The Social Activities Committee has announced two community events coming up this summer that are open to all Muirfield residents.
Mark your calendars for these two great events, then watch for more information in upcoming emails!
Community Yard/Garage Sale - Saturday, June 23
Annual Fishing Derby - Sunday, August 19
In addition to these two events, the Euchre Group has an ongoing opportunity to play!
Do you like to play euchre? The euchre group is always looking for subs, either couples or singles.
If you’d like to join in the fun, contact Jackie Miller at
Dublin Arts Council Garden Party Fundraiser
Muirfield Association is pleased to pass on this community announcement:
Shake off the winter blues and support the arts by attending Dublin Arts Council’s annual Garden Party fundraiser Friday, May 4, 2018 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Conference Center at OCLC, 6600 Kilgour Place, Dublin. The annual Garden Party fundraiser is a lovely evening featuring amazing culinary offerings from some of central Ohio’s top restaurants, a silent auction, two wine and beer bars and live entertainment. Approximately 250 people attend the annual event, held at the beautiful OCLC world headquarters in Dublin.
Friday, May 4, 2018
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
The Conference Center at OCLC
6600 Kilgour Place, Dublin, Ohio
Monies raised by the Garden Party, Dublin Arts Council’s largest fundraiser of the year, allow the organization to continue to provide high-quality, stimulating and educational programs, exhibitions and events for Dublin residents and visitors.
Dublin’s Community Service Day is Saturday, May 5 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. On this day, volunteers go out into the community to help senior citizens or others in need with outdoor spring cleanup such as weeding, mulching and flower planting. All materials, such as rakes, mulch and flowers, need to be provided by the homeowner.
If you know someone in your community who is in need of such assistance, please have them contact the Dublin Chamber at 614-889-2001.
With spring and summer approaching, our staff would like to pass on some friendly reminders to help keep your family and your neighbors safe.
Our beautiful village has many winding and sometimes narrow streets. Cars parked in the street can make it difficult to pass, especially for large, emergency vehicles such as fire engines. A parked vehicle can obscure a driver’s view of what may be ahead in the street, including children who are walking or riding bicycles. Vehicles parked opposite driveways can make safely backing out of the drive very difficult. For all of these reasons, please consider parking in the driveway and asking any guests or contractors to do the same whenever possible.
The City of Dublin has a law against leaving a vehicle parked on a public street in the same place for longer than 48 hours. Please be aware that the city can ticket vehicles that violate the law.
With the exception of the gated areas, all streets in Muirfield are public and are not governed by Muirfield Association. Please report any issues or concerns to the Dublin Police on their non-emergency number at 614-889-1112.