Mega Weekend – Best Sex Ever, New Art in Short North Highlight Weekend
Courtesy of Columbus Underground
By Anne Evans
January 6, 2022
Here’s a rundown of fun things to do this weekend. Libraries remain closed on Sunday for now. Please be sure events are happening before you go. We just launched a sale on Coffee Festival items. Columbus Urban League will host a Family Vaccine Clinic on Saturday. Enjoy your weekend and be safe!
Bossy Grrls has an UNHappy Hour.
Speak Easy returns to Wild Goose.
Friends of the Dead perform at Woodlands Tavern.
Go to an All Black Everything party.
There’s a Post Apocalyptic Variety Show happening.
Catch Canaan Cox at Bristol Republic. KaTanya Ingram performs at The Walrus.
New show ‘Best Sex Ever’ opens this weekend at Shadowbox Live.
This weekend is Gallery Hop in the Short North – New Year, New Art!
How many of the best movies of 2021 have you seen?
Shadowbox Live opens Best Sex Ever. Hear classic Led Zeppelin tunes at Lincoln Theater.
The MAC has a special film about Vincent Van Gogh’s works.
The Columbus Symphony plays Russian Winter Festival. See The Rocky Horror Picture Show Live at Studio 35.
What else can you do this weekend?
Enjoy Echo After Dark. Dream about the summer at the Ohio RV and Boat Show.
Saturday is the last day for the Huntington Holiday Train at Main Library. Shop Samson’s sale.
Winter Hikes continue at Metro Parks. Shop Budd’s Bazaar for some unique items to refresh your new year!
It’s the final weekend to see Conservatory Aglow.
Take your body and mind on an empowerment retreat at Seven Studios.
Columbus Blue Jackets take on NJ Devils. Find some cool history at the Columbus Paper Show.
Learn how to build a Winter Camp Fire. Try yoga free at Go Yoga in the Brewery District.
Get your cuttings ready for THE BIG PLANT SWAP on Monday in Bexley.
Thanks for reading and enjoy your weekend!
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