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September 11, 2020
Simply Living Community Update Newsletter: Celebrate Local!


To create a compassionate and sustainable world through personal, community and cultural transformation


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Community Education for Sustainable Living
Simply Living Sustainable U classes & workshops, Earth Institute courses on environmental topics, monthly documentary films, meetups held at local businesses and organizations - join us to socialize, learn, build community and co-create a joyful, compassionate, and sustainable future!

News and Highlights from the September 11 Community Update

The Local Skinny> Discover Low Power Columbus Community Radio
> NEW Meetup on Transforming Suburbia with Permaculture

> Be the Change: Browse our Beautiful Community Calendar
> Hot Times Festival This Weekend 
> Meet Progressive Women Candidates on Grassroot Ohio with Carolyn Harding
> Delve into a new Three Tiered Economy with Roar Bjonnes
> OSU Environmental Network Program on Preserving Wilderness Tuesday
> Clean Up the Scioto River with Green Columbus and COSI
> Building the New World Conference
> Free Shift Summit & Music Festival
> Extinction Rebellion, Transition, Free Press Cyber Salon, Edible Columbus!


7 PM

Register on Eventbrite 

Inside Columbus Community Radio - find out what you've been missing, and find out from the people who make the station happen! Meet Robb Ebright, board chair of the Neighborhood Network (license holder of WCRS-LP) who has been involved with the stations for over a decade back when it was still run by Simply Living. Robb is one of the primary coordinators of the all-volunteer ran station and also helps to maintain and build the tech-stack that keeps the station on the air - no small task! Meet Suzanne Patzer  you may know her as the editor of the Free Press with Bob Fitrakis, but Suzanne plays a key role in managing WGRN and developing local programming. More volunteers will be joining us...
     If you are just discovering these community gems, you will be amazed at the diversity of programming available.  If you already listen then join us and share your favorite shows?  Comedian Jimmy Dorr? Carolyn Harding's Grassroot Ohio interviews? Bob's Basement Jazz? The Other Side of the News, with Bob Fitrakis?  For a Green Future?  When the Biomass Hits the Wind Turbine with Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station's Sustainability Center?  When you share your favorite music genre, news show, comedy, environmental programs and podcasts everyone learns!

 Register on Eventbrite to receive the Zoom link. You may choose either a free ticket or a donation ticket and pay whatever amount you wish. Updates on Facebook and Meetup.

7 PM

Register on Eventbrite 

This special presentation by Jan Spencer of Eugene Oregon will inspire you with a living example of permaculture design + Q&A! Local Central Ohio Permaculture guest will be a reactor.

About this Event

The presentation will be a slide show and tell describing twenty years of transforming a quarter acre suburban property in Eugene, Oregon. The grass is gone front and back. There is edible landscaping all over, much of it trellised and espalier and even structures over rooftops to support grape vines. The south facing patio is now 350 sf enclosed passive solar that helps heat the house in the winter time. A rain water catchment system can store and distribute 5600 gallons, primarily for irrigation.

The 5 car driveway was depaved and the one car garage turned into living space. Well over 2000 people have visited over the years, the place is a permaculture land mark in the Pacific Northwest. Jan rarely buys fruit or veggies. With four residents and downsized lifestyles, the eco footprint of the property is comparatively small.

The presentation will also touch on the history of suburbia plus a short look at several other permaculture sites in Eugene. Jan's neighborhood hosted the 2015 Northwest Permaculture Convergence. Perhaps the only permaculture convergence to take place in a suburban neighborhood.

Jan is also making a series of zoom presentations that describe various aspects of System Change scheduled for October and November. You can find out more about the presentations at


Simply Living Sustainable U connects YOU to workshops/classes/events that
train and educate people about sustainability topics and practices including:

Food • Urban Homesteading • Health and Wellness • Energy Solutions
Green Building  • Finance • Transportation • Economics
Please Note: Find many more events in Simply Living's Sustainable U  Calendar.
Volunteer Rita Haider is posting new events covering a wide range of interests from yoga, NVC, and meditation to composting, non-toxic cleaning, a new economics, the future of food, climate change, and even a Next World Conversation with David Orr, author of Democracy Unchained, and OSU prof Joel Wainwright. Wow! Check it out soon or  Go there NOW
Cultivate generosity. Delight in giving. Learn to live lightly. In this way, we can begin to transform what is negative into what is positive.
This is how we start to grow up. ~ Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo
Saket Soni with Jane FondaFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11


