Calendar Columbus, GA

Viewing Events forJuly 26 - 31, 2016

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  • The Maple Leaf Exhibit

    The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

    National Civil War Naval Museum map
    Tue., May. 10, 2016, 12:00AM - Thu., Aug. 4, 2016, 11:59PM
    The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

  • Restaurant Week

    Restaurant Weekdetail +

    Columbus, Georgia map
    Mon., Jul. 25, 2016, 12:00AM - Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 11:59PM
    Calling all food lovers! U.S. Foods is proud to present the first ever, Columbus GA Restaurant Week July 25th-30th, 2016 benefiting Georgia Organics. Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try pre-fixe menus from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The week will showcase Columbus’ growing culinary scene by allowing guests a week long of affordable and tasty local eats.

  • Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation Symposium

    Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation Symposiumdetail +

    National Civil War Naval Museum map
    Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 10:00AM
    On Saturday July 30th, 2016, The National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus, Georgia will bring together experts in the fields of artifact recovery and conservation for a one-of-a-kind educational forum. The Civil War Naval Symposium: Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation features experts on archaeology from across the nation. “We tell the stories you’ll hear nowhere else about the Civil War Navy, “ said Jeff Seymour, Director Of Education and Programs at the National Civil War Naval Museum. “And part of the greater story is the tremendous amount of behind-the-scenes work to preserve the vessels that are now our national treasures.” Through a series of informative lectures, symposium attendees will be briefed on the challenging, complex and costly aspect of locating shipwrecks, as well as the amount of time and effort required to actually recover them properly and record and stabilize the items found on them. Participants get a front row seat to the massive amounts of planning, teamwork, advance knowledge, and the many different skilled disciplines required to recover and conserve naval artifacts. “We’re extremely excited to have such an esteemed gathering of experts on artifact recovery and conservation in the Columbus, Georgia area, ” said Holly B. Wait, Executive Director of the National Civil War Naval Museum. “This unique program offers museumgoers, history buffs, academics, and novices alike a new perspective on the Civil War.” The presenters at the July 30th Civil War Naval Symposium: Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation include: Michael Jordan, Independent Filmmaker, CSS Georgia- History & Early Archaeology Jim Jobling, Chief Conservator, Texas A&M, CSS Georgia- Recovery & Conservation Will Hoffman, Chief Conservator, Monitor Center, USS Monitor-Conservation Paul Mardikian, Chief Conservator, The Hunley Center, Hunley- Conservation What: A Civil War Naval Symposium: Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation When: 10 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. on Sat. July. 30th Cost (includes lunch) : General: $50 , Museum Members: $40, Students: $25 Where: National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, 1002 Victory Drive in Columbus, Georgia. Please visit: www.portcolumbus.org or call: 706-327-9798 for additional information.

Sunday, July 24 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Sun., Jul. 24, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobedetail +

McClure Theatre at the Springer map map

Sun., Jul. 24, 2016, 2:00PM – 3:00PM

C.S. Lewis' story has been loved by generations of children, adults and teenagers and now it's been adapted for the stage. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is the first of the Narnia series of books.

Monday, July 25 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Restaurant Weekdetail +

Columbus, Georgia

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016 – Sat., Jul. 30, 2016

Calling all food lovers! U.S. Foods is proud to present the first ever, Columbus GA Restaurant Week July 25th-30th, 2016 benefiting Georgia Organics. Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try pre-fixe menus from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The week will showcase Columbus’ growing culinary scene by allowing guests a week long of affordable and tasty local eats.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Springer Opera House Building Toursdetail +

103 Tenth Street, Columbus, GA 31909 map map

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016, 3:30PM – 4:00PM

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.

Managing Project Procurement: Getting What You Needdetail +

Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center map map

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016, 6:00PM – 9:00PM

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.

Tuesday, July 26 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Restaurant Weekdetail +

Columbus, Georgia

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016 – Sat., Jul. 30, 2016

Calling all food lovers! U.S. Foods is proud to present the first ever, Columbus GA Restaurant Week July 25th-30th, 2016 benefiting Georgia Organics. Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try pre-fixe menus from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The week will showcase Columbus’ growing culinary scene by allowing guests a week long of affordable and tasty local eats.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Power Hourdetail +

IRON BANK COFFEE

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 11:30AM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Wednesday, July 27 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Restaurant Weekdetail +

Columbus, Georgia

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016 – Sat., Jul. 30, 2016

Calling all food lovers! U.S. Foods is proud to present the first ever, Columbus GA Restaurant Week July 25th-30th, 2016 benefiting Georgia Organics. Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try pre-fixe menus from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The week will showcase Columbus’ growing culinary scene by allowing guests a week long of affordable and tasty local eats.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Wed., Jul. 27, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Springer Opera House Building Toursdetail +

103 Tenth Street, Columbus, GA 31909 map map

Wed., Jul. 27, 2016, 3:30PM – 4:00PM

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.

