Resident Canada Geese Management – Flow Public Meeting

Canada Geese enjoying the Scioto Mile.

Canada Geese enjoying the Scioto Mile in downtown Columbus.

 

Please join us for our next public information meeting 7 pm on December 7, 2015!

Our guest lecturer will be Jeff Pelc from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). He will be speaking about resident Canada geese and how to effectively manage damages associated with them. He will touch on their life history, protection status/laws, and management techniques, including examples from the Olentangy river project.

Location:
345 E 2nd Ave
Columbus, OH 43201
(Veritas Community Church)

We will have a RAFFLE for FLOW shirts and a few other prizes, and we would love for you to participate!

Campfires, Kayaks, and Coffee in Clintonville: Wonderful Windows in Worthington

Small Business Saturday – November 28

Local retailers and a Clintonville author are teaming up for a Small Business Saturday celebration on November 28 from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Campfires, Kayaks, and Coffee celebrates the outdoor enthusiast on customers’ gift lists. Special discounts on gift certificates and merchandise from Olentangy Paddle, Columbus Kayak, Clintonville Outfitters, and Crimson Cup will be available and 1% of all sales will be donated to FLOW!!!
Local author Trudy Brandenburg will be signing copies of her latest book, Robins on the Red River: An Emma Haines Kayak Mystery.  Free “cowboy style” coffee, compliments of Crimson Cup will be percolating on campfire stoves to keep you warm while you shop!
Trudy will be donating $1 to FLOW for every book sold!
She will be at Columbus Kayak from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. and at Clintonville Outfitters from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.

It’s a Wonderful Window Contest!
hosted by the Old Worthington Partnership

We are very excited to announce that Grid Furnishings has chosen to partner with FLOW for the Wonderful Windows Contest.  Downtown Worthington merchants are partnering with local charities to decorate their windows for the holidays and raise funds for those local charities.  Shoppers will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite window display through a ballot box set up inside each participating store. Each vote is a minimum contribution of $1 ($1=one vote). Shoppers may vote as many times as they want, as much as they want and for as many windows as they want. The organization’s window with the most votes (largest contribution) at the end of competition, wins the Bronze Window trophy. More importantly, all the charities will be winners as each charitable organization will keep 100% of all the money placed in their ballot box. All windows will be revealed during the “Big Reveal” at noon on Sunday, November 29, at the start of Holiday Open House, which runs from noon to 5. The competition, and voting, will continue and run through December 26, 2015. We are looking forward to seeing you there!