COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – There are plenty of activities to get out and enjoy. Some have a price and some are actually free.
THE WHOLE WEEKEND
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Holiday Lights, enjoy the festive lights from November 19 to January 2 from dusk until 11 p.m. Stop to see more than 400,000 LED lights dazzling across the park, powered by the American Electric Power Foundation.
Conservatory Aglow, The open-air Conservatory experience will be dazzling and magical thanks to thousands of lights presented in breathtaking exhibits. Visitor favorites like the Musical Light Show and the Gingerbread House are back to accompany all new light shows, including a reimagined topiary collection. Artists and musicians will perform in the gardens on some evenings to enhance the experience.
Holiday Blooms Holiday Blooms Spend the holidays amidst seasonal horticulture with poinsettias, evergreens and decorations. This year’s highlights are the famous poinsettias and two themed vignettes: Brilliant Blizzard and Joyful Comfort. Outside, in the Grand Mallway and the Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation Children’s Garden, the container gardens are creatively landscaped for winter.
Gingerbread Display, Central Ohio’s culinary creativity is on display for the 15th Annual Gingerbread Competition. This year’s theme is “There is no place like home to vacation”.
Model trains on display When: Saturday December 4, 2021 – All day Where: Meeting rooms A and B (Combined) Choo, choo! Train enthusiasts of all ages will love this display of electric model trains – some hand operated and some app powered. Now Playing: December 4 to 12, 10 am to 6 pm Volunteer conductors from the Columbus area N-Scalers will often be available to answer questions, talk about trains and demonstrate how to operate trains. trains. – This event is part of the library series, Celebrate the Season.
Gifts from the Craftsmen, enjoy holiday shopping at the annual Ohio Craft Museum ‘Gifts from the Craftsmen, which features beautiful jewelry, functional ceramics, cutting boards and cookware, plush animals and puppets whimsical, many ornaments and greeting cards from more than 150 artists.
Santa’s Wonderland in person at Cabela’s and get a free photo taken for your memories on the road.
CBUS Trivia Night, FREE quiz at Play: CBUS every Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in our bar area. Spectators are free, so let our reception desk know that you want to play the quizzes and not participate.
The Christmas Candlelight Tour, the 42nd annual tour – hosted by the Fairfield County Heritage Association – begins at 6 p.m. with a brief musical program at Lancaster First United Methodist Church, 163 E. Wheeling St. Audiences will then be split into four groups . Guides will lead them through the candlelit streets to visit four other churches: the First Presbyterian, the First Lutheran Emanuel, the Lutheran St. Peter and the First English Lutheran.
Music in the Atrium: Tiffany Jones, When: Sunday, December 12, 2021 – 2 p.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Atrium Enjoy the sounds of the season when you visit the library. Relax with unique seasonal music performed by Tiffany Jones, a local harpist. To learn more about Tiffany and her work, visit her website. About the series, this annual Music in the Atrium series features a range of holiday, regional and classical music sponsored by the Friends of the Library. – This event is part of the library series, Celebrate the Season.
2021 Columbus Winter Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show, it’s officially holiday shopping time! This show will feature artists and artisans selling their original handmade items in this beautiful venue! Admission is $ 3 for the public, children under 12 are free! This event will also have a full concession stand at the venue provided site. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the local nonprofit Hope Hollow. This show currently accepts suppliers. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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