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EVENTSCOMFEST GENERAL PLANNING MEETINGS: General committee meetings are being held at the shelter house in the middle of Goodale Park once a month. Everyone is welcome. Schedule includes Tues., May. 7 at 7:30 p.m., Tues., May 14 at 7:30 p.m., Wed., May 22 at 7:30 p.m., Tues., May 28 at 7:30 p.m., Sun., June 2 at 1 p.m., Thurs., June 13 at 7:30 p.m., Wed., June 19 at 7:30 p.m., Wed., June 26 at 7:30 p.m. Final setup Wed., June 26 - Thurs., June 27. Comfest 2013 Fri. - Sun., Jun 28 - 30. Visit www.comfest.com
FRIENDS OF GOODALE PARK VOLUNTEER WORKDAYS: Come work with friends and neighbors to help improve the quality of Goodale Park. Light labor should be expected. Work gloves and tools are available, but if you can bring your own it is greatly appreciated. Meet at the shelterhouse Sat., May 11 (Planting Day) and Sat., June 8 (Pre-Festival) from 9 a.m. to noon and on Wed., June 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. (Happy Hour). A weather update will be posted at 8 a.m. the morning of the event on Facebook, Twitter, and at goodalepark.org. Questions? Please contact Julie Hallan at email@example.com
HARRISON WEST RIVER BANK CLEANUP: Help clean up the Olentangy River bank near Harrison West. Meet at the Harrison Park Condos Community Center. Sat., May 4, June 1, July 6 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Doughnuts and coffee provided. Visit www.harrisonwest.org
HARRISON WEST ADOPT-A-BED PROGRAM: The Harrison West Society is looking for volunteers to adopt a neighborhood green space and visit it once a month until November to keep it trash- and weed-free and blooming. Events and meetup dates are scheduled for those wanting to socialize with fellow-workers. May/June Schedule: 5/22 (6p), 5/25 (9a), 6/26 (6p), 6/29 (9a). Visit www.harrisonwest.org to learn more.
SHORT NORTH CIVIC ASSOCIATION MEETING: Public meeting covering neighborhood issues and projects. Everyone is welcome, and all members in good standing may vote on issues. Held monthly on the third Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Goodale Park shelter house. Scheduled May 16 and June 20. Call 614-228-2912. Visit www.shortnorthcivic.org
ITALIAN VILLAGE SOCIETY MEETING: Monthly meeting 2nd Tuesday: May 14 and June 11 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Short Stop Youth Center, 1066 N. High St. IVS membership is available to anyone wanting to promote and invest in the community. The IVS is a forum for neighborhood issues such as business and residential development, traffic, and safety. Membership as low as $5 a year for senior/students. Visit www.italianvillage.org
HARRISON WEST SOCIETY MEETING: Fast-paced, no-obligation monthly meetings covering vital neighborhood issues and planning for neighborhood get-togethers. Held at 7 p.m. in the Harrison Park Community Center, 575 West 1st Ave. every third Wednesday. Scheduled on Wed., May 15 and June 19. All are welcome. Visit www.harrisonwest.org
FREE COMEDY OPEN MIC HOSTED BY SEAN SOMERVILLE: Surly Girl Saloon, 1126 N. High St. Comics sign up by 9 p.m. Show starts 9:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. Friday. 614-294-4900.
SEIZE THE MUSIC: HARRISON PARK COMMUNITY CENTER CONCERTS: Carpe Diem String Quartet will host a free Family Concert as well as two additional performances at Harrison Park, 575 W. First Ave., on May 18 and 19 with Shannon Heaton as accompanist on Celtic flute. Visit www.cdsq.org to learn more and to order tickets online or call 614-205-8160.
KING AVENUE PLAYERS: The Apple Tree, a series of three short musicals, will show at King Avenue United Methodist Church, 299 King Ave. Thurs., May 16 through Saturday, May 18. Each musical has elements of a tree and what it’s like to get what you want and discover that it isn’t what you expect it to be. Evening shows at 7:30 with a matinee at 3:00 on Saturday. While admission is free, donations are graciously accepted. Visit King Avenue Players Facebook or call 614-424-6050.
