Apr. 9 Easter Egg Hunt

3pm, East Lawn

Have your cameras ready for an appearance from the Easter Bunny.

 

Apr. 20 Story Time with Union County Library

10:30am-11am, Clubhouse

Join us every Thursday this summer for story time at Pasquale’s. Each week a new story will be read by a guest.

 

Wednesdays Trivia Night 

6:30pm-8pm, Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

****Happy Hour 4pm-6pm****

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Mar. 5 Jerome Village Day 

12:00pm- 4pm, Costco

Residents will receive a FREE shopping pass and membership incentives.

Complimentary refreshments will be served.

 

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Mar. 19 Rock Painting Party

1pm-3pm, Clubhouse

Painted rocks are popping up across Northeast Ohio thanks to a Facebook Group

‘Northeast Ohio Rocks’

The idea is simple: Paint a rock with a picture or words or encouragement and leave them outside for someone to find.

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Mar. 26 Dinner and a Movie

6:30-8pm, Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

Start SPRING BREAK off right with a family dinner and a movie!

****Happy Hour DRINK PRICES until 7:30****

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Feb. 5 Super Bowl, Super Deal

Pasquale’s Dinner to Go, 5:30pm- 8pm

14″ Pizza with up to 3 toppings

1 lb. of Wings

1 Order of Cheesy Garlic Bread

$30 with limited delivery to Jerome and Curb Side pick-up options available.

 

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Feb. 14 Valentine’s Dinner 

Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub, 5:30-8pm

Share a ‘pizza your heart’ with a heart shaped pizza!

14″ with up to 2 toppings for $14.00

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Feb. 19 Dinner and a Movie

Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub, 6:30-8pm

With NO SCHOOL on Monday February 20th, we are bringing dinner and

a Disney movie to the Pasquale’s big screen!

Happy Hour drink prices until 7:30pm.

 

 

 

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Dec. 31 Kick off the New Year

Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub, 6:30pm- 12am

Join Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub New Year’s Eve for an all you can eat and drink buffet from 6:30pm-9:30pm (includes draft beer and wine) and viewing party of the Buckeye game. We look forward to celebrating a Buckeye victory prior to our New Years toast at midnight. Call for advance tickets adults $40, children $15. Advance tickets will include discount pricing and guarantees seating.

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Jan. 23 Wine and Unwind Painting Party

Clubhouse, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Bring a neighbor or friend and create a memory that will last forever. Reserve your tickets through Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub (limited seating) $45.

Reservations required: 614.733.0006

This Week News: Sarah Sole

The Dublin City School District has until Feb. 8 to purchase 39.8 acres of land in Nationwide Realty’s 1,500-acre Jerome Village development that could be the site of a future elementary and middle school.District Director of Business Operations Jeff Stark, said school officials believe developers of Jerome Village will be flexible on the Feb. 8 deadline.

Stark told Dublin Board of Education members the results of a variety of land studies conducted by Columbus-based civil engineering firm EMH&T.

“We did quite a bit of due diligence,” Stark said.

He said he is “very, very confident” that the land is in good condition.

Stark said the district has spent about $5,000 on land studies undertaken by EMH&T.

According to a Nov. 2 Letter sent via email to Stark from district legal counsel Bricker & Eckler, attorneys are still waiting to hear some additional details about the property purchase, including whether right-of-way and utility extensions have been completed.

The district would be able to purchase the 39.8 acres for $1.

The district also has the option to purchase an additional 12 acres of land at fair market value and can do so before Feb. 8, 2026. The land is in Jerome Township.

A master planning presentation given April 25 to board members stated the district estimated K-8 configuration of an elementary and middle school in Jerome Village would cost $20.3 million and $37.5 million, respectively, for a total of a little more than $57.8 million.

District officials will meet with Jerome Village developers after Thanksgiving to discuss the area’s population growth, Stark said.

Jerome Village will have 2,200 residences when it becomes fully developed.

Tina Guegold of Nationwide Realty Investors said Jerome Village has approximately 400 homes completed and another 100 under construction.

“We are pleased to see the Dublin City School District continue to make progress on its plans for a school at Jerome Village,” Guegold wrote in an emailed statement.

“They have an outstanding site that backs to the nature preserve and is directly connected to the trail system for students to walk or bike to school. It will be a great neighborhood school.”

See the Original Article HERE

 

December Events 

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Big Ten Championship Game 

When: December 3rd at 4pm

Where: Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

What: Come join Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub to celebrate the Big Ten Championship Game!

Game day specials will include:

$2.50 Bud Light Drafts, $14- 14″ Pizzas and 1/2 off Garlic Cheese Bread!

Holiday Party with Santa

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When: December 13th 5:30-7:30pm

Where: Clubhouse

What: Bring the family for holiday photos with Santa!

Grizzell Middle School choir will be on site to share the holiday spirit by performing holiday favorites.

The kids will enjoy Rudolph candy cane crafts. Food and drink specials will be available with happy hour extended until 7:30pm

DJ Trivia

When: Every Wednesday 6:30-8:00pm

Where: Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

What: Join the neighborly competition every Wednesday at Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub to test your knowledge and try for fun prizes!

The top 3 teams will win a prize!

