Trailblazers OUTings Series
created in cooperation with The Legacy Fund of The Columbus Foundation
Friday, August 1 – Meet at the Center at 9:30am
Tour of Decorative Arts Center in Lancaster featuring the exhibit “Designing Woman, Edith Head at Paramount 1924-1967″
Edith Head was appointed chief dresser at Paramount in 1949 and she received her first Oscar for the Heiress that same year. During her unprecedented 43 years at Paramount she worked on more than 1,000 films. We will view costumes from some of her most famous films, see some materials from her workshop, and view some of her costumes on video worn by film greats like Barbara Stanwick, Loretta Young, Veronica Lake, Dorothy Lamour, Bing Crosby, and Bob Hope to name just a few.
Lunch at Shaw’s Restaurant in Lancaster
Lunch at Shaw’s is always a treat. They will bill each of us separately, so each of us will be able to order anything on the lunch menu.
Tour of the Bob McDorman Auto Museum in Canal Winchester
On the way home we will stop by the newly opened Bob McDorman Museun in Canal Winchester. Bob has a classic car collection featuring Corvettes from multiple decades, a 53 Skylark, and many other vintage cars. His collection also includes vintage gasoline pumps, toy cars, and memorabilia from the walls of his office.
Friday, August 1, 2014
Meet at the Center on High at 9:30am for coffee and bagels
Leave the center by carpool by 10:00am
Return at approx. 4:00pm
Tickets: $20 includes both tours; Lunch is On Your Own
MUST REGISTER AND PAY IN ADVANCE BY JULY 28!
No payments accepted the day of the trip!
Seats are limited. Here’s how to register and pay:
1. Register and Pay online.
2. Call Michele at 614-930-2262 to pay with a credit card by phone.
Trailblazer OUTing – CATCO’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Wednesday, August 6 – Meet at the Center at 10am
Tickets $15 (Must be purchased in advance)
Based on the classic comedy film starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, two huckster conmen are living the high life on the French Riviera. When an opportunity to swindle a millionaire heiress arises, the two will compete to discover who is the master of the art of the con. Now playing on London’s West End – don’t miss this musical live in Columbus!
Thursday, August 7 – At the Center 1-3pm
Memories are a way of holding onto the things we love, the things we are and the things we never want to lose. Memory Catchers is a new Trailblazers workshop series where we simply spend the afternoon having fun, talking and revisiting our past…together.
If you would like to share your memories and hear others’ stories, please join us at The Center on High for this session.
Snacks and refreshments will be served. No registration required.
This Program is made possible by the generous support of The Legacy Fund of the Columbus Foundation