OHIOANA BOOK FESTIVAL: The Ohioana Library presents the 7th Annual Ohioana Book Festival celebrating Ohio authors on Sat., May 11 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center, 546 Jack Gibbs Blvd. The event is free and open to the public with no tickets or advance registration required. Live music, food carts, exhibits, books, nearly 100 authors, 10 featured writers. Panel discussions, children’s activities, live music, award-winning local food trucks, Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Visit www.ohioanabookfestival.org or call 614-466-3831 for more information.
COLUMBUS CHAMBER SINGERS 25TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT: The Columbus Chamber Singers will celebrate their 25th anniversary with a concert on Sun., May 19 at 4 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 1479 Morse Rd. The program includes Mark Hayes’ Te Deum and a variety of other music. The choir is directed by Anne Hurst Todt, accompanied by Diane Slagle. Further information is at www.columbuschambersingers.org or by calling 614-267-7025.
SRO THEATRE CO: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas features a foot-stomping country-western score as it tells the story of the legendary Chicken Ranch, a Texas brothel frequented by politicians, football players, and others. It’s business as usual until the ranch meets with opposition from crusading watchdog Melvin P. Thorpe who aims his TV cameras and moral indignation at the ranch. (Suggested for mature audiences.) Staged May 31 through June 9 at the Columbus Performing Arts Center, 549 Franklin Ave. Tickets: Adults $20, Seniors $17, SRO member $15, Students $10. (Friday, June 7 @ 10:30 a.m. is $15 for Adults/Seniors). Groups sales. Visit www.srotheatre.org or call 614-258-9495.
COLUMBUS SCIENCE PUB: Meetings provide an opportunity for the public to interact with a scientist in a casual setting, enjoy an exchange of ideas while drinking beer and eating pub grub. The presentation lasts about an hour. The entire meeting/ discussion lasts from 7 - 10 p.m. Held on the first Tuesday of the month at Shrunken Head, 251 W. 5th Ave. www.facebook.com/ColumbusSciencePub or email firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SHRUNKEN HEAD: Be a part of the acoustic open mic night on Wednesday. Open mic starts at 8pm, and the lists are ready to be filled from 7:15 -7:45. Comedy open stage is every Monday starting a 9pm. Located in Victorian Village at 251 W. Fifth Ave. Call 614-299-2295 or visit www.theshrunkenhead.net
GOODALE FOUNTAIN DEDICATION: The official dedication of the Goodale Fountain will take place on Sun., May 19. The ceremony marks the bestowment of the fountain to the City of Columbus. In addition to the dedication, the event (hosted by he Friends of Goodale Park (FGP) will feature live music, a costumed pet parade, and the unveiling of the plaque recognizing the supporters who made this tremendous project possible. The public dedication celebration will begin at 1 p.m. with the pet parade and conclude at 2 p.m. with the unveiling of the donor plaque. Visit goodalepark.org for updates.
DRINK AND DRAW SOCIAL CLUB: Meeting at Brothers Drake Meadery, 26 E. 5th Ave., the 2nd Tuesday each month from 6 p.m until 9 p.m. In partnership with Rivet Gallery. Bring your own materials to draw (some will be provided), your passion for creativity and, well, drinking. Tues., May. 14 / June 11
COLORS & BOTTLES BYOB PAINTING CLASSES: Colors and Bottles offers an evening of fun, painting, and cocktails at various Coumbus locations including Camelot Cellars, 958 N. High in the Short North throughout the month. Learn how to paint step-by-step from a local artist, mingle with old friends and make new ones. Register at www.colorsandbottles.com
RUNNER’S HIGH RUNNING GROUP: Yoga On High is hosting a running group to meet every Saturday morning to run around the Short North/Downtown/Campus area. Runners will split into groups to meet the pacing needs of those who show up at each session. Run a double loop starting with an opportunity for a short 3-miler in the first loop and then go on for about another 3 miles in the second loop. Time: 10:00am (may change once the weather gets warmer). Location: In front of The Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute (TTI), 1020 Dennison Ave. at the intersection of Dennison and Starr Ave, 2 blocks west of High Street. Contact: Stella Cornett - email@example.com - with questions.
