What’s Happening this Weekend in Columbus, OH?

There’s only a few weeks left of the city of Columbus’s summer season, and that means that the festivities are kicking into high gear. Residents all over the Columbus metropolitan area are finding different ways to enjoy the last few months before the weather gets cold. Whether it’s by giving back in the city’s Volunteer Challenge, attending an art exhibit or taking a culinary tour of the area, you will most likely find some way to enjoy what’s left of summertime. After all, before we know it the snow will start to fall!

This weekend, there are several end-of-summer celebrations happening everywhere from the city of Columbus itself to some of the area’s outlying communities. Here are some that will provide a rip-roaring good time for the whole family:

Actors’ Theatre: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Thursday, September 13th-Sunday, September 23rd
Columbus Commons
The Actors’ Theatre’s summer season is coming to an end this month, and you can enjoy its conclusion by viewing one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Featuring life-sized puppets as some of the characters, this production will have a kid-friendly element for families. Admission is free, so it’s a cost-effective way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

Constitution Week Columbus Family Fair
Sunday, September 16th
Amelita Marolo Barn
As of this Sunday, it will have been 225 years since the U.S. Constitution was signed! The city of Upper Arlington wants you to celebrate with the whole community. Between 1:00-5:00pm, enjoy an entertaining afternoon of historical significance. Entertainment includes storytellers, food, games, raffles, Constitutional/American trading cards and the RMT Band. Free admission makes this celebration even more enticing. Celebrate one of the milestones of our nation’s history with the whole family.

Independents’ Day 2012
Saturday, September 15th
Downtown Columbus
Not to be confused with our nation’s birthday, this festival brings together independent artists, musicians, street performers and food trucks for a day of fun. Complete with four stages, all of which will be playing live music, you’ll have a number of indie bands to choose from for your listening pleasure. There’s also a designated kids area, so your youngster will have an awesome time too. Festivities start this Saturday at 11:00am and go until 11:00pm.

Whether you want to celebrate our nation’s history, enjoy some local talent or get lost in a Shakesperean masterpiece, there is something happening this weekend that will allow you to get outside and enjoy what’s left of summer in Columbus. Both the city itself and its surrounding areas have a lot to offer in the way of entertainment, so get out there and enjoy yourself.

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