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Friday, October 27, 2017
Simply Living Community Update Newsletter: Celebrate Local!
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  • quick takesListen Now to Victoria Parks announce Simply Living's annual fundraiser at the beautiful High Line Car House! Tickets are $50 and include delicious food by Two Caterers, music by Anna & the Consequences membership in Simply Living + a panel of outstanding local food innovators! Meet and hear from Chef and author Del Sroufe of the Wellness Forum, Paula Penn Nabrit, Community Garden innovator in an east side food desert, and Nohal Alshahal of the A&R Creative Group - think Crest Gastropub, Alchemy, Trism, and more local, sustainable food enterprises!  We call the event:
                   Savor + Learn Nov 9, 5:30 - 8:30 pm. Get Tix Now!

    Book Club Update! 
    We selected the small but powerful book, Principles of a Pluralist Commonwealth, by Gar Alperovitz, co-chair of the Next System project. You can read it online HERE, and a limited number of print copies are available free while they last. The first meeting will be in January. Date, location, and time will be announced soon. Interested? Contact Chuck.Lynd@gmail.com or call 614-354-6172.

    Fri-Sun Nov 10-12  2017 Wellness Forum Health Annual Symposium
    on InforMED Medical Decision-Making, Co-sponsored by Dr. Peter Breggin’s Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy. Doubletree Hotel. Details HERE.

    100+ New Services Listed on Care & Share Time Bank 
    Next Orientation is Monday, November 13, See Website HERE


    A Fond Farewell to Boline Apothecary - but also future plans HERE!
     
SEE the Arts & Culture section for wonderful local entertainment opportunities.
Food is not just fuel. Food is about family, food is about community, food is about identity. And we nourish all those things when we eat well.
~ Michael Pollan
GIFT TO BE SIMPLE 2017THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9
5:30 - 8:30 PM
SIMPLY LIVING:
GIFT TO BE SIMPLE 2017

HIGH LINE CAR HOUSE
550 SOUTH HIGH ST COLUMBUS 43215
$50 Includes Annual Membership!
Gift to Be Simple is Simply Living's premier annual fundraiser, but it is more than that. It is an opportunity to learn, to share and to enjoy healthy, quality food together. A variety of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free appetizers and desserts will be provided by Two Caterers, and we'll have a cash bar. 
This year's theme of "Savor + Learn From Central Ohio Food Innovators" centers on a panel discussion featuring Chef Del Sroufe, Paula Penn-Nabrit, and A&R Creative Group. Our panel moderator will be Wolf Starr. Here are brief introductions of each panelist:
Chef Del Sroufe's cooking career began at age 8 and continues today as Executive Chef at the Wellness Forum. His innovative, wellness cooking style has culminated in Forks Over Knives, a NY Times Bestseller, Better Than Vegan, and The China Study Quick and Easy Cookbook. He is a sought after keynote speaker for a variety events and he travels widely throughout the US.
Paula Penn-Nabrit's primary career has been as a college professor focused on business ethics and she is founder of PN&A, a business management consulting firm that has taken her throughout the US, Canada and Europe. After the death of her husband Charles in 2013, Paula started The Charles Madison Nabrit Memorial Garden located in an economically depressed neighborhood of a food desert. It is primarily designed as a teaching and learning center for the children, a place for them to learn about specific foods, harvest them, and take them home to enjoy. They are committed to holistic health by using organic soil, untreated lumber, non-GMO seeds, and organic homemade pesticides.
She is the author of several books, including The Power of a Virtuous WomanMorning by MorningAs For Me and My HouseBusiness Ethics & Diversity, and SANKOFA
A & R Creative Group is a dynamic, family owned restaurant group that both own and operate a strong and diverse group of establishments in Columbus, including The Crest Gastropubs, Alchemy Juice Bar + Cafe, and The Market IV, to name a few.
The mission of our work is to foster local commerce by contributing to the local economy & food systems through strategic partnerships, innovative community-driven businesses, and environmentally sustainable practices.
From all of us at Simply Living: We look forward to seeing you at this year's Gift to be Simple and thanks for your support!
collage of images on permaculture farmsTUESDAY NOVEMBER 14
7 - 9 PM
INHABIT: A PERMACULTURE PERSPECTIVE
GATEWAY FILM CENTER
1550 NORTH HIGH ST COLUMBUS 43201
$5 Includes Free Popcorn!

