Ahhh summer. It’s a great time to get out, explore your community and take a stroll or a run. This summer, you’ll be able to find OhioHealth in your community and join us for our annual Summer Series. From walking at the Columbus Zoo to running races for a good cause, there’s an event for the entire family in June.
Join OhioHealth at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium for this free summer walking program. Learn more about health and wellness tips from OhioHealth physicians and zoo animal experts as you walk with the animals this summer!
Join the Columbus community and the American Brain Tumor Association on Saturday, June 2, 2018, for the Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5k. This event helps fundraise to provide resources to the 700,000 people living with a brain tumor diagnosis.
NAMIWalks helps raise money and awareness for those affected by mental illness. Come out to Wolfe Park on Saturday, June 9, 2017, and join hundreds of others as they walk to raise money to help families affected by mental illness in the community.
Relay for Life
From Gahanna to Logan, Westerville to Kenton and London, Ohio join thousands of community members at a local Relay for Life event. These events bring people together as they honor survivors, remember loved ones and raise money for the American Cancer Society.
Kick off Pride weekend on Friday, June 15, 2018, at the Run for Pride 5K. Grab friends and family and run or walk along the Scioto River to benefit Stonewall Columbus Youth Programming.
There’s plenty of fun to be had on Friday, June 22, 2018, with friends and family in Uptown Westerville. Enjoy food, entertainment, kid’s activities and hang out with the Westerville Division of Police and Fire as talk about safety.
Wrap up the month of June with the Take Steps walk on June 23, 2018, that helps raise money for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. The evening will be filled with music, food, and entertainment so sign up today and join hundreds of people at the Take Steps walk.
OhioHealth is dedicated to improving the health of those we serve. To learn more about more events in our communities, check out OhioHealth Events.