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Provided by: The Muskingum County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Hours: Weekdays 8:30am-5pm

205 N Fifth St, Zanesville



Friday, April 6, through Thursday, April 12, 2018

Columbus Crossing Borders Project Exhibition-Final Days!
Fri & Sat, April 6 & 7, 10am-5pm
Zanesville Museum of Art, 620 Military Rd, Zanesville


First Friday Art Walk
Fri, April 6, 5-8pm
Downtown Zanesville
Explore downtown Zanesville during the Art Walk!

Visit studios and galleries and view the artwork of nearly 300 artists. Live music, entertainment, refreshments and a new featured artist each month.
Stop by the Yan Sun Art Museum for a reception to announce the upcoming photography exhibition for April featuring works by members of the Photography Addiction Support Group.  This fantastic group of photographers have been conducting a photography “Challenge” for a long time. Each week, they have a theme of challenge. And each photographer submits works correspondingly. Their photographic artworks show incredible beauty to the viewers.

Visit The Welcome Center, 205 N 5th St (across from the John McIntire Library) from 5-7pm!  The Chamber of Commerce and the Zanesville Museum of Art are hosting a viewing of paintings by Karl Kappes.

JD Burlee Live & DJ Jawz

Fri, April 6, 7-11pm & 11pm-2am

The Barn, 1947 Linden Ave, Zanesville


DJ Zack Haden

Sat, April 7, 11pm-3am

The Barn, 1947 Linden Ave, Zanesville

Cameron Carpenter featuring the International Touring Organ

Sun, April 8, 3pm

Secrest Auditorium, 334 Shinnick St, Zanesville

Presented as the closing concert for the Zanesville Concert Association’s 79th Concert Series. Cameron Carpenter is smashing the stereotypes of organists and organ music worldwide, all the while generating international acclaim and controversy unprecedented in his field. During this his second US tour, Cameron will play multiple genres from Bach to film scores, as well as his original compositions, transcriptions, and arrangements. His instrument of choice is a cross-genre digital organ built by Marshall and Ogletree to his own design. (740) 588-0871

The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Meeting

Mon, April 9, noon

515 Putnam Ave, Zanesville

Dr. Anita Jackson will present the program “The Struggles of Marriage during Slavery.”

Reservations for the May 17 Spring Brunch can be made by calling 740-453-6439.

Music Trivia with Paul Tompkins

Mon, April 9, 7-11pm

The Barn, 1947 Linden Ave, Zanesville


Lunch & Learn Program – Rainbows, Bluebirds, and Buffleheads

Tues, April 10, 12pm

John McIntire Library, 220 N 5thSt, Zanesville

Author and bird enthusiast Bill Beatty will share favorite stories from his book about a lifetime of amazing bird experiences. Boxed lunches will be available beginning at 11:30 a.m. with the program starting at 12:00 p.m.

Registration is required, free of charge, and can be completed by contacting the Reference Desk at 740.453.0391, ext. 116 or132. Online registration is also available at

Muskingum Valley Park District Meeting

Tues, April 10, 5:30pm

Muskingum Valley Park District, 1720 Euclid Ave, Zanesville or 740-455-8237 for details.


Trivia with Rick Sabine

Tues, April 10, 7-9pm

The Barn, 1947 Linden Ave, Zanesville

Big fun for Big Brains Cash Prizes.


SpeedQuizzing: Smartphone Pub Quiz

Wed, April 11, 7:30pm

The Angry Bull Saloon, 1406 Linden Ave, Zanesville

Get ready for the fastest, funniest, and best multimedia bar trivia game EVER!  Free to play!  Gift cards to 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners.  Other prizes given out through the night.  Arrive early to guarantee you spot!  What you need: 1 smartphone or tablet per team, the free app Speedquizzing-Virtual Buzzer, and a team of 1-10 people.

Follow Angry Bull Saloon on Facebook for the evening’s first question, worth a prize to the 1st team to answer correctly.

Ronnie B Karaoke

Wed, April 11, 8:30-11:30pm

The Barn, 1947 Linden Ave, Zanesville

Best Karaoke in town on Wednesday nights!

Job Fair

Thurs, April 12, 2-6pm

Colony Square Mall, 3575 Maple Ave, Zanesville

Sponsored by Ohio Means Jobs

Stories Against Slavery

Thurs, April 12, 6pm

John McIntire Library, 220 N 5th St, Zanesville

The Muskingum County Library System is hosting the Mid-East Ohio Rescue and Restore Coalition for this important program on human trafficking featuring author and Ohio State University professor Dr. Elaine Richardson.

For more information please contact

Zanesville Museum of Art-Zanesville Teens Making Art
Thursdays, April 12, 6:15-7:30pm (Also April 26, May 3 & May 24)
Zanesville Museum of Art, 620 Military Rd, Zanesville
Join us for a unique teen art-making program that will help young adults strengthen valuable team-building and leadership skills.  Participants of the ZTMA community will collaborate with artist mentors, develop social networks with other creative teens, make art individually for their portfolios, and create art collaboratively for community-wide projects.  Each month, teens in grades seven through twelve will meet after school to organize, plan, create, and execute a joint artistic project.
Free for members.  $15 for yearly student museum membership for not-yet members.  Free student memberships are available.

Contact Misty Johnson for more information.  No experience required.  Recommended for teens grades 7-12.  Registration required.

Ongoing Events:

DISPLAY-National Trail Knitting Guild

Throughout April, Mon-Thurs, 9:30am-8pm, Fri & Sat, 9:30am-6pm, Sun 1-5pm

John McIntire Library, 220 N 5thSt, Zanesville

Stop by John McIntire Library’s lobby to see the work of talented area craftspeople.


