5 Fun Things to do in ohio - april 20141

5 Fun Things To Do In Ohio – April 2014 – Springtime is a great time in Columbus, Ohio, and there is so much the city has to offer at this time of year for residents and visitors alike. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly activity or something to do with a group of friends, you will find what you’re looking for in the area. Here are five fun things you can do in Columbus this month.


An Evening With Artist David Black

When: April 3, 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Admission: Free

Grab a group of friends and head out to the Grandview Heights Public Library. Former OSU professor, David Black, is very well-known for his public sculptures. Listen in as he discusses his intriguing book about his passion, titled Urban Sculpture as Proto-Architecture.


31st Annual Flute Festival

When: April 5

Admission: $20

If you’re looking for a unique way to spend your date night out, grab your significant other and make your way out to the Weigel Hall Auditorium in Columbus for a musically magical evening you won’t soon forget.


Poetry Workshop With Poet Katie Daley

When: April 10, 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Admission: Free

Get your creative juices flowing and attend the poetry workshop with Katie Daley. Make your way out to the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery to spend the evening at an interactive workshop with like-minded individuals.


Broadway in Columbus: The Addams Family

When: April 8 – 13

Admission: Varies

Whether you want to bring the whole family, group of friends or spend the evening with your significant other, head out to the Palace Theatre for an evening of Addam’s Family fun. This musical comedy will leave you laughing uncontrollably with its cast and spook-tacular fun.


Family Fun – School’s Out

When: April 18

Admission: $6 – $12

Grab the kids and make your way out to the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens as the Columbus Zoo presents several animals. You and your children will have the opportunity to learn about each of the animals and how they live in their natural habitat.


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