Immigrants are essential to our survival in the climate crisis. Climate change is making disasters more furious. After raging wildfires, floods, and hurricanes, immigrants are rebuilding. Across America, they're the resilience workforce repairing homes, hospitals, and cities. As they do it, they're being hunted down by Trump's immigration agents.
     Saket Soni, founder and director of Resilience Force, joins Jane and Fire Drill Fridays to talk about this resilience workforce, new disasters, and how protecting these workers helps us build our way out of the climate crisis.
     We'll show clips of a Netflix documentary, Immigration Nation, featuring Saket and these workers, and talk about how the people benefiting from our immigration and climate crises are the same.
More info and Registration


5  - 5:30 PM

GrassRoot Ohio with Charlotte Owens, Alaina Swope and Katie O’Neil, SE Ohio progressive women candidates Running to WIN.
   Charlotte Owens is the Democrat running for Ohio House District 78, which includes all or part of 6 counties extending from Circleville to South Zanesville. In order to serve the people, and not big money, she's pushing for an end to the corruption under Republican leadership at the state level. She supports and will work for workers, families and small businesses to survive the pandemic. She stands for affordable access to healthcare, supporting and improving public education, and bridging the digital divide.
   Katie O’Neil is grateful to be the democratic candidate for Ohio House District 94 on the centennial year of the 19th Amendment to our United States constitution. She has a bachelor of history and the environment, master of energy regulation and law, and juris doctor of law. She is dedicated to a plan that creates 100% renewable energy, economic sustainability, restorative justice and a clean and healthy environment. She was raised in a public service family in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, and believes that you help those in need, care for those who are sick, and work for the greater good with integrity. “My family always believed that once I moved to Athens, Ohio I would stay for a lifetime and they were right.”
   Alaina Swope is a working-class progressive running for State Representative in OH-97. She is a published researcher, organizer, and educator and she's running to give this seat back to the people of Muskingum & Guernsey counties. For decades, her district has been represented by men who are completely out of touch with the people and it shows. The 97th is facing an affordable housing crisis, they haven't seen any economic growth in decades, and a third of the people are living in poverty. When elected, Alaina will fight for higher wages, affordable housing for all, and campaign finance reform.


7 PM


This week’s discussion will be led by Roar Bjonnes, President of EDA, co-founder of ‘Future Planet’, ‘Systems Change Alliance’, and one of the founding members  of PROUT (PROGRESSIVE UTILIZATION THEORY) USA.
See this slide show outlining the Three Tiered Economy HERE.
Read a text explaining the Three Tiered Economy HERE.
ZOOM LINK to join the discussion.  Meeting ID: 833 6680 6377
Passcode: 930027 Visit Economic Democracy Advocates’ Facebook page.
Local Contact for more information: Greg Pace <>

Reducing our levels of consumption will not be a sacrifice but a bonus if we simply redefine the meaning of the word ‘success.’ ~ David Wann

Glass Curtain Gallery / Third Coast Disrupted: Artists + Scientists on Climate
Tue Sep 8th 3:00pm + multiple events through Fri Oct 30th
     Wednesday, September 16, 7 – 8 pm
       Katharine Hayhoe: Connecting Global Change to Local Impacts & Solutions 

Starting Saturday! Foundations of Compassionate Nonviolent Communication Training (4-week Online Course)
Sat Sep 12th 10:00am - 12:00pm

The Future of America’s Best Idea: Funding, Inclusion and Leadership
Tues Sep 14 Environmental Professionals Network

Next World Conversations 4: Democracy Unchained with David Orr and Joel Wanewright
Weds Sept 16

Clean Energy in the Age of Coronavirus
Wed Sep 16th 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Local governments are taking the lead on clean energy and sustainability issues across Ohio. Whether it’s community aggregation or solar installations on municipal buildings, local elected officials recognize the fiscal and environmental benefits for their communities and their constituents. Featuring Elizabeth Brown, Columbus City Council and Justin Tisdale, South Euclid City Council

The Shift Summit & Music Festival  Online Gathering of Changemakers Lighting the Way to a Better Future
Sep 18 - 21 FREE

Building the New World Conference (another amazing line-up of changemakers co-creating a new world)
Sep 19 - Nov 1 

The Scioto Sweep 2020 Be part of the Scioto River cleanup!
Sep 12 - 27  Green Columbus and COSI offer lots of opportunities to participate! 

