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CONVERSATION PEACE: Lincoln Theatre Association

Thursday, April 6 Lincoln Theatre 6:00pm

Conversations about important issues and live performances highlight this gala.

For details, log on to www.lincolntheatrecolumbus.com.

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RUN DOWN THE DEMONS 5K: OSU College of Social Work

Saturday, April 1 OSU’s Remembrance Park 10:00am – 2:00pm

This obstacle run and walk is designed to raise awareness about mental health issues faced by military veterans and their families.

For details, log on to www.rundownthedemons.org.

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BASICS FOR MATURE JOB SEEKERS: Employment for Seniors

April 5 and 12 4300 East Broad Street 9:30am

Mature job-seekers can learn about resume development, interviewing skills and networking.

For details, log on to www.employseniors.org.

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RED JACKET BALL: City Year Columbus

Saturday, April 8 Hilton Columbus Downtown 6:00p,m – 9:00pm

Liz Murray, author of “My Journey from Homeless to Harvard”, is the keynote speaker.

For details, e-mail lthieken@cityyear.org.

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FREE INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE: Military Veterans Resource Center

Through April 18 1395 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. Various hours

Eligible military veterans and spouses can get free help with filing their income taxes.

For details, log on to www.milvetsrc.org/taxes.

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CASINO NIGHT: James Cancer Hospital

Saturday, April 8 Ohio Union Ballroom 7:30pm

Alpha Tau Omega sponsors Casino Night to raise money for the Urban and Shelley Meyer Fund for Cancer Research.

For details, log on to http://www.alphatauomegaosu.com/ato-casino-night.

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LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON: Boy Scouts of America

Thursday, April 13 Renaissance Downtown 12:00pm – 1:15pm

Community leaders, including 10TV’s Jerry Revish, will be honored at the Boys Scouts of America Leadership Luncheon.

For details, call (614) 310-1324 or log on to www.skcscouts.org/leadership.

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COURAGE: Columbus Dance Theatre

March 31 and April 1 Fisher Theatre Various times

“Courage” is a dance work confronting the issues of race and hate speech.

For details, call (614) 849-0227 or log on to www.columbusdancetheatre.com

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THE FUTURE OF COLUMBUS’S CREATIVE ECONOMY: Columbus Metropolitan Club

Wednesday, March 29 The Boat House at Confluence Park 12:00pm – 1:15pm

CCAD President Melanie Corn will discuss the roles of artists and designers in the Columbus economy.

For details, call (614) 464-3220 or log on to www.columbusmetroclub.org.

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BLUE FOR THE NIGHT : Race for Hope

Thursday, March 30 The Boat House Restaurant 5:45pm – 8:00pm

Watch the downtown skyline light up in blue to kick off Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.

For details, call (614) 761-2403 or log on to http://www.raceforhope.com.

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2017 WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: YWCA Columbus

Wednesday, April 5 Greater Columbus Convention Center 11:30am – 1:00pm

Honor six Columbus women who have made extraordinary contributions to the community.

For details, call (614) 224-9121 or log on to www.ywcacolumbus.org.

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TASTE OF CLINTONVILLE: Experience Clintonville

Thursday, April 6 Various restaurants in Clintonville

Clintonville restaurants will share samples of their signature dishes.

For details, log on to www.experienceclintonville.com.

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SHRED-IT-DAY: Central Ohio Crime Stoppers

Saturday, April 8 Three locations 8:00am – 1:00pm

Shred and recycle your paperwork for free. Paper only.

For details, e-mail crimestopperscmh@yahoo.com.

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FACES OF RESILIENCE: OSU STAR Program

Thursday, April 13 Hilton Downtown 5:30pm

This program will feature three courageous individuals who will share their personal stories of surviving overwhelming trauma.

For details, log on to www.go.osu.edu/FacesOfResilience.

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FIESTA 2017: Montana de Luz

Friday, March 31 The Ivory Room 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Enjoy a buffet dinner and auctions and support the children of Montana de Luz.

For details, call (614) 848-8077 or log on to www.montanadeluz.org.

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A WHIMSICAL SOIREE: Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Saturday, April 8 Lincoln Theatre 7:00pm

Celebrate 60 years of Pleasure Guild play memories.

For details, log on to www.give.nationwidechildrens.org/pgplay.

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STEM ROCKS THE BOX 2017: ShadowBox Live

Tuesday, March 28 5:00pm

High school students interested in a professional theatre environment can apply for this bootcamp.

For details, log on to http://www.shadowboxlive.org/academy/stem-rocks-the-box.

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NON-PROFIT WORKSHOP: OSU College of Social Work

March 29-31 Blackwell Inn 9:00am – 5:00pm

This three-day program will help nonprofit leaders integrate social impact investing into their funding strategy.

For details, call (614) 292-3540 or lot on to http://cws.osu.edu.

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GOD AND COUNTRY CONCERT: Salvation Army

Saturday, April 1 Polaris Fashion Place/Upper Arlington Lutheran Church

World-renowned Salvation Army musicians will perform at these free concerts.

For details, log on to www.godandcountryconcert.org.

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