This events calendar should be music to your ears. There are concerts and movies and yoga taking place this week—all in socially distanced settings too.
Enjoy your weekend, Columbus!
Every Tuesday and Friday (Sept. 25 and 29), Pearl Market—The Pearl Market is a farmer’s market full of fresh foods, and it’s open through Oct. 16. Market hours are 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Find it at 31 E. Gay St Columbus, OH 43215. Check out the website for in-person COVID-19 guidelines or to order online at pearlmarket.org.
Sept. 25-27 Glass Pumpkin Patch at Franklin Park Conservatory—The Glass Pumpkin Patch is on display Sept. 25-27 during normal Conservatory hours. There will be an opportunity to view and buy hundreds of beautiful glass pumpkins and autumn-themed items handcrafted by local glass artists during the Pumpkins Aglow Special Engagement Oct. 14-18 and 21-25 from 5-9 p.m.
Sept. 25, Fitness Yoga on the Square—Fitness enthusiasts can enjoy socially distanced, outdoor yoga at Easton Town Center at 8:30 a.m. This is the last time this year they are holding this event.
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Sept. 25-27, CAPA Summer Movie Series—The longest-running classic film series in America wraps up this weekend with showings of silent film “The Kid Brother” accompanied by the Ohio Theatre organist on Friday, Robert Redford and Paul Newman in “The Sting” on Saturday, and Denzel Washington in “Glory” on Sunday. For more information and showtimes, click here.
Sept. 25, The Homeless Families Foundation Thank You Concert—The virtual event will feature a concert and special guests. Registration is free, while proceeds from entering prize drawings will benefit the Homeless Families Foundation. This is the link to register.
Sept. 30, Natalie’s Grandview Outdoor Pavilion—Sirens is coming to the covered space with socially distanced tables at Natalie’s Grandview Outdoor Pavilion where they’ll be playing some of their songs from their highly anticipated new album “Confessions of An Optimist.” You can purchase a table for the event at Natalie’s website.
Oct. 1, Nocterra Run Club—Runners of all abilities (which includes those walking) are meeting Thursdays outside of Columbus Running Company in Powell at 6:15 p.m. to join fellow fitness enthusiasts to travel the couple miles to the finish line at Nocterra, where they can refresh with a beer.