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Author: Gary Gardiner

First Frog Friday For 2018

Children had their run of the wetlands at Highlands Park during the first Frog Friday the season. Mark Dilley of MAD Scientist introduced the kids to the excitement of looking for tadpoles, frogs, toads, fish, birds, plants, and a variety of flora and fauna at the rebuilt wetlands that once was a stream through farmland.

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What’s Happening In Westerville Tuesday, April 3, 2018

There is already a “city park” where the city will receive land for a new park at city council meeting. It’s called a “resident made” park and the intent is to have it remain so when approved. More than 8 acres of bike trails. Also scheduled is street repair funding. It’s possible if you arrive at the right moment in the library you’ll watch a post-Easter egg hunt result. At the library. And, while you’re watching a marvel of nature you can ask a lawyer about how best to provide for your chicken in its retirement years. 

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What’s Happening in Westerville, Monday, April 2, 2018

If the weather forecast is correct, you’ll wake up in the morning with snow on your daffodils and crocuses. Sorry about your winter luck. Fortunately, there’s little chance that delicate blossoms will be damaged by the cold because there are so few of them. Wonder what it has been like on April 2, in 2012 and 2013? And, the kids are still out of school for Monday.

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What’s Happening In Westerville Friday, March 30, 2018

It’s Good Friday and few activities are planned in Westerville. There are a number of church services marking the religious holiday. Of note will be the annual procession through Uptown of a portrayal of Christ carrying his cross trailed by his emotional followers and several Roman soldiers clearing the way. It ends at Church of the Messiah in time for its noon services.

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South State Street Starbucks To Get New Entrance

Westerville Planning Commission approved plans for a new entrance to service customers at the Starbucks on South State Street. The changes will eliminate the bottleneck and illegal u-turns that have plagued the company since South State Street and Schrock Road were rebuilt last year.

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