Q & A

Q & A

Q: Can I smoke in Columbus?
Smoking – Columbus has a smoking ban.  This means there is no smoking in restaurants, bars and clubs.

Q: Should I make business cards?
A: There will be over 200 people registered for the symposium from all over the country.  We suggest making contact cards for yourself ahead of time – this includes your name, phone number and email address.  It’s always easier to give somebody a card with your contact information then searching for a pen!

Q: What if I don’t want to ask a question during a health or legal panel?
A: Sometimes people get shy in a roomful of people. Don’t worry about it! If you have a question that you’d like to submit ahead of time to be asked by a TransOhio board member during the health or legal panel, please email us with your question – TransOhio@gmail.com.  We’ll also have index cards that you can write your question down on and submit it to a panel, or one of the presenters.

Q: What’s to do in Columbus Late-Night?
A: Columbus has several bars and gathering spots that are GLBTQIA friendly. There are way too many to list, so best to check http://shortnorth.com/AtoZDirectory.html and scroll down to Nightclubs and Bars.  If you’re looking for something specific, let us know and we can get details for you.

Q: Where are some local Restaurants?
A: There are MANY restaurants in the Short North area ranging from inexpensive to not-so-inexpensive. Best thing to do would be to check out http://shortnorth.com/DiningList.html and take a look at what’s where.  Some restaurants have their menu posted.

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