Parent & Family Day
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Featuring CSU Homecoming Activities, Athletic Events and much more!
These events are for parents, family members and students!
It will be fun for all ages!
Friday, October 23 - Come the night before and enjoy the festivities!
CSU HOMECOMING PARADE
6:30 p.m. – Uptown Columbus, Broadway
Line up on Broadway and celebrate with students, alumni and the community through a colorful parade.
UPTOWN COLUMBUS' OUTDOOR CONCERT
7:00 p.m. - Stage area is located in the center of 1100 block on Broadway.
Don't miss this popular free Columbus activity fun for all attending and enjoy great music in the midst of all the fun locales on Broadway.
Saturday, October 24
PARENT AND FAMILY CHECK-IN
11:00 a.m. - Walden Soccer Complex
Parking Lot 5 and 7
12:00 p.m. - Walden Soccer Complex
There will be food, music and activities for parents and their students!
LACROSSE CSU vs. POINT UNIVERSITY
2:00 p.m. - Walden Soccer Complex
CSU supporters should wear RED!
OUTDOOR MOVIE SPACE JAM
7:00 p.m. - Woodruff Park - Downtown RiverPark Campus
(Rain Location: Main Campus Davidson Auditorium)
4th Annual EVENING ON THE TOP (Parents ONLY, no students allowed)
7:00 p.m. - City of Columbus Parking Garage
(940 Front Ave., Top Level across from W.C. Bradley Co.)
This annual event is highly anticipated and every year gets bigger and better! Join us for a fun and casual night of dancing, photos and fireworks. Back by popular demand, enjoy Atlanta's Party Nation Band, a photobooth to capture the memories and FIREWORKS! Bring your own food and beverages (Cash bar provided). Parents can register to attend at check-in!
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A TASTE OF COLUMBUS, GA
Check out other things going on this weekend!
Market Days - Saturday from 9am-12pm
Broadway transforms every Saturday morning from April - November from 9am until Noon in the 900, 1000 &1100 blocks. You will find over 150 local vendors selling anything and everything that you can image. The Market features many local and organic farmers selling produce, along with soap vendors, home goods, jewelry vendors and baked goods. Our friends from local shelters and animal rescue groups can be found in the median of Broadway!
Beethoven and Mahler are juxtaposed in two masterpieces that explore the depths of the human soul, from deepest despair to triumphant joy. This concert features four incredible soloists as well as Columbus State University Choral Union, Auburn University Chamber Choir, and LaGrange College Chamber Choir.
6:30 p.m. – Know the Score | 7:30 p.m. – Concert
Bill Heard Theatre, RiverCenter for the Performing Arts
Zombies Escape the Springer Opera House and Invade The Blue Heron Zip Line!
The 2015 Southern Pirate Festival
The National Civil War Naval Museum, which tells the story of the Sailors, Soldiers, and Civilians, both Free and Enslaved as affected by the Navies of the American Civil War, is hosting The 2015 Southern Pirate Festival. The Festival returns to Port Columbus on Saturday, October 24th - 25th , with live entertainment, family activities, cannon firings and pirate reenactors. Live music and entertainment by local and national performers will be presented throughout the day. Patrons can expect storytellers, games, black powder weapons demonstrations, wild animal exhibitions, a pirate treasure hunt, face painting, and much more. Vendors will be on hand offering food, drink and pirate merchandise, and guests can also tour the museum as part of their festival admission.
Halloween Hotel Horror
The Murder Mystery Players are bringing you another dinner theater Show!
Just in time to get you into the Halloween spirit. Awards given for the best customer costume each night. Two audience roles awarded to the most promising actors.
This exhibition presents the more colorful characters of the Chattahoochee Valley, people who were criticized or ostracized for being outside the mainstream or going against dominant power structures. Race, class, gender, and sexuality are the topics of discussion, as well as what it means to "do the right thing." An overarching theme is how we perceive "trouble" and how these troublemakers are sometimes, but not always, seen differently through the long lens of history.