The Uptown Westerville Merchant’s Blog
Adam Bennati, the son of Cinda Lou’sDebbie, received a visual shout from Dave Grohl during the Grammys.
Grohl wore a t-shirt for Children, Bennati’s old band.
Check wallets, purses, bags, drawers, and under the couch cushions to see if you have an Uptown Westerville Gift Card. They never lose value and are as good today as the day you received it.
Lil’ Red and the Rooster, an acclaimed blues duo starring Westerville North graduate Jennifer Milligan, will play at Java Central Saturday January 31 after their return from competing the International Blues Challenge in Memphis.
City workers measure and record the grade for new and replacement playground equipment in Alum Creek Park on Main Street. The older playground will be replaced after a new set of equipment is installed.
The Annual Christmas Progressive Concert, is Friday, December 12. This walking event stops in three Uptown churches – Church of the Master, Church of the Messiah, and First Presbyterian Church – all within about a block of each other.
Santa and Mrs. Claus wave to the collection of children gathered along the Sertoma Children’s Christmas Parade route Sunday in the annual event that this year honored Benjamin Hanby’s 150th anniversary of writing “Up on the Housetop,” a perennial Christmas favorite.
The Uptown Gift Card is a debit card sponsored by the Uptown Westerville Merchants Association to make shopping at its members easier for you and your family, friends, and business associates.
With no fixed amount you can buy a card with just a few dollars or put as much as you want in any denomination. You can tailor your budget and fiscal needs and still provide a unique shopping experience to the person receiving your gift.
Brewer Alex Francis inspects one of the cooking kettles inside the brewery at Uptown Deli and Brew where the first beers brewed in the facility are complete and waiting for opening day.