 

 

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Nov. 5 Diwali Festival of Lights 

7:00 pm- 8:00 pm Cocktail Hour
8:00 pm- 9:00 pm Bollywood Dance show
9:00 pm – 12:00pm Dandiya (Traditional Indian fold dance)
Dance floor open
OSU Game on all TVs

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Nov. 15 Troop 61704 Donation Packaging Party

5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

J.V.C.C. and Pasquale’s has adopted Troop 61704 for the holidays.
Bring non perishable items or OSU gear to send a little bit of home.
Each family will have a chance to send a thank you letter to a hero
fighting overseas. This troop has 80 soldiers; the Chief has
requested donations that will help our troop celebrate the
upcoming holidays.

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Nov. 26 Beat Michigan Tailgate

11:00 am-3:00 pm Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub

$2.50 Bud Light Drafts, $14-14’’ Pizza, ½ off Garlic Cheese Bread
*Crafts for the kids and games on the East Lawn (weather permitting)*

October Events at Jerome Village

 

OSU Tailgate With Your Neighbors
When:
Saturday, October 1, 11:00 am
Details:
Join us by the East Lawn/Clubhouse to tailgate with your neighbors! There will be complimentary grilled hot dogs and appetizers (limited time)
***ASK ABOUT THE DRINK SPECIALS***
Harvest Fest with Jacquemin Farms
When:
Monday, October 17, 5:30-7:30pm
Details:
Come get the freshest fall vegetables while your children pick out their Jack-o-lantern from the pumpkin patch.
Pasquale’s will be OPEN & severing hot apple cider!
Costume Dinner
When:
Tuesday, October 25, 5:30-7pm
Details:
Children dressed in their HALLOWEEN best eat FREE!
Spooky Specials & Most Original Costume Prize
Happy Hour specials offered until 7:30pm
Trivia Night
When:
Every Wednesday, 6:30-8:00pm
Details:
Join us at Pasquale’s Pizza & Pub Wednesday nights at 6:30pm for DJ Trivia! A fun and friendly competition between neighbors and guests featuring an interactive trivia game with a Live DJ host!
Call the Community Center for more information.614.733.0999

Last summer saw more students enroll in the Dublin City School District than this summer, although numbers this year are still considered higher than normal.

As of Aug. 17 not counting preschoolers, 15,560 students were enrolled in the district, said Tracey Miller, Dublin’s director of operations.

That’s an increase of 275 students from last year.

Miller predicts enrollment will increase by more than 300 students this year.

“It’s close to where we had projected,” he said.

During the past 10 years, the district has averaged between 240 and 250 new students per summer enrollment cycle, Miller said.

Last year was an anomaly; almost 500 students were added.

District growth can cause overcrowding in school common areas and cause the district to move teachers from one school to another, Miller said.

Growth in certain areas can also necessitate redistricting, which happened last academic year.

Hot spots

Using enrollment data as of Aug. 17, Griffith Thomas Elementary, Ann Simpson Davis Middle School and Dublin Jerome High School saw the most increases, Miller said.

Thomas added 84 students since the end of May for a total of 802 students, and district officials didn’t anticipate an increase quite that high, he said.

Davis added 67 students, for a total of 978 students, higher than the enrollment projection of 917.

Jerome added 126 students, an increase on par with district projections, for a total of 1,677 students.

Miller said he thinks growth at Jerome will continue until the northwest quadrant of the district builds out.

Residential growth

The district continues to see growth in the northwest, at Jerome and Glacier Ridge Elementary School, Miller said.

When attendance boundaries were redrawn last year, officials moved students from Glacier Ridge to Wyandot Elementary School.

Even with that adjustment, Glacier Ridge has increased by 50 students this summer.

Future redistricting depends upon where the district sees growth, Miller said.

Miller said the district is growing in the area of the Jerome Village development.

That 1,500-acre development will have 2,200 residences when fully completed.

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District Planner Ralph Feasel listed several other residential developments in progress in the district’s northwest quadrant, which he specified as anything north of U.S. Route 33 and west of the Scioto River. The developments included Celtic Crossing, Britton Woods, Deer Run Estates, the final area in Muirfield Village, Waterford Estates, Kaufman Reserve, Mitchell Crossing, Mitchell Highlands and Riviera.

Some of these developments are just starting to construct homes, while others already have some homes built out, Feasel said.

The developments together include a total of 465 single-family homes.

For many years, about 300 houses per year were added to the district, Feasel said, and the majority of those were in the northwest quadrant.

“We were just steady,” he said.

Growth has decreased to 200-some houses annually, he said, although that number still affects the district.

For enrollment projection purposes, district staff members say a single-family home generates half an elementary student, a quarter of a middle school student and a quarter of a high school student.

Crowding

Miller said in preparation for this academic year, student growth caused the district to transfer two teachers from one elementary school building to another late in the summer.

“That’s very upsetting to them,” he said.

Student growth has also caused lunchtimes in the district’s secondary schools to become crowded.

Common spaces such as gyms and libraries are also crowded in buildings at or over capacity across the district.

At Dublin Coffman High School, the band is so large students can’t all practice together in the space.

New schools

Along with an alternative high school option, district officials previously recommended the addition of two new elementary schools and a middle school as a response to enrollment projections.

Land has already been identified for an elementary school in Jerome Village.

The second school would be located in the southwest quadrant, near Thomas, Riverside, Wright and Indian Run elementary schools, Miller said, but that decision depends upon where in the district students are added.

A preliminary location for the middle school is somewhere in the district’s northwest quadrant.

“We realize that this is a great problem to have,” Miller said.

“Growth is a sign of health, and this is a very, very healthy district.”