The “Flights of Honor” exhibit includes hundreds of photos and a number of videos from the 13 days of flights that took 3,466 veterans to Washington, D.C. to see their memorials.
The Oak Ballroom is a historic building in Schuyler, Nebraska constructed with dozens of native oak trees hauled to the building site from the nearby Platte River using horse and buggies. A Works Progress Administration project it was completed in 1937. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was designed by Nebraska architect Emiel J. Christensen.Native rock is used for the walls and the ballroom is at the entrance to Community Park on the Mormon Trail. Chuck Hagel recalled attending dances at the ballroom and a fight at the locale.
Join us for our “All Things Blooming” Spring Open House Thursday, March 4th 11-7pm, Friday March 5th 11-5:30pm and Saturday March 6th 10-4pm! Gift with purchases while supplies last, refreshments, DIY Demonstrations and more. Grab a friend and head to the lil’ shop on #13thstreetagain!
Add a bit of Easter Joy to your home! Select from a stunning, shimmery “He Lives” cross or cute chicken peeking out of an egg. Class begins at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 4, in the Artzy studio. Both projects are $25. Pre-registration and payment are needed to reserve your seat. Give us a call at 402-606-4600 or stop by Artzy!
Encounter God in a different way this Lent. Join us on Thursday evenings for music, adoration, prayer and Benediction. Jesus is calling, will you allow him into your heart?
We will livestream each event; link will be shared in the event when it is available
For event info call 402-564-1845
We have a super fun program to promote for March 6 of this year! Please help us spread the word. We will have plenty of room at the Friedhof Building to spread out. Thank you!
March 6, Saturday, at 2pm at Friedhof Building sponsored by the Columbus Public Library:
“Songs & Stories of the American West” by Kerry Grombacher and Aspen Black
Two troubadours are riding into Columbus for a special afternoon of contemporary western music and poetry at the Friedhof Building (1270 27 Ave.), sponsored by the Columbus Public Library on Saturday, March 6th. Kerry Grombacher and Aspen Black will perform their “Songs & Stories of the American West” concert at 2 p.m. Their work draws vivid portraits and tells fascinating stories that are set in the Western landscape, where they’ve worked and traveled with cowboys and Indians, ranchers and rodeo riders, outfitters and chuck wagon cooks, and lawmen and lawbreakers. Kerry and Aspen, both successful solo artists, have worked together as a duo since 2014, performing nationwide for arts councils, private concerts, festivals, museums, and libraries. Their songs are influenced by the English ballad tradition, the string-band music of Aspen’s Appalachian home, and the corridors of the desert southwest, where Kerry has lived and worked. Bring your whole family to experience learning about the American West in a fun and exciting way.
Call 402-564-4214 for more info.