Summer is just around the corner and you’ll find Heartland Bankers busy supporting local communities all around central Ohio. We've got a collection of some of the great events that you should put on your list of "things to do" and hopefully we'll get to see you when you're out and about this Summer.
Westerville Music & Arts Festival, presented by Heartland Bank
July 12-13 at Heritage Park and Everal Barn in Westerville
This summer festival was just named Best Suburban Arts Festival in the ‘Best of the Bus’ poll in City Scene Magazine. Hosted by the Westerville Chamber of Commerce, you’ll enjoy this family friendly outdoor event that features fine art and craft exhibits, live entertainment, and art exhibits. Win prizes at the Heartland Bank booth and meet our Westerville Branch Manager Chuck Woodson, VP Commercial Relationship Manager Laurie Pfeiffer or Heartland Bank VP of Investment Services Mark Posey!
August 3-9, in Croton, Ohio
The Demolition Derby (Wednesday, August 6) is the highlight of Heartland Bank Day at the 156th annual Hartford Fair! If you’re looking for some smash-em, crash-em excitement, stop in and visit with Johnstown Branch Manager Randy Kelly at the Heartland Bank booth under the Grandstand!
Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival, presented by Heartland Bank
August 15-16, at Huber Park in Reynoldsburg
Festival-goers enjoy tomato displays and contests, concessions, arts and crafts exhibits, live musical entertainment, children's activities, and the opportunity to meet the friendly people of Reynoldsburg. Stop in the Commercial Tent and visit with Reynoldsburg Branch Manager B.J. Douglass and his staff!
Ohio Craft Brew Festival, presented by Heartland Bank
September 12-14, downtown at the North Market
From north to south and a whole lot of central Ohio, the North Market brings Ohio’s craft brewers to Columbus to share their wares. Representatives from each microbrewery will be on hand to answer questions about their signature drafts. Pick up some pretzels from our booth and see the commercial lending team from Heartland Bank and the Cap Square Consumer Lending Officer James Hazley.
Grove City Arts in the Alley, presented by Heartland Bank
September 21-22, Grove City’s historic Town Center
Hosted by the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce, more than 100 juried exhibitors display and sell fine art, photography, jewelry, crafts, fabric art, glasswork, pottery and wood creations. Saturday morning’s parade highlights a weekend of musical entertainment featured on the Heartland Bank Stage. Stop in and visit with VP, Branch Manager Shirley Spellman and her staff from the Grove City branch. You’ll be glad you did!
Enjoy a restful and refreshing summer! Take time to read a book, take a walk, go on a picnic and don’t miss the festivals and events sponsored by your friends at Heartland Bank. With eleven central Ohio locations to serve you, we are there to make banking a "breeze" (which feels pretty good when it's hot outside).