Here are a few of the things that people might have an interest in doing while here in town. After you are done reading it, please email your interest level to Chris.
Edgar Degas: The Last Landscapes Art exhibit at the
Columbus Museum of Art
Focusing on the magnificent landscapes that Degas painted at the seaside resort of Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme on the northern French coast, this exhibition explores the artist's particular connection with the resort town he had known since childhood and his late-in-life desire to create landscapes that would rival those of his Impressionist and Post-Impressionist colleagues. The exhibit consists of paintings, works on paper and sculpture. More than thirty-five are drawn from museums and private collections worldwide. When this international exhibition closes in January there will be no other opportunities to view it in the US.
Museum Hours are: Tuesday-Sunday : 10am-5:30pm; Thursday : 10am-8:30pm
Admission is $10 per adult, $5 per child
Blue Jackets Family Nights
Tuesday Dec 26. Blue Jackets vs Boston Bruins, 7 pm
Family pack of tickets (starting at $88) includes 4 tickets, 4 hot dogs, 4 soda, 4 popcorns, 4 ice cream coupons, 4 dispatch ice haus skating passes. - free pre game skate at the dispatch ice haus. Call (614) 246-3380 for details.
Girls Night (or lunch) Out
Family Street Hockey Game
Christmas Eve midnight church service
Charlotte's Web, the movie
Trillium End of the Year Party with Trombones Plus, Wednesday December 27, at 7 pm
Columbus Zoo- a daytime zoo trip in winter. How, uh, cool.
Columbus Zoo Wildlights at night - Christmas light exhibit. A Columbus holiday tradition for over 17 years; Wildlights features over two million lights and more than two hundred light displays. Wildlights is open 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and is closed Dec. 24 and Dec. 25. During your visit, be sure to take a few laps around the ice skating rink, stop by the Zoo's carousel for a spin, and visit our many indoor exhibits.
COSI: The Columbus science museum. Current exhibit "science of the season." Current IMAX movies: "Fighter Pilot" and "Ride Around the World."
Swimming at the Worthington (or Dublin) Rec Center Pool
"Shiny" exhibit at the Wexner Center for the Arts, free, through Dec. 31
This bright, playful exhibition examines our culture's love of luxury, spectacle, shiny things, and our own reflections. Many of the works in Shiny play with the commodity status of art, both embracing and slyly critiquing conspicuous display. You'll watch Andy Warhol's helium-filled Silver Clouds floating sensuously on air currents and see yourself and the Wexner Center's architecture reflected in the shimmering surfaces of Jeff Koons's 10-foot-tall Balloon Dog.
Please rate your interest in the proposed activities with the following scale:
1= Yes, count me in!
2=I'd do this, but don't do it just for me
3=I could be talked into it
4=I'd rather stay behind and help watch the kids or be with Mom
6=If it doesn't interfere with my nap
7=No thanks, not interested
A) Degas Exhibit___________
B) Blue Jackets hockey tickets__________
C) Girls night out___________ or girls lunch out_________
D) Guys movie_________
E) Our street hockey game____________
F) Christmas Eve midnight church service______________
G) Charlotte's Web, the movie_______________
H) Wednesday December 27, at 7 pm End of the year party with Trombones Plus at Trillium____________
I) Columbus Zoo- a daytime zoo trip in winter._____________
J) Columbus Zoo Wildlights at night_______________
M) Whole Foods____________
N) Trader Joe's_____________
O) Shiny _____________
P) Also, which do you prefer, Pizza Hut or Pizzaria Uno?
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