Practical Meditation and Discussion (Free at Yoga Well Being)
Sun Sep 20th 1:00pm - Wed 30th 2:30pm

Blue Rock Station: Bodacious Women’s Afternoon
Sep 20

Healing the Womb Rite in the Ceremonial Womb Circle The Circle Mound at Newark Earthworks
Sep 22 Led by Simply Living member Rita Carnevale

Non-Toxic Cleaning Any Time (Green America)
Tue Sep 22nd 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Fall Zen: September Labyrinth Walk (Shepherd's Corner)
Tue Sep 22nd 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Juliet Schor and Hazel Henderson in Conversation (two brilliant women - catch them if you can)
Thu Sep 24th 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Sponsored by the Schumaker Center for a New Economy.

Climate Change: Insights from History
Sep 24

Composting 101 at Franklin Park Conservatory (if not now, when? :) 
Thu Sep 24th 6:00pm - 7:30pm

The Future of Food: Exploring the Politics, Ethics, and Impacts of Genetic Engineering (Anna Lappe)
Fri Sep 25th 10:00am - 11:30pm

National Drive Electric Week
Sat Sep 26th

Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act (Mark your calendars)
Tue Sep 29th 6:00pm - 7:00pm
This bill is so comprehensive and cutting-edge that we're holding another webinar to give more people the chance to learn about it. Find out why the new Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act (SB 3263/ HR 5845) is the gold standard of federal legislation to make meaningful reductions in plastic pollution in the U.S., and get answers to any questions you may have.

Local Matters HARVEST BALL at HOME 
Sep 25 Annual fundraiser!

The Future of Food: Exploring the Politics, Ethics, and Impacts of Genetic Engineering
Sep 25
 Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction. ~ Dr. Edward O. Wilson
Sacred Ground is a community church grounded by the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh and committed to healing our Mother Earth, healing our Earthen family, and healing ourselves through Mindfulness and a melding of the beneficial elements of Buddhism, Christianity, and more. 
Online Classes + Sunday Service

Vsit for more information. See our calendar for upcoming events.

Waking up this morning, I smile. Twenty-four brand new hours are before me. I vow to live fully in each moment and to look at all beings with eyes of compassion. ~ Thich Naht Hanh

Eco-Friendly Trends

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Hardwood floors. Many of us are turning to other flooring options, like bamboo and renewable fibers. Here are some of the trends making waves in the green flooring industry.

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Between every two pines is a doorway into a new world.
~ John Muir
Click for the Simply Living DVD Collection. Scroll down to view titles. To borrow a DVD, email Chuck or call 614-354-6172.
Click for PDF version of SPRING 2020 edition of Simply News: Lead article: Mindfulness, Mourning, Earth Care, And The Coronavirus Pandemic
WGRN 94.1 and streaming on carries the best news, talk shows, interviews, music, and much more. Tune into the Green Renaissance Browse the schedule. Wait - there's more Columbus Community Radio. Check out WCRS HERE.
Extinction Rebellion is evolving into online mode although some demonstrations continue around the world.  Some of the online events may surprise you. Find three events in the Sustainable U Calendar including  Meditation, Orientation, and Deliberative Democracy. The latter features Dr. Carolyn Lukensmeyer, a leader in the Deliberative Democracy movement. Use the Search box at the top to quickly find these events.

Transition US  (Simply Living is affiliated locally) has been creating new ways to engage us. The Connection Cafe now meets online for deep sharing and reflection to explore regenerative living practices. Their 
Building Bridges: Indigenous Food and Cultural Healing Project partners with Lakota Leaders to connect with their traditions. Search on Transition in the Sustainable U Calendar for these and other learning opportunities.

HOT TIMES ONLINE THIS WEEKEND! Features live online performances by Gaye Adegbalola, Tony Monaco, Bobby Floyd, Donna Mogavero, Uptowne Buddah, Tracy Christoper's Parade, and Tree No Leaves. Get all the details at

Our 2019-2020 EPN Highlight Video features photographs, video clips and program statements from our 11 breakfast and virtual events. Over 1,300 friends and colleagues shared food, conversation and learning with us last year! Please link to the video here, alongside a written report of highlights here.  Not to be missed!

A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity is a feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. Throughout the year the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in a community.

