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Dec 9

Featured

Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Fri, Dec 9, 2016

Ariel, King Triton's youngest daughter, wishes to pursue the human Prince Eric in the world above and bargains with the evil sea witch, Ursula, to trade her tail for legs. But the bargain is not what it seems and Ariel needs the help of her colorful friends Flounder, Scuttle and Sebastian to restore order under the sea. An enchanting love story for the ages, "The Little Mermaid" is a fishy fable that will capture your heart with irresistible songs including “Under the Sea,” “Kiss the Girl” and “Part of Your World.”

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Dec 10

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Go Tell It On the Mountain: A Cultural Celebration

Go Tell It On the Mountain

Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Go Tell it on the Mountain: A Cultural Celebration is the retelling of the Nativity Story from the African American perspective.

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Dec 8

Featured

Fancy Nancy’s Splendiferous Christmas

Fancy Nancy’s Splendiferous Christmas

Thu, Dec 8, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Fancy Nancy wants to have a splendiferous Christmas with the perfect tree and the perfect topping, but she learns that the true meaning of Christmas is about family and love. This musical is presented at Family Theatre, 2100 Hamilton Road.

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Dec 9

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All Aboard! Polar Express at the NIM!

All Aboard! Polar Express at the NIM!

Fri, Dec 9, 2016

The Polar Express 3D is returning to the Giant Screen Theater inside the National Infantry Museum for five weekends in November and December! Cuddle up in your favorite pajamas and enjoy this family friendly tradition that is sure to put you in the holiday spirit. The 2004 film is based on the children’s book of the same title by Chris Van Allsburg. This year, every child wearing pajamas will receive a free hot chocolate on the museum! The train’s conductor will make appearances at many of the screening to punch exclusive golden tickets prior to the film.

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Dec 10

Featured

The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

Sat, Dec 10, 2016

EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC! The Columbus Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker promises to instill a love of the arts in young and old alike. This family-oriented production, which features a cast of over 100 performers, with live orchestra and acclaimed guest artists, captures the magical wonder and innocence of Tchaikovsky’s beloved ballet as seen through a child’s eyes. Spectacular sets, sumptuous costumes, special effects and live music come together to create a stunning grand-scale event that is sure to become a firm family tradition. Performances: 10 and 11 December, 2016 Book at: RiverCenter.org or at the booking office

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Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

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Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

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“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

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Art Lab

Tue, Nov 15, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Works by Emily Elliot; Reception November 17, 5:30pm

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Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

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Senior Thesis Exhibition

Tue, Nov 29, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Reception December 3,4-6pm

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Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reiki

On multiple days

Reiki is a Japanese bioenergetics technique for stress reduction and empowerment which can also alleviate physical symptoms and facilitate spiritual growth. Traditional Level 1 Holy Fire / Usui Reiki classes are offered as well Christo Rei Reiki, a Christian version. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan, 706-563-3539, any day after 10 am.

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Springer Opera House Building Tours

On multiple days

Tours of the Springer Opera House, the State Theatre of Georgia, are available every Monday and Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Prices are $5.00 per person and the tours last around thirty minutes. To schedule a private tour of the Springer or for more information about tours, please contact Aileen Fowles at 706-256-3490.

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Managing Project Procurement: Getting What You Need

On multiple days

Most large companies use centralized procurement/contracting services, so how will this affect your work as the Project Manager? Learn what types of contracts are used for which types of projects, as well as the overall contract process. Even if you are not the one negotiating the terms, make sure you know what your role and responsibilities are as the Project Manager for your projects governed by contracts. Textbook required. Visit http://continuinged.columbusstate.edu/required-text-books/. Prerequisite: Project Management Fundamentals.

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Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Art Lab

Tue, Nov 15, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Works by Emily Elliot; Reception November 17, 5:30pm

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Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Senior Thesis Exhibition

Tue, Nov 29, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Reception December 3,4-6pm

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Connections Small Business Journal POWER HOUR

On multiple days

Do you have questions regarding small business? Are you an entrepreneur? Are you a start-up or would like to start a business? Connections Small Business Journal provides a weekly FREE event at Iron Bank Coffee for people just like you.

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Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Art Lab

Tue, Nov 15, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Works by Emily Elliot; Reception November 17, 5:30pm

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Senior Thesis Exhibition

Tue, Nov 29, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Reception December 3,4-6pm

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Art Lab

Tue, Nov 15, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Works by Emily Elliot; Reception November 17, 5:30pm

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Senior Thesis Exhibition

Tue, Nov 29, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Reception December 3,4-6pm

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Art Lab

Tue, Nov 15, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Works by Emily Elliot; Reception November 17, 5:30pm

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Senior Thesis Exhibition

Tue, Nov 29, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Reception December 3,4-6pm

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Art Lab

Tue, Nov 15, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Works by Emily Elliot; Reception November 17, 5:30pm

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Senior Thesis Exhibition

Tue, Nov 29, 2016 – Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Reception December 3,4-6pm

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

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Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

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“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

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Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

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Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

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Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

Ongoing Tai Chi classes include instruction in Yang and Wu forms as well as 8 Brocades Qigong. Energy implications and self-defense applications are explored. Price $10 per class. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan any day after 10 a.m., 706-563-3539.

Read More >

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Pain

On multiple days

New Tai Chi classes for beginners! A fun and easy approach to 8 Brocades Qigong will be introduced. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan at 706-563-3539 any day after 10 a.m.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

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Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >

“Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience”

Fri, Aug 26, 2016 – Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Beginning on Friday, August 26th, The National Civil War Naval Museum is offering museumgoers a peak into the prisoner of war story. The museum will be a host site of “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience,” a national traveling exhibition developed with partners of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. The 1,200 square foot exhibit, based thematically on the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, is designed to educate the public about the stories and sacrifices of American POWs. The four main sections of the exhibit - Capture, Prison Life, Those Who Wait, and Freedom - contain artifacts as well as interactive elements such as audio-visual interviews with prisoners of war. Visitors will be able to explore the POW experience throughout the entire history of American military conflict, from the Civil War to modern conflicts. In addition to the exhibit, the National Park Service has developed a curriculum for students based on the exhibit in an effort to further bring the stories of prisoners of war to the community. Our latest traveling exhibit, "Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience" will be on display until mid-January 2017.

Read More >

Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens

On multiple days

This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks the 25th year of the award-winning Fantasy In Lights® with the addition of a new scene.

Read More >
 

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