Happy Thanksgiving! We at ColumbusUnderground are thankful for all of you wonderful readers, our fantastic contributors, and for the wonderful support from our advertisers. We know you have a choice where you go to find out what’s going on in Columbus and where to spend your advertising dollars and we are happy that you choose to do it with us. Thank you and have a wonderful holiday!
If you aren’t preparing a meal or are worn out and what something else for dinner, there are some restaurants open that would love your business. You can also go to the movies. Take some time to work on your fox softie for Sew to Speak’s contest. Get entered to win a gift card to Sugardaddy’s. Have you tried OYO’s bourbon? Or Jeni’s hot cocoa? The Columbus Museum of Art is sponsoring our Holiday Shopping Guide again for 2012, did you see our first issue?
Go see A Christmas Carol through Sunday. Do your Black Friday shopping locally. Did you know that Columbus had a hand in getting Black Friday going? Get a post holiday workout at Body Pure Pilates. Watch Bowling Green take on Buffalo in the first NCAA Division I Football Game at Crew Stadium. Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill has a reunion party for the 2002 OSU champion team. See White Christmas at the Ohio Theatre through Sunday. Holiday Hoopla XXI continues Friday and Saturday at Shadowbox Live. The Refectory is doing an encore of their Dine Originals Week menu through Saturday. Adopt a new cat or dog. The Wexner Center is showing My Neighbor Totoro. It’s the final weekend for you to see Short North Stage’s production of The Little Dog Laughed. Global Gallery has Buy Mindfully Day specials going on. CATCO presents The 12 Dates of Christmas, an updated realistic version of Sex & the City.
Lots of local small shops have deals going for Small Business Saturday. Don’t forget about your winter farmers markets! OSU takes on Michigan in the Shoe. Studio 35 has Skyfall. They’ve also got Fritz the Nite Owl with Horror Hotel & the Satanic Rites of Dracula. Shop for an Ugly Sweater at CS Gallery. O-GEE is back at Madrid. Christmas Tree sales begin at The North Market.
As always, Gateway Film Center has The Walking Dead on the big screen. Shadowbox Live opens Scrooge. Going to see Aerosmith at Nationwide Arena? The Kelton House & Museum begins their holiday display on Sunday.
Have a wonderful weekend!