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06 News & Info from Upper Arlington
07 News & Info from The Village of Marble Cliff
08 News & Info from Grandview Heights
10 faces Sew Generous Toymakers craft handmade stuffed animals for sick children
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Dec. 1-31Art Exhibit: Rick BraveheartGrandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., www.ghpl.orgThis exhibit is coordinated by the Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Arts Council and will feature photography by Columbus resident Rick Braveheart, who is famous for his American landscapes. Braveheart presents a slideshow of his photo-graphs of national parks, conservation groups and nature preserves from 7-8 p.m. Dec. 4.
Dec. 1Holiday Happiness10 a.m.-2 p.m., Upper Arlington Library, 2800 Tremont Ave., ualibrary.orgSee story on page 6.
Dec. 1Christmas Concert7-10 p.m., Upper Arlington Lutheran Church, 2300 Lytham Rd., www.ualc.orgAdult choirs sing your favorite Christmas and holiday songs to celebrate the season.
Dec. 2Harp Music2:30-3:30 p.m., Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., www.ghpl.orgYoung harp players of HarpOhio, directed by Jeanne Norton, perform a free concert.
Dec. 2-5Upper Arlington Civic Association Christmas in the ParkThompson Park, 4250 Woodbridge Rd., www.uaca.orgCrafts, Santa and sleigh rides, oh my! Space is limited so this event is by reservation only. The approximately 600 slots to visit Santa fill in just a few days, so visit the website during the first week of November for a registration form.
Dec. 3Music in the Atrium: Grandview Heights High School7 p.m., Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., www.ghpl.orgHigh school musicians perform a holiday show directed by Andrew Grega.
Dec. 4Tree Lighting Ceremony 6:30 p.m., Grandview Center, 1417 Grandview Ave., www.grandviewheights.orgEnjoy a greeting by Mayor Ray DeGraw, cookies from National Church Residents First Community Village, coffee by Starbucks and crafts and treats from the Fifth Avenue Noodles & Company. Andrew Grega leads the Grandview Singers in holiday favorites, and the cast of GCP Players Little Women provides entertainment. Winners of the MembersFirst Pathways Financial Credit Union coloring contest open to children in grades K-6 throw the switch to light the tree!
Dec. 6Music in the Atrium: The Central Ohio Harp Organization7 p.m., Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., www.ghpl.orgThis performance will feature seasonal favorites, Celtic music and favorites played on the harp.
Dec. 6Imaginating Dramatics7-8 p.m., Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., www.ghpl.orgEnjoy a theater workshop for young actors ages 5 and up.
Dec. 11Celebrate It: Glass Ornaments
Nov. 1-30Concourse Gallery Exhibit: Migwa Orimo, OSUMunicipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Rd., www.uaoh.netMigwa Orimo presents The Three Rooms of Kioku. Kioku means remembering in Japanese. In this installation, viewers will experience three aspects of memory histori-cal, personal and collective through the use of different elements including furniture, text, drawings and recordings.
Nov. 1-30Art Exhibit: Doug Titchenal GroupGrandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., www.ghpl.orgFeaturing photography by the Doug Titchenal Group. Coordi-nated by the Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Arts Council.
Nov. 6Intro to Calligraphy7-8 p.m., Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., www.ghpl.org
Sandy Mundy of the Calligraphy Guild of Columbus will teach the