EVENTS IN ORANGE TOWNSHIP

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Orange Celebration's Featured Supporter 

This month's featured supporter is the Orange Branch of the Delaware County District Library. The DCDL is more than books, offering a wide variety of materials and services not only to those who visit our branches, but also for those who are unable to physically visit one of our branches. We look forward to helping you with whatever you need. Browse our services to learn more about what we have to offer. You can also support our library by volunteering, donating or become a friend. Donating to the DCDL can be a unique and lasting tribute to a friend or loved one.  For more information about our programs and services, please click more below.

Current Events

Camp & Ride at Alum Creek, June 22 - June 24, Alum Creek State Park - We will be staying overnight at Alum Creek on Friday for those interested in camping. Our ride will start at 9 am on Saturday. Hope to see you there! LEARN MORE  


Firefly Fire, Friday, June 22, 8pm - 9:30pm, Highbanks Day Camp, Highbanks Metro Park - Enjoy a campfire and chase fireflies. Bring seating.  All ages. No sign up required. LEARN MORE


Exciting Volunteer Opportunities Coming Up at Habitat! Volunteers (of any age) are needed to assist customers during our Annual Flower Sale during the following shifts: Friday, June 22, 9:15am - 1:30pm and 1:15pm - 5:30pm or Saturday, June 23, 10am - 3pm. LEARN MORE or DOWNLOAD A FLYER


Nature Scavenger Hunt, Saturday, June 23, Highbanks Metro Park - Stop by the nature center and pick up a wildlife scavenger hunt to compete in the park. Turn the scavenger hunt back in to the nature center to win a small prize.  LEARN MORE


BBQ Pool Party, Saturday, June 23, Mount Carmel Fitness Center - 3rd Annual Barbecue Pool Party! Members and the community are invited to join us for a barbecue, games, giveaways and more. Plus, enjoy full access to our state‑of‑the‑art facility, including our exercise and lap pool. We look forward to seeing you there! LEARN MORE 


2nd Annual Summer Nights, June 23, 7pm, North Orange Park - Franklin Xpress will again kick off this fun event with food trucks & family friendly local vendors on hand to keep you busy until it’s time to sit down and watch Sherlock Gnomes under the stars. Be sure to bring blankets & bug spray. LEARN MORE


Olentangy
Summer Bash

Olentangy High School
Saturday, June 30th
Gates open at 4PM
Entertainment starts at 6PM
FIREWORKS AT 10PM

2018 Olentangy 4th of July Parade

Olentangy Fourth of July Parade

Wednesday, July 4th at 10AM
Starts at Olentangy Orange High School to Walker Woods Blvd, ends at Walker Woods Park
To participate in parade or volunteer, click REGISTER below.

ADDITIONAL LISTINGS...

MingoMan Youth Splash-n-Dash, Saturday, June 23, 8am - 10am, Delaware State Park - Calling the youth of Central Ohio and those of the Mingoman Triathlon participants to Delaware State Park on Saturday, June 23 for a fun and fast-growing sport that combines running and swimming - the Mingoman Youth Splash & Dash. The swim will take place in the Delaware reservoir (water depth 3-4 feet) and the run on the trails around Delaware State Park.  The focus is on PARTICIPATION rather than competition. The event will expose youth participants to USA Triathlon and the exciting world of multisport! Participants will be timed but finishes are not awarded special recognition. All events within the series will be USA Triathlon sanctioned.  Event is open to youth ages 7 - 15. Age is based on age of December 31, 2018.  LEARN MORE


Drop in Discovery: Celebrate Pollinators, Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24, 12pm, Deer Haven, Preservation Park - Drop in to the Deer Haven Visitor Center and celebrate National Pollinator Week. Join us for crafts and a scavenger hunt highlighting these important animals. Walk the trails and use our field nets and bug jars or bring your own to explore the variety of beautiful colors, shapes and forms that make up our local insect fauna.  LEARN MORE


