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Exhibit Columbus
Aug. 21- Nov. 28
Exhibit Columbus, a temporary, public art showcase, will celebrate the design legacy of Columbus, Indiana with 2021's theme, New Middles: From Main Street to Megalopolis, What is the Future of The Middle City? This free and public event will inspire you to explore, play, think and reflect on this remarkable place.
Exhibit Columbus -Opening Day
Saturday, Aug. 21
Opening Day includes guided tours, special panel discussions and live music at Mill Race Park. All are free and open to the public. Learn more and plan your day. Details below.
Exhibit Columbus - Next Generation Day
Saturday, Aug. 28
This family-fun experience is an exciting and interactive way to explore the Exhibition. A free "passport" will guide your exploration through a scavenger hunt-type game. Prizes will be awarded to accomplished explorers that day.
Ethnic Expo - Chinese
Saturday, Aug. 28
Saturday, Aug. 28 is the second of four events in the Ethnic Expo Series. Join us downtown at the Chinese Expo to sample traditional foods, music and art as you explore the Chinese culture. The vibrant and uplifting Chinese Lion Dance will complete the day's immersive experience.
Movies in the Park - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Saturday, Aug. 28

Swing in with your family to Mill Race Park with a blanket and popcorn. The movie, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse begins at 8 p.m.


Yacht Rock Revue
Saturday, Sept. 4
Yacht Rock Revue Columbus natives Nick Niespodziani and Peter Olson will headline this free 35th Annual concert, on Saturday, Sept. 4, Labor Day weekend. Touring nationally, this band plays cover versions of 70s and 80s pop rock hits. Opening the show will be local favorite, 40 Years of College.
PUBLIC ART SHOWCASE, EXHIBIT COLUMBUS, OPENS AUGUST 21

From August 2012 through November 28, 2021, Exhibit Columbus will celebrate the unique design legacy of Columbus, Indiana with the theme, New Middles: From Main Street to Megalopolis, What is the Future of The Middle City? Thirteen public art...

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