Burn is partnering with Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital on June 15th to fundraise for a great cause…to save the lives of children battling cancer and other deadly diseases. You can make a difference!
If you are looking to switch up your workout routine or love yoga, come out to the St. Jude YOGATHON at Burn in Gahanna. This 12 hour long event will feature yoga, spin and boot camp classes that will be sure to get you into great shape and an even better mood.
It’s FREE to sign up and there are great fundraising incentives for participants who raise money for Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital…yoga mats, straps, water bottles to name a few.
Check out the Event Page for more information or Register Here for the YOGATHON at...
1. Columbus Songwriter Sessions (May 17, 10:30 p.m.)
Shadowbox Live, 503 S. Front St.
This showcase of local songwriters features performances by Billy Zenn, Joshua P. James and due Out of Our Tree. http://www.shadowboxlive.org
2. Village Valuables (May 18, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.)
Central Ohio’s biggest neighborhood yard sale returns for another year, promising all manner of unique items as well as visits from the Explorers Club and Schmidt’s Restaurant und Sausage Haus food trucks. http://www.germanvillage.com
3. The Dog & Pony Show (May 18 – June 28)
Hayley Gallery, 270 E. Main St., New Albany
This exhibition features the work of oil painter Nora Daniel, including paintings of – what else?...
On Sunday, May 26th the Columbus Commons will be bringing a welcome sight for the community with lots of free music and another free performance of Shadowbox Live in the Back to the Garden Festival.
This will be the fourth straight year of the insanely successful Shadowbox Live performance which brought in 4,500 spectators in its first year, and nearly 8,000 last year.
“Not a week goes by that our patrons don’t ask if we’ll be performing it again,” says Stev Guyer, Executive Producer and CEO of Shadowbox Live.
With its messages revolving around peace, love and music—Shadowbox Live hits home in the Back to the Garden festival, which aims to bring the community together for a fun, family-friendly endeavor.
Before the performance, artists...
1. Columbus Children’s Choir presents Home Grown II (May 11, 4 p.m.)
Broad Street Presbyterian Church, 760 E. Broad St.
Alumni from the Columbus Children’s Choir’s last 26 years return to central Ohio to be part of this annual concert benefiting the Dr. Sandra Mathias Legacy Fund, a scholarship program for the choir. http://www.columbuschildrenschoir.org
2. Actors’ Theatre presents The Comedy of Errors (May 10-19)
Columbus Commons, 160 S. High St.
Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, best known for its Shakespeare productions at Schiller Park, brings its Shakespeare to another park. Admission to the Bard’s play about two identical twin brothers and the misunderstandings they stumble into is free....