For Families: Wildlife Hike, Sunday, June 24, 2pm - 3pm, Highbanks Metro Park - Join a naturalist on a 1 mile hike along the Scenic River Trail to search for wildlife in the area. LEARN MORE


5th Annual MingoMan Triathlon & Duathlon, Sunday, June 24, 7:30am - 12:30pm, Delaware - On June 24, 2018, the 5th annual MingoMan Triathlon & Duathlon will be packed with heart-pounding action as a point-to-point triathlon starting with a swim in the reservoir of Delaware State Park, a bike race to the heart of the City of Delaware, and finally an exciting run through the streets of Delaware. LEARN MORE


Kids Brown Bag Lunch: Pollinators, Tuesday, June 26, 11am - 12pm, Highbanks Oak Coves Picnic Areaw, Highbanks Metro Park - Bring your picnic lunch and blanket to learn about the many animals and plant interactions throughout the park.  LEARN MORE


Ohio Trails Partnership, Tuesday, June 26, 2pm - 4pm, Horace R. Collins Laboratory (3307 S. Old State Road) - The Ohio Department of Natural Resources & the Ohio Trails Partnership need your help to create the state’s next plan for recreational trails of all types across the state!  TRAIL TYPES TO BE DISCUSSED: Backpacking and Nature Trails, Multi-use, Greenway Paths, Water Trails, Motorized Recreational Trails, Equestrian Trails & Mountain Bike Trails.  Everyone is welcome to attend; input from trail managers, planners, advocates & trail users are needed.  RSVP to trails@dnr.state.oh.us


Howl at the Moon, Tuesday, June 26, 8:30pm - 10pm, Highbanks Metro Park - Enjoy a 3.5-mile hike with your dog. Please no leashes longer than 6 feet. Bring a flashlight. Tick prevention recommended.  LEARN MORE


DIY Record Clocks, Wednesday, June 27, 2pm - 3pm, Orange Branch, Delaware Library - Build your own working clock using a record and customized guitar picks!  LEARN MORE 


Miller Light Bike Tour Stop, Thursday, June 28, 8pm - 10pm, Fenders - Join 99.7 The Blitz and Miller Lite Thursday, June 28th for the Bike Night stop at Fenders in Westerville. Ronni Hunter 99.7 The Blitz is there from 8pm-10pm with your chance to get registered to win an Iron 1200 Harley Davidson courtesy of our friends at No Cages Harley-Davidson!  Plus hear live music from Acoustic Mayhem Stripped with Violin Steve! Music starts at 8:30pm. 12 Finalists will be selected at each stop and invited to the finale on August 25th at Press Box in Grove City where we will pick a winner!  LEARN MORE


Live at Polaris, Thursday, June 28, 6:30pm - 9pm, Polaris Lifestyle Center - Featuring Mojoflo. Concerts are open to the general public and admission is completely free. Seating for the concerts is open-lawn. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Please note, no sporting equipment, coolers, alcoholic beverages, picnic tables, balloons, pets or smoking is permitted. Attendees can purchase adult beverages from local charities with all proceeds benefiting the charities’ causes. Ronald McDonald House Charity of Central Ohio, Columbus Inspires, and Epilepsy Foundation are the local charities for 2018. LEARN MORE


Bookworms Book Club, Thursday, June 28, 6:30pm = 7:30pm, Orange Branch, Delaware Library - Ages 8 - 12. Calling all super readers! Join us for a special summer meeting of Bookworms Book Club in the Imagination Garden (weather permitting) where we will be joined by Sticky Fingers Ice Cream!  So grab a copy of Dog Man by Dav Pilky, read it, and bring it with you to our meeting to discuss! Snacks will be provided & ice cream will be available for purchase. Participants will all be entered into a raffle for a free book!   LEARN MORE


International Mud Day, Friday, June 29, 10am - 12pm, Highbanks Big Meadow Picnic Area, Highbanks Metro Park - Get down and dirty as you make mud pies, dig for worms, and play in the giant mud pit.  LEARN MORE


