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Autumn Wedding Showcase

September 11, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Here is part 2 of our guide to green living in Grove City. In case you missed it, you can read part 1 here.

1. Reuse hotel linensHilton New

When you’re staying at a hotel, you can easily save water by reusing bed linens and towels. Many hotels have created company-wide policies where they won’t wash towels unless they are left on the floor by the guest, so just make sure to hang up your towels to reuse them.

2. Plan a green getaway

Explore Grove City by visiting several “green” attractions, including:

Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park & Nature Center

Living Stream at Battelle Darby Creek Metro ParkVisit the largest park in the Central Ohio metro park system, which is complete with a bison habitat, over 1600 acres of restored prairies and wetlands, and a 15,000 square foot LEED-Certified Nature Center. At the heart of the Nature Center is a 53-foot living stream for visitors to have an interactive learning experience about the riparian ecosystem within the park. The building also features low-impact design, such as a green roof, bioswales, climate-responsive design, and natural ventilation.

Mid-Ohio FoodbankMid-Ohio Foodbank

Add a volunteerism to your visit to Grove City by giving your time at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. The foodbank gathers and distributes food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, senior facilities, and after-school programs throughout Central Ohio. This is a perfect option for groups looking to add Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their meeting or event. The facility also earned a LEED Gold certification by utilizing low-impact design features, such as native landscaping, rain barrels, and using water-efficient fixtures.

Hocking Hills ZiplineHocking Hills Canopy Tours

Escape everyday life as you zip through treetops at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, located about an hour from Grove City. Each tour provides exceptional views of the Hocking Hills. Using responsible resource management was a top priority when the canopy tours were constructed, in order to maintain the pristine natural environment of the region. You can read about our zip-lining experience here.

SWACO

Perfect for student groups and groups interested in education, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) provides an informative education session followed by a tour of the landfill. The staff are very knowledgeable and provide many applicable practices that anyone can do to live more sustainably. Everyone who takes the tour leaves with the knowledge and inspiration they need to make simple changes in their lives.

3. Attend EcoFest

EcoFest covers all things related to sustainable and healthy living in Grove City. Plus, you can test drive a Tesla! The event takes place on August 20th, 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Henceroth Park. Don’t miss this fun event!

How do you practice living sustainably in Grove City? Comment below or share on social media using #SeetheGrove.

 

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #SeetheGrove

Here is part 2 of our guide to green living in Grove City. In case you missed it, you can read part 1 here.

1. Reuse hotel linensHilton New

When you’re staying at a hotel, you can easily save water by reusing bed linens and towels. Many hotels have created company-wide policies where they won’t wash towels unless they are left on the floor by the guest, so just make sure to hang up your towels to reuse them.

2. Plan a green getaway

Explore Grove City by visiting several “green” attractions, including:

Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park & Nature Center

Living Stream at Battelle Darby Creek Metro ParkVisit the largest park in the Central Ohio metro park system, which is complete with a bison habitat, over 1600 acres of restored prairies and wetlands, and a 15,000 square foot LEED-Certified Nature Center. At the heart of the Nature Center is a 53-foot living stream for visitors to have an interactive learning experience about the riparian ecosystem within the park. The building also features low-impact design, such as a green roof, bioswales, climate-responsive design, and natural ventilation.

Mid-Ohio FoodbankMid-Ohio Foodbank

Add a volunteerism to your visit to Grove City by giving your time at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. The foodbank gathers and distributes food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, senior facilities, and after-school programs throughout Central Ohio. This is a perfect option for groups looking to add Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their meeting or event. The facility also earned a LEED Gold certification by utilizing low-impact design features, such as native landscaping, rain barrels, and using water-efficient fixtures.

Hocking Hills ZiplineHocking Hills Canopy Tours

Escape everyday life as you zip through treetops at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, located about an hour from Grove City. Each tour provides exceptional views of the Hocking Hills. Using responsible resource management was a top priority when the canopy tours were constructed, in order to maintain the pristine natural environment of the region. You can read about our zip-lining experience here.

SWACO

Perfect for student groups and groups interested in education, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) provides an informative education session followed by a tour of the landfill. The staff are very knowledgeable and provide many applicable practices that anyone can do to live more sustainably. Everyone who takes the tour leaves with the knowledge and inspiration they need to make simple changes in their lives.

3. Attend EcoFest

EcoFest covers all things related to sustainable and healthy living in Grove City. Plus, you can test drive a Tesla! The event takes place on August 20th, 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Henceroth Park. Don’t miss this fun event!

