Yearly Archives

2022

A Morning Dance Party

Ready to dance? Then grab the kids and head over to Rose Park on Sunday for a Kids Disco, a dance party featuring DJ Requiem. This event is meant for both parents and children to enjoy, and is set for 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday at Rose…

Start Your Engines

The Christian Fellowship School is celebrating its 40th anniversary with the first ever Good Knight Car Show. The event is set for 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Bass Pro Shops in Columbia. The free celebration will include…

New Discount Spot Opens

A new discount store is celebrating its grand opening Friday. Tiger Bin, a discount and resale store at 2515 Bernadette Drive, will have its grand opening at 11 a.m. Friday. The new store boasts a wide variety of items from top retailers…

Art in the Park Returns

After a two-year hiatus due to the global pandemic, Art in the Park returns to Columbia this weekend. Originally started in 1959, Art in the Park is now the oldest and largest fine arts festival in mid-Missouri. Set for Saturday and…

Gallery Crawl Set for Friday

With the arrival of June comes First Friday in the North Village Art District. Set for 6-9 p.m. Friday, the free gallery crawl is held on the first Friday of each month, with live music, art and entertainment going on throughout the…

A Laughing Matter

Need a laugh? Then consider a trip to The Blue Note on Wednesday to see that latest event in the CoMo Comedy Club series. Nationally touring comedian Jon Reep will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Blue Note. Reep was the fifth season…

Car Show to Benefit CACC

Automotive enthusiasts can show off their best vehicle, enjoy other fantastic automobiles and help area students study automotive technology all at once at the third annual Car Show this weekend. Columbia Public Schools, in association…

Flash Back to the ’90s

Break out that '90s (or 2000s) gear and head over to Pressed on Saturday for a '90s/'00s Dance Party. Starting at 8 p.m. Saturday, Pressed Rooftop Bar & Lounge is hosting the '90s throwback with music by XSIV Entertainment. Cover is…

CoMo Rocks Opens Doors

Editor's Note: This article was originally published on May 26 and has been updated. A new gym opened in Columbia, offering a new indoor venue for climbing enthusiasts or just those interested in trying it out. CoMo Rocks, 205 E.…

Enjoy A Scenic Ride

Mid-Missouri cyclists are gearing up for this weekend's Pedaler's Jamboree. The annual event offers a weekend of cycling and music throughout mid-Missouri and will begin Saturday morning, with bicyclists leaving from Flat Branch Park at…

Staffing Struggles

As staffing issues continue nearly everywhere, Columbia restaurants are having to make some changes. 44 Stone announced a temporary change to its business hours due to a staffing shortage. The new hours, which effectively cut Tuesday…

Bite into Something New

Love a good burger? While there's already quite a few options for a meaty bite in Columbia, Billiards on Broadway is expanding that selection with new featured burgers. These burgers are not on the regular menu at Billiards, instead…

Taking a Break

Arris' Pizza in Columbia has temporarily closed its doors. The pizza spot on East Green Meadows Road announced on social media that it would be closed from Tuesday, May 24, until Tuesday, May 31. The restaurant, which has locations in…

The Return of a Favorite

Taco fans may want to head to 44 Canteen this weekend for the return of a past favorite. 44 Canteen announced on its Facebook page that it was bringing back its walking steak tacos to the menu, starting Saturday. The walking steak tacos…

Finding Locally Made Goods

Head to the Loop in Columbia on Sunday to find a plethora of locally made goods from area vendors. The Loop Spring Maker Market is set for 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday at the Pop-Up Park at 807 Business Loop East and will feature products from…

Enjoy a Show in the Park

Rose Music Hall will begin its monthly free movies in the park next week with "Almost Famous" showing at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Rose Park. Each month through October, Rose Music Hall will host a free movie in Rose Park where people are…

Get Planting

Ready to garden? If you're still looking for some plants to add, there's two opportunities to do so this weekend. From 9-11 a.m. Friday, the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture will hold a Tomato & Pepper Bucket Giveaway at Central…
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