Creature Feature: Friday Feeding, Friday, June 29, 1pm - 1:30pm, Highbanks Metro Park - Watch the Naturalist feed the education reptiles and amphibians and learn what it takes to care for these animals.  LEARN MORE


The Great Escape Outdoor Inflatable Bounce House Carnival, Saturday, June 30, 11am - 6pm, Delaware County Fairgrounds - Bring the little ones for some fun family entertainment. Entry fee: $5 per person. Cash Only Ticket purchases.  Enjoy food offerings on site or bring chairs, a blanket and a picnic lunch to` enjoy the beautiful outdoors!  There will be an array of large and small bounce houses, waterslides, combo bounce house units and more!  Bring your friends for the Sports Fusion Arena 3 on 3 Soccer, Basketball and Volleyball games. 18 years and up only. $3 tickets can be purchased at the entrance table.  Have some fun with the jousting or boxing matches. 18 years and up only. Helmets required. $3 tickets can be purchased at the entrance table. All Sporting Events take place inside a HUGE full length Inflatable court!! Sign-ups are day of event!  LEARN MORE


Red, White and Blue, Saturday, June 30, 10am - 7pm, Highbanks Metro Park - Enjoy a display of red, white, and blue animals and plants found in the park along with other patriotic critters. LEARN MORE


4th of July Parade - Delaware, OH, Wednesday, July 4th, 3pm - 4:30pm,  -  Registration starts at noon at the fair grounds. Parade starts promptly at 3:00pm. Parade route will be the same as previous years.  LEARN MORE


Live at Polaris, Thursday, July 5, 6:30pm - 9pm, Polaris Lifestyle Center - Featuring Stadium 11. Concerts are open to the general public and admission is completely free. Seating for the concerts is open-lawn. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Please note, no sporting equipment, coolers, alcoholic beverages, picnic tables, balloons, pets or smoking is permitted. Attendees can purchase adult beverages from local charities with all proceeds benefiting the charities’ causes. Ronald McDonald House Charity of Central Ohio, Columbus Inspires, and Epilepsy Foundation are the local charities for 2018. LEARN MORE


One Lap of Columbus for PTSD Awareness, Friday, July 6, 4pm - 11:30pm, Quaker Steak & Lube - Annual One Lap of Columbus for PTSD Awareness.  Brought to you by the Ohio G/Z/GTR Club, an Ohio-registered nonprofit organization.  Join us and participate in a fundraising awareness event to benefit military veterans affected by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  A presidential police escort will be provided by the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The lap route for 2018 is to be determined. LEARN MORE


Summer Night Hike, Friday, July 6, 9:30pm - 12:30am, Deer Haven Park, Preservation Park - How do animals survive in darkness? Discover how animals use sight, smell, hearing and touch to navigate the darkness as we use OUR senses to explore the parks at night. Listen for owls, watch for lightning bugs, catch the smell of the night air, and even star gaze on these fun family hikes. No flashlights needed. Free, ages 7+.  LEARN MORE


Live at Polaris, Thursday, July 12, 6:30pm - 9pm, Polaris Lifestyle Center - Featuring The Conspiracy Band. Concerts are open to the general public and admission is completely free. Seating for the concerts is open-lawn. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Please note, no sporting equipment, coolers, alcoholic beverages, picnic tables, balloons, pets or smoking is permitted. Attendees can purchase adult beverages from local charities with all proceeds benefiting the charities’ causes. Ronald McDonald House Charity of Central Ohio, Columbus Inspires, and Epilepsy Foundation are the local charities for 2018. LEARN MORE


Delaware Family Festival, Saturday, July 14, 11am - 2pm, Andrews House - The Delaware Family Festival is a group of neighboring non-profit organizations and churches in the Winter Street area who are hosting a “Block Party” to build community and fellowship with music, free fun activities, and food for people of all ages in the Delaware Community. All are welcome!   LEARN MORE


Thursday Evening Concert, Thursday, July 19, 7pm - 9:30pm, Gallant Woods Preserve, Preservation Park - Enjoy music in the great outdoors at beautiful Gallant Woods Park. Tonight we present the classic rock group Agent 99. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Free admission and parking. No reservation necessary. No alcohol please. Free, all ages.  LEARN MORE


