Street festival offering family activities


A street festival with Magic, music, Games, food trucks, and other Activities will be unfold of 5 at 8 pm Friday on a firm section of Fifth Street and too on the Bartholomew County Audience Library Square at 536 Fifth St. in downtown Columbus.

First Christian Church has organized the gathering this is free yet a variety of food will be be available for purchase in Partnership with the Bartholomew County Audience Library, Lincoln Central Piece Family Center and the Advice for Youth Development.

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“Our globally objective is just at to bring a fun, family friendly an event for the Columbus community,” said Nancy Lewis, Connections minister at the church. “All of this really turned out at be very focused on children.

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Ideally, organizers hope this box become a annual an event.

“I would have As at see this,” lewis said. “The Planning has faded away really, really good. For me personally, the Hit of this would have be merely this people come and enjoy themselves.”

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