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What To Do This Week in Ohio

Check out what's happening this week in Ohio, from outdoor concerts to a festival that's sure to make a splash.


Rally for Women in Archbold: As Ohio's living-history destination, Sauder Village is the perfect place to celebrate women’s right to vote. Join in a day of celebration on July 24 with a performance of "Rally," an outdoor re-enactment of a 1920s-era women's rally by the Glacity Theatre Collective. Make sashes and signs, and even participate in the march. saudervillage.org

Enjoy Cheerful Blooms in Frankfort: Embrace the sunny side of life at the Frankfort Sunflower Festival in downtown Frankfort on July 24. Alongside shopping, events are lined up all day, from a pancake breakfast and sunflower show to a cornhole tournament and food trucks. Bring your kids for the touch-a-tractor, children's story time, petting zoo and kiddie tractor pull times. sunflowerfestival.net

Paddle Away in Cleveland: Make a splash on the Cuyahoga River at the third annual Blazing Paddles Paddlefest on July 24 at Rivergate Park. The recreational celebration includes kayak, paddleboard and canoe events, and paddlers get exclusive, five-hour access to the Cuyahoga River to enjoy an 8.6-mile recreational float or one of three races — spanning 2, 4.5 or 13 miles. sharetheriver.com

Michael Bolton The Symphony Sessions
Picnic with the Pops in Columbus: Grammy Award winner Michael Bolton takes the stage during the Columbus Symphony’s “Michael Bolton: The Symphony Sessions” July 24 at the Columbus Commons. Hear “When a Man Loves a Woman” and more during the musical journey of rock, pop, standards, soul and classical especially arranged for symphony orchestra. columbussymphony.com

Celebrate the Arts in Lancaster: Soak up summer at the Lancaster Festival, which takes over downtown with events from July 23 to 31. Concerts include Don Felder, formerly of The Eagles, as well as The Band Perry, ABBA tribute band Dancing Dream, and jazz and orchestra shows. Families can also count on plenty of activities, from “A Musical Zoo” family concert to the popular ArtWalk. lancasterfestival.org