Managing Project Procurement: Getting What You Needdetail +

Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center map map

Wed., Jul. 27, 2016, 6:00PM – 9:00PM

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.

Thursday, July 28 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Restaurant Weekdetail +

Columbus, Georgia

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016 – Sat., Jul. 30, 2016

Calling all food lovers! U.S. Foods is proud to present the first ever, Columbus GA Restaurant Week July 25th-30th, 2016 benefiting Georgia Organics. Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try pre-fixe menus from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The week will showcase Columbus’ growing culinary scene by allowing guests a week long of affordable and tasty local eats.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Thu., Jul. 28, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Friday, July 29 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Restaurant Weekdetail +

Columbus, Georgia

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016 – Sat., Jul. 30, 2016

Calling all food lovers! U.S. Foods is proud to present the first ever, Columbus GA Restaurant Week July 25th-30th, 2016 benefiting Georgia Organics. Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try pre-fixe menus from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The week will showcase Columbus’ growing culinary scene by allowing guests a week long of affordable and tasty local eats.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Fri., Jul. 29, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Uptown Happy Hour Tourdetail +

Exact meeting location listed on ticket

Fri., Jul. 29, 2016, 5:30PM – 7:00PM

Spend a Friday evening exploring the local bars, pubs and restaurants of Uptown Columbus, GA!

No Shame Theatre - Every Fridaydetail +

Springer Opera House - Look for the silver lady.

Fri., Jul. 29, 2016, 10:00PM

NO SHAME COLUMBUS EVERY FRIDAY at 10:00 Showcase of short original works (spoken word, monologues, scenes, dance, improv, music, & any thing else.) First 15 acts to sign-up get a 5 minute slot - Sign-up starts at 10. Show starts at 10:30 3 rules: 1. pieces must be original. 2. pieces must be 5 min or less. 3. pieces must not break ANYTHING - such as the audience, the space, yourself, or the LAW. Everyone (including performers) - $5 @ Door. [MUST BE 18 OR OLDER.]

Saturday, July 30 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Restaurant Weekdetail +

Columbus, Georgia

Mon., Jul. 25, 2016 – Sat., Jul. 30, 2016

Calling all food lovers! U.S. Foods is proud to present the first ever, Columbus GA Restaurant Week July 25th-30th, 2016 benefiting Georgia Organics. Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try pre-fixe menus from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The week will showcase Columbus’ growing culinary scene by allowing guests a week long of affordable and tasty local eats.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Market Days on Broadwaydetail +

Uptown Columbus map map

Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 9:00AM – 12:00PM

Visit Uptown Columbus' Market Days featuring locally grown produce, handcrafted items, homemade baked goods and entertainment for the whole family!

Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation Symposiumdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 10:00AM – 4:30PM

On Saturday July 30th, 2016, The National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus, Georgia will bring together experts in the fields of artifact recovery and conservation for a one-of-a-kind educational forum. The Civil War Naval Symposium: Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation features experts on archaeology from across the nation. “We tell the stories you’ll hear nowhere else about the Civil War Navy, “ said Jeff Seymour, Director Of Education and Programs at the National Civil War Naval Museum. “And part of the greater story is the tremendous amount of behind-the-scenes work to preserve the vessels that are now our national treasures.” Through a series of informative lectures, symposium attendees will be briefed on the challenging, complex and costly aspect of locating shipwrecks, as well as the amount of time and effort required to actually recover them properly and record and stabilize the items found on them. Participants get a front row seat to the massive amounts of planning, teamwork, advance knowledge, and the many different skilled disciplines required to recover and conserve naval artifacts. “We’re extremely excited to have such an esteemed gathering of experts on artifact recovery and conservation in the Columbus, Georgia area, ” said Holly B. Wait, Executive Director of the National Civil War Naval Museum. “This unique program offers museumgoers, history buffs, academics, and novices alike a new perspective on the Civil War.” The presenters at the July 30th Civil War Naval Symposium: Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation include: Michael Jordan, Independent Filmmaker, CSS Georgia- History & Early Archaeology Jim Jobling, Chief Conservator, Texas A&M, CSS Georgia- Recovery & Conservation Will Hoffman, Chief Conservator, Monitor Center, USS Monitor-Conservation Paul Mardikian, Chief Conservator, The Hunley Center, Hunley- Conservation What: A Civil War Naval Symposium: Wrecks, Recovery, and Conservation When: 10 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. on Sat. July. 30th Cost (includes lunch) : General: $50 , Museum Members: $40, Students: $25 Where: National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, 1002 Victory Drive in Columbus, Georgia. Please visit: www.portcolumbus.org or call: 706-327-9798 for additional information.

