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February 26th, 2017 10:26 PM
Above is a rendering of the future Bosque seating area, debuting in April!


As winter transitions to spring, we are also warming up the park with exciting improvements! Get ready to see some upgrades to start off the 2017 summer season!

Our park's seating area will soon have more shade, new walkways, and more space to relax during your lunch break, or during one of our many FREE events, all summer long.

Never fear! The park will remain open throughout the construction.


We want to hear from YOU!

Do you love bringing the whole family downtown for free movies at the park? We love having you! Please vote on which family-friendly flicks you want to see at the Commons this summer!

Help this to be the best summer yet!

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Weigh in on how you want to work out!
Do you love our free Kickboxing classes? Have you always wanted to take Tai Chi? Can't get enough of free outdoor Yoga? We want to hear from you! 

Help us to create the best summer fitness schedule yet! Your input will determine what FREE classes will be offered during the 2017 season. We appreciate your participation in this short survey. 

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Stay in touch with us as we get the ball rolling for 2017 events! Make sure to like our Facebook page and follow our Twitter and Instagram feeds to stay in the loop!

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February 25th, 2017 10:24 AM
What do you love about Columbus? Tell us about your favorite restaurant, bar, concert, gallery, local celebrity, etc. Each week, we'll pick one submission to feature in the issue and on social media!
The event title "Three Million Horsewomen of the Apocalypse" conjures up a daunting image of unimaginable amounts of famine, pestilence, war and death. Though the gathering at Wild Goose Creative on Thursday, Feb. 23 is not as foreboding as it suggests, it's arguably as powerful. It represents the approximately 3 million participants in the Women's March on Washington last month. About 12 Columbus-based marchers will speak at the upcoming event, a special edition in the "Four Horsewomen" series, which is normally limited to four storytellers taking on the four apocalyptic themes.

Current issue
Best of Columbus 2017

In September 2015, Patton Oswalt stepped onstage at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, and, for the first time in a long time in his career. The intensity owed itself largely to the personal trauma Oswalt experienced earlier that year, when his wife, true-crime author Michelle McNamara, died unexpectedly in April, leaving Oswalt as the sole caretaker of the pair's now-7-year-old daughter.

"Windows on Death Row" was conceived by TV journalist Anne-Frederique Widmann and editorial cartoonist Patrick Chappatte in response to what they saw as shortcomings and troubling trends in capital punishment, from trials to sentencing to death row. The exhibition features a selection of editorial cartoons addressing the issue as well as art created by inmates. "We thought, 'Let's try to put together a unique exhibition sampling art from inside and outside the prison walls. Let's try to gather artworks from my fellow editorial cartoonists on one side and from death row inmates on the other side — opening a window on the unseen world of incarceration,'" Chappatte said.

South Carolina husband-and-wife duo Shovels & Rope, aka Michael Trent & Cary Ann Hearst, keep things interesting on their fifth album and New West Records debut, Little Seeds. It's the band's most personal batch of songs yet, written right after Hearst gave birth to the couple's first child. At the same time, Trent's parents were living with them while his father faced the early stages of Alzheimer's. That life-stage contrast makes for some tender ballads but also some stomp-box-fueled garage rockers.

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February 23rd, 2017 9:47 AM

Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District and Discovery Special Improvement Districts send this Downtown News Network e-alert to Downtown Columbus business and property contacts. It is intended for re-distribution to downtown employees, residents and others. Content is collected and managed by Capital Crossroads and Discovery SIDs for their member property owners and their tenants.

Capital Crossroads SID Notes

Capital Crossroads Business Membership: Capitol Equities
Thank you to the Capital Crossroads Business Members for their continued support of Capital Crossroads SID. To learn more about the Business Membership program, contact Michelle Chippas at MLChippas@sidservices.comLearn more about Business Member Capitol Equities and their support of Downtown Columbus.

