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CENTRAL OHIO EVENTS in MARCH | Provided by DeLena Ciamacco

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You will not want to miss these upcoming
CENTRAL OHIO EVENTS 
 in MARCH!
Arnold Sports Festival | March 1-4, 2018
Ohio Expo Center | 717 E 17th Ave Columbus, OH
Formerly known as the “Arnold Classic,” this annual event is a sports convention that is named after the great Arnold Schwarzenegger. The event has traditionally focused on bodybuilding and weightlifting but also features cheerleading competitions. Bodybuilding and weightlifting competitions are tightly contested and handsomely rewarded, with prize money for some events exceeding $100,000.

Camp Lazarus Maple Syrup Festival | March 3, 2018
Camp Lazarus | 4422 Columbus Pike Delaware, OH

The troops of Camp Lazarus are ready to welcome spring and the delicious maple syrup that’s destined to soak their breakfast. Family fun will be had as the troops learn all about making maple syrup and drizzling the Ohio-favorite onto every dish that graces the table. When supper has been demolished, there’s an afternoon loaded with camp activities including BB-gun shooting, tomahawk throwing and rope-making.

Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show | March 3, 2018
Makoy Event Center | 5462 Center St Hilliard, OH

Whether you’re braving the bitter cold or soaking in the sun’s rays, the Midwestern climate can’t stop you from admiring local artisanship. The Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show visits numerous cities throughout Ohio to showcase original arts and crafts produced by native Ohioans. Dress according to the season (if you wish) and you’ll stumble upon a masterfully created piece that’ll look magnificent at home.
 CD102.5 Day | March 2018 (Official Dates Unconfirmed)
Skully’s Music-Diner | 1151 N High St Columbus, OH
CD102.5, an alternative radio station in Columbus, Ohio, uses means beyond the airwaves to provide the masses with first-rate music. Not only is the station a major proponent for local music, it works hard to bring established artists to the capital city. CD102.5 Day does just that, providing a plethora of performances from choice alternative artists.

Field & Stream and Outdoor Life Deer & Turkey Expos | March 16-18, 2018
Bricker Building Ohio Expo Center | 717 E 17th Ave Columbus, OH

It’s huntin’ season, and that means you need to load up before you head into the woods. The Deer & Turkey Expos take place in numerous cities around the country, giving hunters the latest information in hunting so you won’t go home hungry. Dozens of vendors set up shop to provide helpful tidbits, showcase top-quality hunting gear and much more.
Boardman Park Maple Syrup Festival and Boardman Rotary Pancake Breakfast | March 2018 (Official Dates Unconfirmed)
Boardman Park | 375 Boardman Poland Rd Youngstown, OH
 
If you want artificial ingredients drowned in sugar and premonitions of an early grave, hit up your local grocery chain. If you want pure, high-quality maple syrup from your own backyard, head over to Boardman Township Park. The festival offers 2 weekends’ worth of gorgeous nature, tree-tapping fun and a pancake breakfast smothered in the tastiest maple syrup you won’t find on store shelves.

Columbus International Film + Animation Festival | March 22-24, 2018
Columbus College of Art & Design | 60 Cleveland Ave Columbus, OH

Founded in 1950, the Columbus International Film + Video Festival is the longest-running film festival in the United States. A six-day event held downtown, the festival has honored thousands of films, bestowing on a select few the coveted “Chris Award,” after the city’s namesake, Christopher Columbus. The festival considers itself a frontrunner in the digital revolution within the film industry, encouraging the spread of film across all new forms of media.
Hoopla in the Hills | March 2018 (Official Dates Unconfirmed)
Frontier Ranch | 8836 York Rd SW Pataskala, OH
Hoopla in the Hills is a bluegrass music festival held annually in Pataskala, Ohio. The family-friendly affair offers 72 hours of continuous performances throughout the four-day, three-night event. The festival features a covered outdoor pavilion, a wide variety of food and craft vendors and an art gallery as well as a kid’s area with family camping options.

OSU African American Heritage Festival | March 30 – April 7, 2018
The Ohio Union and Frank W. Hale Black Cultural Center | 1739 North High St Columbus, OH

Hosted annually at Ohio State University, the African American Heritage Festival is a celebration of African American culture on campus and throughout Columbus.The weeklong event evolved from the campus block parties of the 1970’s. The central theme of the festival is derived from the Swahili word “heshima,” meaning respect, as well as the phrase “it takes an entire village.” Some attractions offered include gospel and poetry showcases as well as seminars discussing cultural issues.

 

 

 

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