430 S MAIN STREET, 2ND FLOOR (ABOVE THE POLICE STATION)
PATASKALA, OHIO 43062(740) 927-9986
The Sterling Theater is run by The Historic Pataskala Town Hall, Inc., a 501c3 organization that was formed by local community members to renovate this essential landmark. The mission of The Historic Pataskala Town Hall, Inc. is to renovate and restore the Sterling Theater as a place the community gathers to revisit their past and to promote future cultural, educational, and entertainment experiences.
300 S. MAIN STREET
PATASKALA, OHIO 43062(740) 927-8199 OR (740) 927-3688
The Mead-Needham Museum, Inc., is a spin off organization of the West Licking Historical Society, Inc. The Mead-Needham was created to purchase real estate in order to create a physical location in which to display local artifacts and educate the local community about the rich history of the area the Mead Needham and WLHS serve. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. Please contact the Museum for hours of operations.
550 TOWNSHIP RD.
PATASKALA, OHIO 43062
The Pataskala Community Pool is ran by the Pataskala Recreation Association (PRA), which is an all volunteer non-profit group. The pool is home to the Porpoise Swim Team from May through July. The pool staff also offers swim lessons.