Dixieland music from central Ohio musicians will be offered at this weekend's Sundays @ Scioto concert series.

Dixieland music from central Ohio musicians will be offered at this weekend's Sundays @ Scioto concert series.

The High Street Stompers Dixieland Band will play from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Scioto Park, 7377 Riverside Drive, as part of the Dublin Arts Council's annual summer concert series.

The High Street Stompers feature central Ohio musicians Tom Battenberg, Michael Cox, Vaughn Wiester, Paul Robinson, Terry Douds and Jim Curlis. According to a news release from the arts council, the band was created by professors at Ohio State University's school of music.

Blankets, chairs and picnics are encouraged at the concert. Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams will be selling ice cream and root beer floats to benefit the Dublin Arts Council.

The Sundays @ Scioto concerts run from 7 to 8:30 p.m. every Sunday through July 26.

Leadership Dublin is currently taking applicants for its next 10-month session that helps local leaders expand skills and knowledge to help the community.

According to a news release from Leadership Dublin, applications for the next session, which begins in September, will be taken until Aug. 1.

The class for local adults includes leadership programs that "provide exclusive opportunities for access, dialogue and issues-based education," while also offering career and professional growth through participating companies.

Leadership Dublin is for adults who live or work in the Dublin school district.

For more information or to download an application, look online at leadershipdublin.org.

Subway will soon have food offerings at the Dublin Community Recreation Center, although the official opening date hasn't been determined, the city announced in a news release.

The restaurant received permission from Dublin City Council to move into the recreation center in March.

TehKu Tea Company was formerly located in the recreation center, but closed after less than a year. The rec center continued looking into food offerings because of requests from residents.

Subway will operate under the same hours as the rec center and offer a full menu.

The opening date, once determined, will be announced online at dublin.oh.us/recreation.