QR codes point downtown visitors in direction of entertainment


PORT CLINTON – Within a few quick swipes on a smartphone, either curious visitors or interested locals stopping by downtown Port Clinton can see the latest list of live entertainment performing at Meals on Madison.

Meals on Madison, or M.O.M., refers to the 100 block of Madison Street, which is cordoned off for outdoor recreational and dining space throughout the summer season.

Main Street Port Clinton, the primary organizer of Meals on Madison, recently introduced a new QR code that can be scanned by any smart device with a camera to access a complete schedule of live entertainment and other related information.

The QR code has been posted throughout the downtown area, as well as shared online on various social media platforms.

Main Street Port Clinton, the primary organizer of Meals on Madison, has recently introduced a new QR code that can be scanned by any smart device with a camera to access a complete schedule of live entertainment and other related information.

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First M.O.M. was so successful it brought on year two

Meals on Madison is in its second season after being created last year as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated social distancing requirements. However, the idea proved so successful, local officials and businesses supported its return this year.



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