Franklin County Children Services and Mayor Andrew J. Ginther's FamJam
August 17, 2019
Columbus Commons (160 S. High Street)
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
FCCS and Mayor Andrew J. Ginther’s FamJam is a free family enrichment festival held each year. Join us on August 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the John F. Wolfe Columbus Commons for a fun day of food, entertainment and community resource booths. FCCS and the City of Columbus Department of Neighborhoods will jointly present this kid-friendly event for the 9th consecutive year.
FamJam includes fun and informative activities for the whole family. The fun will go on rain or shine. The event is free, but there is a charge for parking at local garages. Entertainment will be provided by local youth acts on the pavilion stage. More than 85 organizations will offer resources, giveaways and health screenings to the community at their booths. We will also be joined by safety forces from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and the Columbus divisions of police and fire. Complimentary snacks will also be provided.
Photos from the 2018 Event
Mayor Andrew J. Ginther attends FamJam 2018.
(From left) City of Columbus Department of Neighborhoods Director Carla Williams-Scott, Columbus City Council Members Emmanuel Remy and Michael Stinziano
CJ Buggs performs
Franklin County Children Services Executive Director Chip Spinning
Franklinton Prep Steel Drum Band
Inspiration to Movement
Modeling with a Message