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Easton Christmas Lighting Ceremony

My family and I have found the perfect Christmas season starter tradition and want to share it with you. Every year we attend the Easton Lighting Ceremony. It was by chance that I saw it on the schedule of events on their website one year, it sounded like fun so we went. It was such a magical evening that we decided this was definitely our go to event each year to start off the Christmas season! And it has always been a hit ever since. Tonight is the night and, although it is last minute, I hope I can catch a few parents out there looking for some Friday night fun just in time!

Easton is a small town center of shops, both of high end and lower value, as well as both upscale and reasonably priced restaurants. Easton has beautiful grounds with fountains which, in the summer, children can play in. During the warmer months they also have free live Jazz and move nights on the lawn. My husband and I also enjoy going to the Funny Bone and dinner at any of the many restaurants as our favorite date night choice. Easton is a must when in Columbus Ohio! The source of our yearly school clothes and Christmas shopping.

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The Lighting Ceremony starts, in the dark, at 6:30 PM with one of the most energetic and fun parades I have ever witnessed. With acrobatics, stilts, nutcrackers, dancing ballerinas tucked inside clear globes, elves, huge blow up characters like Rudolph and Frosty (that look like they came straight from the Macy’s Day Parade) and at the tail end, an old fashioned fire engine with Mr. and Mrs. Claus themselves!

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The parade circles around the huge Easton Square, ending right in the center at the ginormous tree where Santa gets on stage, welcomes us all, and gives a small speech followed by a countdown to the lighting. At the end of the countdown, fireworks go off and the entire town center of Easton lights up with Christmas lights everywhere, all at once. It truly is a magical moment that you can’t just smile and laugh at, feeling like a child again yourself! The kids just love this moment!

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After this night, Santa and his elves are available throughout the rest of the season for photos and to share your Christmas wishes with. Stay after for carriage rides, continuing through the rest of Christmas season after tonight as well! The best part is that my children always write Santa a letter with their Christmas wish list at the bottom. Every year Easton Santa takes his time to not just snap a quick photo, but read their letters and talk to them. All the while you get to snap or video away and then you can go view the images their photographer took as well. The photos to purchase are a very reasonable (I think $5) cost for a 5 x 7, with other package options as well.

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The stores and restaurants even keep the party going after the Lighting Ceremony and if you text “easton” to 313131 you will be notified of specials and receive offers on your mobile device! Tonight is their 20th grand illumination or “Whobilation” as they call it – it is sure to be a great time this evening!

It is going to be a cold one tonight, but we really hope if you go that you will have as much fun as we always do! Bundle up warm and maybe we will see you there!

Another fun day that we always attend is Superhero Day. There is always something fun going on at Easton, check out their schedule of events here.

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Pigeon Roost Farms

OPENING SOON for the season!

So, it is no secret that my favorite season of all times is Fall! I love the pumpkins, cool weather, leaves turning colors, jeans with sweaters, bonfires, football and chili contests amongst my friends and I. Nothing beats the fall season! To top it off I have found the best family friendly place EVER to play and enjoy all things Fall!

Pigeon Roost Farms is located in Hebron Ohio and has everything you could ever look for in a fun fall setting! Lots of great fun for the whole family, with giant slides, challenging mazes, a new fort, and some of the most fantastic displays of pumpkins you’ll ever see, this place has it all!

We always have so much fun that we probably go 4-5 times a season, easily.

PumpkinFest, as they like to call it, is open every day from Saturday September 14th to October 31st 10am to 7pm (last entry at 6 p.m., you’ll need at least one hour to enjoy all the fun they have in store for you!)

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The Great Pumpkin Fun Center (open daily) includes:

•Fort Pigeon Roost•2013 Corn Maze – “Aliens Among Us”
•Hop-a-Long Corral
•Pigeon Roost Football Throw
•Spinning Wheel of Fortune
•Giant Gerbil Wheels
•The Enchanted Forest with Obstacle Course
•Hillside Rooster Racers & Turkey Tube Slides
•Fall Frontier – Pumpkin Express Train, Creepy Teepee Tunnel & Conestoga Corn Box
PumpkinFest Weekends also include:
•Wagon Rides and Face Painting
•Crafters and Demonstrations
•Kettle Corn
•Lots of Delicious Food from The Grill Family of Restaurants

There are also farm animals and exotic guests to check out!

