2016-2017 City of Columbus Winter Preparedness Update
1/28 Mozart's 22nd Annual Festival and Open House from
Noon-9pm to celebrate the birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart. The guest of honor for the event will be Columbus City
Attorney, Richard C. Pfeiffer, Jr. Festivities include live
classical music, free pastry samples and the cutting of a
piano-shaped birthday cake with "Little Mozart."
Feb. 4, 2017 Solar Workshop & Fair, at
Whetstone Library, 3:30 – 5:30 pm. Learn the basics, meet
Sponsored by Simply Living’s Central Ohio Local Solar (COLS)
Solutions project with support from partnering local installers.
Clintonville Energy Collaborative will be displaying DIY solar
Facebook event link, for full details and to sign up for
free tickets soon. Venue holds 60 total, and about half of the
tickets are reserved already.
WiE Explore 2017 The Women in Engineering
Program (WiE) at The Ohio State University would like to invite
you to WiE Explore. Students in 9th and 10th grade are welcome
to join OSU staff and students to explore what engineering has
to offer. During this event, students will participate in
hands-on engineering activities, meet current engineering
students, tour engineering labs with faculty, and gain valuable
information about careers in engineering. Date Monday, February
20, 2017, Time 8:30am-3pm, *continental breakfast and lunch
provided, Location The Ohio State University Main Campus.
Hosted by the Women in Engineering Program, College of
Engineering Diversity, Outreach and Inclusion Office.
WHS Vocal Program is planning a trip to
Chicago this school year. They have set up a Go Fund Me
Account to help with the
cost of the trip. Please consider donating or sharing the
Whetstone High School Alumni Plaza
please see attached flyer to order bricks.
The Bartlett Medical Clinic & Wellness Center has a new level
of service for the residents in Columbus. Please read Dr.
Heather Bartlett's new level of healthcare.
Health Care Services
Did you know? 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
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,
90 East Wilson Bridge Road, Suite 160 ,
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