Inhabit has been called the best film about permaculture ever made.   The documentary introduces permaculture, a design method that offers an ecological lens for solving issues related to agriculture, economics, governance, and more. The film asks the question: What if we could meet human needs while increasing the health and well-being of our planet? Learn about projects and solutions in the Midwest and discover what’s possible for the future. Can permaculture methods restore our monocropped soils?  Can permaculture methods be applied to vegan farms? Can permaculture methods actually draw down carbon (sequestration) from the atmosphere and store it in soils enough to slow and even reverse climate change? Panel of experts will answer questions following the screening. 

The text only listing is being revised to include only weekly and monthly meditation, yoga, poetry, and other ongoing events.
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Simply Living Sustainable U organizes workshops/classes in Central Ohio that train and educate people about sustainability topics and practices including:
Food • Urban Homesteading • Health and Wellness • Energy Solutions
Green Building  • Finance • Transportation • Economics
. . . gentleness is stronger than severity, water is stronger than rock, love is stronger than force. ~ Hermann Hesse
Sat Oct 28 Contemplative Walk in Nature at Highbanks Metro Park 9 am - 3 pm
     Australian aborigines go on Walkabout, Native Americans fast on vision quests, and Celts have walked the hills of Scotland. All found guidance, healing, inspiration and connection with soul on their walks. 
     Have you ever felt something from deep within you, a longing, a call to know your true self? A desire to align yourself with the needs of the world? Perhaps you are at crossroads, a transition, a place of major decision making, or sensing a new rhythm .What thoughts, feelings, hopes, fears, intentions come to you? How are they confirmed by the natural world?  
     This is an invitation to listen, explore your relationship to nature and your own life’s transitions and journey in a natural setting. We find life revealing more to us when we make room for slowing down, deep listening, using curiosity through all our senses, reflection and receiving. It can also be healing for the forest, desert, rivers or whatever environment you are in. Come join with us in a half day medicine walk, where we will bring a question/s, spend time outdoors and come back together in community to share and deeply listen to hear our own medicine story reflected back to us by the leaders of the group. Love Donation. See the full details and contact information in the brochure HERE.
photo of janice bachmanTHuRSDAY EVENINGS
NOVEMBER 2, 9, 16
6:30 - 8 PM
DISCOVERING THE GIFT OF THE SHADOW WITH JANICE BACHMAN
FIRST COMMUNITY CHURCH
CAMBRIDGE BLVD - WICKER ROOM

JACO Members  $ 60 - 4 CEUs free;
Not Yet Members: $ 70 - $15 for 4 CEUs 
Jung saw the shadow as a treasure hidden in a field, a potential source of richness. Join Janice and fellow Jungians to explore:•   The shadow and how it is formed •  The shadow in ourselves, our relationships, our work •  What it means to embrace our shadow and  •  Related reading: ‘Owning Your Own Shadow’ by Robert Johnson.  Sponsored by the Jung Association of Central Ohio (JACO). Seating is limited to 25; register early. Online: <www.jungcentralohio.org> or Call 614.291.8050 to register with the JACO office. Click on the flyer for full detais about the workshops. 