NORTH MARKET ARTISAN SUNDAY: Columbus' creative class of artisans and crafters converge on the farmers market every Sunday 12 to 5 p.m., May through October, peddling their handmade wares. For a complete vendor list visit www.northmarket.com
JUNG ASSOCIATION COFFEE AND CONVERSATION: Answering Your Call: Held on Sat., May 11 at 10 a.m. Executive Coach John Schuster will explore the challenges of responding to life’s call. The talk will offer exercises to meet the demands of predictable difficulties, managing false messages, multiple calls, and keeping focus for the long term. His books are in the JACO’s library. The meeting on Sat., June 8 will be Gathering at the Well with poet Mela Kircher discussing how universal images connect us, even when we interpret them differently or don’t understand them. Conversations at JungHaus are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC at 59 W. Third Ave. from 10 a.m to Noon. Free-will offerings welcome. For more information call 614-291-8050 or visit www.jungcentralohio.org
TRAVONNA COFFEE HOUSE EVENTS: Every Thursday: Poetry from 8-10p, all welcome to read their poems. Fridays: Open Mic 7-10p, sign up for a 30-minute slot, perform your musical talents. Located near 5th Avenue at 1195 N. High St. Open 24 hours. Call 614-725-4151 or visit www.travonnacoffee.com
SHORT STOP YOUTH CENTER PERFORMANCE: Musical production The Nastiest Drink in the World will be staged on Thurs., May 23 and Fri., May 24 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 1066 N. High St. In the magical kingdom of Baloneya, King Fredipus makes a mistake that sends a young, reserved Samantha to stand up for her town; but will King Fredipus have the courage to admit to his mistake? An interactive and entertaining musical for all ages, The Nastiest Drink in the World reminds us that no one is perfect and with the help of others, we can overcome our fears. Donations of $5 are appreciated. Call 614-291-5541 or visit www.dfyf.org
MOTIVE: Motive - a creative industry mixer - is held every 1st Monday at Brothers Drake Meadery, 26 E 5th Ave. (Mon., June 3 and July 1) from 6 to 11 p.m. with programming beginning at 7:30 p.m. The event combines elements of networking along with live artist workshops and demonstrations. Motive was founded by a team of entrepreneurs/ creatives (Charles Erickson, Matt Reese & Gregory Turner) and is hosted by Tim Fulton. Free. All admitted, but must be 21+ to drink. Visit MotiveColumbus Facebook or call 614-388-8765.
GRILLMASTERS FESTIVAL: The North Market will celebrate its seventh Grillmasters Festival during Father’s Day weekend. The event will emphasize grilling, techniques and sauces (the smoke) as well as putting a little bite into your recipes with spices and hot sauces (the fire). Held on Sat., June 15 and feature special barbeque and fiery foods vendors, cooking demonstrations, culinary contests, live music and entertainment for the kiddies. Detailed information at www.northmarket.com or by calling 614-463-9664.
CULTURAL ARTS CENTER TALK: Conversations & Coffee. Free program held each Thursday at CAC from 12 - 1 p.m. bringing together artists and those who love art in a
relaxed setting. Free coffee. MAY 2: Patrick Durkin, Custom Carpet Inlay Artist, Creator of Matisse-a Pizza. MAY 10: W.J. "Bill" Meyer, Drawings and Sculpture, Loft Gallery Artist. May 16: C. Forrest Amidon, Artist and Book Collector, "Illustrated by N.C. Wyeth." May 23 Christiane Buuck, Liturgical Artist. May 30 Dianne Efsic, Collage and Painting, Woman at Work. June 6 Susan Hodgin, Oil and Acrylic Paintings, Main Gallery Artist. June 13 Larry Wood, Ceramics, Loft Gallery Artist. June 20 Tom Wagner, Collector of the Reverse Paintings of Mark Beyers. June 27 Darlene Yeager-Torre, Fine Art Photography. Located 139 W. Main St. Visit www.culturalartscenteronline.org
COLUMBUS ART WALKS: Self-guided walks with maps and audio tours of several districts including the Short North are available from Columbus Public Health. Download the map or audio description online at http://publichealth.columbus.gov/artwalk.aspx Call the main number 614-645-2646 with the site extension to access information about artistic, historical and architectural sites. Signs have been posted at the various sites.
