Mozart’s Holiday Fundraiser for the CRC
Our annual Holiday Fundraiser for the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center will take place 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, December 9, at Mozart’s, 4784 N. High St.!
For this year’s gala, we’ll have live music, a silent auction and food and beverages from great local merchants including: Barley’s Brewing Company, Colonial Candy Shoppe, Crimson Cup, Lavash, McCarthy’s Wildflower Cafe, Mozart’s, Nancy’s Home Cooking, Patrick J’s, Pattycake Bakery, Portia’s Cafe, Talita’s and Weiland’s Market.
To buy tickets, visit the CRC or www.clintonvillecrc.org.
Mozart’s will be a hub for HolidayVille!
Experience Clintonville’s HolidayVille celebration will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, December 8th! While you’re knocking out some holiday shopping in Clintonville, stop by Mozart’s for free cookies and hot chocolate for the kids and Gluehwein for adults!
In conjunction with that celebration, Mozart’s will also be hosting a book signing with James Freshour, a Clintonville resident who has written a Christmas-themed children’s book called “Coulda’, Woulda’, Did! Ideas about the Christmas Star.” Freshour will be signing copies of his book from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, December 8th.
Mozart’s Columbus Symphony Assemblies
We’re partnering with the Columbus Symphony Women’s Association to host an exciting series of events to help raise money for the Columbus Symphony! The Mozart’s Columbus Symphony Assemblies fundraising events will be held on the following Sundays: January 26th, March 30th, and April 27th. Tickets will be available at Mozart’s, and stay tuned for further details!
Wine Tastings with Jon Offredo
Our favorite wine rep, Jon Offredo of Offredo Selections, hosts a monthly wine tasting at Mozart’s the first Wednesday of each month. Check our Facebook page for details!
MUSIC AT MOZART’S
Mozart’s is proud to carry on the wonderful tradition of the arts here in Columbus. We partner with the Columbus Symphony, WOSU, ProMusica, and other storied Columbus arts organizations. Every little bit to help support Columbus’ tradition in the arts is important to us here at Mozart’s.
Austrians are very proud of Austria’s importance as a cultural and music mecca, so it’s important to us that Mozart’s bring that proud tradition here. Austria has been the birthplace of many famous composers such as Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn, Franz Liszt, Franz Schubert, Anton Bruckner, Johann Strauss, Sr. and Johann Strauss, Jr. Also Austria is home to other such composers as Arnold Schoenberg, Anton Webern and Alban Berg. And of course Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is one of Austria’s most famous residents! We love paying homage to Austria’s music contributions.