Features - Westerville

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Photo courtesy of Alpha Group Delaware Inc.

Forever Young: Active senior citizens are more than community members eager to get involved; their wisdom and life skills can be vital in aiding others more



HeART Concord Art Show. Photo courtesy of Concord Counseling

The Senior Link program helps to prevent depression and isolation so that seniors can remain in their homes more



Photos courtesy of the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce

2018 is marking the 45th anniversary of the Westerville Music and Arts Festival and the 50th anniversary of the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce, this year’s festival will have more than 150 artists, dozen-plus food trucks and a special concert. more


There aren’t many celebrations highlighting family pets, but in Pickerington, there is a whole weekend dedicated to it. more


This year, the Westerville Art League celebrates its 60-year anniversary with an exhibition that shows the works of current league artists in conjunction with historical artifacts of their predecessors. more


Learn about fun camps that focus on sports, nature and science. more


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Photo courtesy of Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce

Taking Care of Business: When the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce was incorporated on Dec. 5, 1967, there were five signatures on the agreement more



Photos courtesy of Westerville Public Library and Erik Maasch

The Write Stuff: When documentarian Ken Burns visited Westerville in 2011 to shoot a segment on Prohibition, it only made sense that he would come to the Westerville Public Library more



Photo courtesy of Vickie Muse

In 1947, a small group of Westerville residents came together with a simple goal of discussing their shared love of gardening. Soon enough, the idea became the Westerville Garden Club. Now in it's 70th year, read how the club has thrived for so long. more



Photo courtesy of City of Westerville

A lot of people have little to no contact with the people living next door. But the city of Westerville is working to change this trend by naming October Neighbor2Neighbor month. more


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Photo courtesy of Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce

The biggest addition to the 2017 Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce Music and Arts Festival will ensure the 44th annual event has more music than ever before more



Photo courtesy of Hoover Sailing Club

Whatever Floats Your Boat: The Hoover Sailing Club has been racing across the reservoir and into the hearts of the community for almost 55 years more



Photo courtesy of Marburn Academy

Here We Logo Again: To go along with the brand-new gym in its brand-new school, Marburn Academy wanted a brand-new spirit logo to put in the center of the hardwood floor more



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Follow the Leader: Leaders are not always the loudest people in the room or those who crave the limelight more


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Photos courtesy of Westerville City Schools and Concord Counseling Services

Take it Easel: The Westerville Education Foundation’s newest fundraising endeavor is taking on a decidedly artistic bent. more



Photo courtesy of the Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA

Give Peace a Chance: Westerville Tai Chi group helping equalize mind, body and spirit more


Double Vision: Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast Celebration, Westerville Community Bowl-A-Thon more


Fare Thee Well: As part of the program, volunteers gather bags of food for students whose families struggle to put meals on the table on the weekends more


Deck the Rails: For decades, one Westerville family has taken on the responsibility of ensuring the trains run on time more


Horse Sense: New equine-centered curriculum at Otterbein aims to help individuals with disabilities more


Disney's Aladdin in Columbus

Oct. 24-Nov. 4 at the Ohio Theatre

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