Twenty years ago, Capitol Equities launched their real estate business with the redevelopment of the Smith Bros' Hardware building on North Fourth Street. That adaptive reuse project, which converted a 200,000 square foot brick factory to dynamic, loft style office and event space, highlighted the company's founding principal - promoting creativity in the commercial real estate market in downtown Columbus. Click here for more.

State of Downtown Columbus Year-End 2016
Capital Crossroads & Discovery Special Improvement Districts have prepared a comprehensive report regarding the economic development activity in Downtown Columbus through the end of 2016. Among the highlights:
  • Downtown's residential population grew to an estimated 8,100 residents
  • The apartment occupancy rate is 97 percent
  • The City of Columbus' most expensive home sale & record-setting price was the 12th floor of Parks Edge Condominiums at $4.4 million
  • $734 million is under construction currently in Downtown
  • $116 million was completed in 2016, including the highly anticipated LeVeque Tower apartments (LVQ Apartments)
  • Downtown hosted a record 10-million visitors in 2016

Click here to download the full report. For questions, or to request a printed copy, contact Marc Conte, Director of Research and Planning, at or (614) 591-4507.

Pearl Market Vendor Applications Open
Set in the middle of the hustle and bustle of downtown Columbus, Pearl Market offers a unique opportunity for people downtown to purchase farm-fresh produce, baked goods, specialty foods and drinks, health and beauty products, cards and small gift items, arts and crafts, home décor, fashion and entertainment items.

Pearl Market seeks to develop a merchant mix that reflects the rich cultural diversity of Central Ohio while encouraging customers to purchase fresh, locally grown produce and other goods. The 2017 Pearl Market will operate every Tuesday and Friday from Friday, June 2 through Friday, October 13, 2017. This season, Ohio Farm Bureau members are eligible to one free month of participation in Pearl Market, or Ohio Farm Bureau Members wishing to enroll at the seasonal rate may do so at a reduced cost (on top of already reduced seasonal rates).

To enroll individuals need to simply click here to download the appropriate farmer or merchant application. Payment is NOT due at time of application, and can be held until the individual is enrolled.

Help Make Real Change
Homelessness is on the rise in Columbus, and many people want to help those in need. But did you know that giving to panhandlers is not necessarily the best way to help? Capital Crossroads and Discovery SIDs have developed educational brochures and posters that may help your coworkers and/or customers. If you'd like a supply of materials for your business or office, please contact Lisa Defendiefer at 614.591.4508 or

Have a Ball and Raise Money for Homeless Services
March 16, 4 - 6 p.m.
Pins Mechanical
Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District challenges you to a game of Duckpin Bowling--for a good cause. Build a 4-person team for just $100 entry fee, which includes duckpin bowling and Mikey's Late Night Pizza. Don't want to bowl? Just bring a $25 donation to Pins Mechanical on the event night, and enjoy all the fun. One hundred percent of the proceeds will support Capital Crossroads Homeless Outreach Program. Contact Michelle Chippas at with questions.

Discovery SID Notes

Discovery District Civic Association Meeting
March 9, 7:30 a.m.
Columbus Museum of Art

Columbus State Self-Defense Training Program
Classes are offered on Mondays, 5 - 6:30 p.m. and Thursdays, 8 - 9:30 a.m.
This empowering self-defense training for both men and women combines fitness training and martial arts, and is taught by experienced instructors. You can take one or two classes, or progress through the levels of this free training, learning valuable techniques to keep yourself and others safe. Level One (Grey Shirt) is appropriate for participants with no prior self-defense training. After 20 Grey Shirt classes, you can move on to Level Two (Yellow Shirt). After 20 Yellow Shirt classes, you can move onto to Level Three (Orange Shirt). And after 20 Orange Shirt classes, you can move onto Level Four (Green Shirt). Call 614.287.2083 for more information or email

Traffic Alerts

Arnold Sports Festival Traffic Details
The Arnold Sports Festival comes to Columbus next week, beginning on Thursday, March 2. This large event brings 200,000 visitors to Columbus venues including the Greater Columbus Convention Center, the Ohio Expo Center, the LC Pavilion and the Hollywood Casino. Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians should plan for extra traffic and some delays downtown, especially on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 3, 4 and 5.

