Apple Butter Festival,
The Westerville Lions Club invites you for
some apple butter, games, crafts and family fun this Sunday
on the grounds of McVay Elementary.
The Ned Mosher Apple Butter Festival will
run from 1-5pm at the 1860s log cabin at 270 S. Hempstead
Rd. This free event will feature apple butter making and
tasting, old fashioned grames and crafts and banjo music
Pulled pork sandwiches, apple sauce, apple
cider and apple butter will be available for a donation.
Profits will be used for cabin repairs. The event is being
sponsored by A Gal Named Cinda Lou retro shop in Uptown
Open Houses Planned
Division of Fire invites you to attend the 2015 Fire
Prevention Week Open House, which will promote this year's
Fire Prevention Week theme of "Hear the Beep Where You
Sleep. Every Bedroom Needs a Working Smoke Alarm!"
All three fire
stations, Station 11, 400 W. Main St.; Station 112, 727 E.
Schrock Rd. and Station 113, 355 N. Spring St. will be open
from 1-4pm on Sunday, October 4th.
from the Westerville Electric Division, Mt. Carmel St.
Ann's, OhioHealth and the Citizen's Auxiliary Resource Team
will provide visitors with a fun and interactive educational
experience. The "Safety Bunch" puppet show and Jaws-of-Life
vehicle extrication demonstration will take place at Fire
Station 111. Click
to view a full list of planned activities at all three fire
Make Reservations For Hanby
The Hanby House will start
taking reservation October 12th for Picture an Old Fashioned
The Parlor will be decorated for Christmas and a selection
of period clothes will be available on November 14. With the
$40 sitting fee, your portraits will be saved on a flash
drive and are yours to use or print however you like.
Appointments are suggested, but walk-ins are accepted. To
make reservation started October 12th, call 614-891-6289 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information,
Inniswood is Growing!
You Can Help!
Plans for construction are underway for
the new Inniswood Greenhouse Multipurpose Center at the
Inniswood Metro Gardens. Dottie BeVier, a long-time
volunteer at Inniswood left a generous legacy to the
Gardens, with the request that a mixed use facility be built
within two years. Franklin County Metro Parks will cover the
cost of the greenhouse, while Dottie’s contribution and
additional donations will be used for the building itself.
Fundraising for this project is being
led by the Inniswood Garden Society, along with Honorary
Chairperson, former First Lady of Ohio, Hope Taft. Taft has
worked with Inniswood for the past 12 years to create a
formal network of Ohio’s botanical gardens, and is
particularly passionate about this project due to the
benefits it will provide the community.
The Greenhouse multipurpose center will
provide much needed work space for staff and volunteers,
meeting space for garden clubs and plant societies, along
with rooms for several public education programs.
For more information on how to donate
to the Inniswood Greenhouse Multipurpose Center, call