Central Ohio has so much to offer at this time of year. Whether you’re looking for a way to soak up the spring sunshine, or for a way to relax as the weather gets warmer, you can definitely find it in Central Ohio. Here are five things going on near you this month.
When: April 1
Bring the whole entire family out to the Grandview Heights Public Library for the Amazing Rakes! This family-friendly event is part of the Music in the Atrium concert series and is an excellent folk and roots covers with six-piece acoustic band.
When: April 3
Make your way out to the Grandview Public Library with your closest friends or significant others for an evening with David Black. Internationally recognized for his public sculptures, David Black is a former OSU professor who will be talking about his intriguing book – Urban Sculpture as Proto-Architecture.
When: April 6
Admission: $11 – $17
Spend your next date-night out at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts in New Albany for a symphony experience unlike any other. Jackie Parker, an internationally acclaimed pianist will act as the soloist and tour guide on a stunning musical journey.
When: April 6
Grab the whole family and a group of friends, and head out to Held at the Westerville South High School. You will have the opportunity to experience the largest interdisciplinary festival in Columbus, Ohio.
When: April 10
If you’re looking for a different way to spend a date-night out or you’re just looking to have a casual night out with friends, head out to the Grandview Public Library for a poetry reading from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. Grandview resident and poet David Hetzler will share musings and poetry, and it is sure to be a unique experience for all.
For more information on all of the fun and exciting things Central Ohio has to offer this month, visit here.