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🗓 Coming soon
Every time we look around, it seems like something new is popping up in Columbus and today, we’re rounding up a few things coming soon to CBUS.
Rumpke Recycling Facility | 1178 Joyce Ave. | Opening 2024 | The waste management company broke ground on the largest recycling facility in North America this winter.
Esco Bar & Restaurant | 31 E. Gay St. | Opening spring 2023 | A new late night spot hits downtown + celebrates its grand opening with co-owner 2 Chainz on Friday, March 24.
Nocterra Brewing | 400 W. Whittier St. | TBD | James Knott, director of sales + marketing, confirmed with CBUStoday that a groundbreaking is in the works in the near future inside the Scioto Audubon Metro Park.
Award Show Trivia | Tuesday, March 14 | 6:30-9:30 p.m. | Land-Grant Brewing Co., 424 W. Town St., Franklinton | Create a team and flex your knowledge on ceremonies like the Oscars or Grammys.
Wednesday, March 15
Hoppy Spring | Wednesday, March 15 | 3-5 p.m. | Pinot’s Palette, 691 N. High St. Ste. 101, Short North | $35 | Paint a spring bunny with guidance and supplies from an expert.
Thursday, March 16
Columbus International Auto Show | Thursday, March 16-Sunday, March 19 | Times vary | Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., Columbus | $6-$12 | Browse a variety of high class cars from manufacturers like Subaru and Toyota.
Blippi: The Wonderful Tour | Thursday, March 16 | 6:30 p.m. | The Wexner Center for the Arts, 1871 N. High St., Campus | $29.75-$59.75 | Kids + families are invited to this childlike show that features bright lights and other effects.
Friday, March 17
“Friends” Trivia | Friday, March 17 | 8-11 p.m. | Sotto Terra, 610 Neil Ave., Columbus | $10 | Test your knowledge on Rachel, Ross, Chandler, and the rest of the cast.
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Jimmy Eat World, a band known for hits like “The Middle,” will preform at KEMBA Live! on Saturday, Aug. 19 alongside special guest Manchester Orchestra. Tickets go on sale Thursday, March 18. 🎟
Invenergy, a national energy company, announced plans to invest$600 million in Pataskala as it aims to create one of the biggest solar panel manufacturing facilities in the US. According to estimations, this could bring 850 new jobs to central Ohio + operations should begin near the end of 2023. ⚡️ (Columbus Business First)
Treaty Bear, a new ice cream shop in the Short North, is now open at 983 N. High St. Stop by to find a wide selection of flavors + different ways to enjoy your treat including rolled ice cream, milkshakes, and even Dippin’ Dots.🍦 (614now)
Mount Carmelbegan construction on its new Dublin expansion as the local healthcare provider looks to add a 30-bed hospital with office space in Bridge Park. This new 35+ acre site marks the first time Mount Carmel has added a new location since 2006. 🏥 (NBC4)
The Columbus Museum of Art will welcome in Brooke A. Minto as its newest executive director and CEO on Monday, May 15. Brooke brings with her 20 years of experience in the art world, including spending time with the Black Trustee Alliance for Art Museums in New York. 🎨
Is your child’s elementary school among the top rated in the state? Find out here with this list from Stacker that features multiple Columbus school districts, including Olentangy Local Schools. 🎓 (NBC4)
Getting adjusted to daylight saving time? Take a sip from one of our coffee partners. Try Midnight Oil from Blanchard’s Coffee or Organic Matcha from Matcha Nude. We’re already feeling refreshed. ☕
Summer travel is just around the corner. On our radar: this mid-century modern stay in Martha’s Vineyard. For something a little more tropical, our pick is this seaside cottage in St. John. If international travel is calling your name, this charming home along the French Riviera is for you.*
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