Columbus, Georgia was just named among the top 20 destinations in the South in Southern Living's 2019 South's Best Vote. With an overflowing calendar of cultural events happening every week this Fall, we're proud to continue publishing The Sunday Best and share our new weekly roundup for locals and visitors alike.
Here are our Top 5 Things ToDo in Columbus, Georgia for the weekend of September 20-23, 2019.
Simply click on each image below for more detailed event information.
HEIST at the Columbus Museum
This SOLD OUT event transports Columbus Museum visitors directly into the heart of an art heist. Historically, only 2% of heists are solved. Can our local audience solve the mystery and return the work of art to the Museum?
CHICAGO opens at Springer Opera House this weekend.
September 20, 21* at 7:30 p.m.
September 22 at 2:30 p.m.
* Join us for Columbusite Night at CHICAGO !
Experience live theatre in community with others.
Meet us in the lobby at 7:15 for a quick meet & greet before we take our seats, and then join us afterward at a local restaurant to discuss the show.
Simply use the code 'Columbusite' for 25% off Saturday evening's performance.
Discount good for the September 21 performance only, and can be used by phone, online, or in person. Orchestra seating is nearly sold out, so call ahead to make reservations ASAP.
Jazz at the Bo
Featuring Jazz and comedians Jerry Farber and James Etchison from Springer Theatre.
Bo Bartlett Center
Admission is free.
Columbus Chefs Collaboration Dinner
Six local chefs collaborate at The Bibb Mill for a delicious collaborative dinner benefiting Giving Kitchen.
Giving Kitchen (GK) is a nonprofit organization that provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources in order to create a community where crisis is met with compassion and care, and anyone can be a hero. Since its inception, GK has helped over 2,800 food service workers in Georgia. GK’s shift starts when theirs can’t.
Pick up a shift by coming to the Columbus Chefs Collaboration presented by WC Bradley Co. to support food service workers in Columbus and beyond.
Sunday, September 22
5 p.m. - 10 p.m.
The Bibb Mill
Heather Harrell of 11th and Bay Southern Table Jeffrey Bowman on behalf of Mark Jones from Smoke Bourbon and BBQ Jeff Brammer of Valley Hospitality Rocco Caggiano from The Country Club of Columbus Trevor Morris of Trevioli Italian Kitchen Morten Wulff of Morten’s at Old Town
TRI-CITY LATINO FESTIVAL
This annual event celebrates latino culture in the Chattahoochee Valley. Enjoy a wide variety of food, cultural dances, exhibits, vendors, a kids zone, and live music all day long.
Columbus Civic Center