For information on transportation options for the event, including parking at the Ohio Expo Center (the fairgrounds), event shuttles, COTA and more see:  Participants and spectators are encouraged to carpool or use COTA and to consider parking at the Expo Center. COTA offers its free CBUS circulator service during the event.
Motorists travellng south on N. 3rd St. behind the Convention Center, especially those taking the ramps from I-670 to Southbound N. 3rd St., are advised to be alert for shuttle buses entering and exiting at the Convention Center ramp during the festival.

Pump and Run Closures
The Arnold Pump and Run and 5K Run are scheduled for Sunday morning, March 5, beginning at 9 a.m. Expect rolling closures and watch for pedestrians along the route below through about 11:30 a.m.
  • Stages at N. High St. at Goodale St.
  • Goes south to Nationwide Blvd.
  • West to N. Front Street/Park St.
  • North to W. 1st Ave.
  • West to Dennison Ave.
  • South to W. Goodale St.
  • East to Park Street/N. Front St.
  • South to Vine St.
  • West to Convention Center Dr.
  • Loops south and around Convention Center Drive to E. Goodale St. to the Greater Columbus Convention Center
Enhanced COTA Service to Come
COTA has announced that they plan to launch their enhanced service beginning May 1. Through community input and transit expertise, COTA has redesigned its entire system, to modernize it to meet current needs, which have changed greatly since COTA's inception in 1974. The Transit System Redesign will result in more efficient, more direct and more frequent connections to jobs and other destinations throughout central Ohio.

News and Notes

Columbus Commons Voting
Columbus Commons movies are a summer favorite, and they want to know what flicks you and your family would like to see this summer. Click here to vote and help make this summer the best yet. If you love the free outdoor fitness classes, you can also weigh in on how you like to work out. You can help decide which classes will be offered during the 2017 season. 

Passport Applications and Photos at the Franklin County Clerk of Courts
Passport applications and photos can be completed at the Franklin County Clerk of Courts "ONE STOP PASSPORT SHOP" on any non-holiday weekday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (no appointment needed). Go to the Clerk's General Division, located on the first floor of the new courthouse at 345 S. High St. You can have your photo taken for a small fee (payable by cash or check). The completed passport application (along with a separate check payable to the US Department of State) is then processed. The entire transaction can be completed in under 20 minutes. For more information and access to the US Department of State's passport application and requirements, visit and scroll down to "Online Resources" block; then click on the PASSPORT photo. 

MORPC RideSolutions Referral Program
It pays to refer. If you refer a new commuter to the vanpool program between February 2017 and December 2017 and that person joins a vanpool, MORPC will reward you with a $25 Amazon gift card. There is no limit to the number of referrals you can submit.

Special Events

Blue Jackets Winter Park
Now through February 26
McFerson Commons (across the street from Nationwide Arena)
The centerpiece of Winter Park returns with an NHL-sized ice rink that is open for public skating, hockey and a variety of community events. The outdoor rink is equipped with bleacher seating for approximately 250 people, a skate rental tent and four heated locker rooms. Public skating sessions are $5 each (skate rental included). A special heated viewing tent is available to watch the skating. Kiddos can also enjoy the Mad River Mountain Kids' Slide. More details are available here.

Think Outside the Brick: The Creative Art of Lego
Now through February 26
Think Outside the Brick is a collaborative project with the Ohio LEGO® User's Group (OhioLUG). An enormous model of Columbus features the return of familiar landmarks and imaginative creations. OhioLUG will also build LEGO models of Pokémon that will be installed in several locations around the Museum. 

Exhibit: X-treme Pupaphobia
Now through February 28
Conversations & Coffee Art Talk, February 23, noon
X-Treme Pupaphobia, the exhibit title, comes from the artist's long-term love for the elusive death/rebirth of puppetry art. Having had his young, pliable brain saturated with the surreal magic images at an early age, he has been addicted to puppetry ever since. Within this exhibit, the artist gives a glimpse into how puppetry and marionettes are ingrained into our popular culture from the 1920s on.