FERMENTED VEGGIES IN JARSTHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9
6:30 - 8:30 PM 
FERMENTED VEGGIES MADE EASY:
BY ANDY REED OF KRAZY KRAUT
CITY FOLKS FARM SHOP
4760 N HIGH ST IN CLINTONVILLE 43214
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED HERE 
$45 OR 2/$80

Learn how to put up all those extra veggies from your garden or farm market before the frost or at any time of year(!) in the ancient pre-refrigeration technology of brine lacto-fermentation. We will learn the easy simple basics of making raw fermented krauts. We will discuss the values of fermented foods in our diets and learn to make a kraut full of amazing health benefits from cancer fighting anti-oxidants, immunity enhancing probiotic microbes, and intestinal-healing vitamins and minerals. The Road to Health is Paved with Good Intestines! In this class we will prepare veggies to ferment at home using the jar method. This class will include one quart of kraut ready-to-ferment to take home ($17 value) PLEASE BRING A WIDE MOUTH QUART JAR or there will be jars for purchase if you forget. Contact: Andy Reed (614-601-2439 or windriveracupuncture@gmail.com) Andy Reed is senior owner at Krazy Kraut, a local organic worker-owned fermented foods business. Register HERE or call 614-946-5553, or email rebecca@cityfolksfarmshop.com

Were the walls of our meat industry to become transparent, literally or even figuratively, we would not long continue to raise, kill, and eat animals the way we do.~ Michael Pollan
Happy Buddha statueTHURSDAY NOVEMBER 9
7 - 9 PM
BLASTING BELLY FAT 
ADRIENNE RAIMO, WELLNESS COACH

BOLINE APOTHECARY
$45. Venue will be revealed at registration
Unwanted belly fat is a common complaint among the sexes as well as specifically for women after giving birth or moving into menopause. The promotions and infomercials on various belly fat products leave much to be desired and lead to body shaming instead of focusing on health. In this interactive lecture with Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist & Columbia-University Certified Health Coach, we will be learning more about the factors leading to weight gain in this area as well as safe and effective steps you can take to improve body composition and overall health! Health at every size will be emphasized along with talking about hormones, particularly for post-menopausal women and how to improve body composition in a healthy way in this class. Pre-registration is necessary.
photo of mark winbornFRIDAY, DECEMBER 1  LECTURE, LIVE MUSIC 
Evoking Soul through the Deep Blues
7 - 9 PM
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2   WORKSHOP

Revealing the Metaphorical Mind
9 AM - 1:15 PM
MAPPING THE LANGUAGES OF THE SOUL 
MARK WINBORN

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES
1331 EDGEHILL RD GRANDVIEW 43212 
Fees vary. Register HERE
Join us for a weekend, archetypal journey using music of deep blues and metaphors of everyday life for… Mapping the Languages of the Soul. Mark Winborn, a clinical psychologist and Jungian psychoanalyst, presents the 2017 Bollingen Lecture sponsored by the Jung Association of Central Ohio. He is author of Deep Blues: Human Soundscape for the Archetypal Journey.  Mark resides in Memphis, TN. Brochure with all the details and fee options HERE.
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Green Renaissance Network Radio in Columbus Ohio! 
WGRN FM 94.1  Listen Live, on your radio, podcasts! Schedule is HERE.
We've got to decide that we want to live in a world that is sane and happy and healthy, and that everyone deserves that. ~ Majora Carter
Jewish Voice for Peace Justice + Dignity + EqualitySUNDAY OCTOBER 29
3 - 5  PM
JEWISH VOICE FOR PEACE
NEW MEMBER GATHERING

Northwood High Bldg
2231 N High St Columbus 43201
Free Parking in the spaces marked "R" in rear lot & on High St
Columbus has two active JVP chapters and we would like to invite you to stop in and see what we are up to lately. This casual gathering has multiple goals. First, new and prospective members will have an opportunity to attend and ask questions. Second, those who have always been interested in a just and lasting peace for Israel and Palestine can see what's happening with JVP on a local and national scale without making any major commitments. This event will also enable both local chapters to join together and coordinate ideas and activities. The event will be family-friendly and open to the public Refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there! Facebook.event page HERE.
Politics and a Pint is back in NovemberWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1
6 - 8 PM
POLITICS & A PINT
LOCAL POLITICAL DISCUSSION
WOLF'S RIDGE BREWING

