Monday Nov 20 @ 10:00 AM
Our Village Turkey Hand Print Keepsake
FIT4MOM Columbus North – Let's create a Thanksgiving keepsake of your little one's handprint following our morning Stroller Strides class. Just bring your little one along and we will provide all the rest! ***We wil be doing this craft after BOTH Monday classes, Polaris Fashion Place or The Shops at Worthington Place. Looking for a supportive, caring coummunity of moms and little ones? Join us anytime! Our Village events are FREE and open to the public. We would love to meet YOU! Bring a friend to join you! Our playgroups are appropriate for ages 5 and younger.
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Carach Angren, Lost Society at Alrosa Villa
Columbus Events Group LLC – Columbus Events Group LLC Presents: Carach Angren Lost Society + wsg GOATMILL / Church ALROSA VILLA November 20, 2017 Doors 6PM ALL AGES Tickets $15 adv - $19 dos $3 door charge for under 21 On Sale Now: ticketf.ly/2xmPqw2
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Lucky's Market Columbus – Join us for a sampling of some wines from multiple varietals!
Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
Youth Hostel / Headrush / Bonehead / Dogbite at Double Happiness (11/20)
Double Happiness – YOUTH HOSTEL HEADRUSH BONEHEAD DOGBITE DOUBLE HAPPINESS 482 S. FRONT ST. FREE / 7:00 PM DOORS / ALL AGES come say your goodbyes to Double happiness as it will be closing it's doors this month. this is one of the last shows happening there and is apart of a series of free gigs. check them all out.
Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
$10.25 Series Featuring Alex Lahey
Big Room Bar – ADV TIX AVAIL HERE-->https://bigroombar.thundertix.com/events/114417 $10.25 Series Featuring: ALEX LAHEY “I’m just some random from Melbourne.” Alex Lahey likes to keep it real. The 24-year-old Australian musician takes her rise up the ranks from music student to ‘an artist with one of the most highly anticipated debut albums of 2017’ in her stride. Lahey sees her life as ordinary: “I fall in love, I have a family, I go out with my friends, I like to have a drink.” However, most people can’t distil those universal experiences into wry, punchy indie-rock songs - three minute odes to millennial angst and all the complicated feelings that come with it. Alex Lahey can. ‘Love You Like A Brother’ is proof. Born and raised in Melbourne, Lahey initially studied jazz saxophone at university but unimpressed with “learning music in such a regimented way” she switched to an arts degree (see her ‘B-Grade University’ EP for more details). Her tenure with cult music collective Animaux allowed Lahey the musical anarchy she yearned - hell, she booked the band their first gig before they’d even prepared a single song. Lahey stepped out on her own once she began to write songs that didn’t fit Animaux’s party space. Songs that were inspired the two people she considers the greatest songwriters of all time, Dolly Parton and Bruce Springsteen. Songs that got her noticed at a local industry conference and scored her a solo management deal. Lahey had graduated. The ‘Love You Like A Brother’ album drops fresh off the back of Lahey’s breakthrough in 2016. Last year her ‘You Don’t Think You Like People Like Me’ single was inescapable and landed her a spot in Australian radio network triple j’s prestigious Hottest 100 of 2016. The song’s universal tale of rejection took Lahey global - its message, she says, is the flipside of the usual break-up scenario: “Yeah, you’re right. It’s not me. It IS you.” And that no-shit-taken attitude is the backbone of ‘Love You Like A Brother’. From the stomping title track ‘Brother’ to the gently moving ‘Money’, Lahey’s debut long-player tells it like it is. The album found Lahey back in the studio with production partner, and one-half of Holy Holy, Oscar Dawson (Ali Barter, British India). The pair pushed each other to create an intimate sonic experience that comprises scuzzy guitars thrumming over pop melodies, helmed by Lahey’s unfussy but arresting vocals. The album’s songs traverse the everyday themes of family, heartbreak and identity. Lacey tells her stories with character… and dry humour – “I’ve figured it out,” she sings in ‘Awkward Exchange’, “you’re a bit of a dick” – but there are also moments of darkness. In ‘Taking Care’ she muses, “I’ve gained weight and I drink too much, maybe that’s why you don’t love me as much.” ‘Taking Care’ was written after Alex had an eye-opening conversation with her mother. “I was seeing someone who I knew wasn’t treating me well, and chose to ignore it, and I think my mum had picked up on it as well. She just said to me at the end of the conversation, ‘Alexandra, whatever you do, just make sure that you take care of yourself’.” The poignant ‘Backpack’ is a tribute to Lahey’s latest relationship, and the unsure start it got off to. “When we first started going out, they warned me about how they’re really flighty, and I was like, ‘I just want you to stay. And I don’t know if you are.’ It’s just saying it’s hard to hold someone down if they’re always thinking about the next place that they’re going to. It’s hard to give someone a hug when they’re walking away. And sometimes it’s good to chase them down and be like, ‘Hey, I’m here.’” And, in case the album’s title hadn’t given it away already, there’s a track for her brother too. “We don’t get a choice/So let’s stick together,” screams Lahey in ‘Brother’. That angsty love you’re hearing is easily explained by Lahey, “My brother and I clashed for a long time, and then all of a sudden as adults, we’re really close. I feel like this song is my gift to him.” The themes of Alex Lahey’s album might be universal, but it’s the unique approach she takes unpacking them that’s earned her millions of Spotify streams, buzz-worthy showcases at SXSW and festival sets alongside the likes of Flume, The Kills, At The Drive-In and James Blake as well as guesting on tours with Catfish & The Bottlemen, Tegan & Sara and Blondie. w/ DUDE YORK Dude York’s Sincerely opens with a blast—the massive opening chords of “Black Jack,” a squealing track that blends the swagger of glam with the heavy riffing and ringing hooks of arena rock. The Seattle-based trio—Peter Richards on guitar and vocals, Claire England on bass and vocals, and Andrew Hall on drums—is announcing itself with an album that couches its themes of anxiety and eroding mental health in rock tracks that amp up the sweetly melodic crunch of powerpop with massive distortion and bashed-to-heck drums. Sincerely is a loud, sweaty rebuke to those moments in life when it seems like nothing’s working, a testament to the power of friendship, staring problems directly in the face, and finding solace in art. Richards, England, and Hall have been through a lot during their four years of playing together, and tracks like the speedy, dark “Paralyzed,” the Creedence-echoing “Twin Moons,” and the frustrated yet ebullient “Something in The Way” combines lyrics that play on the trio’s travails with jumpy, riff-heavy distorto-pop. England handles lead vocal duties on the zinging kiss-off “Tonight” and the slowly grinding “Love Is,” the first time she’s done so on a Dude York record. “Times Not on My Side,” an intimate farewell note sung atop jangling acoustic, caps the album. A first pass at a home-recorded version of Sincerely led to the band being told that there was “drywall in every piece of [the record],” says Hall, and they had to go back to the drawing board. Longtime Sleater-Kinney and Bikini Kill producer John Goodmanson and JR Slayer (aka The Blood Brothers’ Cody Votolato) helped Dude York craft a record that captured the energy of their live show while finding new ways to expand upon its ideas. The band’s thoughtful approach to putting together Sincerely’s songs echoes the album’s overarching themes of almost-punishing inward focus. "I feel like it’s about losing perspective—a spiraling-inward perspective despite what may be ready support networks around you,” adds Richards. “It’s like, ‘I don’t need anybody’s help. I should be able to do this myself, because it’s just, like, living.’” Bringing England’s straightforward drawl into the mix underscores that idea, and its contrast to Richards’ excited yelp heightens the tension on Sincerely, a chaotic, yet ultimately triumphant album that’s a vital tonic for these increasingly confused times. “Your back’s against the wall,” says Richards, “so all you can do is fight.” w/ MONTEZUMA Art Rock outfit from Columbus featuring past and present members of Fingers, Turtle Island, Brujas del Sol, and Mentalease. http://www.surfingthevoid.com 8 PM DOORS 9PM SHOW $10.25 ALL AGES
Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 9:00 PM
Punk Rock Karaoke! Every Monday at Spacebar!
Spacebar – Punk Rock Karaoke at Spacebar! The best damn karaoke night in Columbus! $2 PBR tall boys all night! 9pm - 2am
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 12:00 PM
Creating Safe Space
Ohio Conference United Church of Christ – The frightening church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas may have you and your church contemplating some very challenging questions -- What do we do about weapons in our sanctuary? What is our emergencey reponse? What is the right response to the fear, anger and anxiety in our world? Gather in this FREE videochat with other church leaders and representatives from the Insurance Board to gain more resources for creating policies and practices that serve as a faithful reponse to your church's safety. Simply click this link from a computer with a webcam and microphone/speakers: https://zoom.us/j/4223990435. (You may need to download a small piece of software if this is the first time you’re using Zoom.) If you already have the Zoom app on your computer or if you’re on a tablet or phone, you can join using the Zoom.us app and Meeting ID: 4223990435. You can also call using your phone by dialing (408) 638-0968 or (646) 558-8656, then dialing in Meeting ID: 422 399 0435 Co-sponsored by the Indiana-Kentucky and the Ohio conferences UCC. ALL are welcome!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 6:00 PM
Free Deer Processing Workshop in Findlay
Your Wild Ohio - Hunter – Outdoor enthusiasts interested in learning to field dress and butcher a white-tailed deer are encouraged to attend a free informational workshop on Tuesday, November 21st. The workshop will be held from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the ODNR Division of Wildlife District Two Headquarters, located at 952 Lima Ave., Findlay, 45840. The workshop is free of charge, but preregistration is required by November 17, as space is limited: http://ow.ly/9doO30gkJfv
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 6:30 PM
Beat Michigan & Food Drive Workout
Improvement Warrior Fitness – It’s that time of year again! Be Extra Thankful! (You should be thankful everyday) and BEAT MICHIGAN!!!! Join us for the 8th annual Food Drive and Beat Michigan Workout set for: Tuesday, November 21 @ 6:30 p.m. Hilliard Studio | 4601 Leap Ct.,Hilliard, OH 43026 Come out and enjoy this free, festive Columbus tradition workout. Your ticket in is a canned food item. The more you bring the better. All fitness levels are welcome. All exercises are based off of interval training, so it is time based so you do what you can. Plus it’s for a good cause- the local food pantry! Wear your favorite Ohio State gear and bring a friend or two or three!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