How do you practice living sustainably in Grove City? Comment below or share on social media using #SeetheGrove.

 

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #SeetheGrove

Here is part 2 of our guide to green living in Grove City. In case you missed it, you can read part 1 here.

1. Reuse hotel linensHilton New

When you’re staying at a hotel, you can easily save water by reusing bed linens and towels. Many hotels have created company-wide policies where they won’t wash towels unless they are left on the floor by the guest, so just make sure to hang up your towels to reuse them.

2. Plan a green getaway

Explore Grove City by visiting several “green” attractions, including:

Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park & Nature Center

Living Stream at Battelle Darby Creek Metro ParkVisit the largest park in the Central Ohio metro park system, which is complete with a bison habitat, over 1600 acres of restored prairies and wetlands, and a 15,000 square foot LEED-Certified Nature Center. At the heart of the Nature Center is a 53-foot living stream for visitors to have an interactive learning experience about the riparian ecosystem within the park. The building also features low-impact design, such as a green roof, bioswales, climate-responsive design, and natural ventilation.

Mid-Ohio FoodbankMid-Ohio Foodbank

Add a volunteerism to your visit to Grove City by giving your time at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. The foodbank gathers and distributes food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, senior facilities, and after-school programs throughout Central Ohio. This is a perfect option for groups looking to add Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their meeting or event. The facility also earned a LEED Gold certification by utilizing low-impact design features, such as native landscaping, rain barrels, and using water-efficient fixtures.

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours

Hocking Hills ZiplineEscape everyday life as you zip through treetops at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, located about an hour from Grove City. Each tour provides exceptional views of the Hocking Hills. Using responsible resource management was a top priority when the canopy tours were constructed, in order to maintain the pristine natural environment of the region. You can read about our zip-lining experience here.

SWACO

Perfect for student groups and groups interested in education, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) provides an informative education session followed by a tour of the landfill. The staff are very knowledgeable and provide many applicable practices that anyone can do to live more sustainably. Everyone who takes the tour leaves with the knowledge and inspiration they need to make simple changes in their lives.

3. Attend EcoFest

EcoFest covers all things related to sustainable and healthy living in Grove City. Plus, you can test drive a Tesla! The event takes place on August 20th, 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Henceroth Park. Don’t miss this fun event!

How do you practice living sustainably in Grove City? Comment below or share on social media using #SeetheGrove.

 

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #SeetheGrove

Here is part 2 of our guide to green living in Grove City. In case you missed it, you can read part 1 here.

1. Reuse hotel linensHilton New

When you’re staying at a hotel, you can easily save water by reusing bed linens and towels. Many hotels have created company-wide policies where they won’t wash towels unless they are left on the floor by the guest, so just make sure to hang up your towels to reuse them.

2. Plan a green getaway

Explore Grove City by visiting several “green” attractions, including:

Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park & Nature Center

Living Stream at Battelle Darby Creek Metro ParkVisit the largest park in the Central Ohio metro park system, which is complete with a bison habitat, over 1600 acres of restored prairies and wetlands, and a 15,000 square foot LEED-Certified Nature Center. At the heart of the Nature Center is a 53-foot living stream for visitors to have an interactive learning experience about the riparian ecosystem within the park. The building also features low-impact design, such as a green roof, bioswales, climate-responsive design, and natural ventilation.

Mid-Ohio FoodbankMid-Ohio Foodbank

Add a volunteerism to your visit to Grove City by giving your time at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. The foodbank gathers and distributes food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, senior facilities, and after-school programs throughout Central Ohio. This is a perfect option for groups looking to add Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their meeting or event. The facility also earned a LEED Gold certification by utilizing low-impact design features, such as native landscaping, rain barrels, and using water-efficient fixtures.

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours

Hocking Hills ZiplineEscape everyday life as you zip through treetops at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, located about an hour from Grove City. Each tour provides exceptional views of the Hocking Hills. Using responsible resource management was a top priority when the canopy tours were constructed, in order to maintain the pristine natural environment of the region. You can read about our zip-lining experience here.

SWACO

Perfect for student groups and groups interested in education, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) provides an informative education session followed by a tour of the landfill. The staff are very knowledgeable and provide many applicable practices that anyone can do to live more sustainably. Everyone who takes the tour leaves with the knowledge and inspiration they need to make simple changes in their lives.

3. Attend EcoFestEcoFest 2015 (15)

EcoFest covers all things related to sustainable and healthy living in Grove City. Plus, you can test drive a Tesla! The event takes place on August 20th, 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Henceroth Park. Don’t miss this fun event!

