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Bexley Harvest Festival is this Friday!

Friday, October 18th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Jeffrey Meadow

Come out to Jeffrey Meadow (behind the Jeffrey Mansion) to celebrate our annual Harvest Festival! This event is a great time for the entire family. Activities include a corn maze, hay rides, enchanted walk, live music, balloons, face painting and a bonfire! Several community groups will be selling food! Stop by and join us for some fall fun. There is no charge for admission!


Sustainable Gardening with Green Bexley Boot Camp

October 16, 5:30 - 7:00 pm at the North Community Gardens

The ESAC is looking forward to kicking off Green Bexley Boot Camp with their first event in the series, Sustainable Gardening. This event starts at 5:30 pm, and will take place at the North Community Garden near the Bexley Police Department. At this event, you'll learn the ins and outs of sustainable gardening and ways you can make your garden even greener!

Additional Green Bexley Boot Camp Events:

  • October 30, 5:30 - 7:00 pm: Transportation Night @ Bexley City Hall
  • November 6, 6:00 - 7:30 pm: Green Parents @ the Bexley Public Library
  • November 13, 6:00 - 7:30 pm: Food Waste 101 @ Bexley Public Library
  • November 20, 6:00 - 7:30 pm: Green Drinks – Location TBA!

For more information about this program, or additional programs happening in the future, please visit www.bexley.org/bootcamp


Drexel Gala & Benefit Concert

Tuesday, October 22, 6:30 - 9:00 pm at the Lincoln Theatre

The Drexel's Hometown Theatre presents Hometown Star Power, featuring Bexley native Josh Radnor of How I Met Your Mother and Radnor & Lee. Enjoy VIP Reception with Hors d'oeuvres and cocktails with a special appearance by Josh Radnor, followed by a benefit concert by singer-songwriter duo Radnor & Lee. Proceeds benefit the Drexel Theatre and Friends of the Drexel Inc. To find more information or to purchase tickets for this event, please click here.


Bexley Cultural Exchange: What is Sukkot?

Begins at Sunset on October 13, 2019

You might have noticed temporary tent-like structures being carefully constructed throughout our community this time of year. What you’re observing is part of a centuries-old Jewish celebration of Sukkot. The festival of Sukkot was originally a thanksgiving celebration of fruit and harvest, and the temporary sukkahs are a ceremonial reminder of 40 years of travel after the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. During the festival, celebrants eat meals together for eight nights within the shelter of the sukkah. Chag Sameach, or happy holiday, to all of our neighbors celebrating the festival of Sukkot.


Havenwood Park Public Workshop on October 10

Havenwood Park is a beautiful passive park nestled between Cassingham and Euclaire, south of Astor.  It is home to some of our arboretum specimen trees that can’t be found anywhere else in the City, and it hosts Bexley’s Jazz in the Park summer series.  We’re working with Spruce Designs to hone the park’s landscape plan, and to incorporate some more purposeful planting plans that will enhance the arboretum aspect of the park. Our kick-off public workshop is this Thursday, October 10th, at Havenwood Park!