The film documents the community’s learning process as well as exploring the global issues we’re facing, through interviews with some of today’s most interesting speakers on the subjects, including permaculture co-originator David Holmgren, filmmaker and activist Helena Norberg-Hodge, climate change activist David Spratt and many more.

There must be more to life than having everything! ~ Maurice Sendak
Digital Edition of YES! Magazine' s New Black Lives Matter Issue Is Now Online
Look for hard copies of this special issue at Bexley Natural Market and Portia's Cafe.

Join us ONLINE for the Free Press
Second Saturday 
Saturday, September 12 from 7 - 9 PM

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 222 255 972
Join through your computer or phone
Lynn Stan and Candy Watkins
Announcing the virtual Hot Times Festival
Mark Stansbery
50 years of student rebellion
Cynthia Brown
De-escalate Ohio - Heartbeatmovement
Wade Rathke and Bob Fitrakis
Voter purge project and other election issues
Dave Lippman
The 99% troubadour (he’s not yet complete) and investigative songwriter afflicts the complacent, takes the air out of the windbags of the week, de-distorts history, and updates worn-out songs with parody and thrust. Specializing in passionate, comedic original songs and unsingable singalongs.
 Q & A included.
If you have any announcements for the progressive community, contact us:
Columbus Underground Mega Weekend!
934 Fest, Drive-In Concerts, Moonlight Market, & More!
Compiled by Anne Evans. Full CU Website listings HERE.
Get your car set up for Drive-In Concerts and movies this weekend!

Welcome to the weekend. The Columbus Coffee Festival announced a curated take home coffee experience – get yours (plus a fun add-on for pups!) Aspire will be virtual this year, but those who join us can get a chance at a cool prize! Tickets for HighBall went on sale today. On Sunday, shop the Artisan Pop-Up Grocery Store. Have a fun one!


-The first Westland Mall Drive-In Concert Series is this weekend
-Final weekend for ProMusica SummerFEST: Music Outdoors
-See Popgun play
“Lincoln Living Room” concerts begin
-Enjoy Columbus Symphony Community Concert 
Nathan Henry performs at Platform


-Check out the Ohio Open Doors 2020
-Watch Maroon Outdoor Drive-Up Movie Series: Queen of Katwe
-South Drive-In plays Evil Dead 1 1981 & Evil Dead 2 1987
-See Movie Under the Stars- The Night Of The Hunter
-Do the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb
-There’s a Cruise-In at the Alley
-Velvet Ice Creams has a fun event at the Mill
Watch the Crew at Land Grant


-CCAD has a president’s talk with Ryan “Yanoe” Sarfati
-Check out SOL-CON: Brown and Black Comics Expo
-Secret Studio hosts Rural & Birch – Cominghome
Summer Spray comes to an end
934 Fest has fun online experiences for you!
All People Arts Gallery Virtual Opening and Video Release


Michael Blackson performs at Funny Bone
-Learn at the Voting Town Hall
-Make Fire Cider
-Palmas has a Kick off for Hispanic Heritage Month Party!
-Shop Local Yarn Store Day
-Hofbrauhaus has Oktoberfest Celebration!
-Get rid of your Household Hazardous Waste 
-Help make MPACC look nice
Flavor 91 celebrates 4 years
-Shop AJSoseby grand opening
-Shop the Moonlight Market
-Sunday is the Browns opener!

Enjoy your weekend!

We must be headlights and not taillights. ~ John Lewis

Columbus on the Cheap

Good, Cheap, Fun

GET ACTIVE!  Items below are selected from the Columbus Peace Newsletter edited by Connie Hammond (pictured at left).
Email to subscribe to her Community Calendar or share meeting info. 

Connie Hammond

 Sunday, September 13, 2020, 3:00 PM.  Voices from the Holy Land Film Salon: Roadmap to Apartheid. The film “Roadmap to Apartheid” graphically asserts that the Israeli system of total military, economic and social control over the lives of Palestinians constitutes Apartheid. Historical footage and the compelling testimony of South Africans take us back to see and understand the system of White Supremacy that gave its name to a UN-banned crime against humanity. Side-by-side with what happened in South Africa, the highly acclaimed film takes us to Palestine-Israel, where we see the same kind of rules and the same brutality inflicted on Palestinians South Africans make the connection and say: “This is another Apartheid.” Palestinians and Israelis detail how Israeli Apartheid operates and how it is being resisted. Is it really Apartheid? Many in Israel and the U.S. deny it. …Panelists Mark Braverman of Kairos USA and Rev. Ntuthuko Nkosi of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of South Africa will be discussing the film and the situation with moderator Dr. Michael Fischbach, author and professor of history, at Randolph Macon College.  Register for the webinar here.