How do you practice living sustainably in Grove City? Comment below or share on social media using #SeetheGrove.

 

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #SeetheGrove

Here is part 2 of our guide to green living in Grove City. In case you missed it, you can read part 1 here.

1. Reuse hotel linensHilton New

When you’re staying at a hotel, you can easily save water by reusing bed linens and towels. Many hotels have created company-wide policies where they won’t wash towels unless they are left on the floor by the guest, so just make sure to hang up your towels to reuse them.

2. Plan a green getaway

Explore Grove City by visiting several “green” attractions, including:

Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park & Nature Center

Living Stream at Battelle Darby Creek Metro ParkVisit the largest park in the Central Ohio metro park system, which is complete with a bison habitat, over 1600 acres of restored prairies and wetlands, and a 15,000 square foot LEED-Certified Nature Center. At the heart of the Nature Center is a 53-foot living stream for visitors to have an interactive learning experience about the riparian ecosystem within the park. The building also features low-impact design, such as a green roof, bioswales, climate-responsive design, and natural ventilation.

Mid-Ohio FoodbankMid-Ohio Foodbank

Add a volunteerism to your visit to Grove City by giving your time at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. The foodbank gathers and distributes food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, senior facilities, and after-school programs throughout Central Ohio. This is a perfect option for groups looking to add Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their meeting or event. The facility also earned a LEED Gold certification by utilizing low-impact design features, such as native landscaping, rain barrels, and using water-efficient fixtures.

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours

Hocking Hills ZiplineEscape everyday life as you zip through treetops at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, located about an hour from Grove City. Each tour provides exceptional views of the Hocking Hills. Using responsible resource management was a top priority when the canopy tours were constructed, in order to maintain the pristine natural environment of the region. You can read about our zip-lining experience here.

SWACO

Perfect for student groups and groups interested in education, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) provides an informative education session followed by a tour of the landfill. The staff are very knowledgeable and provide many applicable practices that anyone can do to live more sustainably. Everyone who takes the tour leaves with the knowledge and inspiration they need to make simple changes in their lives.

3. Attend EcoFestEcoFest 2015 (15)

EcoFest covers all things related to sustainable and healthy living in Grove City. Plus, you can test drive a Tesla! The event takes place on August 20th, 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Henceroth Park. Don’t miss this fun event!

How do you practice living sustainably in Grove City? Comment below or share on social media using #SeetheGrove.

 

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #SeetheGrove

Here is part 2 of our guide to green living in Grove City. In case you missed it, you can read part 1 here.

1. Reuse hotel linensHilton New

When you’re staying at a hotel, you can easily save water by reusing bed linens and towels. Many hotels have created company-wide policies where they won’t wash towels unless they are left on the floor by the guest, so just make sure to hang up your towels to reuse them.

2. Plan a green getaway

Explore Grove City by visiting several “green” attractions, including:

Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park & Nature Center

Living Stream at Battelle Darby Creek Metro ParkVisit the largest park in the Central Ohio metro park system, which is complete with a bison habitat, over 1600 acres of restored prairies and wetlands, and a 15,000 square foot LEED-Certified Nature Center. At the heart of the Nature Center is a 53-foot living stream for visitors to have an interactive learning experience about the riparian ecosystem within the park. The building also features low-impact design, such as a green roof, bioswales, climate-responsive design, and natural ventilation.

Mid-Ohio FoodbankMid-Ohio Foodbank

Add a volunteerism to your visit to Grove City by giving your time at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. The foodbank gathers and distributes food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, senior facilities, and after-school programs throughout Central Ohio. This is a perfect option for groups looking to add Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their meeting or event. The facility also earned a LEED Gold certification by utilizing low-impact design features, such as native landscaping, rain barrels, and using water-efficient fixtures.

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours

Hocking Hills ZiplineEscape everyday life as you zip through treetops at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, located about an hour from Grove City. Each tour provides exceptional views of the Hocking Hills. Using responsible resource management was a top priority when the canopy tours were constructed, in order to maintain the pristine natural environment of the region. You can read about our zip-lining experience here.

SWACO

Perfect for student groups and groups interested in education, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) provides an informative education session followed by a tour of the landfill. The staff are very knowledgeable and provide many applicable practices that anyone can do to live more sustainably. Everyone who takes the tour leaves with the knowledge and inspiration they need to make simple changes in their lives.

