More German Village News
Same name, same spot, different business
Locally based Seventh Son Brewing Co. will create a taproom inside the vacant Brewery District property at 716 S. High St.
Art show, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Jan. 12 at Gallery 831, 831 S. Front St., Columbus. The German Village Art League will host an artist reception for the "Let it Show" exhibit. The art will be on display through Jan. 25. For details, call 614-449-8144 or visit www.clayspace831.com.
Village Connections has relocated to the German Village Meeting Haus, the well-established community headquarters at 588 S. Third St.
Columbus again has made a top-10 list that leaves some people scratching their heads and, unfortunately, other parts of their body.
If you're like me, tired of the annual resolution to lose a pesky 10-plus pounds each New Year, then Southside STAY has some great opportunities to make a difference in 2017 without stepping on the scale.
A thief ransacked a car between 3:10 p.m. Jan. 3 and 9 a.m. Jan. 4 and made off with a $70 coat and credit card according to Columbus Division of Police incident reports
Relieving congestion is goal
Major improvements are planned for Hamilton Road between Interstate 70 and Refugee Road.
Clayspace, Clay and Coffee, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturdays at 831 S. Front St. Participants create an original work of art with clay, such as a coffee mug or tiles. Clayspace provides instruction, materials and firing, with participants bringing their own coffee. Cost is $40. For reservations, which are requested, call 614-449-8144.
2017 in German Village
The German Village Society will enter 2017 with a fresh approach to brick-sidewalk repair.
Columbus residents will have the opportunity to look deep into the past in 2017.
Columbus City Schools
Dan Good sees 2017 as a year of building, both in terms of education and facilities construction.
There are lots of things that stitch us together as Villagers: the love of city living, an interest in historic preservation, our commitment to being a neighborhood where people take care with each other, and the pleasure we find in having someone who pours coffee or cocktails know just what we mean when we say "the usual."
The choruses of the Germania Singing and Sport Society will present an Epiphany celebration with songs and readings performed in the German language.