Live at Polaris, Thursday, July 19, 6:30pm - 9pm, Polaris Lifestyle Center - Featuring Shucking Bubba. Concerts are open to the general public and admission is completely free. Seating for the concerts is open-lawn. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Please note, no sporting equipment, coolers, alcoholic beverages, picnic tables, balloons, pets or smoking is permitted. Attendees can purchase adult beverages from local charities with all proceeds benefiting the charities’ causes. Ronald McDonald House Charity of Central Ohio, Columbus Inspires, and Epilepsy Foundation are the local charities for 2018. LEARN MORE


Drop in Discovery: Bats, July 21, 11am and July 22, 11am, Shale Hollow Reserve - Discover what makes bats so special through activities and special guests. On Sunday, Ohio Nature Education will have native bats on display from 2-4 p.m. Free, all ages.  LEARN MORE


Delaware Classic Car Show, Saturday, July 21, 7am - 6pm, Downtown Delaware - he 2018 Performance Classic Car Show. When is the show? Saturday, July 21, 2018. Registration will take place Saturday from 7:00 am to 11:00 am, with judging from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm with presentation of awards at 3:00 p.m. What makes this car show special? Camaraderie with fellow participants, family atmosphere and fantastic local businesses. When is the show? Saturday, July 21, 2018. Registration will take place Saturday from 7:00 am to 11:00 am, with judging from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm with presentation of awards at 3:00 p.m.  What makes this car show special? Camaraderie with fellow participants, family atmosphere and fantastic local businesses. How are awards presented? 100 Event trophies will awarded, along with 10 best of trophies.  

When is the Cruise? Cruise will take place Friday July 20, 2018 at (location TBD). Activities will start at 6pm and there will be food, music and fun. This will also be your last chance to pre-register for the show! LEARN MORE


Scholastic Summer Reading Road Trip at Fundamentals, Sunday, July 22, 2pm - 4pm, Fundamentals Children's Books, Toys, and Games - Join Scholastic on the ultimate reading road trip, as we tour the country with our favorite authors, illustrators, and characters!  This July Scholastic is partnering with bookstores and libraries in communities nationwide, hosting reading festivals for families with kids ages 0-12. Bring your reader to this fun (and FREE!) family event to meet authors, take photos with beloved costume characters, win prizes, and more.  LEARN  MORE


Live at Polaris, Thursday, July 26, 6:30pm - 9pm, Polaris Lifestyle Center - Featuring The McCartney Project. Concerts are open to the general public and admission is completely free. Seating for the concerts is open-lawn. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Please note, no sporting equipment, coolers, alcoholic beverages, picnic tables, balloons, pets or smoking is permitted. Attendees can purchase adult beverages from local charities with all proceeds benefiting the charities’ causes. Ronald McDonald House Charity of Central Ohio, Columbus Inspires, and Epilepsy Foundation are the local charities for 2018. LEARN MORE


Supplies For Scholars Main Event, Friday, July 27, 9am - 11am, United Way of Delaware County - Supplies For Scholars Main event is more than just shopping for back to school supplies. Come get haircuts, school photos, health screenings, fun activities and more. ALL FOR FREE!  LEARN MORE


Movie Under the Stars, Friday, July 27, 8pm - 9:30pm, Deer Haven Preserve, Preservation Park - Join us for a classic as we present Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds (PG-13) on the outdoor big screen. Before the movie take a sunset hike and observe the nightime flying creatures. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Activities begin at 8 p.m. and the movie will begin at 9 p.m. Free, all ages. LEARN MORE


The fifth annual “Miles for Smiles 5K Run/Walk,” presented by North Orange Family Dentistry, Saturday, July 28, 8am, North Orange Park in Lewis Center.  The proceeds from the race will benefit the Free to Smile Foundation. Free to Smile Foundation is dedicated to supporting and sustaining comprehensive, quality surgical and dental services to poor and underprivileged children and adolescents throughout the world. To this end, their volunteers and partner organizations will provide free surgical, dental and educational care for all that are served by the foundation across the globe.  KIDS FUN RUN (100 yards, recommended for kids age 7 and under) will be held at 7:50am.  Click on link for race information and registration. LEARN MORE 


