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"Ride To Remember" Lee County Deputy James Anderson's Annual Memorial Ride
Please join us once again on our annual ride to remind our local communities of Lee County Deputy James Anderson's ultimate sacrifice. Deputy Anderson was killed in the line of duty on September 24, 2009. We will meet and leave from Smiths Station Junior High School's parking lot at 3:00pm Eastern Time and ride to Garden Hill Cemetery in Opelika, AL. Everyone is invited to attend this event. This ride includes motorcycles, cars, trucks, etc…
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8th Annual Uptown Beer and Wine Festival
The town’s favorite event is back once again! Uptown Columbus hosts the 8th annual Uptown Beer & Wine Festival, featuring more than 100 craft beers and wines on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 1pm to 5pm in the Tap and Rankin Courtyard, and The Livery. Attendees will become Craft Beerologists when they sample more than 100 craft beers from all over the land of the free while rocking out to DJ Mike Kelly spinning tracks. Worried about missing the game? SEC football fanatics can catch the game on the TVs at The Tap or in the Livery. For the Wine lovers, more than 25 selections of whites, reds and blend varieties will be available. We haven’t forgotten about beer munchies either. Uptown restaurants will be serving tasty bites for purchase to compliment beer and wines throughout the courtyard. Tickets may be purchased at The Springer Opera House Box Office or online at The Save Water, Drink Beer package is offered to the first 100 participants for $65 and includes: 9am rafting trip with Whitewater Express, early entry into festival at noon and lunch is provided. Tickets may be purchased at Regular entry costs $35 through September 17th. Tickets purchased after September 17th or at the gate are $45. $10 Designated Driver Ticket at the gate of The Tap Courtyard. Please note this is a age 21 and up event. For more information, please visit
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Children's Theatre, For the Family
A Year with Frog and Toad
A hit on Broadway, A Year with Frog and Toad is a whimsical show that follows two great friends – the cheerful, popular Frog and the rather grumpy Toad – through four fun-filled seasons. Waking from hibernation in the Spring, Frog and Toad plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding and learn life lessons along the way. Part vaudeville, part make believe... all charm, A Year with Frog and Toad tells the story of a friendship that endures throughout the seasons. September 7-10 ; $10 Adult $8 Seniors and Active Duty Military $5 Children (12 and under)
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Boy Named Banjo
Boy Named Banjo is an Americana/root-rock quintet based out of Nashville.
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Pop,Christian Contemporary,Rock
Casting Crowns
Casting Crowns is is a Grammy Award and Dove Award winning Christian band from the Atlanta, GA area.
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Close Up: Cinema Along the River
The booming film industries of Georgia and Alabama have showcased the states’ communities on the silver screen for years, and the Chattahoochee Valley is no exception. Whether in Columbus, Phenix City, Fort Benning, or other nearby towns, film crews have brought Hollywood to the area while inspiring local filmmakers to create their own cinematic works. This exhibition spotlights the numerous movie and television productions filmed or set in the Chattahoochee Valley, as well as depictions of the area and the greater Southeastern region in American cinema. The careers and innovations of local screen actors, filmmakers, and theater companies past and present will be discussed, as well as movie stars and other luminaries who visited the area for work or personal reasons. A partial list of the productions to be featured includes We Were Soldiers, Sweet Home Alabama, Norma Rae, Warm Springs, Kiss of the Tarantula, Black Hawk Down, Need for Speed, The Green Berets, The Phenix City Story, The Homesman, Tank, Your Mother Wears Combat Boots, and Eat White Dirt.
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Common Grounds
Columbus residents today know the South Commons as home to the Civic Center and Golden Park, but they might not realize that the city was once surrounded by a public greenbelt. This exhibition utilizes maps, artifacts, and images to examine the former Commons areas set aside by Columbus’ founders as public green spaces. The South Commons has been home to ball fields, race tracks, and other recreational pursuits since the city’s early years, but similar spaces also existed on the north and east sides of the city.
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From Flying Aces to Army Boots
Once thought of as the war to end all wars, World War I ushered in a new era of global military engagements. The United States’ entry for the last 18 months of the war also marked a shift in American foreign policy. 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. The experiences of local soldiers who fought in World War I receive special attention, as well as the impetus for the creation of Camp (now Fort) Benning at the end of the war as a U.S. Army infantry training school. African Americans’ service in the war, the life and career of Columbus native and French flying ace Eugene Bullard, and women’s volunteer service at home and abroad are showcased.
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Hall of Valor
The Hall of Valor pays tribute to the American infantrymen who have received the Medal of Honor.
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Home is Where the Heart Is Reverse Raffle
At the Stewart Home, the homeless and disabled are given a place to call home. They are taken in, provided a place to live, and supported by whatever means necessary to give them security and stability regardless of their ability to pay. Times are hard, and it is very expensive to provide for all of the needs of our residents so the Stewart Home and the people it serves are in dire need of your support. Please plan to join us at the Columbus Airport hangar for a wonderful evening of live music, hors d'oeuvres, cash bar, silent auction, and reverse raffle. Only 250 raffle tickets will be sold at $100 each. The grand prize winner will receive $5,000. We have many wonderful silent auction prizes including tickets to Disney, Zoo Atlanta, and many other great prizes. Please see below for tickets, sponsorships, and raffle tickets. Please email Melissa Buice with any questions at THANK YOU for supporting this local treasure! We cannot continue to help those most in need without help from YOU!
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