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October 1, 2022
October 2, 2022
Worthington Division of Police
October 2, 2022
Worthington Fire Department
October 8, 2022
Streets of downtown Worthington
October 15, 2022
The Worthington Farmers Market is returning to the downtown historic district for the summer season, May through October 2021. Organizers worked with public health partners to develop an expanded layout and safety protocols to create a safe shopping experience for visitors and vendors.
The Rotary Family Picnic is back this Labor Day weekend! Postponed from July 4th, the Family Picnic brings Supergames, food trucks, vendors and more to the Worthington community for a day full of family fun. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and join your neighbors for the picnic and activities on the front lawn of Thomas Worthington High School. This annual community event is presented by the Dublin Worthington Rotary Club.
City offices, including the Worthington Community Center and Griswold Center will be closed for the Labor Day holiday. Trash collection will shift from Friday to Saturday.
The Worthington City Council meets the first three Mondays of every month, with the exception of the Council recess in August. Follow the information link to download Council agendas, meeting materials and minutes.
Join Worthington Libraries staff for a "spirit"ed discussion of a great book! BYOB and meet via Zoom. When registering, please make sure your email address is correct as Zoom invitations will be emailed 24 hours before the event. Selected title: "Last Call" by Elon Green
Due to the Labor Day holiday, trash pickup shifts to Saturday this week.
Gather with the Worthington community to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks and recognize first responders, volunteers and others who protect our safety and freedoms.
Monthly themed dining, shopping and entertainment in Worthington's historic district.
Worthington Park Library
Worthington Libraries staff members, who are native English speakers, will lead informal, friendly conversations designed for adult English learners at all levels. Registration is required.
Talking about issues related to race, racism and social justice isn't easy, but if we want to see positive change in ourselves and our community, we have to be willing to address what makes us uncomfortable. Join Worthington Libraries staff each month and, with the help of books, movies, art and/or guest speakers, we'll discuss where we've been, where we are and the future society we hope to build. Presented in partnership with the City of Worthington Community Relations Commission and Worthington Libraries.
September activity: Kiara Yakita, founder and president of Black Liberation Movement Central Ohio, will present on organizing and lessons learned from the past year of frontline activism for Black lives. She will also discuss allyship and long-term anti-racist activism, explaining the little things we can all do each day so anti-racism becomes a permanent part of our lives, not just a temporary protest chant.
The Worthington Resource Pantry will host its second annual Home Stretch, a family-friendly 5k run, walk, or stroll to support neighbors facing food insecurity. The event is presented by sponsor Hyperion Materials & Technologies and will be held from Saturday, September 25 through Saturday, October 2.
To participate in this Worthington Libraries book discussion group that's all about food, prepare a recipe from one of the selected cookbooks, and come ready to talk about your experience! Selected titles: "Aloha Kitchen" by Alana Kysar and "Cook Real Hawai'i" by Garrett Snyder and Sheldon Simeon