Black History Month: Rosa Parks Children's Art Exhibit
Now through February 28
Ohio Statehouse, Map Room
The 2017 Rosa Parks Children's Art Exhibit, "The Power of One," is a K-third grade student art exhibit sponsored by COTA. The exhibit is the students' artistic expression of how they would change things for the better. Rosa Parks is honored because through her act of courage, she helped make America a better place for all people. Students were asked what would you do if you had a chance...To do a brave thing? A courageous thing? A kind thing? If nothing stood in your way, what would you do to change America and make it a better place for all people?

Exhibit: "the heARTs show"
Now through February 28
Mac Worthington Gallery

Exhibition: Breathe & Bloom
Now through March 17
Artist's Talk: March 17, 3 - 4 p.m.
Fresh A.I.R. Gallery
Fresh A.I.R. Gallery (Artists in Recovery) is presenting Breathe & Bloom, an exhibition by artist Gloria Molyneux. Gloria felt Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) before she knew its name. She experienced mild secondary PTSD growing up from repeatedly hearing her closest loved ones tell stories of war, escape, refuge, and survival. However, she couldn't fully understand until she experienced chaos and tragedy firsthand. Breathe & Bloom is Molyneux's first public visualization of how her brain worked through trauma toward recovery and healing.

Exhibit: Come Along with Me
Now through April 15
OAC Riffe Gallery
Curated by Richard Fletcher, associate professor in the Department of Classics at The Ohio State University, this is the fourth curated collaboration between the Riffe Gallery and Ohio Art League (OAL). The selected artworks represent a range of media from painting, sculpture, photography, video, and site-specific assemblages.
Fletcher has dedicated his recent research and teaching practices to how ancient literature, philosophy, and mythology can be reactivated through contemporary artistic practices. Fletcher asked artists how their experiences shape their artwork, and like the handbooks by ancient philosophers, how their artwork communicates life lessons. Come Along With Me brings together a selection of OAL artists at different phases of their careers and lives.

Exhibition: A Dangerous Woman: Subversion and Surrealism in the Art of Honore' Sharrer
Now through May 21
Columbus Museum of Art
Columbus Museum of Art is proud to present A Dangerous Woman: Subversion and Surrealism in the Art of Honoré Sharrer, the first major assessment of the artist since mid-century. Organized by CMA in partnership with the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the exhibition provides a comprehensive examination of Sharrer's place in American art and reveals the full scope of her significant achievements. A Dangerous Woman includes some 45 paintings, plus associated sketches, prints, photographs, and ephemera from the artist's extensive archive.

Exhibition: Shakespeare in Prague: Imagining the Bard in the Heart of Europe
Now through May 21
Columbus Museum of Art
From the Machiavellian rise and fall of Richard III to the fantastical world of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare in Prague explores the myriad ways stage design in central Europe adapted William Shakespeare's plays. This original exhibition opens February 10, and is organized by CMA and The Ohio State University's College of Arts and Sciences Arts Initiative; the Arts and Theatre Institute, Prague, Czech Republic; and the National Museum, Prague, Czech Republic.

Exhibit: Bodies @ Work: The Art of Ruben and Isabel Toledo
Now through June 18
Columbus Museum of Art
This unique exhibition reveals the creative collaboration of fashion designer Isabel Toledo and artist Ruben Toledo. The artists will transform the Geraldine Schottenstein Gallery into an evocative installation that tells the story of their lifelong partnership in art, design and life, which springs from the complex interplay of two individuals, two aesthetics and the push and pull of their distinctive, yet complementary visions and energy.

