Spring markets

Spring markets, festivals, and community events around Reynoldsburg

Things are coming alive in Reynoldsburg right now. As the weather becomes warmer and we all step out of our winter cocoons, you might be looking for ways to jump back into outdoor activities. Luckily, Reynoldsburg, Ohio is a happening place. Here are just a few of the events you can look forward to in the community this spring and summer. 

Adult Corn Hole League

Join Reynoldsburg’s brand new adult corn hole league with games taking place at 6 p.m. every Tuesday night from May 17th through July 27th at Eastside Brewing Company on Davidson Drive. Play a different team each week and participate in the end-of-season tournament. All participants must be 21 years of age or older. The cost is $40 per team, and the league is expected to fill quickly! For more details and to register, visit Reynoldsburg Parks and Recreation online or call the office at (614) 322-6806. 

Plant Reynoldsburg

Plant Reynoldsburg, taking place May 21st, is a great way to get outside, enjoy the weather, and help beautify your community by planting flowers in beds throughout the city. Meet at the Reynoldsburg City Hall on East Main Street at 9 a.m., and bring gloves and a trowel if you have them. 

Reynoldsburg Farmer’s Market

The 15th annual Reynoldsburg farmer’s market takes place Thursdays, from 4 to 7 p.m. June 9th through September 1st  at JFK Park on East Main Street. Last year’s market featured 17 vendors offering baked goods, kettle corn, salsa, relishes, herbs, meats, and more. Check the link above for additional information and a vendor application, due March 31st.

Concerts on the Lawn

Beginning June 12th, enjoy Concerts on the Lawn Sundays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Livingston House in Reynoldsburg. Bring a blanket or chairs for the lawn! 

Artist and Maker Market

This open-air market features paintings, ceramics, jewelry, photography, and other hand-crafted items from more than 20 artists, plus live music and food! The market takes place Saturday, June 15th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Livingston House in Reynoldsburg.  

Food Truck Friday

JFK Park on East Main will be jumping June 17th from 5 to 8 p.m. on Food Truck Friday. This event features the best local food trucks, live music, and games. 

If you’re new to the area or thinking about making a move, now is a great time to step out and explore the community. The Traditions at Slate Ridge townhomes on Opal Street are just a few minutes away from JFK Park, Livingston House, and the Reynoldsburg City Hall where many community events, markets, and outdoor concerts take place. If you’re searching for apartments for rent in Reynoldsburg, OH, call us at (614) 860-1919 and schedule a tour today. 

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