FamJam and Neighborhood Pride Block Party

Staff Writer
Columbus Parent

Don't worry about the kids' lunch or an afternoon's worth of activities on August 3, because the fifth annual FamJam and Neighborhood Pride Block Party has you covered.

The kid-friendly event will allow families from Franklin County to engage in educational activities with more than 50 exhibit booths and games. Youth performances will fill the Columbus Commons stage throughout the day. Community providers will be present around the event to share valuable information and resources with families.

FamJam runs from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Columbus Commons, located at 160 S. High St. There is no cost to attend, but parking in nearby lots and garages might have a fee.

For more information on this year's FamJam, click here.

-Evan Matsumoto