Monday, September 14, 2020 07:00 PM, Militarization of the Police and the 1033 Program. Local police throughout the U.S. are direct beneficiaries of the military-industrial complex’s overproduction of hardware designed to dominate the globe. The Pentagon’s 1033 program provides police departments with excess military-grade equipment—including tanks, armored cars and weaponry—meant for war, not for keeping the public safe. When police are dressed and equipped for war, studies have shown, they are more apt to act as though the population is their enemy.  Massachusetts Peace Action.  More information and registration here.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 1:00 PM.  Palestine Today and the Kairos "Cry for Hope.” In a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the globe and as the struggle against historic and systemic injustice and oppression is revived, the circumstances of Palestinians living under occupation continue to worsen. The threat of Israeli annexation of large parts of the West Bank is an example of the decades of policies that have denied Palestinians their basic human and civil rights. Join us on Wednesday, September 16 at 1 PM Eastern for a special webinar conversation with two Palestinian Christian leaders, Rifat Kassis and the Rev. Munther Isaac, as they discuss the current reality, the situation of Palestinian Christians, and the recently-issued “Cry for Hope,” a letter to the world calling for attention and action to challenge injustice and to seek change to which UCC and Disciples leaders have responded. This webinar is scheduled to take place during the World Council of Churches’ World Week of Peace in Palestine and Israel.  Register here

Wednesday, September 16, 7:00 - 8:30 PM.  Simply Living Meetup:  Real Conversations Online/Learn about Columbus Community Radio.   Learn the backstory of Low Power FM Radio in Cbus. Are you listening to 92.7 or 98.3 or 94.1?  or streaming  or Find out about locally produced shows and national programs syndicated by Pacifica Radio, and the best progressive Talk Radio Shows.  Share your favorite music genre, news, comedy, and environmental programs and podcasts!  More information and registration here

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 07:00 PM.  Global Cooperation or New Cold War? The People's Foreign Policy.  "If Trump loses in November and can be forced out of office, building opposition to U.S. militarism and the foreign policies of a Biden administration will likely be the social justice movement’s biggest challenge," writes Max Elbaum in Organizing Upgrade.   Meanwhile, both the Trump administration and the Biden-led Democratic Party are moving on a path of confrontation with China, writes Tobita Chow in The Nation. Cosponsored by Massachusetts Peace Action, Organizing Upgrade and Justice is Global.  More information and registration here

Thursday, September 17, 2020, 5:00 - 6:30 PM.  Columbus City Council Northside Community Meeting.   Council President Shannon G. Hardin will kick-off the festivities with a welcome, and legendary Coach Satch Sullinger will provide remarks. The Community Meeting series gives residents a chance to talk to Councilmembers, staff and department leadership about diverse subject matter in an informal setting. Due to the virtual nature of the event, each Councilmember will have their own breakout room, related to the committees they chair.  Registration Information:  RSVP by 5pm on 9/16 to Erin Gibbons with your preferred breakout room at Upon registration, participants will be sent Zoom information

Monday, September 21, 2020 05:30 PM.  50+ Years of Student Rebellion. A Panel Discussion Featuring Activists from the Time and Community Reflection on Lessons Learned.  Register for the zoom conference here

Sunday, September 27, 2020, 5:00 PM.  Ohio Poor People’s Campaign 4th Friday Screening of 13th.  Followed by discussion.

Sunday September 20
6:30 - 8 PM



Let's have some fun with this! Here's the plan:

  • I'll give a short greeting and summarize the agenda (3 minutes),
  • Everyone will be able to introduce themselves and have 2 minutes to list offers and requests,
  • have a virtual sharing table (anyone who wants to give away an item can present the item, and anyone who would like it can claim it and arrange for a porch pickup.) (10 min)
  • And, Bethany Sanders will join us to speak in a non-partisan way on voting in Ohio.
Bethany is "a big believer in us all winning when people are informed." She was Policy staff for the Senate Democratic caucus, including spending 6 years in election law and was also the 2018 Democratic Party voter protection director.
  • We wrap things up with a note that people with questions on CSTB issues can contact Vilvi Vannak,, for help.