COLUMBUS FOOD ADVENTURES: Short North Tour begins at the North Market followed by stops at six food venues, concluding with a trip to the Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams. The 1.5 mile tour starts at 11 a.m., rain or shine and is offered every Friday and Saturday. The cost $50, includes tastings at 6-7 stops, a historical overview of the neighborhood, and a guide with plenty of culinary knowledge. Visit www.columbusfoodadventures.com or call 614-440-3177 for more info or private tour.
SHORT NORTH STAGE CABERNET CABARET: The Apple Doesn’t Fall May 18 (7:30p) and May 19 (3p) featuring songs from the stage and screen that explore issues of
relationships, parenting and coming-of-age. Starring Alison Roth, Linda Roth and Johnny Steiner. / May 25 (8p) Jen Miller. Backed by some of Ohio’s finest jazz musicians, Miller will perform jazz standards, romantic ballads, bossa novas and contemporary favorites. All shows in The Green Room at the Garden Theater, 1187 N High St. Tickets $15 online, $18 at the door. Call 614-725-4042 or visit www.shortnorthstage.org for tickets
HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH: Short North Stage will present direct from a sold-out run in Boston Hedwig and the Angry Inch June 6-22, its first venue after playing the Oberon Theater last summer that garnered the 2012 BroadwayWorld Boston awards for Best Musical, Best Actor and Best Actress. Since its original Off-Broadway run in 1998, this musical with book by John Cameron Mitchell and music and lyrics by Stephen Trask, has achieved cult status.? Tickets: $20 at the Garden Theater, 1187 N High St. Call 614-725-4042 or visit www.shortnorthstage.org
TANGO CATS MILONGA: Camelot Cellars at 958 N. High has offered their Tuscan Room for the Tango Cats monthly milonga (dance party) on Thurs., May 9 and Thurs., June 13 @ 6:30 – 9:30pm. Come to enjoy the music, the wine, tango and the companion of your friends. Admission: $8 for general public (includes one glass of selected wine) $5 for OSU students with ID (one bottle of water). Small plates available. Dress to impress! For CATS schedule visit on Facebook (TangoCats).
Free Comedy Open Mic Hosted by Chris Paugh. Hampton's on King, 234 King Ave. Comics sign up by 10 p.m. Show starts 10:30 p.m. every Thursday. Call 614-299-2099 or 440-381-9169 for more information.
30TH DOO DAH PARADE AND PARTY: Occupy your place in “Pre-History” by celebrating liberty and lunacy at the craziest parade in history, the 30th Annual Doo Dah Parade. Exercise your First Amendment right through humor. No entry fee or registration, just show up on Thurs., July 4. Lineup begins as early as 11 a.m. at Park Street (between Buttles/ Goodale) and the parade starts at 1 p.m. Beer, bands, fun stuff and more all day. Watch the parade 1 to 3 p.m. Bring chair, blanket, umbrella, sunscreen. Leave water guns, balloons, pets at home. Route is from Buttles to Neil to Second to High to Russell to Park. InVolunteer for an InSecurity position of UnImportance and receive T-shirt, whistle, water, badge and love. Call 614-228-0621to sign up. Parade Party starts at 11 a.m. until after the dust has settled. Doo Dah Block Party will be complete with live music, games, entertainment, beer, food, and prizes. Visit www.doodahparade.com or call the Doo Dah Hotline at 614-228-0621.
NORTH MARKET APRON GALA: The Market’s yearly fundraiser celebrates the public market tradition, local food and the creativity of the merchant family. Aprons with personality are highly encouraged attire. Held on Sat., May 18 from 7 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $75 per person. Offerings include food, wine, prizes, live entertainment, an apron contest and silent auction. Tickets online at www.northmarket.com or by calling 614-463-9664.
SHORT NORTH YARD SALE: The Short North Civic Association will host this year’s Short North Yard Sale on Sat., June 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The daylong treasure hunt takes place in the neighborhoods in and around the Short North, including Victorian Village, Harrison West, Italian Village, Dennison Place, and The Circles. More than 150 homes participated in last year’s sale, making it the largest neighborhood yard sale in Columbus. Short North residents may register online at www.shortnorthcivic.org. Check back often for the up-to-date list of registered sales.
YOGA ON HIGH BOOK CLUB: A forum for the community to learn more about yoga philosophy and discuss current texts relating to yoga and meditation. Fetaured in June: The Great Work of Your Life by Stephen Cope. Meet on Sun., June 2, 3:30 to 4:30 at Zen Cha Tea Salon, 982 N. High St. No cost to join this group. Please contact Laura Hooker at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.yogaonhigh.com for more information. Once you join the reading group you will get a welcome letter with updated details and reading questions.
DARRYL MENDELSON TEACHING CHI KUNG (Qigong) at Yoga-Well-Being Movement Arts on Saturdays from 12:30-1:30p. The class focuses on Shamanic Tiger Qigong but will also include movements from Taoist Meditation, 8 Pieces of Brocade, Five Animal Frolics and Tai Chi. Good for beginners, no previous experience is necessary. This is Sipra Pimputkar's new studio in Grandview at 1890 Northwest Blvd., Suite 340. Check out their website for more information and other classes: http://yoga-well-being.net or call 614-432-7553.
PRIDE FESTIVAL: The largest pride event in the Midwest will be held on Fri., June 21 in Goodale Park where festivities begin at 4 p.m. and continue until 11 p.m. The Pride Parade will kick off at noon on Sat., June 22 from Broad and High Sts., proceed north on High St. to the Short North and turn west on Buttles to Dennison (where it disbands). Festivities continue in the park on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The theme for 2013 is “Pride Changes Lives.” Visit www.columbuspride.org or call 614-299-7764 for more information.
STONEWALL COLUMBUS SMART Recovery®: SMART Recovery® is an abstinence-based, not-for-profit organization with a sensible self-help program for people having problems with drinking, using, and other addictive behaviors, offering ideas and techniques to help change life from one that is self-destructive and unhappy to one that is constructive and satisfying. 1st & 3rd Monday 7 pm at Stonewall Columbus 1160 North High St. (Corner of 4th Ave. and High St.) Parking behind building accessed from 4th Ave. Contact: email@example.com or visit stonewallcolumbus.org or call 614-299-7764.
COCAINE ANONYMOUS: Do you think you have a problem with cocaine and other mind-altering substances? Cocaine Anonymous can help. Meetings in the Short North on Fridays at 8pm in the basement of New Life United Methodist Church, 25 West 5th Ave. www.ca.org or call 800-347-8998 or 614-251-1122.
Metropolitan Library Northside Programs and Events
The Northside Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library is located at 1423 N. High St., just north of King Ave. Listed below are some of the activities offered during May and June.
Job Help Center: Hands on Help (Mon - Fri 10a-3p) Staff and/or volunteers are available to assist with applying for jobs online, creating/sending resumes and searching Internet job sites. Ages: Adult
Homework Help Center (MAY: M-Th 3:30-6:30) Students will find everything they need to complete their homework – friendly volunteers, computers, on-site school supplies and a welcoming atmosphere for studying and learning. Age: K-12th grade
Buckeye Institute Study Buddies (MAY Fri 3-5p) Aimed at children in grades K-5, students from OSU will engage them in educational activities. Age: K-5th grade
Tween Time (Wed 4:30-5:30p) Bring a friend and join us in the teen area for fun activities. Age: 7-11
Teen Gaming Club (Thurs 4:30-5:30p) Come hang out and play your favorite video and board games. Ages: 10-17
Citizenship Class (Sat 10a - 1p) Adult Learning and GED. Free Citizenship Class for adults. To sign up, contact Columbus City Schools Adult Education Dept. at 365-6468, ext 261
Ready to Read Playgroup (Sat 11a - 12p) Having playtime is great for getting your child ready to read. Join us in the children’s area for structured play and pick up ideas about getting your child ready for kindergarten. Ages 0-3.
