Zoombezi Bay to open May 19
With little to no winter this year Zoombezi Bay is more than excited to kick off the 2012 season on Saturday, May 19 at 10:30 a.m.
On opening day, Zoombezi Bay Season Pass Holders will have access to a special entrance to the water park near the wave pool. This special entrance will follow normal operating hours and entry procedures and provide guests the shortest walk from the parking lot to Zoombezi Bay.
Also new in 2012 will be the ZOOMPASS. Coming in June, ZOOMPASS will be the fastest way to get on all the slides. This new slide reservation system will allow ZOOMPASS holders to bypass all waiting riders in line and pack more slide riding into their visit. Zoombezi Bay guests are able to purchase a ZOOMPASS for $19.99 on weekdays and $24.99 on weekends.
The class is in conjunction with upcoming the Ashland-New Photography exhibition call for entries, which features a category for young artists 17 years and younger. The first part of the class will explore the elements of photography, while second part will involve students taking photos on the AU campus.
Each student must provide his or her own point-and-shoot digital camera. The class will meet in the Center for the Arts Building, Room 346, on the Ashland University campus.
Even though the class is free, all participants must registrar prior to May 17 by calling 419-289-5652.
GET READY TO READ – Westerville Public Library will kick off its Summer Reading Program on May 30.
You can read more about the event here.
In addition, banjo player Jim Gill will be in concert 4 p.m. June 10 at the library,
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Posted on May 10, 2012, in Family events and tagged banjo, Chris Pugh, Jim Gill, photography class, summer reading program, The Coburn Art Gallery, View From The Pugh, Westerville Public Library, Zoombezi Bay, ZOOMPASS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.