Conversations & Coffee: Free Artist Talks
Cultural Arts Center
February 23, Mike Siculan, Creator of Marionettes, Loft Gallery Artist, President of the Columbus Puppetry Guild, "Pupaphobia"
March 2, Kristin and Brynn Burgy, Paranormalists ("The Unseen Are Also Invited")

Evenings with Authors: Christina Baker Kline
February 23, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Columbus Museum of Art
The Thurber House presents No. 1 New York Times author Christina Baker, whose novel, Orphan Train, spent two years on the Times' best-seller list. She visits Thurber House with her follow-up novel, A Piece of the World. Inspired by Andrew Wyeth's mysterious and iconic painting, Christina's World, Kline's newest work is a stunning and atmospheric novel of friendship, passion and art. 

FFN's Date Night 2017
February 24 - 25, 8 p.m.
MadLab Theatre & Gallery
This Valentine's Day, Full Frontal Nudity is back again to tell more stories of love... Your story, your neighbors' story, your parents' story, your podiatrists' story, everybody and anybody's stories of love! How? They don't know. But, as long as there are stories of love to tell, MadLab can tell you they will be making it all up based on your stories. So, once again, it's date night. Tickets are $10, $8 for students and seniors and $6 for MadLab members. 

Brockfort Gallery and Studios
162 N. 6th St.
Grand Opening: February 25
Experience urban renewal at its finest. Blockfort Gallery and Studios has taken a former downtown auto parts store and converted it into a gallery and artist studios. Painters, sculptors, printmakers, designers, performers, organizers and makers come together at Blockfort, just steps from the Columbus College of Art & Design and the Columbus Museum of Art. The space features a gallery at the front, a seating area for collaboration, all the amenities artists need, and clean and bright studios. To learn more about this new spot, click here.

Black History Month: Living History Performances
February 28, noon
Ohio Statehouse Atrium
Visitors will meet first-person interpreters who portray prominent African Americans in U.S. history. Each 45-minute vignette will focus on African-American history will be rich with history, drama and adventure. The programs are presented by "We've Known Rivers," which is a partnership of dynamic storytellers with a passion for history and education. The programs are free and open to the public. The programs will be streamed live by the Ohio Channel. If you or your organization would like to schedule a group to attend a performance, please contact Katie Montgomery at 614/728-3726 or

Scheduled living history performances include:

February 28 - George Washington Williams, by Anthony Gibbs

Beeler Gallery Visiting Artists & Scholars Series: Ryan Mrozowski
February 24, 6 p.m.
Canzani Center Screening Room
Ryan Mrozowski (b. in Pennsylvania, 1981) constructs paintings by means of duplicating, repeating, and inverting the most commonplace of imagery (oranges, polka dots, birds, flowers, grass) in endless variations. Mrozowski observes his subject matter with a playful and satirical distance, isolating the elements of landscape, still life, or narrative situations. In doing so, he negates both the original intent and artificial creation of desire at the core of most constructed picture planes we encounter on a daily basis.

Columbus Symphony Orchestra: Chris Botti
February 25, 8 p.m.
Ohio Theatre
Audience favorite Chris Botti returns to perform with the CSO. Since the release of his 2004 critically acclaimed CD When I Fall in Love, Chris Botti has become the largest selling American jazz instrumental artist. His success has crossed over to audiences usually reserved for pop music, and his ongoing association with PBS has led to four #1 jazz albums, as well as multiple Gold, Platinum, and Grammy Awards.

Making Women Panel
February 25, 4 - 5:30 p.m.
OSU Urban Arts Space
This panel will address the complexities of being an artist and also a woman, sometimes even a woman-artist. The panel will explore how self-identity impacts the studio: the gendered process of emotional labor, the choice of material, and the ever-present perceived role of gender in our work. Panelists include Britny Wainwright, Allison Rose Craver, Melissa Robert Yes and Sarah Goetz. The moderator will be Guisela Latorre. This panel is held in conjunction with the Thesis exhibition.

Subject Matter Series: Russian Winter Festival II
February 28, 5:30 p.m.
Urban Arts Space
Dr. Yana Hashamova, Professor and Chair of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, will present a lecture entitled, "Russian Tsars and Dictators in Russian Culture" in conjunction with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra's March 3-4 Russian Winter Festival II. This event is free and open to the public. You can RSVP here.