215 N  4th St Columbus OH 43215
Mike Thompson, host of Columbus on the Record on WOSU TV and Ann Fisher, host of All Sides with Ann Fisher on 89.7 NPR News, will be joined by Terry Casey, Republican Strategist, and Sam Gresham of Common Cause Ohio to help break down the current political landscape while you sip on craft brews.Free. Food and beverages for purchase.
KEEP WAYNE WILD LOGO IN COLORFRIDAY NOVEMBER 10
7 - 10 PM
KEEP WAYNE WILD ART OPENING:
OFF THE TRAIL:
A CONCEPTUAL WALK IN WAYNE NATIONAL FOREST

OHIO ART LEAGUE X SPACE
400 WEST RICH ST
DURING FRANKLINTON 2ND FRIDAY
The collection of art features Ohio artists who directly draw inspiration from Wayne National Forest, located in southeastern Ohio. This collection is compiled by Keep Wayne Wild (KWW), a group of dedicated volunteers working to protect Wayne National Forest from predatory gas extraction activities. KWW seeks to raise awareness about the beauty, conflict, history, and resilience of Ohio's only National Forest.
photo of Karyn DeibelMONDAY DECEMBER 4
7 - 9 PM
TRAGER ® FOR DAILY LIFE 
MOVE WITH KARYN

Whetstone Library Community Room
3909 N High St Columbus 43214
Come play with gentle easy movements and touch to relieve tension, move freer and feel younger! Karyn Deibel, Senior Trager ® Practitioner, is offering this FREE class to promote personal peace in this time of turmoil. For more info or to RSVP contact Karyn Deibel @ 614-261-6480. See  the flyer HERE.
Be kind to unkind people. They need it the most. ~ Ashleigh Brilliant
Bring your Loyalty Card to any Simply Living film, meetup, class, or event and get it punched. When all ten holes are punched you will receive a $50 credit toward any classes or workshops sponsored by Simply Living Sustainable U! Available to all Simply Living members.
COMMUNITY
A feminist is any woman who tells the truth about her life. ~ Virginia Woolf
UPCOMING FESTIVALS 
SELECTED FROM COLUMBUS UNDERGROUND
See Full List HERE
Tues Nov 14 Community Conversation on the Future of Franklinton
5:30 - 8:30 pm @ Strongwater Food and Spirits, 400 W Town St 43215
Free. Register HERE.

CARE & SGARE TIME BANK LOGOMONDAY  NOVEMBER 13
7 - 9 PM
CARE & SHARE TIME BANK
ORIENTATION

First Unitarian Universalist Church
93 W. Weisheimer Rd Columbus 43214
Contact: Alice.Faryna@gmail.com

Join us for our monthly orientation session for new time bank members and for anyone who would like a refresher on the computer-based tracking system, hOur World. Simply Living members who join the time bank can volunteer for SL and receive CSTB "Hours" that can be used to access any member services listed in the Time Bank..Contact: Simply Living coordinator VilviVannak@gmail.com.See the flyer for updates. More on time-banking click HERE.

Care and Share Time BankSUNDAY NOVEMBER 19
6:30 - 8:30 PM

CARE & SHARE TIME BANK POTLUCK 
 
First Unitarian Universalist Church
93 W. Weisheimer Rd Columbus 43214

Join us for our monthly potluck starting at 6:30 pm, followed by our program at 7:15 pm. Topic: TBA. Contact:Alice.Faryna@gmail.com or Simply Living coordinator Vilvi Vannak <vilvivannak@gmail.com>. See the flyer updates. For more on time-banking click HERE.

Columbus Underground Mega Weekend!
Trauma, Ghosts, Races, Tours and more!
Halloween 2 pumpkins carved
 It's the final weekend before Halloween!.. .
Columbus Underground's Mega Weekend 
Compiled by Ann Evans every week. CU Website listings HERE.

Friday
Pat and Gracie’s has opened their Downtown location. Tales from the Crypt is happening at Green Lawn Abbey. Go on a Haunted Statehouse TourThe Florida Project opens at the Drexel. The Reeb Center hosts a Harvest FestivalThe Rocking Dead continues at Shadowbox LiveA Spooky Evening with Actual Wolves III is at the Green Room. Restart has a Halloween Party at Brothers Drake. Fritz The Nite Owl presents Trick ‘r Treat 10th Anniversary at Studio 35.

