Things To Do Near New Albany, Ohio – July 2014

 

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Things To Do Near New Albany, Ohio – July 2014 – Can you believe it already July? What are your plans for the 4th? Here are some fun events in Central Ohio. Have you been to any of these?

Doran’s Farm Market

When: Check the website for updates!

Where: 5462 Babbitt Rd. New Albany, Ohio  43054

614-855-3885

Details: Enjoy great fresh produce at this farm market! Including pick-your-own during certain times of the year!

 

Red White and Boom

When: July 3, 2014 12-11pm

Where: Downtown Columbus

Details: Celebrate the Fourth of July downtown! Enjoy a children’s park, taste of boom, a parade, and great vendors. Top it all off with one of the best firework shows around at 10pm!

 

Jazz & Rib Fest

When: July 18,19,20 Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Sunday, 11 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Where: Directions and Parking

Details: Enjoy great jazz music and amazing ribs!

 

July Fourth Parade

When: July 4, 2014 10:30am-11:30am

Where: New Albany!

Details:  Come join us for the annual New Albany 4th of July Parade. Our theme for 2014 is: Celebrating a Healthy New Albany! Phil Heit will be the Grand Marshall. Come see the floats, tractors, Disney characters, and much more!

 

Fireworks and Festival

When: July 4, 2014 5pm

Details: This year’s festival is a community picnic! Bring the family and enjoy the Fourth! At 6:30pm a community panoramic picture will be taken, a tradition revived from 100 years ago. Listen to local music and buy food from local vendors. Fireworks begin at 10pm!

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