Events

Create Columbia hosts both yearly recurring events and occasional one-off events. Those yearly recurring events are listed here. However, to get the very latest information and or last-minute changes, it's always best to check our Facebook page (@createcolumbia).

Sunday / 24 April 2022 / 2-4 pm

The Nanny at the Manor House

A family-friendly storytelling performance by William Hager. Inspired by the classic PL Travers' story, Mary Poppins. A descendant of the Lancaster department store, Hager Brothers, William Hager has amassed an amazing history of his own. A magician, photographer, entertainer, and marketing consultant—he, too, is almost perfect in every way. This special event takes place at Garth Gallery, 22 S. 2nd Street in Columbia. 

Suggested donation: $5

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Saturday / 11 June 2022 / 10 am — 3 pm

Columbia Garden Tour 2022

Is there anything more delightful and satisfying than walking or sitting in a garden? Columbia has more than its share of talented gardeners and this is the perfect way to visit them. We'll have more details as we move closer to the event date.

 

Ticket prices and details to come.

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1 August — 5 September 2022

2nd International  
Postcard Art Exhibit

Our second such exhibition. Create Columbia will invite regional and international artists to submit their original, hand-created postcards. Submissions will be on display at Columbia Crossing in River Park. Viewing hours: Tue-Fri: 10am-5pm / Sat & Sun: 9am-6pm. 

Details to come.

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Summer 2022 / Date & Times to Come

Art in the Park 2022

One of Columbia's long-held traditions. Leisurely stroll the grounds of Locust Street Park, view the artists' and craftspeoples' display. Meet the creators. And, support those who take the time to bring their work to Columbia. Enjoy this one-day gallery under the canopy of Locust trees.

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Sunday / 30 October 2022 / 3 pm — 8 pm

Halloween House Tour 2022

Creepy collectibles in spooky settings. Take a self-guided tour of seven Columbia locations where Halloween enthusiasts share their passion for ghosts and goblins. 

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased the day of the event at the Historic Columbia Market House between the hours of 2:30 and 6 pm. Touring begins at 3 pm and ends at 8 pm.  See how frightfully fun Hallow's Eve can be! 

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