Community Calendar

"SLICE OF COLUMBUS"   Nationwide Children's Hospital   Wednesday, September 17   Columbus Commons   5:00PM - 9:00PM   20 area pizza shops will serve their most savory pies.  The event also features live music, a children's area, putt putt golf, crafts and facepainting.    For details, call (614) 722-2000 or log on to www.nationwidechildrens.org.

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"PLAY FORE MELISSA'S HOUSE GOLF AND GAME DAY"   Melissa's House   Friday, September 19   Winding Hollow Country Club, New Albany   11:30AM   This fund-raiser features a day of golf and games followed by an evening cocktail party.   For details, log on to www.melissashouse.org.

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"NEW ALBANY CLASSIC"   Center for Family Safety and Healing   Sunday, September 21   Wexner Residence   10:00AM   Enjoy world-class equestrian show-jumping, a concert by Fifth Harmony, Columbus Children's Theatre, and a family festival.   For details, log on to www.thenewalbanyclassic.com.

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"BACKSTAGE AT THE LINCOLN"   Lincoln Theatre Association   Thursday, September 25   769 East Long Street   7:00PM   The audience sits on stage to hear Carl Sally and Friends perform.   For details, call (614) 469-0939 or log on to www.LincolnTheatreColumbus.com.

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"GIRLS IN THE MIDDLE EMPOWERMENT SERIES"   Generating Learning Opportunities   September 27 - November 1   Millenium Community School   10:00AM - 12:00PM   This community-based program supports girls 11 - 14, focusing on topics like leadership development, etiquette, and academic empowerment.   For details, call (614) 327-2954 or e-mail girlsinthemiddleohio@gmail.com.

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"SPEAK UP FOR CHILDREN"   CASA of Franklin County   Tuesday, September 23   Hilton Downtown Columbus   7:15AM    The national CASA CEO is the keynote speaker at this breakfast, supporting children who have suffered abuse.    For details, log on to www.casacolumbus.org.

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"CHAMPIONS OF DIVERSITY"   The Ohio Conference NAACP   Wednesday, September 24   Aladdin Shrine Event and Conference Center   Honor business, community and corporate leaders for their efforts in diversity leadership.   For details, call (614) 348-2667 or e-mail bspencer@spencer4highermedia.com.

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"TRANSFIGURATIONS"   Wexner Center for the Arts   September 21 - December 31   OSU Campus   View "The Modern Masters", the personal art collection of Les and Abigail Wexner.   For details, log on to www.wexarts.org.

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"YOU CANT' DO IT ALL:  SO GET HELP!"   WELD   Wednesday, September 17   The Fawcett Center   7:30PM   A panel of experts will discuss how to build a support system to ensure you have work/life balance.   For details, e-mail smootb@weldoh.org or log on to http://www.weldoh.org/events/.

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"THE WALLEN FAMILY'S CHARITY BENEFIT DINNER"   Foundation for the Wallen Twins   Sunday, September 21   Reynoldsburgh High School's Summit Road Campus   4:00PM - 7:00PM   For details, e-mail info@wallenfamilybenefit.org.

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"ROCK 'N' ROLL BILLBOARDS OF THE SUNSET STRIP"   The Schumacher Gallery   September 8 - October 16   Capital University   This exhibition features photographs by Robert Landau.   For details, call (614) 236-6319 or log on to www.schumachergallery.org.

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"ENOUGH VIOLENCE:  ARTISTS SPEAK OUT"   Ohio Arts Council   September 7 - October 26   Ohio Craft Museum   Featuring works of 14 artists, this exhibit investigates the impact of violence on our lives and the role the arts can play in restoring peace.   For details, call (614) 486-4402 or log on to www.ohiocraft.org.

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 "THE NEW JIM CROW"   Ohio Dominican University Justice Series   Thursday, September 18   Matesich Theatre   7:00PM   Author and scholar Michelle Alexander will address some of the problems facing our community, including mass incarceration, the war on drugs, and criminal justice disparities.   For details, log on to http://www.ohiodominican.edu.

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"MUSIC TOGETHER"   Helping Hands Center   September 17 - November 22   Various locations and times   Music Together believes that all children are musical and provides an opportunity to learn music in a playful environment.   For details, call (614) 262-7520 or log on to www.helpinghandscenter.com.

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"2014 NEW ALBANY CLASSIC"   Center for Family Safety and Healing   Sunday, September 21   The Wexner Residence   Spend a fun-filled family day that features world-class show-jumping competition, games for kids, and a concert featuring Fifth Harmony.   For details, log on to www.thenewalbanyclassic.com.

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"VIRTUAL DEMENTIA TOUR"   Dublin Retirement Village   Wednesday, September 17   6470 Post Road, Dublin   5:00PM - 7:00PM   Understand the impact of dementia on caregivers.   For details, call (614) 764-2800. 

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"ADULT SPELLING BEE"   Columbus Literacy Council   Thursday, September 18   Columbus Downtown High School   6:00PM - 8:00PM   This event helps to raise money for the Columbus Literacy Council and Lady Butterflies.   For details, log on to http://www.columbusliteracy.org.

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"BIRD WATCHING ADVENTURE"   Recreational Amputee Support Group of Central Ohio   Saturday, September 20    Scioto Audubon Metro Park   9:00AM - 11:00AM   For details, e-mail rhaas@columbus.rr.com or log on to http://www.arsgcoh.org.

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"CALIFORNIA SUITE"   Curtain Players   September 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21   This Neil Simon comedy is a series of basically unrelated playlets taking place in a Beverly Hills hotel.   For details, call (614) 360-1000 or log on to www.curtainplayers.org.