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MORNINGSTAR MINI-STORAGE, 57 Chestnut St. Downtown. Ask about our Short North special! Call 614-460-8700 or visit www.morningstarstorage.com
AG HORTICULTURAL SERVICES: Mowing, weed control, edging and mulching, landscape installation and design work, installation of paver patios, retaining walls and custom fencing, Yard cleanups.Call 614-207-7698.
ART CLASSES: Learn to draw and paint at Cooley Studios. http://cooleystudios.com or Call 614-390-0488.
HEALING WAYS, Massage Therapy: Christine McDevitt, LMT. Located at 3474 N. High Street, Suite D, one block north of E.N. Broadway. Call 614-261-6464.
TOM AND JERRY’S AUTO SERVICE, 1701 Kenny Road (near campus), 614-488-8507, Brakes • Exhaust • Timing Belts • Batteries • Tires • Transmission • more. 12 Month/12,000 Mile Warranty. Extended Warranties • Need a Tow? Call 499-6043 or 299-0141 www.tomandjerrysauto.com
ATTORNEY AT LAW: Charlie Loutzenhiser 614-270-0583.
SPARKWOOD GRAPHIC DESIGN: Ad Design, Book/Magazine/Catalog layout, Custom Graphic Design, Postcards & Flyers, Newsletter, Newspaper Layouts, Photo Manipulation, Restoration, Slide Scanning, Website/Flash Design. Call 614-499-6786.
PIANO TUNING AND SERVICE: University-trained technician with over 30 years experience serving Central Ohio. Call Richard Dacks at 614-582-5825 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
WHOLISTIC ACUPUNCTURE: Daniel Miller, L.Ac., Dipl.OM. Fully licensed. Free consultation and reasonable rates. Located in Worthington at 6463 Proprietors Rd. visit www.OhioWholisticAcupuncture.com or call 614-888-9303.
SURF TO MOTHER EARTH! – Keep in touch with your mother (earth) at EcoHearth.com – daily eco news and blogs, eco products and reviews, eco parenting, eco activism alerts, etc. Everything you need to go, and stay, green – from composting to organics to installing solar panels. Visit Ecohearth.com today. Your mother (earth) will thank you.
FREE COPY OF KEIJI NAKAZAWA’S autobiographical comic book about surviving the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima. Send a comic-book-sized SASE to EduComics, Box 45831, Seattle WA 98145-0831
EXCEPTIONAL SHORT FILMS DELIVERED TO YOUR DOORSTEP, QUARTERLY: The Journal of Short Film, committed to independent and underrepresented work and the democratiziation of the film world, is a quarterly DVD publication of peer-reviewed short films of all genres modeled on the literary journal, with an editorial board of filmmakers. Its founder, Karl Mechem, is a Short North resident. One year (4 volumes) is only $36. Send a check to The Journal of Short Film, Smith Laboratory Rm 4108, 174 W. 18th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210 or visit online at www.theJSF.org. Please mention that you read about it in the Short North Gazette!
COLUMBUS: THE MUSICAL CROSSROADS: David Meyers, Arnett Howard, James Loeffler, and Candice Watkins have been actively researching and documenting the history of music in Columbus for more than 25 years. They have compiled 70 years (1900-1970) of Columbus music history into 200 or so selected images for this publication, Columbus: The Musical Crossroads, available through Arcadia Publishing for $19.99. Visit www.arcadiapublishing.com or call 888-313-2665.
I’M JUST A CAT MATTRESS: Yes, it’s a description of my life, but it’s also the title of my book from Crescent Hill books of Louisville, Ky. It has 27 full color images in its sixty 7” x 7” pages. You may recognize some of the material but the art is all new and did I mention it’s in color? You can get it at Amazon.com - but you can’t get it signed by the author there. Mail a check for $16.45 ($14.95 + $1.50 postage) with a happy message to Susan Sturgill, PO Box 82061, Columbus, OH 43202.
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