Counterfeit Madison Vinyl Release Party
Wexner Center for the Arts – Counterfeit Madison is the musical manifestation of Columbus resident Sharon Udoh. A versatile artist, her funky-yet-classical piano playing and gospel-tinged voice—punctuated by the occasional burst of ecstasy—make for an experience that surpasses genre in the warmest, most welcoming of ways. Check out her magnetic onstage presence and poignant songwriting at this local release party for her second full-length album, Opposable Thumbs (Anyway Records). Counterfeit Madison will be joined by fellow Columbus-based artists Correy Parks, Mary Lynn, and Corbezzolo on this evening that will give you goosebumps, a soulful two-step, and everything in between.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
Beer & Hymns November
Barley Hopsters – Beer and Hymns. If these are two things that you love, or a combination that piques your interest or at least your curiosity, then mark your calendars for Tuesday, Nov. 21, when we'll hold the first Delaware Beer & Hymns at Barley Hopsters. It's as straightforward as it sounds. We'll gather at the bottle shop and enjoy a craft beer while joining our voices in singing church songs.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
FFFR Dash + Dine
Fleet Feet Sports Columbus – Join us every Tuesday at our Fleet Feet + FrontRunner Worthington store for our Dash + Dine! Every Tuesday we head out at 7pm for a short run, followed by tasty food and beverage at our friendly neighborhood restaurants at the Worthington Mall! Run is free and fun for everyone of all abilities!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 8:00 PM
Columbus Crew SC vs. Toronto FC
Columbus Crew SC – There is a delivery delay for all orders that will lift November 6th at 5:00 PM. Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Sun, 5 Nov 2017 at 07:30 PM
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 8:00 PM
Mill Street Blues: CD Release Show
Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza and Live Music – Help celebrate the CD Release of Mill Street Blues, an acoustic trio deeply rooted in blues, who recently recorded their all original debut album. The band, Brian Peters (vocals,harp,guitar), John Henry (vocals, guitar, bass), Andre Scott (cajon), managed to blend their many influences and real life experiences into a unique sound & style that fits somewhere between old country & new blues. Life is a song, music is a conversation and Mill Street Blues speaks a language that everyone can understand. So join the conversation... you're gonna like what you hear!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 9:00 PM
Future Nuns / Nuclear Moms / Cosmic Family at Double Happiness (11/21)
Double Happiness – FUTURE NUNS NUCLEAR MOMS COSMIC FAMILY DOUBLE HAPPINESS 482 S. FRONT ST. FREE / 8:00 PM DOORS / ALL AGES come say your goodbyes to Double happiness as it will be closing it's doors this month. this is one of the last shows happening there and is apart of a series of free gigs. check them all out.
Wednesday Nov 22 - Nov 26 @ 9:00 AM
88 Keys will be Closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday
88 Keys Music Studio and Rock Academy – 88 Keys Music Studio will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday Enjoy this day with your families and Thank You for your business!
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 5:00 PM
Burn & Earn Friendsgiving
TITLE Boxing Club Grandview – We're hosting the 1st Annual Burn & Earn Friendsgiving, Wednesday NOV 22-- a 75-minute class at 5pm with Angel, Sarah, and your TITLE fam. You'll BURN during class & EARN some grub, at Bar 145 - Columbus -- $15 for a private buffet PLUS 1 TITLE specialty drink! There will be LIVE entertainment and giveaways at Bar 145 all night! Open to MEMBERS and NONMEMBERS-- Bring your friends, but you MUST RSVP for class! *Limited to 50 spots at TITLE Hand wraps $10. Glove rental $5. RSVP required for class only. Pay for buffet at Bar 145 (gratuity not included)
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 5:00 PM
We're Thankful for Homestead Beer
Homestead Beer Company – Tap Takeover
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 6:00 PM
Community Happy Hour
Land-Grant Brewing Company – Join the Grange Insurance Audubon Center for a Community Happy Hour at Land Grant Brewing Company. We all know that birds need clean water, but so do breweries for delicous beer. Join us as we try to raise some money for birds and the water we share in the Scioto River! 20% of the taprooms proceeds will be directed towards the Grange Insurance Audubon Center's Conservation Education programs.
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 7:00 PM
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Calgary Flames
Nationwide Arena – Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 18 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM Full & Partial PSL Holders Presale : Thu, 10 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM Premium Seat Holders Presale : Thu, 10 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM Non-PSL Partial & CBJ Sponsor Presale : Fri, 11 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM Flag Bearer & CBJ Text Database Presale : Mon, 14 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM TM-USA Hockey-Cleveland Monsters Presale : Tue, 15 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM Schottenstein & Nationwide Presale : Wed, 16 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM