To Do in Columbus this Weekend (Nov. 3-5)
It’s Friday, so it must be time to review some of the things going on in Columbus this weekend. It looks like it will be unseasonable warm but wet on Sunday—a perfect day to visit AMAZE Escape Games or catch Crew FC on TV. Whatever you end up doing this weekend, I hope it’s a great one!
Christmas Ale Tapping & Barley’s 25th Anniversary
This year’s tapping is extra special because it is also Barley’s 25th year in business! As always, they’ll be tapping their traditional Christmas Ale, with none other than Columbus’ own former Mayor Coleman as guest tapper! And if the spirit of the event has you inquiring about more info on great craft beer, you’re in luck, because local author Curt Scheiber will be speaking about his book, “Columbus Beer: Recent Brewing and Deep Roots”, and offering some issues for sale.
Chris Stapleton is at Nationwide Arena, featuring special guests Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb.
People with complex, chronic illnesses such as Parkinson’s benefit from an interdisciplinary health care team. This can include physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, and other specialists practicing complementary therapies. Come learn about your therapy options and how to utilize them.
Extra Life: 24-Hour Board Game Marathon for Children’s Hospital
Saturday 11am – Sunday 11am
The Beers and Board Games Club of Columbus is hosting their 3rd annual 24-hour gaming event to benefit Nationwide Children’s Hospital on November 4 at Four String Brewing’s West Side Production Facility – and Four String Brewing Company will be donating $1 from every beer sold!
Ohio State Football at Iowa
The Buckeyes play unranked Iowa in Iowa City. Catch the game on ESPN.
Columbus Crew at New York Red Bulls
The Crew visits the Red Bulls to play the second leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinal. Columbus won the first leg 4-1, giving them a commanding lead heading to New York. The Red Bulls have to win by 4 goals in order to advance to the Conference Final. Watch the game on ESPN.