Food Truck Festival, Saturday, July 28, 4pm - 9pm, Delaware County Fairgrounds - Food Truck Festival to support the Delaware Pacer Bands. There will be face painting, several food trucks and some live music.  LEARN MORE


Well Beyond 60! EXPO, Tuesday, July 31, Ohio State Fair - Join the Ohio Department of Aging "Well Beyond 60!” Expo during Senior Day at the Ohio State Fair on Tuesday, July 31, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Central Park. The event is free with fair admission, which is only $4 all day for visitors age 60 and older.  LEARN MORE


2nd Annual Summer Nights, August 3, North Orange Park - Family friendly bands will again kick off this fun event with food trucks & local vendors on hand to keep you busy until it’s time to sit down and enjoy the movie under the stars. Residents will again be able to cast their vote & decide what movie will be played at each event. Stay tuned….more details to come! LEARN MORE


Full - Family Farm Chores, Saturday, August 11, 9am - 11am, Stratford Ecological CenterExpose your family to where their food really comes from by joining Stratford’s Farmer during morning chores. Take a turn feeding the goats and sheep, put your hand under a hen while collecting eggs and pacify the hungry hogs with homegrown grains and more!  $15 per family, limit 6 families - Registration required - Register at  http://stratfordecologicalcenter.org/store/


Triathlon for Hope (All Female), Saturday, August 18, 8am - 11am, Alum Creek State Park - This is the 7th annual all-female triathlon designed to raise awareness about early detection of breast cancer, research into eradicating the disease, recognizing the survivors and those living with breast cancer, and remembering those who have been lost to this terrible disease. The proceeds from the event are donated to local breast cancer organizations to fund breast cancer research and awareness activities. The past six years, the event has contributed several thousand dollars to local breast cancer charitable organizations through your participation in this triathlon.  LEARN MORE


Music Under the Paper Moon, Saturday, August 18, 6:30pm - 8:30pm, Gallant Farm Park, Preservation Park - In the 1930’s, one could pose with their special someone on a “paper moon hanging over a cardboard sea” at a carnival or fair for a nickel. Visit the farm, get your one-of-a-kind photo taken in front of our paper moon, and enjoy refreshments, games and live music.  LEARN MORE


Movie Under the Stars: The Big Year, Friday, August 31, 8pm - 11pm, Deer Haven Preserve - Laugh along with the birding comedy The Big Year (PG) on the outdoor big screen starring Jack Back and Steve Martin. Two birding enthusiasts try to defeat the cutthroat world record holder in a year-long bird-spotting competition. Before the movie meet live birds from Ohio Nature Education and take a sunset hike to observe creatures flying overhead at night. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket. Free, all ages. Activities begin at 8 and the movie will begin at 9.  LEARN MORE


Labor Day Campout - Delaware, Sept 1 - Sept 2, Alum Creek State ParkJoin staff and volunteers to celebrate the last holiday of the summer!  LEARN MORE


2018 Delaware County Fair, September 15 - 22, 2018 - The 2018 Delaware County Fair will be held September 15-22. Come join the fun!  LEARN MORE 


Harvest Fair, Saturday, September 22, 10am - 4pm, Stratford Ecological Center - Help us celebrate the harvest at one of Stratford’s biggest events of the year! Kids of all ages can discover their inner farmer at this family friendly event. Climb a tractor, paint your face, feed the chickens, ride a horse drawn wagon, and hike the trails. It is a great opportunity to get the kids outside to have fun with the Stratford family!  $5 per person. No registration needed.  LEARN MORE