Saturday
Go try some sour beersGhost Trolley continues. Wholly Craft is the spot for the 5th Annual Alison Rose Monster Mash. Rivet hosts their closing celebration. There’s a craft market at Tremont Center. Hills Market Downtown hosts their Last Bloody Mary Brunch of the Year. Gateway invites you to The TailGateway: OSU vs. Penn State. You can also tailgate at the Fawcett Center. It’s a special Halloween Hoot at Gateway Film Center. Check out Inked and ScreamedWestgate Marketplace hosts a popup shop. Go trick or treating at the Franklin Park Conservatory. Check out Cirque de Vampire. Coffee Connections in Hilliard invites you to Make A Difference Day with Columbus Kids Do Good. Haunted History Walking Tour Boos and Brews continues. Comedian Brooke Cartus will be recording an album at The KitchenDavid Sedaris appears at the Ohio Theatre. Head down to ‘Weenie Ball at The Walrus. Fritz The Nite Owl moves the Trick ‘r Treat 10th Anniversary party over to Grandview.

Sunday
Come to the Urban Living Tour at Bridge Park. Be sure to see Circle of Blood at Shadowbox Live. Are you doing the Donut Run? North Market hosts Halloween Family Funday. John Glenn International 5K Run & Walk has sold out. The Smithery hosts a Make & Take metal stamping eventYes We Can candidates host a rally with Dennis KucinichThe Kitchen hosts a Tablao Flamenco Performance & Tapas Dinner. The countdown to Too’s closing is on, stop in! Peppa Pig is live! Study up on your candidates for City Council to prepare for the election.

There’s always more in the Events Calendar! If you have something you want to highlight, post it in the comments!

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PHOTO OF WOODS AT STRATFORDFRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
6:30 - 8 PM 

BOOK TALK
OCTOBER TOPIC: TREES AND WOOD
STRATFORD ECOLOGICAL CENTER
3083 Liberty Rd, Delaware OH 43015

Explore literary works in a lively discussion on topics ranging from agriculture, nature writers and homesteading.  If you would like to learn more about available books related to a particular subject, librarian Liz Barker will help you discover a treasure of great reading. 4th Friday of each month. No registration needed – $10 for the year. More info on web HERE.

photo of Chris and RoseSATURDAY, OCTOBER 28
7 - 10 PM
CHRIS AND ROSE 
DYNAMIC MUSIC DUO 

JAVA CENTRAL COFFEE HOUSE
20 South State St Westerville 43081
Chris and Rose is one our top groups at JC. Rose is a wonderful song stylist with flair - and sings some fluent French (she is from French Gabon), Chris plays a mean guitar and adds excellent backup and lead vocals of his own. Together they are a dynamic musical duo singing a diverse program from jazz to pop to Broadway and more! More info HERE. More info on Java Central HERE.
So different, this man And this woman:
A stream flowing In a field. ~ William Carlos Williams

Trellis traditional irish bandSATURDAY, OCTOBER 28
8 PM 

TRELLIS
TRADITIONAL IRISH BAND
Folkside Coffeehouse
Columbus Mennonite Church
35 Oakland Park Ave in Clintonville 43214

6 p.m. Open Jam;  7 p.m. Open Mic;  8 p.m. Trellis. Their combined skills weave a complex tapestry of melody & counter melody and give delight to their audiences! Donation at the door: $7 general public; $5 students; $5 CFMS members; under 12 free. Bring a can of food for our local pantry. Tonight is our Annual Bake Sale (a fundraiser for the Central Ohio Folk Festival).  Bid on baked goods, dinners & more! Website HERE and Poster HERE.

jJim Garrett and JD Martin photo SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5
5 PM
JAN GARRETT & JD MARTIN
FIRST SATURDAY CHANT

