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Mark’s Out & About for Aug. 14 – Aug. 17
Mark’s Out & About for Aug. 14 – Aug. 17
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Mark’s “Out There” Pick of the Week

  • Lifestyle Communities Pavilion will host the second annual Columbus Summer Beerfest Friday & Saturday. Over 300 craft beers will be available for sampling. Plus they will feature live music and a collection of food trucks. Admission is $40-$60 and proceeds benefit Animal Rescue Partners and the Columbus Jazz Orchestra. Visit www.ColumbusBeerFest.com for complete details.

Festivals & Expos

  • The Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival returns to Huber Park Friday & Saturday.  The free event shall feature plenty of treats that are all tomato. Visit www.ReynoldsburgTomatoFestival.org for further information.
  • The Columbus Food Truck Festival is at the Columbus Commons Friday & Saturday. The event shall feature over 60 different food trucks, as well as music and entertainment for the kids. This is a free event!  Visit www.ColumbusFoodTruckFest.com for full details.
  • Union County Airport plays host to the 39th annual All Ohio Balloon Festival Friday & Saturday from 2pm-10pm. Over 30 balloon are expected to participate.  Admission is $5. Visit www.AllOhioBalloonFest.com for complete details.
  • The India Festival takes place at the Ohio Expo Center Saturday between 10am-10pm. Admission is $7.00. Visit www.IndiaFestival.org for further details.

Sports

  • The Columbus Crew take on the L.A. Galaxy at Crew Stadium Saturday at 6pm. Tickets start at $23. Visit www.TheCrew.com for more information.

 

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