Alum Creek State Park Fall Fest, October 5 and 6, Alum Creek State Park - You are invited to join us at Alum Creek State Park for are annual fall fest activities. We will be having a scavenger hunt, night hikes, seasonal movies at our amphitheater and the wonderfully scary VIP "Haunted Trail" and this is all just on Friday night.  We will have wagon rides, a disc golf tournament on the 9 hole Ft Cheshire course, fishing, tye dye plus a lot of other activities for all ages.  LEARN MORE 


Marching Pioneer Mistletoe Market, Sunday, October 14, 12pm - 4pm, Olentangy Orange High School - On October 14, we will host the first annual Mistletoe Market! Our vendors produce the finest handcrafted items in Ohio! We hope you will join us for a family friendly event!   LEARN MORE


Igniting Souls Conference, Friday, October 26, 2:30pm - 8:30pm, Hilton Columbus Polaris - Everything you want awaits you—just on the other side. But before you can do your dream, you must first CLOSE THE GAP.  Also see Author Academy Awards.   LEARN MORE


O N G O I N G  E V E N T S


- CLOSED - Main Street Delawares Farmers Market, Now thru October 28, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays and from 3 to 6 p.m. on Wednesdays, On the shady side of Sandusky Street in the heart of Historic Downtown Delaware - Main Street Farmers’ Markets offer an enticing array of seasonal fresh produce, baked goods, live and cut flowers and plants, and craft items including homemade soap and pottery. Income-eligible senior citizens can get vouchers for farmers’ market foods from SourcePoint.


Walk with a Doc, Every Saturday, 8:30am, Polaris Mall - Every Saturday we walk, talk, and exercise our way to a healthier you! - Learn with a high yield health discussion given by a local expert healthcare provider - Exercise with new friends, doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals. What's better than a walking opportunity with others, healthy tips for smart living, and way to talk to your doctors and nurses without any copays!? Come... Walk with a Doc! Ask questions, get to know your doctors, and have a great time improving your life! Join Us at the next one! We'll check blood pressures, give away lots of free stuff, and get you to use exercise as medicine to improve your life!  Be green and bring a reusable water bottle from home to stay hydrated!  LEARN MORE 


Hike Ohio! - Novices of the outdoors - This group is for anyone who likes to hike and walk on nature trails, backpacking trails and just about anywhere in the great outdoors. All those who are dedicated to hiking excursions in Ohio, with a focus on leaving no trace of litter on our lands can join us! We will get together for evening hikes on metro parks trails, gather for day hikes in the Ohio State park and forest system and maybe even do overnight trips if anyone is interested. Lace up your hikers and hit the trail with us! And don't forget to check out the Polls section to vote on when/where to go on the next hike. We are trying to get some dog friendly hikes in for you and your canine companions. Check out the calendar for upcoming meet ups.  LEARN MORE


Saturday Morning Run Through Highbanks Metro Park Trails! - EVERY SATURDAY: NEW TIME! 8:00 a.m. Highbanks Metro Park. We meet at the third parking lot of the Oak Coves Picnic Area—near the restrooms. We’ll plan on running one or two loops (7-14 miles) but we can help you with a route if you want to do a different distance. Just get out here and RUN! It's beautiful here! LEARN MORE


Your Neighborhood Clinic, 1st Wednesday of each month, 10am - 11:30am, Delaware General Health District - Call 740-203-2040. LEARN MORE


Olentangy Area Seniors, 1st Wednesday of each month, 11:45am, Orange Township Moffett Room - Join us for lunch and activities. Call 740-591-8077.  LEARN MORE


Do you have a local event in the Orange Township area you would like for us to promote for free? - Here is a great opportunity to get the word out about your upcoming events. We will promote it for free! Seminars, fundraisers, grand openings, or something else, email the info to us and we'll post it for free! LEARN MORE

2018 Car & Booster Seat Inspection Schedule for Orange Township

CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION and OTHER LOCATIONS (pdf file)
CLOSED

Saturday, February 24, 9am - noon
Orange Township Fire Station #361
7700 Gooding Blvd, Delaware, 43015.

