Columbus Italian Competition returns
The Columbus Italian Competition,introduced by St. John the Baptist Italian Catholic Church, will return Oct. 8-10.
The once-a-year celebration of foodstuff and culture will function kid’s situations, a marching band levels of competition and a host of entertainment including Elio Scaccio with the Rick Brunetto Huge Band, Louis Prima Jr. and the Witnesses, and the San Giovanni Dancers.
And, of program, there will be plenty of foods possibilities.
The pageant will get area at 168 E. Lincoln St. Admission charges $10, or free for children more youthful than 12 with a shelling out grownup.
For extra info, get in touch with 614-294-8259 or take a look at columbusitalian pageant.com.
Dublin searching for applications for $150,000 work
The Dublin Arts Council is trying to get artists to apply to win a $150,000 commission to build a long lasting general public artwork at M.L. “Red” Trabue Nature Reserve in Dublin.
The artwork — to be the most recent get the job done in the Dublin Artwork in Public Areas application, begun in 1988 — is scheduled for set up and dedication in the summer season of 2023.
M.L. “Red” Trabue Mother nature Maintain is named for the Dublin naturalist, journalist and television pioneer. The 90-acre park contains wetlands, biking and strolling paths, a fishing pond, arboretum, wildflower and prairie grasslands and an 1865-period log cabin.
Park entrances are at 6835 Avery-Muirfield Drive and 6566 Article Road in Dublin.
Artist programs are due Sept. 1. Extra data and a downloadable connect with for artists can be uncovered at https://dublinarts.org/information/callforentries/.
Back to School Bash on tap
Community organizations Alicia’s Closet, Fostering Like, and Stitched Collectively will host a Again to Faculty Bash on Aug. 9 to support children affected by foster treatment.
The event is expected to provide just about 300 young children in foster treatment, as very well as these that have been reunified with their households from foster treatment and small children living with relative caregivers.
The event will include things like bounce houses, confront painting, meal and costumed princesses. Each and every little one in attendance will receive a brand name-new backpack with school supplies, a lunchbox and a gift card. People are also suitable to get clothes, footwear, and other children’s objects from Alicia’s Closet.
For supplemental info and to sign up for the occasion, make contact with Alicia’s Closet’s board member Megan Modene at [email protected] or call 614)-398-2203.
— From workers experiences