1st Unitarian Universalist Church
93 W Weisheimer Rd, Columbus 43214
A truly unique and inspiring musical duo from the mountains of Colorado near Aspen, Jan Garrett and JD Martin will soothe your soul, uplift your spirit, and delight your ears!  JD Martin, as a Nashville-based songwriter, has written 5 Number One,and 10 Top Ten, country and pop hit singles, and his songs have been recorded by such luminaries as Reba McEntire, Terri Clark, Peter Cetera, and Kathy Mattea. Jan Garrett is a jazz singer with a poet's soul, a masterful teacher, wilderness vision quester, and certified laughing instructor, who once toured with Steve Martin and John Denver, and appeared on the Tonight Show and in Rolling Stone. In addition to their earlier solo work, Jan and JD have recorded 7 albums of original music, including their latest "Falling In Love Again." More info: www.garrett-martin.com. More info on First Saturday chant HERE.
Actors in How We Got On THURS-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9 - 12
8 PM (SUN 2 PM)
AVAILABLE LIGHT THEATRE HOW WE GOT ON
RIFFE CENTER, STUDIO TWO
77 S. HIGH ST. COLUMBUS 43215

TICKETS: PAY WHAT YOU WANT

This sweet and fresh coming of age story is a portrait of three artists as Midwestern MCs, pursuing their dreams despite all obstacles in the Golden Age of Hip-Hop. Deep in the suburbs of 1988, Hank studies hip-hop as much as his father wants him to study algebra, memorizing his favorite lines, and longing to create music of his own. Soon he meets Julian, the only other kid in the neighborhood who’s into rap music. Inspired and inspiring, Idris Goodwin’s How We Got On is an authentic, midwestern hip-hop fable.

The usual pattern of demagogues is to promise the moon, fail to deliver, and then blame vulnerable others for those failures.
~ Van Jones
Bill Cohen with Guitar and 1960's artifactsFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10
7:30 PM
FOLK MUSIC COFFEEHOUSE
RECALLS 1960'S ACTIVISM 
King Ave Methodist Church, 299 W King @ Neil $10 Donation
Civil rights sit-ins.  Bell-bottoms. Anti-war marches.  Student Power.  Afros.  Mini-skirts.  Hippies.  Riots.  Space flights.   The generation gap.
Those hallmarks of the turbulent 1960’s will be rekindled at this year’s annual “Spirit of the ‘60’s Coffeehouse. Bill Cohen will lead a candlelit, musical, year-by-year journey through the era, with live and familiar 1960’s folk songs, “news reports” of sixties happenings, displays of anti-war buttons and posters, and far-out sixties fashions. Plus, Bill will also challenge the audience with sixties trivia questions.
Proceeds will go to the Mid-Ohio Food Bank.  Refreshments will be available at no extra charge.  Free parking is also available in the lots just South and West of the church. Come early for a good seat. 
It’s the 32nd year of sixties coffeehouses for Bill.  He’s performed the show more than a hundred times now at colleges, churches, synagogues, conferences, high schools, and middle schools across Ohio and beyond.For more information, call Bill at (614) 263-3851 or e-mail BillCohen@columbus.rr.com 
SEE Nita Sweeney's Write Now Newsletter for poetry events
Jaguar danceSATURDAY NOVEMBER 11
4:30 - 6 PM

JAGUAR DANCE
@ BODY WISDOM
3001 INDIANOLA AVE CBUS 43202
COST: $17
Call your Spirit!  Energy Awakens ~ Treasure is Found ~ Soul is Retrieved ~ Feel Connected ~ Become the Dance! This is a great way to give yourself some much needed time to release,discover, integrate and celebrate yourself. Please see my website for more details. www.hersacredspace.com You can also look at my teacher's website <www.trancedance.com> and pre-register either with me or online at bwhg.net under classes. Looking forward to meeting up.  Any questions, call me at 614-432-4681 or email rcarnevale2001@yahoo.com.  
 Let the Spirit move your Body To the Rhythms of your Soul. DANCE THE DREAM AWAKE! ~ Rita Carnevale

