February 22, 2015
The 8th Annual Spay-ghetti Dinner fundraiser for Spay/Neuter assistance will be February 22nd, 11am – 7pm at Tre Bicchieri Italian Restaurant.
Tickets are $15 for adults, and $10 for kids under 10 years at the door and include dinner and desert.
Spaghetti with house made marinara sauce, fresh baked bread, salad with house made dressing, drinks (wine and beer available but not included in ticket price) and desserts provided by CARE volunteers and donated by local pastry chefs. (Gluten-free and dairy-free desert options will be made available upon request).
Want to get involved?
If you would like to help sponsor this event, please contact us at: ColumbusCARE@gmail.com for more details.
If you would like to volunteer to help with the event, please contact Leigha at: email@example.com
Tickets may be purchased at the door, or in advance at the following locations: Tre Bicchieri, Dog World Day Care, Viewpoint Books, through a CARE Board Member, or by Paypal (below).
*** Please print your Paypal ticket and bring it with you to get in! ***
You can purchase as many tickets as you would like via Paypal, just add however many you want to your ‘cart’ and check out / pay as normal. Your tickets will be tracked to the name / email address on your Paypal account, please print a copy of your receipt and bring it with you, and when you arrive for dinner please provide that printout as your ticket.
February 23, 2015
Registration for Bartholomew County Little League baseball is going on now through March 6th. Visit www.bcllbaseball.org to sign up or to find more information.
Open forums to discuss legislature during the session.
Sessions run from February 2 – April 27.
If BCSC is closed, no Third House Session will be held.
Decorated U.S. Army veteran Captain Luis Carlos Montalvan returned from Iraq with a traumatic brain injury and PTSD. His book Until Tuesday describes his injuries and struggles to cope. He is paired with a service dog named Tuesday who helps him with tasks many take for granted. Tuesday Tucks Me In, his children’s version, focuses on how Tuesday helps him with tasks throughout the day. Luis will talk about his life, answer questions and give a demonstration of what Tuesday does. Books will be available for purchase. Feb. 23 is primarily for teens/adults – Feb. 24 is aimed at children, but you can attend either. Program sponsored by Bartholomew County Beverage Company, Noblitt Fabricating, Renner Motors, and Weisner Transport, Inc.
February 26, 2015
We are offering a series of 6 classes on Bicycle Maintenance & Repair this Winter! Join us for as few or as many of the classes as you like.
The classes will be offered on Thursday evenings from 6:00 – 7:30 pm:
Jan 29th - Basic Bike Repair & Maintenance
Feb 12th - Brakes: Adjustment & Cable Maintenance
Feb 19th – Derailleurs: Adjustment & Troubleshooting
Feb 26th – Cup & Cone Bearings: Adjustment & Overhaul
Mar 12th – Bottom Brackets: Adjustment & Overhaul
Mar 19th – Headsets: Adjustment & Overhaul
The suggested donation to attend is $10 per class, $25 for 3 classes, and $50 for all 6 classes. If you can’t afford it, please don’t let the cost be a barrier to expanding your bike repair knowledge. Donate as much as you can. If you want to learn, then we want to teach you!
These classes are FREE for all of our regular volunteers – those who regularly sign up for shifts as a Shop Monitor, Greeter or Volunteer Supervisor.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or to get more information.
Dave Ramsey is a financial author and radio host who encourages people to get out of debt. Presenter Gabriel Thomas, Alpha Financial Services, will provide a brief overview of Ramsey and his philosophy and cover Ramsey’s seven baby steps for financial peace including having an emergency fund and saving for retirement.
February 28, 2015
The seventh annual DSI D’Vine Wine and Beer Festival is slated for February 28 at The Commons. Join us for beer and wine tastings from local wineries and breweries.
Whether its Delta blues or J. S. Bach, the music of Ireland or Brazil Detroit native Ray Kamalay has built a remarkably diverse and historic repertoire of music that is intriguing and fun. His voice and humor are matched by his mastery of the guitar. Ray often tells the stories of the songs themselves, drawing the audience closer. Program sponsored by the Bartholomew County Library Associates.
March 1, 2015