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Bricks 4 Kidz of Central Ohio
Lisa Benton, Director2
1/2 N. State St.
614-560-4032

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We provide enrichment activities that teach children about creative science, engineering and architecture by playing with Lego bricks.

 

Church of the Master United Methodist
24 N Grove St
614-882-2153
Fax: (614) 882-5956

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Contemporary Service: 8:30am
Sunday School - For All Ages: 9:30am (Nursery Available)
Fellowship: 10:30am
Worship Hour: 11:00am (Nursery Available)
Youth Fellowship: Sundays at 4:00pm
Music and the Master: (for families with children up to 5th grade), Every Thursday at 5:30pm, September through April

Our worship service is broadcast live every Sunday at 11 AM on FM 97.5, WOBN.

Church of The Messiah Methodist
51 N State St
614-882-2167

www.messiahumc.net

First Presbyterian Church of Westerville
41 W College Ave
614-882-3155

10:15 a.m. Worship
9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:30 a.m. Children's Church

Office hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (closed summer Fridays)

Free parking available in Westerville city lots just east of the church

Generations Performing Arts
11 W. College Ave.
794-3298

Dance classes/events

Hanby House State Museum
160 W. Main St.
PO Box 1063
614-891-6289
800-600-6843

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Hanby House is the former home of William and Ann (Miller) Hanby. Built in 1846 at the corner of College and Main Streets, the Hanby family occupied the house from 1853-1870. William Hanby was the 15th Bishop of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. He was an abolitionist and opened his home as a station on the Underground Railroad. Bishop Hanby was co-founder of Otterbein University (now Otterbein College.) Bishop and Ann's oldest child, Benjamin Russel Hanby, was in the second graduating class of Otterbein University in 1858. He was a United Brethren preacher, a teacher, an abolitionist and a composer. During his short life, he composed over 80 songs including Darling Nelly Gray, Up on the Housetop, and Who is He in Yonder Stall? The house is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also designated as a United Methodist Heritage Landmark. The house is managed by the Westerville Historical Society under agreement with the Ohio Historical Society.

Hours: May through September -- Monday through Friday: Closed
Saturdays and Sundays open 1-4
October through April-Closed
Private tours any day, year-round by appointment only.
Admission: OHS/Hanby Club Members Free
Adults (18 -59) $3.00
AAA Members and Seniors 60+ $2.50
Children (5-17) $1.00
Children under 5 Free

 

Otterbein University
1 Otterbein College
614-890-3000

 

a private liberal arts college

Westerville Library
126 S State St
614-882-7277

Rated in the top five mid size libraries in the country
 

Westerville Schools/Hanby Elementary
56 S State St

Arts magnet school in the Uptown district

ZenKidz Play Cafe
43 E Home St
(614) 890-7529

ZenKidz is a music & arts focused play cafe - offers numerous creative & hands-on play areas, daily art activities & music

 

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