A Taste of Napa Valley Wine Pairing and Class
Thursday, April 28 | 6:30 p.m.
The Wine Bistro, One block north of Henderson Rd., 4416 N. High
Columbus, OH 43235 Join us for 10 tastes of Napa Valley wines to
set the palate for assorted cheeses and tapas. For reservations
go to http://winebistrocolumbus.com/Menu-Locations/Clintonville
Vinyasa + Vino
Saturday April 30th, 2016 12 –2 PM
At Quail Crossing Cellars 2899 N. High St. Columbus, Oh 43202
Citrus Rush Cancer Crush
May 21, 2016, Fred Beekman Park, Columbus
Help end childhood cancer & join the race!
For more info and registration details,
follow this link.
Whetstone High School Music Association's
2016 SPRING FLOWER SALE
IT'S FINALLY SPRING! Order landscaping annuals, hanging baskets,
or vegetable plants and support Whetstone High School's music
Order form attached.
A Concert for Children
Sunday, May 29, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Maple Grove UMC Church longs to serve both the families and
businesses of this community. This in an hour-long concert that
will be offered free to the public. Sponsoring this event will
give you a chance to showcase your unique business as we
celebrate the diverse culture of families that live in this
follow the link for sponsorship information and return to
Dawn Nauman at
Dnauman@maplegroveumc.org or call her at 614-506-0388
Blessing of the Animals on May 15th!
Come with your pets to the Maple Grove 15th Annual Blessing of
the Animals on Sunday, May 15. Animal rescue groups and other
animal activities and resources begin at 1:00 p.m. and a service
of animal blessing begins at 2:00 p.m. Maple Grove UMC is
located at the corner of Henderson and High. All Pets are
Welcome. Our website is
March for Freedom
Saturday, June 4, 11 AM
Columbus City Hall
JOIN MAPLE GROVE MINISTRY TO STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING
The State of Ohio is 5th in the United States for human
trafficking, with the average trafficked victims being 12-year
old girls. March for Freedom - Columbus is a 501c3 organization
that was formed for the purpose of raising awareness and
supporting the victims of human trafficking. They are hosting a
March for Freedom in Columbus to raise awareness of the human
rights violations of prostitution and trafficking on Saturday,
June 4, 2016 at 11 AM. The march commences at Columbus City
Hall, 90 West Broad St. and finishes at the Ohio Statehouse.
Maple Grove Human Trafficking Ministry will be joining in this
March. We will meet at the church the morning of June 4 at
10:00 AM to carpool together.
Early registration, including a T-shirt, is $25 and ended, April
1; after April 1, the cost will be $30, including a t-shirt. To
register without a T-shirt, the cost is $20. Please visit
www.marchforfreedomcolumbus.org to register. All funds
received will be used for anti-human trafficking causes. For
additional information or registration scholarship information
and to let us know if you will be joining our Maple Grove group,
please email Sue Pohler or
call her at 614-579-8970.
VBS/Mission Squad - FREE
North Broadway United Methodist
48 E. North Broadway, Columbus OH, 43214,
For more information please click the graphic above.
2016 Park of Roses Free Concert Series
Did you now? The city of Columbus is offering to install sump
pumps with battery backups to eligible Clintonville homeowners
in areas where a lot of rain water is getting into the sanitary
sewer. There will be no direct cost to eligible homeowners. For
more information, call 614-645-8276.
SCORE, a nonprofit entrepreneur education association will
have group meetings or private individual meetings beginning in
April. Contact the Chamber,
firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-262-2790 to make
arrangements. This service is FREE
Buy a 2016 Rotary Calendar for a chance to win all year.
Calendars are $20.00 each and all proceeds will help
Clintonville Rotary with programs and events in the Clintonville
Community. Clintonville Rotary, 278 E. Longview, 43202,
2015 – 16 WHS TOUR SCHEDULE
In preparation for the 2016 High School Open Enrollment and
Lottery, Whetstone has scheduled tours to welcome incoming
freshman and new students for the 2016-17 school year. If you
are interested in a tour, please see the
attached schedule dates, times and contact information. If
you have any questions, please contact the guidance office at
COLLEGE CREDITS PLUS MEETINGS
Attend a College Credits Plus meeting for 6th-11th
grade students and their parents/guardians! All students wishing
to participate in the College Credit Plus Program, must attend
one of these meetings.
See attached flyer for details.
Olentangy Trail Closes for 15 months
Starting August 10, 2015
Please see the attached information from
North Side Mega Fix
Columbus Northern Lions Club Monthly Meetings
Second Wednesday of Each Month at 6:30pm
At Wesley Glen Retirement Community, 5155 N. High St.
For more meeting information please contact Lion Frank Williams at 614-447-2771.
North Columbus Civitan Club
Meetings: 1st& 3rd Thursdays of each month
Meetings are at The Clintonville Woman’s Club, 3951 N. High St.
The Civitans have served the Clintonville-Beechwold community since 1955. The Civitans support the Clintonville-Beechwold CRC, Ohio Special Olympics, The Down Syndrome Association, and many other causes.
The organization offers many volunteer opportunities and participates in many community events. To become a member or to learn more about the Civitans please visit www.northcivitanclub.org.
Join today and make a difference in your community!
The “Catique” at Cat Welfare
Hours: Thursday & Friday-10-4, Saturday-9-4
1005 Mediterranean Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43229
Located in the Busch Blvd. Center Behind the Giant Eagle on 161.
This is a great place to shop for bargains. All
proceeds fund the care of the cats.
Vaughn Weister’s Famous
Clintonville Woman’s Club, 3951 N. High Street
Monday evenings 7:30-11:00
Admission is $10.00 for Adults and $5.00 for Students
Enjoy the sounds of Vaughn Weister and his 21 piece Famous Jazz
Orchestra every Monday evening. CWC will sell coffee, soft
drinks, & snacks. For more information contact the Woman’s Club
Buckeye: Boxes for the Troops
The 2nd and 4th Saturday of Each Month,
4284 N. High Street
Are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer and to help out our
troops? This is you opportunity. If you want to help pack boxes
you hands are certainly needed. In lieu of packing, Operation
Buckeye can always use donations. If you would like to make a
donation, Operation Buckeye needs postage or cash for postage.
For more information visit