The pumpkin patch includes: pumpkins (mini, regular and giant!), Indian corn, corn stalks, straw bales, apple gourds,12 varieties of squash, hard-shell birdhouse gourds, and all the fall décor your house and yard could hold!

Also, don’t forget to stop and let your little one pick out their Halloween costume and get their face painted while you check out all of the crafts and small shops before picking up your bag of fresh popped kettle corn or freshly made cotton candy!

Pigeon Roost is a fun time for ALL! Don’t miss out! Hope to see you there 🙂

Check out their website or their facebook page for up-to-date info!

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Want to go Larping?

Don’t ask why, but I have always have a soft spot in my soul for a good old fashion renaissance faire. I know, I really don’t seem the type to go larping (life action role playing – for those of you that have never indulged) in some other realm from long ago, but alas….I love it. It probably has to do with the fact that I grew up (for 5 years or so) in a small little town outside Chicago called Oregon, IL. In this town, even though it only had about 3,000 residents, there were a lot of cool things to do and see.

One of those being Stronghold Castle of Oregon,IL. The castle would have an “Olde English Faire” every fall that my parents would always take me to. I loved it! The people all dressed up from a different era, some of it fictional, some not. Fairies and creatures along with princes and princesses all talking funny and eating huge meat-sticks…it was something to behold!

Fast forward about 25 years and now I have my own children. So a few years back when my first child was about 2, I began searching for something similar around Ohio. I found many different events to go to and went to the one that seemed to have the most entertainment and such.

The Ohio Renaissance Festival is such a treat! My husband had never been to anything quite like this. And was pretty humored (or maybe mortified) when I decided to dress up as Maid Marian to attend. But he was a good sport and didn’t make fun of me too much. Going here each fall has become a family tradition. Our son gets a new sword every year we go and our daughter got to take her first visit there a few years back, walking away with a hair garland. Wasn’t she adorable?

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We always have a blast, with plenty to do! There are several spots with many types of hearty food and drink, a huge artisan marketplace, craftsmen of great skill, amazing feats of skill, interactive comedy shows, skits and adventure, live jousting, merriment and romance, rides, games and more!

Kids will have a blast interacting with the people here and there are so many fun trinkets to bring home or make as souvenirs. From molding your hands in wax to making magic wands, the kids will find so much to entertain them!

Open from the last weekend in August for 8 weekends – Saturdays, Sundays and Labor Day Monday from 10:30 am – 6 pm. Every weekend has a different theme (pirates, Irish, Romeo & Juliet, etc), so be sure to check here to see what you’ll be getting into! The last weekend of the season is the best because they have a ton of great trinkets and gifts on sale for those who are on your “nice list” this year.

Keep in touch for specials or deals on tickets or even giveaways ORF may be having by following them on Instagramtwitter or Facebook. Or, check out what you will be seeing at ORF by viewing their YouTube channel.

Hope you enjoy!! Don’t forget to dress the part, most do! It’s more fun that way!

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School’s OUT For Summer!

Summer is officially here! School has ended and the chill has finally left us. But even though I love spring and fall, I am super excited that our hot summer has arrived because I get to share with you all of our favorite watering holes! The one thing I love about living in Ohio is that I get to see a glimpse of all four seasons, not so much the case in the south where I am from. But I would definitely be ok if Fall lasted six months of the year 😉

Since Summer is finally here I figured I would share some of our favorite watering hole spots! Some are free and some are not. Do your best to hit up each spot during the next several weeks. Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments!

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Zoombezi Bay Waterpark is probably our most favorite place to go, and also the most expensive! Even if you are a Zoo member. But boy oh boy is it fun for all ages! They have a young kiddie pool area with many attractions, a older kiddie area with a pirate ship, four and a half story treehouse, slides, a big water bucket that topples over every so often, and a large area to swim. They also have a huge lazy river (one for families and one for just adults – beverages allowed!). There is also a tidal wave pool and many big slides to have fun on! Several concession stands and food options to choose from. During the summer they host several “Dive-In Movie” nights. I haven’t been to one yet but it sounds like a lot of fun! You will spend a pretty penny but its always a fun day here!

