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What To Do This Week in Ohio

Check out six events happening in Ohio this week, from great concerts to craft beer and wine festivals. 


Take a Sip in Oxford: Head to the Oxford Wine and Craft Beer Festival, held in the town’s Uptown Parks from 2 to 10 p.m. on May 21. The wine, art, music and cuisine event invites visitors to sip on your favorite libations while browsing the host of local vendors. facebook.com/oxfordohiochamberofcommerce

Explore the Culture in Toledo
: Through July 17, observe “Bestowing Beauty: Masterpieces from the Persian Lands” at the Toledo Museum of Art. Featuring more than 100 works from the sixth to the 19th centuries, the exhibition focuses on textiles, ceramics, paintings, manuscripts, woodwork, metalwork and jeweled objects preserving the past. toledomuseum.org

Enjoy the Tunes in Marietta: Have a delightful evening with Marie Osmond at Peoples Bank Theatre on May 21. With five decades in entertainment, the iconic singer is ready to belt out hits like “Paper Roses” and songs from her Top 10 Billboard Magazine album “Music is Medicine.” peoplesbanktheatre.com

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Hear Smooth Sounds in Delaware: Enjoy the tunes of world-renowned musician Pacho Flores, considered by many to be the greatest trumpet player today, on May 21. A performance of “Ellis Island: The Dream of America” by Peter Boyer rounds out the program for the May Concert, which closes out the Central Ohio Symphony’s 43rd season at Ohio Wesleyan University’s Gray Chapel. centralohiosymphony.org

Raise a Glass in Kent: On May 21, enjoy an evening at the Kent Craft Beer Fest, an annual celebration of the area’s local breweries. Sip and sample the best the northeast Ohio region has to offer while also filling up on food-truck fare and live entertainment. ticketstripe.com/kentbeer22

Get a Taste of Chillicothe: Cheers to this specialty cocktail and four-course gourmet dinner taking place on May 19. All proceeds from this event hosted at the Pour House at Machinery Hall, a historic 1881 building, go toward supporting the 2022 holiday lighting of Yoctangee Park. pouronchillicothe.com 

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