Editors' picks for things to see and do this month

Jim Henson: Imagination Unlimited (Through Sept. 2)
The Muppets take Franklinton this summer during COSI’s exploration of puppeteer Jim Henson’s (1936–1990) career in film and television. Using puppets, costumes, storyboards, photos and behind-the-scenes footage, this exhibition gives visitors an in-depth look at how Henson and his team created the beloved characters and imaginative worlds featured on TV (The Muppet Show, Sesame Street) and in film (“The Dark Crystal,” “Labyrinth”). cosi.org

Barbara Hammer: In This Body (June 1–Aug. 11)
Barbara Hammer was a pioneer in creating artistic depictions of lesbian life and sexuality and, later, in exploring illness and mortality. Both subjects revolved around the body, and this interactive exhibition will include X-rays, clinical breast models and a video installation, “Evidentiary Bodies.” Hammer completed numerous residencies and film projects at the Wex, and this retrospective—the artist passed away in March—will include screenings and gallery talks throughout its duration. wexarts.org

 “Finding Neverland” (June 4–9)
Before Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, before Mary Martin, before even Peter Pan and Wendy and a mythical island inhabited by a band of Lost Boys, there were five brothers that author J. M. Barrie adopted after the deaths of their parents. It was under the spell of these children’s make-believe adventures that Barrie wrote his enduring fable, “Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up.” “Finding Neverland,” which comes to the Ohio Theatre for eight performances as part of Broadway in Columbus, explores Barrie’s relationship with the Llewelyn Davies family and the creation of the story they inspired. capa.com

The Concert for Community (June 6)
Harmony Project, 10 years old this year, is not only a ginormous choir; it aspires to be a model of community, bringing together people of diverse backgrounds and degrees of musical talent to sing and volunteer together in schools, parks, neighborhoods and prisons. Its 500 voices will be raised in a free concert (tickets required) at Columbus Commons at 7:30 p.m. harmonyproject.com

Twenty One Pilots (June 29–30)
The Columbus duo have come a long way since they played a battle of the bands at the Alrosa Villa. Ten years, five albums and one Grammy, to be exact. The hometown heroes will return to Columbus for two shows at Nationwide Arena during this summer’s leg of The Bandito Tour in support of their latest album, 2018’s Trench. Showgoers can expect lots of confetti and blazing stage sets as the two perform hits including “Jumpsuit,” “Stressed Out” and “Heathens.” nationwidearena.com

CCHS Community Garden (Throughout June)
The Columbus Center for Human Services’ community garden brings together individuals with disabilities and the greater community. Help out with planting, watering and weeding Tuesdays, Fridays and weekends throughout the growing season. cchsohio.org/volunteer

Sourcepoint Open House (June 1)
At a new volunteer open house offered by Sourcepoint, Delaware’s aging services agency, learn how you can help area seniors—from leading activities to providing caregiver relief and delivering Meals on Wheels to helping out at farmers markets. mysourcepoint.org

Dine. Drink. Dress. (June 13)
Dress for Success Columbus’ annual party at the Franklin Park Conservatory combines fashion, fun and fundraising to support the organization’s mission of empowering women to achieve economic independence by providing career support and professional attire. dfscmh.org

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