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Heath City Water Park is another fun location. As a much smaller and cheaper version of Zoombezi Bay, they have a baby pool, kids pool with slides and swings, and larger pools with big slides. There is also a nice covered area on the lawn in case you dont want direct sunlight all afternoon, which was anperfect spot for Leighton’s nap and feeding sessions. If your kids are still quite small (5 and under) you will save time traveling and money for them to have just as much fun here

Dillon State Park has a small wading pool area with a geyser-like sprinkler, as well as many other attractions (campgrounds, swimming beach, tennis and volleyball courts, seven picnics shelters, several miles of trails, disc golf, hunting, fishing….you name it). But for just a fun afternoon with your tykes, the wading pool at Dillon and a packed lunch in the picnic shelter followed by some time on the playground next to it while drying off makes for a fun, free afternoon!

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Scioto Mile Splash Pad has been a big hit for my family the past few summers. It is perfect for a hot afternoon of fun. There is plenty of trails to walk on along the riverside (but far enough away that your child cannot run into the water), and big lawns to play or pop down and have a picnic. The Bicentennial Park Splash Pad on Scioto Mile is the largest in Columbus. It’s 15,000 square feet and has water features that spray as high as 75 feet in the air. There is also plenty of seating for the onlookers, shaded and not shaded. And at night the fountain experience is enhanced by unique lighting and fog effects. Super cool, and free!

Last year was the first time we didn’t go to the beach on vacation. We were all bummed, but with the kids being so little we didn’t feel ready to go to the ocean quite yet. We do have a beach trip planned for this summer and the kids are so excited! From the pictures you can see they, especially my daughter, will be just as much a sun-bathing beach bum as her momma! However, even without a beach trip last year, we had many fun days in the cool water visiting the places I mentioned. If you haven’t already, go check them out!

I have also found this great article about other local splash pad areas around Columbus and can’t wait to try them out this summer before we take off to the beach! Don’t they look like fun?!

Let me know what you thought of these locations or if you have more that you know of in the Central Ohio area that I need to check out!

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Velvet Ice Cream

Velvet Ice Cream allows visitors to it’s Ye Olde Mill anytime April through November. There is plenty for the family to do to take up a nice afternoon. Velvet Ice Cream has been around for over 100 years and is very family oriented.

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This long holiday weekend is the annual Utica Sertoma Ice Cream Festival with musical entertainment, plenty of fun for kids, magic shows, vendors, shopping with over 90 local artisans, delicious food from several food trucks, of course yummy Velvet ice cream and more! There is fun for the whole family including contests for kids, ice cream eating contests, pony rides and over 400 classic cars to view. You will NOT want to miss out! For more information visit Utica Sertoma’s Festival page.

Check their calendar out to see what other entertainment events they have coming up.

Any other time throughout the year my kids and I love to go play on their playgrounds, feed the ducks, play in the creek on the backside of the property and definitely take time to have lunch in the Wheel Room Restaurant followed with a sweet snack from the Ice Cream Parlor. My favorite is Raspberry Fudge Cordial, DELICIOUS! Shop their products here.

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You are also able to take a free public tour of the Historic Ye Olde Mill and even go to the Viewing Gallery to learn the seven steps it takes to make their delicious dessert. Tours are only offered during the week and begin at the top of each hour. No reservation is needed unless you have a large group of 20 or more.

Have you ever been to Velvet’s Ye Olde Mill? Which flavor is your favorite? If you have never been, it is definitely work a quick little day trip any time of their season! Maybe I’ll see you there this weekend during the festival!

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Aha! Museum

A friend and fellow mommy in the moms group I’m in introduced me to a fun little place called Aha! Museum when she suggested we all take an outing to go play with our kids. It’s one of the perfect play-places during the cold and rainy season to get out and get some energy spent all while being educated!

Aha! Museum is a 4000 square foot adventure space featuring more than 25 exhibits and activities for children ages 0-7 (and older). Children can learn as they engage in their most important “work” of play.