CLOSED

Wednesday, May 2, 4pm - 7pm
Orange Township Fire Station #361
7700 Gooding Blvd, Delaware, 43015

July 25

Wednesday, July 25, 4pm - 7pm
Orange Township Fire Station #361
7700 Gooding Blvd, Delaware, 43015

October 17

Wednesday, October 17, 4pm - 7pm
Orange Township Fire Station #361
7700 Gooding Blvd, Delaware, 43015

RESOURCES & POINTS OF INTEREST

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Your source for real time traffic updates. Access up-to-the minute details on current traffic speeds, incidents, road construction, and weather-related conditions affecting travel from your desktop, tablet or mobile device. Making Demonstrations (Selected Days)

How to receive severe weather text or Twitter alerts from Delaware County EMA

Don't be caught off guard! Be warned of severe weather in our area! You can be alerted either by phone or Twitter? Click on the link below to view the PDF file with instructions and additional information.

ATTENTION STARGAZERS!
Perkins Observatory
Family Night -
Fridays at 8pm

Our public nights are fun for the whole family! Individuals, families, and groups of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend. We have limited openings for our Friday night programs throughout the remainder of the year. To guarantee spot in one of our programs... buy your tickets now for the next available date.

The Orange Township Veterans Memorial

The Orange Township Veterans Memorial is moving forward. There will be several ways that individuals and families, clubs, organizations and businesses can donate to help make it a reality! The memorial's cost will be paid for through donations, not township funds. Help recognize and celebrate those who have served our country! 

2018 Aquatic Center Season Pass Application Available! 

Download the 2018 Aquatic Center Season Pass Application.  Orange Township resident only.  2018 season will open for the 2018 season Wednesday, May 23, and close September 3, 2018 (Labor Day). Hours typically 11am - 8:00pm, 7 days a week, but may vary on special occasions. Contact pool for details. Ph: 740-657-8881 (answered during pool hours only.)  To access Pool Rules & Regulations, click here.

 Habitat ReStores
New Fall & Winter Hours!

The ReStore will be shifting its hours beginning Oct 1st. Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Habitat ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers whose proceeds are used to build homes, communities and hope locally and around the world, helping to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Every Wed - 15% Military Discount with ID; Every Thurs - 15% Senior Discount, 60+ with ID. 

Previous Major Orange Celebration Events

This includes events where OrangeCelebration.com was the organizer, partner, sponsor or attended to provide an overview. 

2017 Orange Township Parade

2017 Little Bear Summer Fair

2017 Halloween Decoration Contest

2017 LC FallFest

2017 Heroes Not Forgotten 5K Fundraiser  Promotional Video

2017 Holiday Shop

2017 Little Bear Holiday Shop

2016 Orange Township Parade

2016 LC Holiday Market

200 Year Bicentennial Celebration

2016 Halloween Decoration Contest

2016 FallFest Event

2016 Orange Township Holiday Lights Contest

Additional Resources & Points of Interest


Home Safety Checks - Any home can be made safer which is even more important as we age. Home safety checks can help you make your home safer, allowing you to continue living independently. The appointments generally last between 1 and 1.5 hours and include a health screening with our registered nurse and a home assessment. (see Home Safety Checks on right hand column) LEARN MORE


Delaware County District Library - Find out the complete schedule of events at the Orange Branch!  LEARN MORE 


Local Air Quality Conditions - Find out what the air quality is in our area. Air pollution data, ozone forecasting, information about public health and environmental effects of air pollution, and actions you can take to reduce pollution.  AIR NOW


MASH Military and Service Heroes Pantry - To reduce hunger throughout the Veteran and Active Duty communities of Franklin, Pickaway, and Delaware County, Ohio through our Outreach Program. In addition, we will concentrate on our low income and homeless Veteran population and promote self-sufficiency by making the best possible use of all available resources. M.A.S.H. Pantry is a non-profit 501(3)c charitable food pantry serving veterans, military families and survivors in the Greater Columbus Area. To find out about the Local Schedule for Delaware, access the Event Calendar for updates. Or call 614-522-1555 (8am - 4pm) or email: info@mashpantry.org


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