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  • Charley's Grilled Subs
    This year?s concert, The Great American Songbook: Opera Meets Big Band, highlights 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s hits, as well as popular American songs in the style of the Gilded Age, New Orleans jazz, and Broadway musicals. The Rick Brunetto Big Band, a 17-piece orchestra, will pump the playful tunes into the park's fresh air, where they'll float into eardrums and make friends with ossicles. Guided by master of ceremonies Cabot Rea, the opera program will feature renowned works of American composers and cereal commercial jingles performed by talented belters such as Mark Baker, Rebecca Keck, Craig Montgomery, and David Weaver. The zoo?s very own Jungle Jack Hanna will serve as honorary chair of the event, while ensuring any ruckus in the monkey cages is kept to a minimum.
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    9990 Riverside Dr
    Powell, OH US
  • Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Animal expert Jack Hanna is still the public face of this zoo, whose quality he elevated while serving as director throughout the '80s. These days, more than 10,000 animals from around the world roam through natural-looking habitats. Notable residents include Colo, the first gorilla born in captivity; asian elephants; large monitor lizards; giraffes you can feed; and stingrays you can pet.
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    4850 Powell Road
    Powell, OH US
  • Hopewell Culture Nhp
    Hopewell Park is home to one of Ohio’s historic treasures: earthen mounds made by Indigenous Americans. Well worth the hour drive south, these 23 structures provide a fascinating glimpse at the cultures that inhabited the area as far back as 200 B.C.E. Believed to be tombs for tribal leaders and gathering places for feasts, they're some of the most notable Native American remnants on the continent.
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    16062 Highway 104
    Chillicothe, OH US
  • Idle-Hour Ranch
    There is nothing run-of-the-mill about Idle-Hour Ranch. With more than 200 animals, including 40+ species, the Iddings family's exotic menagerie has grown quite a bit over the years. Guests to the ranch can meet one of its most beloved residents, Sam the giraffe, or catch glimpses of mountain lions and peacocks. Open to visitors on the weekend, various attractions include a mini farm market, a safari-themed corn maze, and face painting.
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    4845 Fenner Road
    Troy, OH US

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