Tri-Village March 2017


Photo courtesy of Grandview Heights Public Library

From events surrounding arts and entertainment to events at local libraries, there is a lot to do in the Tri-Village area this Spring! more



Photo courtesy of City of Upper Arlington

The Innovation Game: The Research and Design Lab was crafted during the 2015-16 school year when a group of teachers and administrators came together with Battelle for Kids to discuss ways to not only celebrate innovation in the community. more



Photo courtesy of the Village of Marble Cliff

Moving Up: Starting in late spring, Marble Cliff will continue to build upon one of the eight strategic priorities set by Village Council in its 2015 Strategic Plan. more


Somewhere That’s Green: After a grand renovation, the Grandview Heights Municipal Pool will offer a larger facility with more amenities and a touch of history. more



Photo courtesy of Jeffrey S. Hall Photography

Jurassic Embark: Head of the firm’s Securities Litigation and Regulation Practice Group, Concilla has been with the company for 32 years. He likes to fly fish on Lake Erie and cook. Oh, and he also likes to dig up dinosaur fossils. more


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Photo courtesy of Nicholson Builders

Weathering the Elements: Marcia Thomas contracted Nicholson Builders to help her solve two problems that the front porch presented: provide protection from the weather, and accent the front of the home to distinguish the main entrance. more



Photo courtesy of Upper Arlington City Schools

When in Scotland: Since the late 1990s, students at Upper Arlington High School have traveled to Upper Arlington’s Scottish sister city, St. Andrews, as part of a cultural exchange program. Over the years, the program has grown substantially. more



Photo courtesy of Dennis Concilla

Taste of New Orleans: Dennis Concilla has a lot of titles: lawyer, amateur paleontologist, fly fisherman and chef. more


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Photo courtesy of Upper Arlington High School

Pathways to Performance: Students at Upper Arlington High School drawn to the dramatic arts have many ways in which to start their journey to the stage. more


The Upper Arlington Public Library, senior center, Lions Club and Historical Society more


Suggested books courtesy of the Upper Arlington Public Libray more


The A List - Arts & Entertainment