Exhibition: Off the Wall
March 1 - 31
Mac Worthington Gallery
The gallery is open Monday - Saturday, noon - 6 p.m., and admission is free. 

Exhibition: Into the Labyrinth
March 3 - 31
Opening Reception: March 3, 5 - 9 p.m.
R.A.W. Gallery, 112 E. Main St.
Into the Labyrinth is a solo exhibition of new works by Columbus artist JT Thompson, exploring Geometric Surrealism, a style that employs highly abstracted views and shifting light sources to build mysterious, intriguing spaces. In his work, perspective is played with through overlapping layers and scale, simultaneously creating the illusion of physical space, and breaking it. Gallery hours are by appointment. For additional information contact JT Thompson at 614.778.2666 or, or R.A.W. Gallery at 614.223.1430

Happy Birthday, Ohio!
March 5, 12 - 3 p.m.
Ohio Statehouse Atrium
Ohio became the 17th state to join the Union on March 1, 1803. Celebrate Ohio's birthday with family-friendly activities such as art projects, Ohio trivia, special tours, video presentations, a statehood exhibition, and birthday treats. Ohio fun for everyone.

Whiskey Tasting
March 10, 6 - 9 p.m.
Park Street Cantina
Join Columbus Underground for a night of Whiskey sampling, with over 100 different types of whiskey to choose from. Choose from a Taster tickets for $20 (includes access to the event at 6 p.m. plus eight tasting tickets, each good for one sample) or a Connoisseur ticket for $30 (includes eight regular tasting tickets and two connoisseur tickets that can be used for top tier event exclusive whiskeys; plus exclusive access at 5 p.m. with time to talk to brand reps to be first in line for samples). Root 23 will be joining the fun by sampling out their locally produced simple syrups. Park Street Cantina will also have their main bars open for guests to purchase full sized drinks. 

Want more Event info?
For a comprehensive listing of events, visit Experience Columbus at

Restaurant and Retail Reminders

For a complete listing of downtown restaurants, visit the website

Hills Market Pop-Up Restaurants
Hot Diggity Dog Pop-Up on Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Enjoy an All Ohio Beef 1/4lb. hot dog, split and griddled and served with a dill pickle spear and a healthy serving of Gold N Krisp potato chips for just $4.99.
Smash Burger Pop-Up on Thursdays, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Enjoy a delicious smash burgers: two all beef patties smashed together with your choice of cheese and pickles, topped with lettuce, tomato and onion and served hot with a side of Gold N Krisp potato chips, also for $4.99. 

#ThirstyThursday Happy Hour
February 23, 5 - 7 p.m.
Hills Market Downtown
Spend your #ThirstyThursday with The Hills Market Downtown. For just $10, get one pint from their growler bar and a bottomless bowl from our tater tot bar.  

Bloody Mary Bacon Brunch
February 25, 9 a.m. - noon
Hills Market Downtown
Come enjoy a spectacular, unusual Bloody Mary (topped with grilled cheese? topped with meatballs?) with a serving of bacon and a homemade biscuit. If you need a vegetarian or gluten-free option, email for more information. 

$15 Fridays
March 3, 6 - 8 p.m.
Hills Market Downtown
$15 Fridays return this March. Celebrate spring's impending arrival with Hills' monthly Friday night wine tasting!. There will be plenty of wine to satisfy any taste buds, and tasty appetizers as well. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door; you can purchase them here.

Buckeye Bourbon House
36 E. Gay St.
The new Buckeye Bourbon House is now open on Gay St. Stop in for your choice of over 40 bourbon choices, bourbon cocktails, bourbon beer and more. You can also find a variety of craft beers and wines, plus small plates.

Studio 33 Salon & Spa Obagi Stock-Up Sale
This week, through February 25, enjoy Studio 33's Obagi Stock-Up Sale (excludes Tretinoin and Regenica). The more your purchase, the more you save. Save 15 percent when you purchase two products or 20 percent when you purchase three or more. If you can't stop in, you can call them at 614.228.2991 and make your purchase over the phone. You can also save $25 on Regenica through February 25, including the Regenica Repair Complex, Regenica Replenishing Creme and the Rejuvenating Dual Serum.

