What To Do This Week in Ohio

Spend a night at the opera, sip local wines and check out more events happening this week!

Listen Up in Fremont: All the way from Fisk University in Nashville, the world-famous Fisk Jubilee Singers are bringing the sound of American spirituals to Grace Lutheran Church on April 2 as part of a celebration of President Rutherford B. Hayes’ 200th birthday.

Look to the Silver Screen in Cleveland: Join film enthusiasts through April 1 for the 47th annual Cleveland International Film Festival. Visit Playhouse Square venues including Connor Palace and State Theater to catch the final days of the festival, which is screening over 100 films this year. 

Spend a Night at the Opera in Columbus: Head to the capital city’s ornate Ohio Theater for “Rigolotto,” the renowned aria that follows the story of the title character and court jester as he goes on a journey to change fate and find revenge. The thrilling opera takes the stage from March 31 through April 1.

Wine and Dine in Canton: Gervasi Vineyard is ringing in the season with sips of its award-winning wines as well as bites of savory and sweet menu options. Gather in the on-site Villa Grande Ballroom on April 2 for the Celebrate Spring Wine Pairing to get a taste of this northeast-Ohio winery. 

Look at Landscapes in Zanesville: Frederick Fotchman is a Columbus-based painter and paint instructor whose work is on view at the Zanesville Museum of Art through April 1. View the free gallery during its final week to admire oil-painted landscapes and interior artworks from this Ohio artist. 

Admire Appalachian Art in Hillsboro: Get out of the house on April 1 for the Cabin Fever Arts Festival, a show of Appalachian Artisans Guild members’ work including crafts and fine art taking place at the Southern State Community College Central Campus. From wooden furniture to ceramics to stained glass, you’re sure to find something to take home with you!

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