LOCAL FOODS

If it came from a plant, eat it; if it was made in a plant, don't.
~ Michael Pollan
halloween market october 28 2017SATURDAY OCTOBER 28
8 AM - 12 NOON 
 WORTHINGTON
FARMERS MARKET
646 N. High St. Worthington 43085

Don't let your costume be a big bore
Start planning now, there's a contest for sure
It's going to be fun, there's nothing to fear
Halloween Market is almost here
PLUS: Yoga at the Market today! RescuedOHIO will be on hand to talk about their services and dogs who have been rescued.More on Website and Facebook.
small child in dragon costumeSATURDAY OCTOBER 28
9 AM - 12 NOON + MORE!
 CLINTONVILLE
FARMERS MARKET
3531 N. HIGH ST.(AT DUNEDIN) C-VILLE 43214
Boo! Our Halloween Market!  Kids (of all ages) are invited to come in costume and trick-or-treat at the market stands. Wholly Craft, in partnership with Alison Rose, will host their 5th annual Monster Mash from 9am to 2pm. This is a make & take tote bag and costume party! The totes will be sold on a sliding scale of $5-10, with 100% of the proceeds from the event going directly to Camp Lionheart. We will be live printing the totes at Wholly Craft with two designs created by local artists to choose from. After you've picked your design and had it printed up, you'll be able to sit and decorate it, and then use it to gather treats at the market! We'll end the day with a spooktacular costume parade. Kids are invited to line up in front of Wholly Craft starting at 11:15, with step off at 11:25. From there, we'll parade down High Street (on the sidewalk) to the market tent, where a cup of warm witches brew (apple cider) will be waiting!  More on Market programs and on Facebook.
oeffa logoOhio ranks 7th in number of organic farms. Ohio is seeing double digit growth in the number of organic farms, organic land in production, and organic sales, illustrating the role of organic production in economic development. The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) has prepared a two page summary of USDA findings, “Highlights from the 2016 Certified Organic Survey: Ohio in Context.”

farmers market woman shoppingSELECTED LIST OF
FARMERS MARKETS 
IN FRANKLIN COUNTY
FROM COLUMBUS UNDERGROUND

FULL ANNOTATED LISTING HERE 
The list is current as of May 23, 2017

All Life Community Market, Held June 1st through October 26th on Thursdays, from 4pm-7pm.
Bexley Farmers’ Market, Intersection of Dawson and Main Streets, Thursdays from 4-7pm.
Bexley Natural Market, 508 N. Cassady Ave. in their parking lot. Wednesdays 3pm-7pm
Clintonville Farmers’ Market. N. High Dunedin, 9am - 12pm
Easton Farmers Market, Town Square behind Brio Tuscan Grill, Each Thursday from 4pm-7pm,
Franklin Park Conservatory Farmers’ Market, Wednesdays, 3:30pm–6:30pm.
Franklinton Farm Stand, Thursdays: 3pm-6:30pm, Fridays: 3pm-6:30pm, Saturdays: 10am-1pm.
Merion Village Farmers’ Market, NEW LOCATION! 1297 Parsons Ave.,Thursdays 5 to 7:30pm.
New Albany Farmers’ Market, 200 Market Square, Every Thursday 4pm-7pm,
North Market Farmers’ Market, 59 Spruce St., Saturdays 8am,
Pearl Market Downtown Columbus (Summer), Every Tuesday & Friday from 10:30am-1 pm
Powell Farmers Market, 240 N. Liberty St. Every Saturday from 9am-12pm..
Upper Arlington Farmers’ Market,UA Senior Ctr, 1945 Ridgeview Road. Wednesday 3 – 6pm
Uptown Westerville Farmers’ Market, Wednesdays, from 3pm – 6pm
Westgate Farmers Market Open the 1st and 3rd Saturdaysfrom 9am-1pm.
Worthington Farmers Market  646 N. High St. 8am – 12pm.
Follow more Farmers Market news on Columbus Underground here

The difference between a white man and an Indian is this- A white man wants to leave money to his children.
An Indian wants to leave forests. ~ Winona LaDuke
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