Messy Art Mondays are always fun! But there is also Let’s Get Messy Tuesday, Story Time Thursday, Fun Art Friday and Science Saturday. Along with your $6/person admission to the museum on any day, your child can participate in any of these. Children 6 months and younger are free. See their calendar for details! They are open year round but have been one of our favorite locations during the cooler months for sure.

We always have such a blast going and playing with all of their educational and creative exhibits:

  • Water table (for babies)
  • Water table (bigger kids)
  • Train table
  • Laser harp
  • Pretend and play Veterinarian
  • Pretend and play market
  • Pretend and play Pizza shop
  • Fire engine
  • Ball mountain
  • Fishing boat
  • Lego/duplo table
  • Pretend and play bank
  • Theatre & costumes
  • Build a house
  • Plop zone
  • Garden zone
  • Healthy choices
  • Moon sand
  • Honeycomb
  • Art station

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I also love that they promote breast feeding by having a nursing station set off in the corner with a nice rocking chair, pillows and privacy divider. This was much appreciated when I had my babies in tow when we would go play.

They do not allow any wifi access for good reason – to promote that adults supervise their children and to encourage they engage in imagination and play as well.

You can connect with them on their Facebook page. Or you can follow them on twitter @AHAChildren.

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Columbus Children’s Theatre

If you are looking for a fun time with the kids, why not introduce them to live theatre? I have taken my children to several shows and we never leave disappointed!

Taking your children to the theatre is another way to inspire them and enrich their lives, creating a well-rounded background for them. And Columbus Children’s Theatre, located in the vibrant Short North district of Columbus, is sure to keep their attention! I think that it is easier for them to pay attention when they see other children their age acting out a lot of the parts. Plus most of the plays that are performed are familiar stories for the children.

You can purchase tickets by the show or by the season. You can even get your children into theatre a step further by signing them up for several types of Academy acting classes, taking part of a child writing project or letting them audition for a part in an upcoming play! The ages of the actors range from mostly children to some adults. The shows are kept light-hearted and humerous, it is fun for all ages!

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Have an autistic child? CCT is thinking of you too! Columbus Children’s Theatre is proud to provide Sensory Friendly Performances for audiences with autism or other sensory sensitivity disorders. CCT is participating in power2give.org. A project of Arts & Science Council, power2give.org empowers you to give directly to local arts, science and history projects you are passionate about. Nonprofit organizations post projects that are in need of funding. You help bring them to life with a gift.

CCT also provides sign language interpretation! Bring your child to Columbus Children’s Theatre for a fun, unique afternoon and to show them many different aspects of the theatre world and the world they live in!

Check out the current season shows and the upcoming shows to plan your visit. There are daytime, evening and weekend showings available to suit your needs. And they always stay after to have a question and answer or talk about their character’s personalities on stage. So when that grumpy old witch is mean to the princess, don’t fret – all will be explained and the audience will be told afterwards why that is the wrong way to act.

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Become a fan on facebook , instagram, youtube and twitter to see updates about upcoming shows and auditions!

Also, because this theatre is in the Short North, it gives the perfect opportunity to make a date day with your little one. Walk them over to the North Market right down the block to try foods from all areas of the world, making this outing quite the educational and entertaining one!

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Inspire and Educate – CoSi

The Center of Science and Industry (CoSi), in Columbus, OH, has been a family favorite of ours since my oldest was almost 3. At that time he was into dinosaurs and could tell you what every single dinosaur’s name was – even those long, tricky ones – and whether they were a carnivore or herbivore! We find that while the Columbus Zoo is a perfect sunny day option, CoSi is the perfect for a cold or rainy day. But they do have an outside exhibit on site to enjoy also.

There is so much to see at CoSi that it is hard to fit it all in during one day trip, but if you get there early and stay as long as you can – you’ll see plenty! Don’t worry about lunch, there are several food choices if you forgot to pack. And a few locations to choose from to eat at.

There is something for everyone from Space, to Sea, to Energy, Gadgets, Progress and much more. As you go from one exhibit to another there is so much to learn and see and it is all interactive, which keeps the children tuned-in and excited. There are also a few exhibits that change every few weeks – right now they have the Silk Road and Dinosaurs – again! Tickets to CoSi, including all their additional things, such as movies, can be purchased on their website ahead of time, or at the guest check in station during your trip, at any time.

