Jacob Gifford's Post Archives

Christmas Kickoff

Join your friends, neighbors, and the rest of the Obetz community on Saturday, December 9th at the Village’s annual Christmas Kickoff in Lancaster Park. The park will open at 4:30 PM and the tree lighting will take place at dark. There will be live reindeer, cookies and hot chocolate, Santa procession, pictures with Santa, ice sculptors, and a carousel! Continue reading…

Tips and Reminders for Managing Fallen Leaves

Thank you to the Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District for this information – www.franklinswcd.org   Fall officially arrived on September 22nd.  Many of us are enjoying the developing display of autumn leaves and football.  Autumn also brings a less pleasant chore, dealing with fallen leaves. Instead of raking leaves consider mulching them using your mower.  Deep Continue reading…

Craft Class at the OCC – Tuesday, November 28th

Tuesday, November 28th at 6:00 PM Paint paver blocks with Shelly Palm and GG Tiller of Skid Creations & More Pick from a few different designs or create your own $20 cash or check at the door All supplies are included Contact Judy to register or for more details at 614-491-4546 or judyh@obetz.oh.us  

String Art Class at the OCC – Thursday, January 25th

Thursday, January 25th at 6:00 PM All supplies are included with the $20 fee. We ask that you bring your own hammer. Whitney Hazley of H Design will guide you through the process of creating this “Dragonfly” string art project. Register by calling 614-491-4546 or email judyh@obetz.oh.us artbywdesigns.com  

Dixon Quarry Trout Restock

On 11/6, Dixon Quarry had its annual trout restock. So, if you’re looking to catch some fish at Dixon, there’s no better time than now! Remember, all fishing in Obetz is catch and release.

Santa’s Workshop at the OCC – 11/21

Santa’s Workshop – Hosted by Mrs. Claus   The event has limited space so register quickly! Registrations will be accepted until November 15th or until the event is full, whichever occurs first. The event is limited to kids from 4 to 14 years of age. Walk-ins not accepted. You must be registered to participate.    Continue reading…