Uptown Local Favorites Food Tourdetail +

Exact meeting location will be on ticket.

Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 11:00AM – 2:00PM

Put on your walking shoes for a fun, delicious way to learn about Columbus, GA.

Drop-in Toursdetail +

The Columbus Museum

Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 11:00AM – 3:00PM

Visitors will be able to take a one hour tour of the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions with a weekend gallery guide.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Columbus Board Gamersdetail +

TBA

Sat., Jul. 30, 2016, 7:28PM

Play lots of board games! Join us today! http://www.meetup.com/Meeples-of-Columbus/

Sunday, July 31 2016

Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley: Silk Paintings by René Shoemakerdetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sun., Aug. 23, 2015 – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016

In August, artist René Shoemaker will transform the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the following July. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character of a city or place. For her exhibition at The Columbus Museum, the artist has created site-specific works about the Chattahoochee Valley after visiting here and immersing herself in its sights, sounds, and smells and making preliminary sketches of buildings, spaces, and people. Shoemaker solicited responses from the Columbus-area community through social media to decide which buildings and locations could be used in the paintings. The silk paintings on view in the exhibition thus truly capture the characteristics that make the Chattahoochee Valley unique. Shoemaker explains that the project was “about discovering what makes the city and valley unique to its citizens and visitors. What patterns in the landscape are distinguishable, and how can I tease out the beauty of these sites great and small? What memories are held by the people there; what locations do they like to visit the most? Where are the neighborhoods they drive through without really seeing, and where do they like to meet with friends? What do the children remember as they grow up in Columbus?” Shoemaker’s medium of hand-painted silk has dye applied directly to the material. For this project, she used silk twill, a midweight silk that billows gently as the air moves. Shoemaker received her B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and a degree in library sciences (M.L.I.S.) from the University of South Carolina. She lives in the woods in Oconee County, Georgia in a handmade octagon house.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Game On! Summer Learning Challengedetail +

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

Sun., May. 1, 2016, 10:00AM – Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 4:00PM

Join us for our Summer Learning Challenge!

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Sun., Jul. 31, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Monday, August 1 2016

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Mon., Aug. 1, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Springer Opera House Building Toursdetail +

103 Tenth Street, Columbus, GA 31909 map map

Mon., Aug. 1, 2016, 3:30PM – 4:00PM

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.

Managing Project Procurement: Getting What You Needdetail +

Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center map map

Mon., Aug. 1, 2016, 6:00PM – 9:00PM

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.

Tuesday, August 2 2016

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 18, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 27, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Power Hourdetail +

IRON BANK COFFEE

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 11:30AM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Back 2 School BASHdetail +

courtyard between Columbus Tech's library and Patrick Hall buildings map map

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 6:00PM – 8:00PM

Join Columbus Technical College for its annual Back 2 School BASH! Free school supplies (while they last) for K-12, registration services so you can be a student here, food, games, bouncy games, etc. It's all FREE!

Wednesday, August 3 2016

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 18, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 27, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Wed., Aug. 3, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Springer Opera House Building Toursdetail +

103 Tenth Street, Columbus, GA 31909 map map

Wed., Aug. 3, 2016, 3:30PM – 4:00PM

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.

Managing Project Procurement: Getting What You Needdetail +

Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center map map

Wed., Aug. 3, 2016, 6:00PM – 9:00PM

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.

