Upcoming Events in Columbia & the surrounding area. For a list of future events visit the Calendar of Events. We list all events for free and don't have a deadline but the longer you are advertising the better exposure you'll get, so by all means send us your event details and we'll post & Twitter it for you. Last time page was updated February 16, 2017 3:22 PM
• Columbia Athletic Club, 5435 Beaverkill Rd, Columbia, MD 410-730-6755
• Columbia Gym, 6151 Daylong Ln, Clarksville, MD 410-531-8984
• Haven on the Lake, 10275 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia, MD 443-864-0557
• Supreme Sports Club, 7080 Deepage Dr, Columbia, MD 410-381-7559
NEW: Kids Dance Fitness!
KidSpace Mbr, FREE
All Others, $8 per child
An exciting way for kids to move and have fun while learning to dance!
Jr. Gym and Swim:
For children ages 3-6 years old
Held Wednesdays 10am to 12pm
Kidspace mbr, Free
All others, $8 per child
Work up a sweat with KidSpace then cool off in the pool. Child must wear bathing suit under clothes. No Swim Diapers. Parents drop off at KidSpace and pick up by the pool.
Columbia Gym KidSpace
KidSpace is an interactive play area within CA’s fitness facilities.
Call Columbia Gym KidSpace to register or inquire about our many ongoing activities and programs!
Columbia Gym 6151 Daylong Lane in Clarksville, 410-531-8984
6 week session begins April 12th
KidSpace/PPP Mbr, $40 per child
All Others, $50 per child
Program geared towards intermediate to elite basketball players. Emphasis on ball control, shooting, dribbling, passing, coordinating and much more!
For more information & registration on any KidSpace program at the Columbia Gym please call 410-531-8984. Registration is required and begins one month prior to each event and closes 2 days prior to the event. Minimum of 5 participants required for each event.
CG KidSpace Columbia Association
Seniors Together Caregiver Support Group
Find support and share the caregiver experience in this group for any adult who provides caregiving to another adult. Group discussion focuses on these and other caregiver needs: practical solutions and resources; emotional support; social networking, and ways for the caregiver to find time away from caregiving. FREE. Trained caregiver facilitators lead the group.
Columbia, MD 21044
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If you have not attended a Connections Over Coffee meeting come and find out why so many women love it! One of the reasons is the heart-centered way we approach our businesses. Women also love the ease of connecting with new women and reconnecting with those we’ve met before. Get details of this meeting by clicking here!!!
While many of the women who attend are entrepreneurs, our meetings are open to all women. Are you retired or have you lost your job and looking for what your “next thing” may be. Let us help make this time of transition easier and more fun! Maybe you’re a stay at home mom looking for some adult connections and a little down time. Come and hang out with us! Students, corporate/government employees, non-profit heads…there is a place at our table for all of you! Thinking of starting a business? Then you definitely want to make these connections.
And…invite your women friends to come with you! Bring your marketing materials to share with others. We will have a space for your materials at this event.
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While many of the women who attend these meetings are entrepreneurs, our meetings are open to all women. Are you retired or have you lost your job and looking for what your “next thing” may be. Let us help make this time of transition easier and more fun! Maybe you’re a stay at home mom looking for some adult connections and a little down time. Come and hang out with us! Students, corporate/government employees, non-profit heads…there is a place at our table for all of you! Thinking of starting a business? Then you definitely want to make these connections.
And…invite your women friends to come with you!
5:30 – 6:15 – Networking/Hotel Buffet (the food is available until 7:30)
615 – 8:30 – Announcements/Introductions/Featured Members/Speaker/Door Prizes
The meeting ends at 8:30. There are more opportunities to network then for those who want to stay.
Bring your marketing materials to share with others. We will have a space for your materials at this event.
OPEN HOUSE: HoCo Homeschooling Co-op
If you've ever thought about homeschooling your child but have questions and don't know where to start, here's your opportunity to learn more about HCHC's cooperative and what we have to offer your family.
4:00-4:30 - Howard County Homeschooling Cooperative
4:30-5:00 - Howard County Homeschooling Cooperative
There will be a Q&A session. Bring friends and family members who may have doubts or questions about homeschooling and learn more about how our cooperative works.
One World Coffeehouse welcomes The McTell Brothers (www.McTellBrothers.com) on Saturday, February 18th, 2017. These fraternal twins troubadours perform Americana, folk, and blues music. Starting music lessons at 7 years old, they made their first live appearance at age 9, and now a decade later, proficient on acoustic and electric guitar, have jammed with some of the top songwriters and guitarists from Nashville, Austin, New York and beyond.
The McTell Brothers recently released their self-titled, debut EP, featuring Grammy-nominated Jen Gunderman (of Sheryl Crow’s band) on keys, Bones Hillman (of Midnight Oil) on bass, and Paul Griffith (touring with Todd Snider) on drums and percussion. The band’s name is homage to legendary bluesman Blind Willie McTell.
Writes musician Sam Pacetti: “In the history of American musical tradition there exists a rich tapestry of innovation and thievery. It’s been said that without thievery, there would be no art since so many musical motifs are borrowed and adapted to create a new sound. Then every so often, something completely novel and unexpected emerges from that background, drawing from the well of experience of those that have come before, yet bringing it together with distinct originality. Enter Jeff and Brian Brown-Hill, fraternal twins who are potentially two of the most talented and unique emerging young artist of the day… Ignore them at your own peril!”
Table seating. Baked goods available for sale. BYOB.
Tickets in advance: $20/$10 youth 18 years & under; Tickets at door $22/$12
Order at: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2794687
Proceeds benefit those in need through the charity outreach of the
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia (UUCC)
Questions? OneWorldCoffeehouse@uucolumbia.net or call 410-381-0097
About the One World Coffeehouse
The One World Coffeehouse started in 1999 with the goal to build a sense of community by presenting an array of artistic and musical talent in a comfortable, family-friendly setting. Evening performances happen the 3rd Saturday of each month in a grand listening room with candle-lit tables. A unique feature of this performance venue is an adjoining glass lobby area from where to see and hear the performance while allowing a restless child to move about, if needed. Please support the Coffeehouse and this good cause by spreading the word and attending!
For additional info, check out: www.facebook.com/oneworldcoffeehouseconcerts
Healthy Relationships and Dating Dangers
February 25, 2017
Oakland Mills Middle School, 9540 Kilimanjaro Road, in Columbia
Join HopeWorks of Howard County and The Council of Elders community Academy for "Healthy Relationships and Dating Dangers," a Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month event.
This session is open to parents and students of all levels. Peer interactions and dating can impact students’ lives. Representatives from HopeWorks, a Howard County Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center, will share characteristics of healthy, unhealthy and abusive relationships involving children.
Separate sessions for all student levels will be held. The session topics are:
“I Can/We Can” (elementary students) and “Is it Love”- focusing on healthy, unhealthy and abusive relationships and dating dangers (middle and high school students).
The event will take place at Oakland Mills Middle School, 9540 Kilimanjaro Road, in Columbia, on Satuday, February 25th from 9am-11:15am.
Driven by the desire to connect people through their brands and journeys, Skye Soiree is an experiential cocktail mixer & networking event where creative, talented & ambitious people come together to mingle, connect and build. As we enter our 7th year in business, Skye Soiree is our way of showing you what Skye Media Group is all about. Our hope is that you’re inspired to build your brand authentically, take risks, and play it big with your business. Start spring off right with us on SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2017! Take a break from all your hard work, meet new friends, grab a bite + sip, & have some fun!
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