Springtime feels like it’s just around the corner. All we have to do is make it through the muddy season, so grab your boots, some friends and have a good time. Luckily there are plenty of fun events still happening in our area. I’ll be highlighting attractions, activities – both online and off – and festivals from around the state here every week. From local music and shows to options for those of you who don’t mind traveling a bit, there’s something for everyone. Be sure to double-check all activities, as cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic can occur. The events listed are for March 4 – 13.
Haley, Luke and Max. Pop into Georgetown Vineyards and check out this trio of talented teens. Don’t forget to grab a pizza and enjoy the view while you’re there. The show is scheduled to run from 6 to 9 p.m. and there is no cover charge for the event. For more information call 740-435-3222. Georgetown Vineyards, 62920 Georgetown Road, Cambridge.
Marietta: Holistic Health and Psychic Fair. Make the scenic drive to Marietta and possibly get a glimpse into your future. Come speak with a psychic or medium. Put on by the Angel Gift Center, Vicky Kimble, and the Rev. Carol Borkoski, admission to the event is $5 per person, with readings starting at $30. There will be vendors on-site as well. For more information, call 740-769-2128. The fair is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. and tickets can be purchased at www.carolborkoski.com. Historic Lafayette Hotel, 101 Front Street, Marietta.
Ethan Timm. A little pre-St. Patrick’s Day jam session is always enjoyable. Head down to Weasel Boy Brewing in Zanesville to hear the vocal stylings of Ethan Timm. The acoustic guitarist and singer will be performing from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., covering classics and original pieces as well. Social distancing and COVID guidelines will be in place. For more information, call 740-455-3767. Weasel Boy Brewing, 126 Muskingum Ave., Suite E, Zanesville.
Maple Sugaring Day. Interested in learning about maple syrup production? Need to get kids out of the house for a field trip? Oglebay has you covered. According to its Facebook event page you can experience the history of maple syrup production at stations along the forested trails of the sugar bush. See a wide variety of sugaring techniques, from the Native American way through modern methods. Each tour lasts approximately 60 minutes and includes a hot pancake breakfast. Pre-registration is encouraged. There will also be a 50/50 raffle. Check-in and meet at Camp Russell in Oglebay Park. For more information and to register, call 304-242-6855. Oglebay Camp Russell, Wheeling.
Don’t forget as highlighted in last week’s column:
- March 5 – Craig Robinson at the Pittsburgh Improv. Featured in hit movies and shows like ‘Hot Tub Time Machine’, ‘Pineapple Express’ and ‘The Office’, don’t miss your chance to see him live. Tickets run from $35 to $85 and can be purchased at https://improv.com. For more information, call 412-462-5233. Pittsburgh Improv Comedy Club, 166 East Bridge Street, Homestead, PA.
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