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 Golf Outing, Sunday, June 22, 2014

 

We will leave the hotel at 7:15 am and return at 3:30 pm.

  
Golf Club of Dublin was designed by Columbus based Hurdzan/Fry Golf Design.  The golf course is very user friendly and was designed with the spirit from the British Isles and is intended to make you feel as if you’ve just played Turnberry or Carnoustie. 
 
Golf Club of Dublin offers the only true links golf experience in the Midwest and features fescue turf, stacked stone walls, over 70 hand stacked sod face bunkers and water detention areas on just about every hole. The greens are enormous, square shaped and very fast.  Fairways are generous enough for the casual golfer and flanked by water hazards and bunkers enough to challenge the low-handicapper.

Cost is $50.00 (includes transportation from, and back to, the hotel)
 
GOLF OUTING FORM:  Word  |  PDF
please complete and email to jwindau@elrobinson.com
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 Easton Town Center Excursion, Monday, June 23, 2014

 

 
We will leave the hotel at 9:30 am and return at 3:00 pm.

Easton Town Center

Enjoy shopping and lunching on your own at the Easton Town Center that opened in June 1999.  Easton is a 1.7 million square-foot “New Urban Retail” center that features pedestrian-friendly streetscapes, open-air gathering spaces, fountains and parks for children, in addition to nearly 200 best-of-class retail, entertainment and dining tenants.  In 2013, Easton Town Center opened its newest district, known as Fenlon Square. Fenlon Square features 50,000 square feet of family-centric retail and dining options along Fenlon Street in the northeast quadrant of Easton Town Center. With every season, Easton’s pedestrian-friendly common areas, parks and fountains serve as host for children at play, live music, dance, art fairs, celebrity appearances, carriage rides and many other community activities. Continued expansion allows Easton to remain fresh and at the forefront of the market.


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 Short North Walking Tour, Tuesday, June 24, 2014

 
Come join our 10:45 a.m. -3:00 p.m. excursion to the Short North. 
 
Short North Walking Tour:

NorthMarket1.jpgGuests would begin their tour at the historic North Market, touring the building, learning its history and, of course, tasting the hand-crafted, artisanal food made by some of its vendors.  There we’ll sample brēzel Pretzel and their Bavarian style pretzels, and a few other tasty bites from around the market.

The walking portion of the tour would continue down High Street, stopping at various landmarks (convention center, the "Cap," historic murals, etc.) along the way to discuss the history and immigrant origins of the Short North as well as the anecdotes that make it such a vibrant arts district, home to Gallery Hop and High Ball Halloween.  We'll continue along to Goodale Park and discuss the sculpture garden of the brand new Pizutti Collection, one of the top 200 private art collections in the world and potentially have a few moments to zip through the gallery with a docent to hit the highlights.  The tour will stop for another quick bite from Tasi Cafe and then head to Rigsby'sKent Rigsby is a James Beard Foundation Award nominee and dynamic restauranteur.  Chef Rigsby's passion for local ingredients shows in the creative, seasonally-changing dishes diners consistently enjoy. 

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Our final stop will be
Jeni's.  The best ice cream in Columbus and frequently named the best ice cream in the countryFrom Jeni's website: "We create ice creams we fall madly in love with, that we want to bathe in, that make us see million-year-old stars. We devour it out of Mason jars, coffee mugs—whatever we can get our hands on. Handmade American ice cream = Bliss with a big B. Every single thing we put in our ice cream is legit. Generic chemist-built ice cream bases and powdered astronaut-friendly gelato mixes? No, ma’am. We build every recipe from the ground up with luscious, Snowville milk and cream from cows that eat grass. With that exquisite base, we explore pure flavor in whatever direction moves us at any moment, every day, all year."
 
Cost is $60 per person.
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 Columbus Zoo, Wednesday, June 25, 2014

 
Columbus Zoo :
Come join us from 8:30-3:00 on a trip to the Columbus Zoo.
 
Zoo admission is payable upon arrival at Zoo.
COLUMBUS ZOO ADMISSION RATES

Under 2            Free  
Ages 2-9           $9.99
Ages 10-59       $14.99
Ages 60+          $10.99