And here is the Zoom information for the September 20 meeting!
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 852 9145 3060
Passcode: CSTB
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Take me to the listing of weekly and monthly events!

Columbus Area Community Event Lists

Columbus Free Press Activists Calendar Editor Bob Roehm posts online and in the monthly print edition.
Columbus Peace Network Calendar Editor Connie Hammond keeps up with political events, meetings
Columbus Underground Calendar Editor Anne Evans - we post much of her awesome Mega Weekend!
WCBE Arts & Life Calendar 

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Java Central Coffeehouse
 20 S State St, Westerville 43081
Live Music at JC on Saturday, Sept 5

Revolutionary art and visionary physics are both
investigations into the nature of reality.
~ Leonard Shlain

Join us ONLINE for the Free Press
Second Saturday 
Saturday, September 12  from 7- 9 PM 

Dave LippmanDave Lippman

The 99% troubadour (he’s not yet complete) and investigative songwriter afflicts the complacent, takes the air out of the windbags of the week, de-distorts history, and updates worn-out songs with parody and thrust. Specializing in passionate, comedic original songs and unsingable singalongs.
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 222 255 972   Join through your computer or phone.
We will discuss the virtual Hot Times Festival, 50 years of student rebellion, other current events and the upcoming November election.
SPECIAL GUEST - Dave Lippman, social justice and political singer, satirist.  Q & A included.
     If you have any announcements for theprogressive community, contact us:  614-253-2571
7 PM

Tune in Facebook Live HERE

Hear the compelling original songs from nationally-acclaimed singer/songwriter Heather Pierson, as she sings her unique mix of genres from New Orleans jazz and blues to rousing Americana and poignant folk. Her sweet voice and sharp playing of several instruments always make for a memorable show.  Sponsored by the Columbus Folk Music Society, this program will also feature Heather’s partner and bassist Shawn Nadeau.
Directions: To link into the concert at 7 pm September 19, click on this link: and you should see something that says “Heather Pierson is Live now!” Click on that. (You may have to scroll down some).
You don’t need to be a Facebook member to see and hear the concert.
During the program, you’ll be told how you can contribute in appreciation of Heather’s music.  
The suggested donation is $15 for the general public and $10 for CFMS members, but any and all donations will be appreciated.
Green New Deal BandanerLaurel Hobden
Creator of the
Green New Deal BANDANER
  Wear it as a bandana/mask or display as banner
Artist and Activist,
Designer of Life Affirming Images 

(Simply Living member, see her and her signs at demonstrations)
A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart, and will
sing it to you when you have forgotten the words. ~  Camus
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Keep up on all the events, organizations, artists and their stories! Subscribe to their monthly newsletter and the Mid-Month Events E-Blast!
They showcase diverse perspectives and depth of talent in our Columbus arts community, including VIRTUAL events and activities.

Shadowbox Live is CLOSED due to COVID-19.  See event changes and rescheduled CAPA events HERE


2020 Farmers Markets in Columbus & Changes

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Columbus on the cheap logoColumbus on the Cheap lists all of the annual Farmer’s Markets scheduled for 2020. Updates are ongoing, so please check the links for latest changes. If you know of changes, leave us a comment or email

The list is organized by day of the week and includes many suburban farmers markets.

Visit and sign up for emails about" freebies, discounts,and deals"

9 AM - 12 NOON
800 E. 17TH AVE, CBUS 43211

Annual plants are nature's emergency medical service, seeded in sounds and scars to hold the land until the perennial cover is re-established.
~ Wendell Berry
8 AM - 12 NOON

450/500 W. Wilson Bridge Road

UPDATE: The City of Worthington and the State of Ohio requires the wearing of a facial covering in all public places in Worthington and Franklin County. We thank you, in advance, for wearing your mask at the Worthington Farmers Market in support of the health of our vendors, volunteers, staff and other customers. For more information on this requirement, click here:
Market Hours:
8am-9am: Reserved for high-risk and vulnerable shoppers (senior citizens, immune-compromised, etc.) Masks are REQUIRED when shopping during this first hour. Detailed info available HERE

Watch Kit make this here
and for this simple recipe, go to our blog!
Visit our Wednesday Farmers Market

Address: 508 N. Cassady Ave. Bexley, OH
Phone: 614-252-3951
Hours: Mon-Sat 10-8, Sun 11-6
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are bringing our lives into alignment with our values.
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