A couple weeks ago my oldest and I were able to enjoy a day together on a field trip to CoSi. It isn’t often that he gets my undivided attention these days, being the oldest of three. But we had a blast and even stayed longer than his school did so we could try to see it all.

Our day started by learning about aerodynamics, innovation and how energy works. Ashur loves to make paper airplanes and fly them through the house so this was one of his favorite moments of the day. Daddy is quite the paper airplane architect, so Ashur had a blast testing his abilities and seeing what changes made them fly further.

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Next we went to my personal favorite exhibit, the Ocean. There are plenty of water activities here including (not pictured) a submarine under water that the kids can go into. I can’t wait to return with my younger two as I am certain this will be a huge hit for them as well.

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After that we popped into a motion simulator ride where they chose to see a Dinosaur show. We also spent some time in the Gadgets room (be careful this room is a super FUN one that could take up the whole day if you let the kids choose – same with little KidsSpace for younger children, which lives beyond it’s name, it is a vast space) and outside in the Science Park.

We made our way up to Progress which is another favorite of mine. It is like walking back through the streets of the late 1800’s and then the 60’s. It is amazing to see what a huge difference 60 years can make, especially for the kids who haven’t seen hardly any of it before.

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We watched a 3D movie in the National Geographic Giant Screen theatre called Amazon Adventure. These movies are always a fun treat. They tend to have 3-4 different options of movies to choose from during the day, with several screen times for each.

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When the movie was over we went through the Life exhibit and played around. There is a lot of interactive information in this room about our bodies. This one may be a little bit creepy for the younger crowd. But my 9 year old was just fine.

We played a quick Space game while we waited on our Planetarium show, Starry Night Live, to begin, which was our last stop for the day, and easily our favorite. It was also nice to end the day in reclined seats looking up at the stars. Ashur really enjoyed this as much as I did. I told him he should become an astronomer and study space when he grows up. He didn’t realize that he wouldn’t be forced into space to do so (LOL).

This brought me to the realization of how educational and inspirational of an experience this could be. There are so many different topics and industries to learn about. It is not only fun, but something here could inspire anyone to fall in love with a particular topic – to be amazed. Enough that it could literally dictate what kind of career they may choose in the future or what type of classes they want to take in college. I think every time we go to CoSi we learn something new, which is why getting a membership is definitely a smart choice. Just like at the Zoo, we know that we will go a handful (if not more) times throughout the year, so when we add up the cost it’s always the best choice to purchase a membership. If that is out of the question for you, keep an eye here for their discounts and promotions.

I thank you for reading about our fun day and hope that it provokes you to take your child/children. I always take our trips to locations like these during the week because I am thankfully blessed enough to have weekdays off. And I know that there won’t be huge crowds of people like there are on the weekends. It causes me a lot less anxiety, especially when I have all three kiddos on board. If you go, please leave us a comment below and let me know which exhibit was your favorite or what your little scientist was inspired by.

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Fun in the Jungle

Prior to opening January 20, 2017, the Jungle was a roller skating rink for over 50 years. Owners Drew & Katie Tuttle, residents of Sunbury, bought it and turned it into a family Fun Center. They have 4 children and thought Sunbury was the perfect place to open this facility. Drew is an accountant by trade, and was looking to do something completely different.

Fun in the Jungle is exceptionally clean and affordable, and is perfect for all ages, a Play Jungle, an Arcade, VR center and mini bowling alley which the whole family could play on! If you are local to Sunbury, OH, definitely stop in to burn some of that young energy and have a load of fun!
The toddler area includes a soft play zone and a small climbing structure with a tunnel and slide.
The larger play area is a multi-level play structure with many tunnels, slides, small and large punching bags and plenty of room to run around, even enough space if Mom or Dad want to join the fun! There is a self powered train in the middle of the Jungle for all ages. Comfortable seating is all around the Jungle so parents can relax while the little ones play.
 
