Community Day Sept. 29
An upcoming Community Day at the Ohio History Center and Ohio Village will feature special events plus the weekend premiere of a new play, A Place to Remember.
New Harvest Café & Urban Arts Center is partnering with the Ohio Historical Society for Community Day Saturday, Sept. 29, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Ohio History Center and Ohio Village in Columbus.
Features Special Activities and Events
Community Day events are free with Ohio History Center museum admission, which is $10/adult; $9/senior (age 60+); $5/youth (ages 6-12); and Free/child age 5 and under or Ohio Historical Society member. Enjoy half-price admission to the Ohio History Center for Community Day on Sept. 29 with half-price vouchers available at the following Columbus Metropolitan Library locations: Linden, Whetstone, Northside, Martin Luther King and Northern Lights.
Play Premieres Sept. 28-30
Performances are Friday, Sept. 28, and Saturday, Sept. 29, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 30, at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20 ($15/Ohio Historical Society member). Residents of zip code 43203 -- the King-Lincoln District -- can attend the 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, performance for $10. Tickets are available now at New Harvest Urban Arts Center, the Ohio History Center and online at aplacetoremember.eventbrite.com.
Benefit Patron Reception Sept. 29
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A Columbus Bicentennial Program
The Ohio Historical Society received a $1,000 grant for the Community Day event from the Franklin County Neighborhood Arts Program. Administered by the Greater Columbus Arts Council and made possible by support from the Franklin County Board of Commissioners and Ashland, Inc., the Franklin County Neighborhood Arts Program awards grants three times a year to help organizations across the county improve quality and increase participation in their public arts projects.