DISPLAY-Hoffman Challenge Clothing

Throughout April, Mon-Fri 9:30am-5pm

John McIntire Library, 220 N 5thSt, Zanesville

Be sure to visit the Carnegie Wing Gallery at John McIntire Library to see clothing created for this year’s challenge by artists from around the country. The Carnegie Wing Gallery is on the second floor of John McIntire Library and is open to the public.


Expression of Life comes to Muskingum University
Exhibition through April 20, Mon-Fri 8am-11pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1-11pm

Three-dimensional sculptures by Visiting Professor William Accorsi, a Muskingum University 1954graduate, will be exhibited on campus in the Roberta A. Smith Library on campus from Monday, March 19 through Friday, April 20. Accorsi uses various mediums such as wood, beads and buttons to depict people moving through daily life. Free and open to the public.  


Action! An Exhibition of LeRoy Neiman’s Champions
Through April 14, Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri 9:30am-3:30pm; Thurs 9:30am-8:30pm; Saturdays 1-4pm
Muskingum University’s Louis O. Palmer Gallery and Philip & Betsey Caldwell Hall
A large selection of LeRoy Neiman’s works will be on display at Muskingum University on loan from The LeRoy Neiman Foundation. The exhibition features 74 works on display in Ohio for the first time. “Action!,” is presented by Muskingum University and Kessler Sign Company, with additional support provided by Century National Bank and Barnes & Noble. Best known for his brilliantly colored, stunningly energetic images of sporting events and leisure activities, LeRoy Neiman was one of the most popular living artists in the United States before his passing in 2012. Even those unfamiliar with his name will recognize his work, which often featured brilliant and bright strokes of magentas, yellows and greens applied in a fluid, abstract manner to describe the action taking place before him at Super Bowl games, Olympic contests and heavyweight boxing matches. Neiman counted many major sports figures and celebrities, including Frank Sinatra and Muhammad Ali, as personal friends, and was often seen sketching at major events on live television. For more information about the exhibition, visit or email Join the conversation online using #NeimanAtMU. Free and open to the public.


Ukiyo-E Masters of Tradition Display

Through April 14, Wed, Fri, & Sat 10am-5pm, Thurs 10am-7pm

Zanesville Museum of Art, 620 Military Rd, Zanesville

Display of prints, ukiyo-e, pictures of the floating world, illustrate a unique time in Japanese culture.


Ohio Women’s Inter-City Bowling Association Tournament

Saturdays & Sundays, February 17-April 15

Sunrise Strikes, 1940 East Pike, Zanesville


Winter at The Wilds Tour

Through April, daily 11am-2pm

The Wilds, International Road, Cumberland

Get a truly unique perspective when you take the Winter at The Wilds Tour for up-close interactions with our animals given by our animal management staff! Bring your camera for this exclusive, one-of-a-kind safari – where you will have to opportunity to see giraffe and baby rhinos! The Winter at The Wilds Tours take guests both into pasture and behind the scenes to view animals in their winter housing and exercise yards where you will also learn about special winter enrichment activities to keep the animals entertained. Advanced reservations and payment required at least 72 hours in advance. General Admission (min age: 4yrs)): $125.00 Members: $100.00, Lodge guests: $60.00


The Character of Mexico 1959-1960: Works by Dr Charles Dietz

Through  August 11, Wed, Fri, & Sat, 10am-5pm & Thurs, 10am-7:30pm
Linn Auditorium, Zanesville Museum of Art, 620 Military Rd, Zanesville
Many people know Dr. Charles Dietz as the Director of the Zanesville Art Institute of the Zanesville Art Center from 1954-1995.  Dietz was also an accomplished artist who took a sabbatical from the museum from 1959-60 to focus on his painting.



Contact Information for Additional Points of Interest …..


Alan Cottrill Sculpture Museum, 110 S 6th St, Zanesville


Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, weekends: call first


Dr. Increase Mathews House Museum Tours, 304 Woodlawn Ave, Zanesville


May-Sep, Wed-Fri 1-4pm, Sat 10am-4pm. Open Year Round by appointment.


Gallery G (in Masonic Temple), 38 N 4th St, Zanesville


Mon-Fri 1-4, Sat 9am-1pm


John & Annie Glenn Museum, 72 W Main St, New Concord


May-Sep: Wed-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1-5pm.

Oct: Wed-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 1-4pm. Always happy to add visitors to a scheduled group tour.


John McIntire Public Library, 220 N Fifth St, Zanesville


Library Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:30am-8pm, Fri & Sat 9:30am-6pm, Sun 1-5pm

Carnegie Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-5pm


Longaberger Patio Shops, 600 Main St, Dresden


Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12-5pm. Call for tour information and exclusive shopping times for groups.


Masonic Temple (Arts & Entertainment), 38 N 4th St, Zanesville

Check out the Masonic Temple Building on Facebook

Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, call individual spaces for weekend & extended hours


Muskingum Valley Park District, 1720 Euclid Ave, Zanesville

Please call first 740.455.8237/

Mon-Thurs 8:30am-12:30pm (or by appointment)


National Road and Zane Grey Museum, 8850 E Pike, Norwich


May-Sep: Wed-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1-5pm.

Oct: Wed-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 1-4pm.

Open for groups of 10 or more by appointment & always happy to add visitors to a scheduled group tour.


Stone Academy, 115 Jefferson St, Zanesville


May-Sep, Wed-Fri 1-4pm, Sat 10am-4pm. Open Year Round by appointment.


the Wilds, 14000 International Rd, Cumberland


May-Oct-10am-4pm daily, Oct-Weekends 10am-4pm, Nov-April (Winter tours by advance reservation ONLY)


Zanesville Museum of Art, 620 Military Rd, Zanesville


Wed, Fri, & Sat 10am-5pm, Thurs 10am-7:30pm

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