The German Village Business Community has a pretty amazing weekend planned.
On August 11, the area will celebrate Sunday Funday, a showcase of local businesses and community organizations in German Village. Visitors will be able to shop, dine, and stroll around the village.
Summer will be over before we know it, so we’d better start making the best of it now! And Sunday Funday is the perfect way to explore this historic Columbus neighborhood. What kind of stuff can you do at Sunday Funday? Let me explain.
Tour German Village
A walking tour of German Village will kick off at 1 p.m. Meet up at 588 S. 3rd Street to learn more about the unique history of the neighborhood.
Hit up the St. Mary’s Farmers Market
The Sunday Funday special edition Saint Mary Farmers Market will start at 9 am. Stop by and grab fresh local food, including yummy baked goods and sweet treats.
Build your own bouquet
German Village is home to the cutest little flower shop, Three Buds. They have a build your own bouquet bar that’s easily in my top 10 favorite things to do in Columbus, and it’s certainly worth checking out on Sunday Funday.
Take a food tour with Columbus Food Adventures
Eating and walking is really the way to explore German Village. The Walking Food Tour is hosted by Columbus Food Adventures and will feature 7 delicious neighborhood tastes. The tour goes from 2 pm to 6 p.m. Tickets available in advance online.
Get some shopping done
Stop by a variety of shops in German Village where you can purchase some artisan goods, handcrafted jewelry, art, food, and much more.
End the night with a little drama
Shakespeare in Schiller Park is the perfect way to finish off your Sunday Funday. Catch “As You Like It” brought to you by the Actors’ Theatre of Columbus at 8 pm. Bring a blanket and enjoy the show.
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