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E2 Alternative Healing
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Have a healing session with a therapy horse at Serendipity Stables near Marysville. Through interaction, individuals' emotional, physical and mental states are enhanced. Time to be arranged.

Donor:
  • Sue Pascual

Qty: 4 Remain: 1
Fixed: $25

E4 Spring Nature Hike/Mound Excursion
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Amateur geologist/naturalist Steve Molk will lead the group on a hike in one of Ohio's scenic areas, and then explore one or more of our state's many ancient mound sites. Exact locations TBA.

Donor:
  • Steve Molk

Qty: 20 Remain: 14
Fixed: $15
Date: Sat Apr 29, 2017 - 8:00 AM

E5 Annual Summer Fossil Hike
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Experienced amateur geologist/naturalist Steve Molk will lead the group to a Wilmington or Dayton area park to find and collect our own Ordovician fossils. Who knows - we might find an elusive trilobite! Possibly includes a stop at Deer Creek State Park for some different fossils.

Donor:
  • Steve Molk

Qty: 20 Remain: 15
Fixed: $15
Date: Sat Aug 12, 2017 - 8:00 AM

E8 Guided Highbanks Hike
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Welcome spring with a seven-mile guided hike at Highbanks Metro Park. Explore all the trails and features of Highbanks with a park volunteer. Enjoy a few hours of good exercise out in nature.

Donor:
  • Erica Scurr

Qty: 16 Remain: 8
Fixed: $15
Date: Sat Apr 8, 2017 - 9:30 AM

E11 Water Skiing and Wine

Join in the fun at Alum Creek. Wine, cheese, veggies, dips (in the lake of course) and beer just might be hidden on board. Often a reluctant crew member is forced into the water by a couple beers, and has the renewed courage to get a lesson or outperform the captain on his slalom ski. A saucer, kneeboard, and maybe even a tube are typically ready for frivolity. Background music by Judy Collins, Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell. Satire from the Capitol Steps should have some Trump trashing by summer. Leave Paul's at 10am, at the South East boat ramp at 11:30, off water at 5pm. Bring your special snack if desired.

Donor:
  • Paul McGowan

Qty: 4 Remain: 1
Fixed: $20
Date: Thu Jun 15, 2017 - 11:30 AM

E12 Artist Date

We’ll gather at Cornerstone Deli for coffee or tea, then stroll the antique strip of Clintonville in search of artistic inspiration. With writerly thoughts, notebooks and cell phone pictures in hand, we’ll adjourn to the Park of Roses to enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch and, if we’re so inclined, put pen to paper. In case of rain, lunch at my home.

Donor:
  • Pat Hurley

Qty: 6 Remain: 5
Value: $20 Min: $15
Date: Sat Jun 10, 2017 - 10:30 AM

E15 Guided Twilight Swamp Hike in the Mating Season for Fireflies and Chorus Frogs
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It's a Big Sexy Time in the swamp for Lightning Bugs and Gray Tree Frogs. You can see a few fireflies here and there on any summer night but the vast majority of firefly flashes for the year are concentrated for about a week's time in early to mid June. It's firefly mating season and there is an EXPLOSION of firefly light that can at times be simply astonishing. The musical accompaniment is provided by many hundreds of male Gray Tree Frogs on the make. The firefly show starts at around 9:30 but peaks between 10:00 and 10:30. We will meet in the parking lot at the Wilma Schiermeier, Olentangy River Wetland Research Park at 352 W. Dodridge Street, Columbus, OH 43202 and walk the under 1 mile loop with some longer options. There are many thousands of starlings roosting nearby and it's also not uncommon to see raccoons and bats and sometimes owls. Flashlights are discouraged but red lights are fine. We can provide red lights for about 10 people and a couple of kinds of bug spray.

Donor:
  • Michael & Deb McGuire

Qty: 50 Remain: 37
Fixed: $10
Date: Fri Jun 16, 2017 - 9:30 PM

F1 Nothing Special on a Sunday Afternoon
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The best way to beat the dog days of summer is to hang out on the patio drinking wine and eating light hors d'oeuvres. Join us for some laid-back conversation in our urban garden. (Small pond included at no extra charge.)

Donor:
  • Steve Abbott & Melanie Boyd

Qty: 14 Remain: 1
Fixed: $20
Date: Sun Jul 30, 2017 - 3:00 PM

F4 Kids Cook the Dinner!

Play sous chef or sit back and relax while the kids you bring with you prep and assemble a delicious meal under the watchful eye of Chef Sebastian, age three. He can accommodate culinary tastes that range from vegan to paleo to wary toddler and everything in between, so bring a good appetite!

Donor:
  • Lisa Brandt

Qty: 6 Remain: 1
Fixed: $15
Date: Sat Apr 15, 2017 - 5:00 PM

F5 Charades
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Movie/song, one word, two syllables, sounds like: more fun than a barrel of monkeys! At Peggy McKee's house. Hilarious evening of inspiration, mime, originality, friends, spirits, imagination, libations, and outrageously delicious munchies. Don't know how to play Charades? Peggy will teach you what you need to know!

Donor:
  • Peggy McKee

Qty: 18 Remain: 5
Fixed: $35
Date: Sat Nov 4, 2017 - 7:00 PM

F7 Euchre Party
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Enjoy euchre, fun, tasty treats and libations. Join us for this great card game along with great friends. Beginners welcome.

Donor:
  • Patricia & Jeffrey Boughton

Qty: 10 Remain: 5
Fixed: $35
Date: Fri Mar 10, 2017 - 7:00 PM

F8 Nia Afternoon Dance Party
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Want to lose those extra pounds you gained over the holidays? Try Nia, the most joyful way to exercise! Nia combines dance arts, healing arts and martial arts with fantastic music. It is a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual workout. You don't have to be in great shape to start; you move at your own level and your own intensity. In this two-hour introductory Nia class at church in Fellowship Hall, we'll learn a little, dance a lot and finish with conversation and light, healthy refreshments. Come and see why Nia enthusiasts continually smile as they dance.

Donor:
  • Kittie Palm-Houser

Qty: 18 Remain: 4
Fixed: $15
Date: Sat Jan 27, 2018 - 3:00 PM