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"COLUMBUS ART WALKS & LANDMARK TALKS"   Columbus Public Health   September 15 - October 12   6:30PM - 7:30PM   A free series of guided walking tours highlighting the history, architecture and fine arts in various Columbus neighborhoods.   For details, log on to http://columbuslandmarks.org/art-walks/.

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"RECLAIMING OUR FAMILIES RALLY"   Agape Fellowship   Saturday, September 20   1459 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus   2:00PM - 4:00PM   This event will feature remarks from the family members of victims of violence.   For details, call (614) 733-8192 or e-mail janeejenkins@yahoo.com.

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"JAZZ ON FIRST FELLOWSHIP FESTIVAL"   First Church of God   Saturday, September 20   3480 Refugee Road, Columbus   12:00PM - 6:00PM   This free out-door festival features live jazz bands, food, and activities for all ages.   For details, call (614) 446-3620 or e-mail THillministries@aol.com.

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"WHITEHALL COMMUNITY HEALTH AND SAFETY FAIR"   Whitehall United Methodist Church   Saturday, September 20   525 Bernhard Road, Whitehall   10:00AM - 2:00PM   This event features free screenings, demonstrations, and fun for the whole family.   For details, call (614) 235-8796. 

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"ROCK OUT!"   Columbus Dance Theatre   Saturday, September 20   8:00PM   CDT joins with world-class musicians in this one-of-a-kind show where classical dancers and musicians dive into the world of classical rock.   For details, call (614) 849-0227 or log on to www.columbusdancetheatre.com.

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"COMMUNITY BLOCK PARTY"   Western Lakes, Hilliard   4:00PM - 10:00PM   This event features family fun for everyone.   For details, call (513) 721-1893 or e-mail samuel.davis@live.com.

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"MOTOWN MEDLEY"   Jazz Arts Group   September 19 - 20   Lincoln Theatre   8:00PM   Join the Columbus Jazz Orchestra for a "supreme" evening with legendary vocalist Mary Wilson in a salute to The Motown Sound.   For details, log on to www.jazzartsgroup.org.

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"EASTSIDE IRISH WIFFLE BALL TOURNAMENT"   Eastside Irish Travel Baseball Organization/James Cancer Hospital   Saturday, September 20   4841 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus   For details, e-mail irishwiffleball@gmail.com.

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"SUNRISE ART AUCTION"   Camp Sunrise   September 19 - 21   Town Street and Lucas Street, East Franklinton   For details, log on to www.sunrisekids.org.

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"HALFWAY TO ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY"   Cystic Fibrosis Foundation   Friday, September 19   Smith Brothers Building   6:00PM - 9:00PM   Join the fun with bagpipers, leprechauns, step dancers and fantastic food.   For details, log on to http://www.cff.org/Chapters/centralohio/.

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"NIGHT MOVES 5K/5 MILE RUN"   March of Dimes   Friday, September 19   500 South Front Street, Columbus   8:00PM   Light up the Columbus skyline in a night race that ends with a block party in the Brewery District.   For details, call (614) 392-6042 or log on to http://marchofdimesnightmoves.com//

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"GALA FUNDRAISER"   The Neighborhood House   Thursday, September 18   The Boat House at Confluence Park   5:30PM - 8:00PM   The Neighborhood House celebrates 105 years of serving the community .  Special guests include Washington Post columnist Wil Haygood and Jim Cleamons, Assistant Coach of the New York Knicks.   For details, call (614) 252-4941 or log on to https://nhi105.eventbrite.com.

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"WHAT'S THE BUZZ ON KEEPING BEES?"   The Dawes Arboretum   Saturday, September 27   Ohio Route 13, five miles south of Newark    10:00AM - 11:00AM   You will learn about local regulations, get a look at beekeeping equipment, and visit a functioning hive.   For details, e-mail laappleman@dawesarb.org or call (800) 44-DAWES.

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"FREAK SHOW"   Shadowbox Live   September 11 - October 31   503 South Front Street   The freaks come out at night in this two-hour sketch comedy and rock 'n' roll show that offers an evening of freakishly, fiendish fun.   For details, e-mail nfagin@shadowboxlive.org.

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"BIRD WATCHING ADVENTURE"   Recreational Amputee Support Group of Central Ohio   Saturday, September 20   Scioto Audubon Metro Park   9:00AM - 11:00PM   For details, call (614) 288-5105 or log on to http://www.arsgcoh.org.

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"THE MAIN EVENT:  COMMUNITY VOTE!"   The City of Bexley   Friday, September 19   Capital University Front Lawn   This is a free outdoor summer movie series with food, live music, and programming for kids and families.   For details, log on to www.gobexley.org/main.

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"THE MUPPET MOVIE"   Short North Civic Association   Friday, September 19   Goodale Park   Sunset   Take the family to see Jim Henson's beloved creations in their first big-screen event.   For details, log on to www.shortnorthcivic.org.

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"THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF FLAT STANLEY"   Columbus Children's Theatre   September 18 - October 5   The Park Street Theatre   Adventures ensue when Stanley Lambchop wakes up flat ... really really flat.   For details, call (614) 224-6673 or log on to www.columbuschildrenstheatre.org.

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"A SONG FOR YOU, LENA"   National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center   Saturday, September 20   Ohio History Center   7:00PM   This production show the civil rights journey of singer, actress and activist Lena Horne.   For details, call (800) 686-1541 or log on to www.ohiohistory.org/NAAMCC.

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