Weekend Roundup {3/28 – 3/30}

{alicia}

You know how it’s supposed to be spring? (I know, hilarious joke, Mother Nature.) Although the weather is going to be spotty, let’s not allow it to affect our weekend. Here is a list of things to do to take your mind off winter’s unyielding grip. Aren’t you just raring to get out, like this little guy?
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Friday
Take a page out of Indy’s book and get muddy at the Scioto Audobon Metropark. Today and tomorrow’s rain will surely muck up the dog park so your four-legged friends can get good and filthy. We’ve got a blog post in the works to show you just how much fun it is!

The Bruce Munro: Light exhibit at Franklin Park Conservatory closes on Sunday, so get out there if you haven’t yet! {open nightly}

The last Friday of every month, COSI offers a special family value pass from 5p-9p {$10.95 for non-members}. Make sure to visit the 50 Years of COSI exhibit–March 29 is the official anniversary. And don’t forget they are currently hosting the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes {$18.95 for the value pass for non-members}!

Saturday

Visit the Made Local Market at the Bridgewater Banquet Center in Powell from 9a-4p. Free admission, over 60 vendors, and a good time for all.

Take in a movie at the Drexel {I suggest The Grand Budapest Hotel}. Showtimes can be found here.

If you’ve already experienced the Light exhibit at FPC, check out Blooms & Butterflies. They take flight at 1p and 3p, and it is not to be missed!

Sunday
If you fancy a little culture, the Columbus Museum of Art offers free admission on Sundays. Make sure to check out the Toulouse-Lautrec exhibit which will run through May 18.

CATCO is putting on Steel Magnolia’s at the Riffe Center. The Sunday show is from 2p-4p, and tickets run $11.50-$45.

Now, you know I’m an advocate of brunch, so here are some suggestions for your weekend consumption:

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2 thoughts on “Weekend Roundup {3/28 – 3/30}

  1. Pingback: Scioto Audobon Metropark | Wander & Whine

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