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“From Flying Aces to Army Boots: World War I and the Chattahoochee Valley”

“From Flying Aces to Army Boots: World War I and the Chattahoochee Valley”

Wed, Mar 15, 2017 – Sun, Aug 27, 2017

This exhibition explores the effects of World War I in the Chattahoochee Valley. Beyond military history, the exhibition will look at the social and political climate in the region during the first years of the war, 1914-1917, and changes to the home front during 1917-1918, alongside the local opinion of President Woodrow Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles.

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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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Columbus Reiki Share

On multiple days

Reiki practitioners and members of the public are invited to participate in a Reiki Share from 2:00-3:30 pm on the second Saturday of each month beginning Sept 10, 2016. Free. Location: Office of Ona Graham, Psy. D., on the corner of 17th St. and 15th Ave. in Columbus, diagonal to Durham's Pharmacy. For information, contact Philip Chan, 706-563-3539 after 10 a.m.

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Christo Rei Reiki Do Classes

On multiple days

Reiki Do is a Japanese bioenergetics technique for stress reduction and empowerment which can also alleviate physical symptoms and facilitate spiritual growth. Levels 1 - 3 Christo Rei Reiki Do classes are offered. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan, 706-563-3539, any day after 10 am.

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“From Flying Aces to Army Boots: World War I and the Chattahoochee Valley”

Wed, Mar 15, 2017 – Sun, Aug 27, 2017

This exhibition explores the effects of World War I in the Chattahoochee Valley. Beyond military history, the exhibition will look at the social and political climate in the region during the first years of the war, 1914-1917, and changes to the home front during 1917-1918, alongside the local opinion of President Woodrow Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles.

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Spring Break-A-Thon

Mon, Mar 20, 2017 – Tue, Mar 21, 2017

Teens & Tweens- Celebrate Spring Break at the Columbus Public Library with a two-day Marvel movie marathon beginning at 10 am both days!

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NIM Kids Film Fest - Spring Break! Free Admission!

On multiple days

Looking for something to do with the kids during Spring Break? NIM Kids is hosting the 2017 NIM Kids Film Fest (Spring Break Edition) Monday – Wednesday, March 20 – 22. The films are FREE to the public and are offered twice each day at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Showings on Monday, March 20, will be sensory – friendly. Admission is on a first come, first seated basis. Concessions will open prior to the first showing. Specials will be available, including a Snack Pack (popcorn, fruit snack, and 16 oz. drink) for $5.

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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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Lunch and Lecture

Tue, Mar 21, 2017

Discovering Eugene Bullard Featuring: Natalia Temesgen and Craig Lloyd Author Craig Lloyd will discuss his discovery of Eugene Bullard and the circumstances that led him to write Eugene Bullard: Black Expatriate in Jazz-Age Paris. Local playwright Natalia Temesgen will then present her process of bringing this book and its World War I hero to the stage of the Springer Opera House.

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Jerusalem 3D on the Giant Screen Theater

On multiple days

Interested in Group Tickets? Please call 706.685.5814. View the trailer at: http://www.nationalinfantrymuseum.org/jerusalem/ Ticket Pricing: General Admission: $8 Military/Senior/Student: $7 Children Ages 4-12: $6 *Children under 4 years of age admitted free

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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 >

Columbus Reiki Share

On multiple days

Reiki practitioners and members of the public are invited to participate in a Reiki Share from 2:00-3:30 pm on the second Saturday of each month beginning Sept 10, 2016. Free. Location: Office of Ona Graham, Psy. D., on the corner of 17th St. and 15th Ave. in Columbus, diagonal to Durham's Pharmacy. For information, contact Philip Chan, 706-563-3539 after 10 a.m.

Read More >

Christo Rei Reiki Do Classes

On multiple days

Reiki Do is a Japanese bioenergetics technique for stress reduction and empowerment which can also alleviate physical symptoms and facilitate spiritual growth. Levels 1 - 3 Christo Rei Reiki Do classes are offered. For information and to register, call Dr. Chan, 706-563-3539, any day after 10 am.

Read More >

“From Flying Aces to Army Boots: World War I and the Chattahoochee Valley”

Wed, Mar 15, 2017 – Sun, Aug 27, 2017

This exhibition explores the effects of World War I in the Chattahoochee Valley. Beyond military history, the exhibition will look at the social and political climate in the region during the first years of the war, 1914-1917, and changes to the home front during 1917-1918, alongside the local opinion of President Woodrow Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles.

Read More >
 

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