Facebook Small Business Grants Program is now accepting applications to award cash grants and ad credits to qualifying small business in and around Columbus and Franklin County. Up to 30,000 eligible small businesses in more than 30 countries will be able to receive the grant totaling $100M. … [Read more...] about Facebook Small Business Grants for Columbus businesses
Anyone else missing the Columbus Zoo lately? Springtime is such an amazing time to visit the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, so its a huge loss to our community while its temporarily closed. While you can't visit the animals in person, you can check out the many Columbus Zoo Virtual programs to get your … [Read more...] about Columbus Zoo Virtual Adventures, Columbus Zoo School, and more!
The Drive in Concerts at Westland Mall are BACK this Spring and Summer with a musically diverse line-up of both national and local acts. This socially distant live music experience brings you concerts in a safe way, until we can enjoy them the way we remember! Westland Drive In Experience If … [Read more...] about The Drive in Concert Series at Westland Mall
Even though indoor farmers markets have closed, you can still get the local produce, baked goods, meat, culinary goods, home products, and more that you'd find at the markets. Instead of browsing at the market, you'll browse online for pre-order farmers market goods from vendors offering pickup and … [Read more...] about Pre-order Farmers Markets goods from vendors offering pickup/delivery
Your kids are home with you for at least another month. You can do this! Make a (loose) schedule, do schoolwork, get outside, play board games, make crafts and art, cook together.... and when you run out of ideas or need a break, go virtual with live streams for kids! Instead of letting your kids … [Read more...] about Updated! Virtual tours, on demand videos and live streams for kids
Gyms are opening up, but there will be lots of restrictions in place for awhile, including reduced capacity, changes to group fitness, and more tba. Outdoor or at home workouts may still be your best option until things get back to normal. I'm a gym person. Whether working out on my own, or going … [Read more...] about Free at home workout options for all
Teaching kids at home can be hard - especially if you are also working at home and trying to maintain some level of cleanliness in your household. But you can do this! There are so many free educational resources to help! Most schools have prepared work for students to complete at home. That … [Read more...] about Updated: Fun and Free Educational Resources for Kids
According to the IRS, they have sent out the first wave of economic impact payments on Saturday, April 12. When can you expect your stimulus check, and how much will it be? The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law on March 27, 2020, and includes a … [Read more...] about Where is my stimulus check? Find out when to expect it.
Everyone is stuck at home, and things are getting boring. Local businesses are boxing up some fun and creativity with take and make kits featuring sweets and treats, food, arts and crafts, and even beauty options! We need local businesses as much as they need us, so if you are looking for … [Read more...] about DIY Take and Make Kits in Columbus
All you can eat seats are not available for 2021. They will return for 2022! Find all the current game day promotions at this link! https://www.columbusonthecheap.com/columbus-clippers-games-and-promotions/ Opening day at Huntington Park for the Columbus Clippers 2019 season is on Thursday, … [Read more...] about Columbus Clippers: All you can eat seats $25
With school being cancelled through at least April 30, many families who relied on free or reduced breakfast and lunch for their kids at school struggle to provide extra meals for their kids. In addition, many families are dealing with job lose or reduction of hours due to closure of non-essential … [Read more...] about Updated: Schools and restaurants offering free lunch for kids
Sometimes you just want a drink and don't want to leave the house. (Good call - stay at home!) You've been able to buy beer and wine from restaurants during pickup, and have beer and wine delivered to your home directly from select breweries and wineries. However starting on April 7, the Ohio Liquor … [Read more...] about Cocktails to go and for delivery in Ohio from restaurants
OSU Urban Arts Space is hosting Crafternoons!, crafty art sessions for adults, on one Saturday per month. The next class will be on Saturday, March 21 from 1 - 2:30 p.m. you'll enjoy innovative and crafty art projects. Project tba. Crafternoons is free and open to all over age … [Read more...] about Crafternoons at OSU Urban Arts Space
Hopefully you're staying at home as much as possible, unless you are essential at work (and if you are essential...thank you!!). Grocery shopping can be tricky, and we still recommend curbside pickup and grocery delivery versus going into the store if at all possible - and limiting your orders to … [Read more...] about Ways to get cocktails, beer, and wine delivery in Columbus
TBA for 2022 Enjoy some peace out in nature with free Yoga in the Park on the second Saturday of the month at 11:30 a.m. at Battelle Darby Creek at the Ranger Station. This class is appropriate for teens, adults, and seniors, and all levels – participants … [Read more...] about Free Yoga in the Park at Battelle Darby Creek