3. Attend EcoFestEcoFest 2015 (15)

EcoFest covers all things related to sustainable and healthy living in Grove City. Plus, you can test drive a Tesla! The event takes place on August 20th, 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Henceroth Park. Don’t miss this fun event!

How do you practice living sustainably in Grove City? Comment below or share on social media using #SeetheGrove.

 

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #SeetheGrove

Here is part 2 of our guide to green living in Grove City. In case you missed it, you can read part 1 here.

1. Reuse hotel linensHilton New

When you’re staying at a hotel, you can easily save water by reusing bed linens and towels. Many hotels have created company-wide policies where they won’t wash towels unless they are left on the floor by the guest, so just make sure to hang up your towels to reuse them.

2. Plan a green getaway

Explore Grove City by visiting several “green” attractions, including:

Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park & Nature Center

Living Stream at Battelle Darby Creek Metro ParkVisit the largest park in the Central Ohio metro park system, which is complete with a bison habitat, over 1600 acres of restored prairies and wetlands, and a 15,000 square foot LEED-Certified Nature Center. At the heart of the Nature Center is a 53-foot living stream for visitors to have an interactive learning experience about the riparian ecosystem within the park. The building also features low-impact design, such as a green roof, bioswales, climate-responsive design, and natural ventilation.

Mid-Ohio FoodbankMid-Ohio Foodbank

Add a volunteerism to your visit to Grove City by giving your time at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. The foodbank gathers and distributes food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, senior facilities, and after-school programs throughout Central Ohio. This is a perfect option for groups looking to add Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their meeting or event. The facility also earned a LEED Gold certification by utilizing low-impact design features, such as native landscaping, rain barrels, and using water-efficient fixtures.

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours

Hocking Hills ZiplineEscape everyday life as you zip through treetops at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, located about an hour from Grove City. Each tour provides exceptional views of the Hocking Hills. Using responsible resource management was a top priority when the canopy tours were constructed, in order to maintain the pristine natural environment of the region. You can read about our zip-lining experience here.

SWACO

Perfect for student groups and groups interested in education, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) provides an informative education session followed by a tour of the landfill. The staff are very knowledgeable and provide many applicable practices that anyone can do to live more sustainably. Everyone who takes the tour leaves with the knowledge and inspiration they need to make simple changes in their lives.

3. Attend EcoFestEcoFest 2015 (15)

EcoFest covers all things related to sustainable, healthy, and green living in Grove City. Plus, you can test drive a Tesla! The event takes place on August 20th, 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Henceroth Park. Don’t miss this fun event!

How do you practice living sustainably in Grove City? Comment below or share on social media using #SeetheGrove.

 

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #SeetheGrove

We are very grateful to our board of trustees for volunteering their time and talents to help us carry out the mission of our organization.

Christopher Fulton, President

Cindy Sams, Vice President

Dave Crosby, Secretary

Jodi Burroughs, Treasurer

Roby Schottke, City Council Liaison

Bev Babbert

Dustin Capobianco

Chad Dennewitz

 

 

Our team is one of the key ingredients in our recipe for success.  We strive to create a welcoming and positive atmosphere in which to do our work.

 

Amanda Davis, Executive Director

amanda@visitgrovecityoh.com

 

Sarah Lilly, Marketing Manager

sarah@visitgrovecityoh.com

 

Denise Corkwell, Office Manager

denise@visitgrovecityoh.com

 

Dany Adams, Communications Manager

dany@visitgrovecityoh.com

 
Head to Plum Run Winery for a relaxing hour of yoga practice followed by wine, spirits and good company!

Yoga instructor Amber Phillips will be guiding you through a one hour practice of a gentle vinyasa flow. This flow will be enjoyable to beginners as well as seasoned yogis.

With your purchase you will receive an hour of guided yoga practice and two glasses of wine/beer. You will receive 10 tickets, for ten 1 oz. serving size tasters (one taster per ticket) or 5 tickets that can be combined for one glass of wine.

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/yoga-and-wine-tickets-20207743906
Find the perfect wedding vendors at the Autumn Wedding Showcase, held at the Aladdin Shrine Event and Conference Center. Explore various caterers, wedding photographers, health and beauty experts, and more. There will also be information on in-home job opportunities.

There will be over 30 door prizes and brides who preregister here are admitted free.

Venue

Aladdin Shrine Event and Conference Center
1801 Gateway Circle
Grove City, OH 43123 United States
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Phone:
614.475.2609
Website:
http://visitgrovecityoh.com/attractions/aladdin-shrine-event-and-conference-center/

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