Thursday, August 4 2016

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 18, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 27, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

The Maple Leaf Exhibitdetail +

National Civil War Naval Museum

Tue., May. 10, 2016 – Thu., Aug. 4, 2016

The Maple Leaf During the latter part of the Civil War in Florida, the Union transport ship Maple Leaf was sunk in the St. John's River near Jacksonville by a Confederate torpedo. Originally used in Canada as a pleasure excursion vessel, the Maple Leaf was purchased and put into service by the Union army during the war. After it sank, the ship lay in the St. John's River until 1984, when it was rediscovered and partially excavated by Keith Holland and the St. John's Archaeological Expedition, Inc. The ship's contents, encased by the river's muddy bottom, provide a time capsule of this period in history, offering a glimpse into previously undocumented aspects of the war and its effects on northeastern Florida. This exhibit features items used by the soldiers on board the Maple Leaf, an authentic reproduction of the Civil War-era torpedo that was used to sink the ship, and an informational video. You can enjoy this traveling exhibit from May 10th - August 4th

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Thu., Aug. 4, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Sundowners Toastmasters Clubdetail +

3617 Macon Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Thu., Aug. 4, 2016, 6:00PM – 7:00PM

Meet your 2013 communication and leadership goals! You can achieve your goals while having fun in Sundowners Toastmaster Club. We meet every first and third Thursday at 6:00 PM at Edgewood Presbyterian Church, Macon Rd, Columbus, GA. View our club Website at http://www.sundownerstm.com Contact us at sundownderstoastmasters@gmail.com if you have questions prior to a meeting.

Friday, August 5 2016

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 18, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 27, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Fri., Aug. 5, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Uptown Happy Hour Tourdetail +

Exact meeting location listed on ticket

Fri., Aug. 5, 2016, 5:30PM – 7:00PM

Spend a Friday evening exploring the local bars, pubs and restaurants of Uptown Columbus, GA!

No Shame Theatre - Every Fridaydetail +

Springer Opera House - Look for the silver lady.

Fri., Aug. 5, 2016, 10:00PM

NO SHAME COLUMBUS EVERY FRIDAY at 10:00 Showcase of short original works (spoken word, monologues, scenes, dance, improv, music, & any thing else.) First 15 acts to sign-up get a 5 minute slot - Sign-up starts at 10. Show starts at 10:30 3 rules: 1. pieces must be original. 2. pieces must be 5 min or less. 3. pieces must not break ANYTHING - such as the audience, the space, yourself, or the LAW. Everyone (including performers) - $5 @ Door. [MUST BE 18 OR OLDER.]

Saturday, August 6 2016

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 18, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jan. 5, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jan. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Dec. 20, 2016, 6:00PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Aug. 2, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 27, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

St. EOM’S Pasaquan: Past, Present, and Future Exhibitiondetail +

The Columbus Museum map map

Sat., May. 28, 2016 – Sun., Sep. 4, 2016

This exhibition offers an introduction to Pasaquan in Marion County, Georgia, and the work of Eddie Owens Martin, who dubbed himself St. EOM, while also providing an in-depth analysis of the theme “past, present, and future.” An array of St. EOM’s work in diverse media ranging from works on paper, to jewelry, to large concrete busts, will be examined aesthetically and symbolically. This exhibition and related programming will serve as a kick-off for the reopening of Pasaquan after its two-year restoration by the Kohler Foundation and subsequent stewardship by CSU.

Ongoing Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Sherwood Presbyterian Church

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 7:30PM – Tue., Jul. 11, 2017, 8:45PM

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.

Tai Chi for Health, Stress, Balance, and Back Paindetail +

Amos Cancer Center

Tue., Jul. 26, 2016, 5:00PM – Tue., Jun. 20, 2017, 6:00PM

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.

Market Days on Broadwaydetail +

Uptown Columbus map map

Sat., Aug. 6, 2016, 9:00AM – 12:00PM

Visit Uptown Columbus' Market Days featuring locally grown produce, handcrafted items, homemade baked goods and entertainment for the whole family!

Uptown Local Favorites Food Tourdetail +

Exact meeting location will be on ticket.

Sat., Aug. 6, 2016, 11:00AM – 2:00PM

Put on your walking shoes for a fun, delicious way to learn about Columbus, GA.

Drop-in Toursdetail +

The Columbus Museum

Sat., Aug. 6, 2016, 11:00AM – 3:00PM

Visitors will be able to take a one hour tour of the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions with a weekend gallery guide.

Holy Fire / Usui and Christo Rei Reikidetail +

6300 Milgen Rd, Columbus, GA 31907

Sat., Aug. 6, 2016, 1:00PM – 6:30PM

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.

Columbus Board Gamersdetail +

TBA

Sat., Aug. 6, 2016, 7:28PM

Play lots of board games! Join us today! http://www.meetup.com/Meeples-of-Columbus/

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