Sip & Shop
Every Saturday, 1 - 3 p.m.
Hills Market Downtown
Head to Hills for the best deal in town. Enjoy four samples of wines chosen by Hills' wine director for just $1.

Alley Restaurants Remain Open During Construction
Despite ongoing construction in the Pearl and Lynn alleys, the wonderful restaurants that line the area are open and would love to have your business. Be sure to visit Jack's Diner, Si Senor Sandwiches & More, El Arepazo, Ringside, Cafe Napolitana and Olivers and enjoy some fabulous nosh.

Platform Beers
408 N. Sixth St.
Platform Beers' Columbus location is now open, offering everything from new American styles to experimental sours and barrel-aged beers.They offer a rotating food menu with different guest chefs offering delicious nosh. The taproom is open Monday - Thursday, 3 p.m. - midnight; Friday, 3 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. - 2:30 a.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. You can read more here.

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It's almost here... A Date 2 Remember... our big social fundraiser... this Saturday! It's a night of philanthropy, fun, food, fashion and more, with all proceeds to benefit charity.
Walk the red carpet, stop by the Hollywood photo area, bid on a silent auction package, play "spin the bottle" for charity, or grab a drink with friends. Then take your seats inside the ballroom as we begin our Hollywood-themed evening for charity, with emcee Karina Nova, and a cast of YP characters performing in our original show, "The Production."
If you're looking for an evening of glitz, glamour and giving, you definitely don't want to miss A Date 2 Remember on Saturday at Hollywood Casino! Nearly 500 tickets have already been sold and it promises to be a high-energy experience for everyone.
Join us for A Date 2 Remember »

PLUS: Upgrade your membership to Premium for $25 in February and you'll receive a $15 gift card to Studio 614 (paint n' sip class), a free lunch from City BBQ, and ongoing CYP Club event discounts and benefits for the next 12 months!
2/25 - A Date 2 Remember 2017
A Date 2 Remember is an exciting evening of philanthropy, food, entertainment, and fun. Join us this year for the glitz and glamour of Classic Hollywood at Hollywood Casino. ATTEND THIS EVENT »
3/2 - YP Networking Night at Saks Fifth Avenue
Join fellow YPs at an after-work mixer for members and friends. You'll network over complimentary drinks, food, and music (co-hosted by Saks Fifth Avenue at Polaris Fashion Place). ATTEND THIS EVENT »
3/8 - March Member Mixer at Hadley's Bar & Kitchen
Be social and meet other young professionals at our monthly member mixer. There will be plenty of networking and socializing as we host at downtown's newest bar and kitchen! ATTEND THIS EVENT »
What's a Premium Membership?
Upgrade your membership to premium during February and you'll be rewarded with a $15 gift card to Studio 614 (paint n' sip class), a free lunch or dinner from City BBQ, and a lot more! LEARN MORE »
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CYP Club Cares (#cypclubcares) is an initiative where we aim to increase our community impact and volunteer efforts across the city. JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP »
2/28 - Volunteer with Goodwill Dublin
We're hosting a group volunteer activity with Goodwill to help them prepare for a new retail store opening in Dublin. After we serve, we will move to a local bar for socializing. VOLUNTEER WITH US »
3/25 - Volunteer for KickButt Columbus
We'll be cleaning up trash, cigarette butts, and recyclable items around the city's highway ramps. VOLUNTEER WITH US »
4/21 - Volunteer at the Community Shelter Board
We'll be serving meals at the Community Shelter Board's Van Buren Center. VOLUNTEER WITH US »
Spring and Summer Sports Leagues!
Upcoming CYP Club sports leagues have been announced and include soccer, bowling, sand volleyball, softball, ausball, and flag football. VIEW ALL LEAGUES »
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