Fall in Ohio is truly amazing; the leaves are changing, weather is (usually) mild, football season, and there are SO many fun, fall activities. Columbus is home to lots of great farms with fall activities, pumpkin patches, and festivals. From simple pumpkin patches to corn mazes and all-day fun … [Read more...] about Columbus Pumpkin Patches, Farm Activities, Corn Mazes, and More!
Spend the evening in Grandview on the last Saturday of every month in June, July, and August from 5 - 9 p.m., to celebrate the best that Grandview has to offer. The monthly Grandview Hop will feature food, drinks, shopping, music, art, and more along Grandview Avenue between 1st and 5th Avenues. … [Read more...] about Explore Grandview: The Grandview Hop
Farmers Markets around Columbus open in most communities in mid-spring. Farmers' Markets are the best place to buy local produce through the Ohio growing season. You'll get the freshest produce (often picked that morning) at a fair price, and help put money back in the local community. Many … [Read more...] about Over 20 Farmers Markets around Columbus
If you haven't been to the Brewery District lately, it's time to check it out again and see what's new. While you're there, make sure to pick up a Brewery District Loyalty Card, a new keychain tag which offers cardholders discounts at select Brewery District businesses. Just sign up for the … [Read more...] about Save with the Brewery District Loyalty Card
Take a stroll down Indianola each month for an evening social hosted by the independent businesses along Indianola north of Weber Rd. The businesses will stay open later and offer entertainment, specials, and surprises. The Indianola Art Crawls feature street artists, live music and sidewalk sales … [Read more...] about Indianola Stroll and Indianola Art Crawl
You can shop local during the day thanks to the Gay Street Collaborative's BRIGHT idea. The Sunlight Market will take place every third Sunday between April and October from 10am to 3pm, with brunch, shops, and over 50 sidewalk street markets with artisan goods and products. Some of the … [Read more...] about Sunday Sunlight Market on Gay Street
One of the easiest ways to eat locally and have plenty of produce throughout the farming season is to join a CSA. CSA stands for “community-supported agriculture”. Essentially you pay for your “share” of the farm before the season begins, which helps the farms to have the money ahead of time to … [Read more...] about Join a CSA for local produce