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June 2024

June 2024 cover (photo by Rick Buchanan)


These flowing cascades exemplify the beauty of Ohio. We talked with the photographers who love to capture them and share how you can check out these sights for yourself.

Whether you’re looking to plan a visit around summer events, aviation history or travel-worthy restaurants, here are ideas for building your trip to this storied city.

This northeast Ohio county may be the smallest in the state, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in lakefront fun, small-town experiences and great wineries.

From drawing with chalk to capturing nature while surrounded by it, these art events provide the chance to watch artists in action and take a closer look at their works.

Summer in our capital city means access to many free-to-visit destinations and events, from music and movies to art museums to a wealth of public parks.

Explore Presque Isle State Park, visit the Chautauqua Institution for its 150th anniversary and celebrate laughter in the hometown of a comedy legend.

Cedar Bog in Urbana covers 446 acres and is home to some of the most diverse plant and animal life in the state. 

Food + Drink

These open-air plated dinners are perennial summer favorites. They sell out quickly, so if you’re too late for this year, set a reminder to buy tickets for 2025.

This favorite southeast Ohio brewery opened a Columbus taproom with plenty of outdoor seating and a continued dedication to its longtime sustainability efforts.

The start of summer means exploring the winemakers across our state. Here are four spots that offer a flavor of our state’s offerings and a guide to help you plan your travels.

This landmark spot along the Grand River serves up a side of kitsch with its popular lineup of seafood, all-you-can-eat options and famous fried pickles.


Lake Erie’s treasures regularly wash up along the shore in the form of tiny bits of highly polished glass. This event celebrates what you can make from them.  

Columbus artist Laine Bachman’s depictions of imagined planets brimming with life are featured in an exhibition at the Canton Art Museum this summer.

Head to the Columbus suburb June 14 through 16 to check out this popular three-day music festival, now in its 25th year.

Home + Garden

Columbus-based artist Nicole Derifield-West harnesses the power of light and spreads joy with her delicate crystal and metal and creations.

Ohio Life

Documentarian Alex Goetz of Toledo shares how a career behind the camera has taken him around the world and allowed him to share stories from Ohio.

On June 4, 1976, the transcontinental Bicentennial Wagon Train stopped in northeast Ohio during its trek to reach Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, in time for Independence Day.

Check out tips for creating family time outside, and a Ohio State Parks naturalist offers advice on staying safe in the outdoors. 

Decorating tinware with glossy Japanese-style laquer took off in Wales in the early 18th century before finding its way to the United States after the Revolutionary War. 

In 1974, the federal government protected a serene stretch of nature now known as Cuyahoga Valley National Park. It was part of a movement to bring parks to people and set in motion work that continues today.

Lake Erie is a great place to cast a line for perch and bass, but it is also teeming with more walleye than it has been in decades. Here is why that is happening and how you can be part of it.