Some people may describe Worthington as an established inner-ring suburb with relatively high housing density and a new urbanist vibe. Others may describe Worthington as a quaint New England town situated in the Midwest. Those would all be accurate descriptions of Worthington but on October 21st we’re going country!
Country you say? That’s right country! October 21st is the date for the Wo’Town Hoedown! They say that the Wo’Town Hoedown will be a time to saddle up and get ready for a boot-stompin’ good time!
- BARBEQUE from Oak Hill BBQ!
- Delicious samples from J. Gilbert’s, Rusty Bucket, Panera, and Aladdin’s
- Cash Bar
- Rob Mottice and THE APPLE BOTTOM GANG will be live on site!
There will be live and silent auctions! Raffles galore!
The event will be held outside the Shops at Worthington Place, 7:00-10:00 p.m. and you’re encouraged to wear your favorite western garb! Yee Ha!
This event is the primary fundraiser for the Worthington Education Foundation. The Foundation was formed on May 4, 1988, by a group of community leaders dedicated to making the educational experience of our children something extraordinary. Their goal was to make funds available for educational projects that went beyond the basic curriculum and would not otherwise be funded with tax dollars.
Over its nearly 25 year history, the Foundation has raised over $405,000 in contributions and awarded over 400 grants totaling over $310,000 to Worthington teachers and staff to fund exciting and innovative educational projects for our students. These projects range across all schools, grade levels, and subject areas.
We’re going country and we’d love for you to join us! Purchase tickets asap at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wotown-hoedown-tickets-36978889855
- Trent Bowers, Superintendent