The Arcade features over 1000 games! They have car racing, motorcycle racing, deer hunting and all the old school, Pac-man, Centipede, Galaga and new video games for hours of fun. You can get a tournament going on our foosball or pool table too! The best part – the arcade is a one-time pay to play wristband (No Tokens or Quarters needed!), so you can play for hours at one low price!
Mini-Bowling is 5 frames, so that it keeps the attention of even the youngest bowler. Balls are all the same size and small enough for all ages to roll it down for a strike! Sign up for the family summer bowling league or check out their Facebook page for bowling specials.
The Virtual Reality Booths are the latest in gaming. In the Virtual Reality World you can do many different things. Check out the Solar System, English countryside or a Mid-evil Castle. Place yourself in a soccer game, bow and arrow challenge or a Drone fight. It really is an amazing experience that can only be felt and seen in the Virtual Reality world.
Beyond the daily play, birthday party’s are their specialty. Two of my three children have dead-of-winter birthdays and we are always on the hunt for a fun new location to host their parties. Fun in the Jungle offers services and rooms for parties from 6 kids to 50 kids where you can book a party room for 2 hours to enjoy your cake, presents and friends and family time. All day wristbands are included in the party package and bowling is available at a discount for our parties. Guests are welcome to explore the Jungle after the party time has ended for as long as they wish. You can even rent out the whole facility at 3 hour increments for up to 270 people. This can be for family fun days, corporate events, church outings or a super fun birthday!
The Jungle is closed on Mondays and has discounted days Tuesday-Thursday. To see their full pricing click here. Each month they also have “multiples day” where mothers of multiples (twins, triplets or quads) purchase for one and the rest are free! And don’t worry, if you forgot snacks, their concession stand is packed with all the essentials – even a healthy banana or two for your young little monkeys in the jungle!
My children absolutely love this fun center, it keeps all three of my children busy and happy and it is one of our go-to locations for any spontaneous rainy day or a day they are tired of the pool or being stuck indoors during the winter.
Click here to visit their facebook page.

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Skyview Drive In

Do you love the nostalgia of movies outside on a warm summer night at the drive-in? We sure do, and sharing that fun time with our kids is such a blast.

Guess what, Skyview Drive-In is set to officially open for the season this weekend on Friday April 6th for their 70th year of continuous outdoor movies! If that doesn’t attest to how much fun it is to attend these, read more! Unfortunately I wouldn’t be surprised if the weather doesn’t work in their favor this weekend. But at least we know that once the weather is just right, it’s time to go!

Skyview in the quaint town of Lancaster is the first drive-in in Ohio with digital quality picture and sound. Showing HD 1080 picture movies on an 80′ screen! Be sure to check out the history link on their page to view a short video about drive-ins and Skyview, they are one of about only 365 left in the United States.

If you love the vintage feel of going to the drive-in for a few movies, this family owned adorable location is perfect. With plenty of parking spots and a huge front lawn for the kids to play on, Skyview is a hot location for the children and I all summer long.

You can view their website or facebook page to see what upcoming movies will be shown. There are always two movies a night, and sometimes a special showing of a third movie for those late night movie lovers. Plenty of children movies and on certain weekends they also have a DJ there at the beginning of the evening. They also have a twitter account you can follow for updates.

This first weekend (April 6th, 7th, 8th) they will be showing the new Peter Rabbit: Born To Be Wild and the hilarious new Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

The following weekend (April 13th) so far they have Rampage on the schedule.

My children love to hit this fun place up after a full day of pool-time to lay back and watch a few flicks. Once school is out for the summer they will be open each night of the week for movies, but until then they will be open each weekend Friday Saturday and Sunday nights. They always count on having dinner here as well as they have a FULL concession stand with almost anything you could imagine to choose from. From full pizzas and fried pickles to cotton candy and glow-pops and everything in between, your tummy will be happy.

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If you are lucky enough to get up front parking you have access to lay blankets out on the front lawn in front of the big screen for the ultimate relaxation, yet still being close to your vehicle.

Definitely plan to arrive early as this location is such a hot commodity that there is usually always a line of cars waiting to enter at the 7pm opening.

Come with your sweetheart and enjoy the movie in the privacy of your vehicle or bring the whole family for an inexpensive fun-filled evening. Even your dog or cat is allowed! Here are some photos of my family having a blast, maybe we will see you there this coming season!

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