While Night at the Museum won't return for an in-person event at Ohio History Center for 2021, you can enjoy the fun at home this year! See what happens in a museum after hours...do the exhibits come to life? Find out for yourself as you travel (virtually) through the Ohio History … [Read more...] about Night at the Museum with Ohio History Center
KidsLinked.com puts of fun and free festivals throughout the year all over the city. These KidsFest events are planned with kids and parents in mind! They featured fun and freebies, scavenger hunts, games, and activities for kids, plus vendors with great resources for parents. Past … [Read more...] about Grandview KidsFest and other KidsLinked.com events
Columbia Gas of Ohio's Digger Dog is back with with more fun, more games and more lessons about natural gas safety for your whole family. The newest Dig Into Safety activity sheets teach kids about Stop. Leave. Call., the three most important things to do if you smell the rotten-egg odor of … [Read more...] about Dig Into Safety with Digger Dog and enter to win Dairy Queen gift card!
Learn how to get the most out of your Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, or iPod at Free Apple Workshops through Apple Stores. Workshops are currently held virtually, so you can learn from home (and stay in your pajamas). If you're new to Apple technology or just doing the basics on your Apple … [Read more...] about Get tech savvy: Free Apple Workshops
Join Columbus Metropolitan Library for virtual community conversations to discuss race and social justice in Columbus and in America. Each month features a book, article, movie or music selection to experience and reflect upon together. Moderators and panelists are community leaders … [Read more...] about Speak Up/Speak Out: Conversations About Race with Columbus Metro Library
Even if you aren't Ivy League material, you can take a course at Yale for free! The Science of Well-Being is Yale University's most popular class in the history of the University, with over 2 million people already enrolled. It's the ultimate self-help course, and now is the perfect … [Read more...] about Take Yale’s most popular course for FREE: The Science of Well-Being
You're never too old to be a Buckeye at The Ohio State University! Ohio residents age 60 or older can take FREE courses and connect with The Ohio State University community through the Program 60. Program 60 participants attend courses on an instructor permission, space-available, audit basis … [Read more...] about Program 60 at OSU: Free college courses for seniors
Lose yourself in a great museum this year with FREE admission to one of 1,200 venues in the U.S. during the annual Smithsonian Museum Day Live! on Saturday, September 18, 2021. The 2020 date was cancelled and the 2021 date was moved to fall, so please check links to ensure the 2021 event is still … [Read more...] about Free admission for National Museum Day in September
Want to go on a virtual tour of the Met Museum with a top-tier Columbia art professor? Or learn about the history of the Olympics from a professor at UNC Chapel Hill? How about discover the science of intelligence with Amherst’s top professor of psychology? Now you can whenever the mood strikes … [Read more...] about Get One Month Free Trial! One Day University Now Helps You Get Smarter Year-round With New Online Format.
The Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library is working to improve early childhood literacy across Ohio by joining forces with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to provide books to babies and young children in Ohio. They are providing books to children each month starting at birth in the hopes that … [Read more...] about Free books for kids with The Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library
Maple trees are truly a hero in the tree world. They provide shade in the hot weather, beautiful leaves in the fall, and when winter seems like it'll never end, they can be tapped for their sap. The sap is boiled down to produce maple syrup, and then it's pancake time! Who would think something … [Read more...] about Maple Syrup tours and events in Columbus
The stunning Capitol Square complex sits in the middle of downtown Columbus, surrounded by Broad, High, State, and 3rd Streets. Capitol Square includes the Ohio Statehouse, Senate Building and Atrium. The buildings are working government offices, and monuments to the people and the period during … [Read more...] about Tours and events at Ohio Statehouse, Museum, and Gift Shop
The Kelton House Museum stands as a snapshot of 19th century life and a station on the Underground Railroad. It is a treasure trove of Victoriana, containing everything from lavishly embellished Victorian silverware to unusual items such as a woven-hair brooch worn by Kelton family … [Read more...] about Kelton House Museum: 19th Century Life and Underground Railroad Stop
Shepherd's Corner, a ministry of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, is a 160 acre farm and ecological center in Blacklick, Ohio. In addition to chemical-free gardens, chickens, sheep, a llama, a turf labyrinth, greenhouses, beehives, and a system of walking trails, Shepherd’s Corner offers events … [Read more...] about Maple Syrup Tours at Shepherd’s Corner
February is Black History Month, and there are lots of events and activities honoring the significance and celebrating the achievements by Black Americans in U.S. history. For 2021, most events will be held virtually to keep everyone safe and healthy. 2021 Black History Month The Ohio … [Read more...] about Black History Month events in Columbus