Note: first ride was scheduled for May 24, 2020 but was moved to May 30, 2021 due to COVID-19. Columbus and the National Veterans Memorial & Museum welcome you to join us for the 1st Rolling Thunder Ohio Freedom Ride on May 30, 2021. As you may know, the decision to end the 32 year […]
Learn about non-clinical therapies and how they improve the lives of Veterans who benefit from their services. Rally Point attendees will hear from organizations focusing on equine therapy, meditation and motor sports. Through discussions, these organizations will explain how they provide supportive environments for Veterans to grow, heal, and build community following service.
On Dec. 29, The Columbus Foundation will invite Columbus residents to explore the city for the celebration of its 75th anniversary. A day-long event dubbed “The Big Explore,” free COTA bus rides and admission to six Columbus museums and cultural centers will be available as a “thank you.” “It is the people of this community […]
The National Veterans Memorial and Museum will celebrate its grand opening this weekend on Saturday, October 27. The dedication and grand opening ceremony starts at 2 p.m. and will feature remarks from United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie and a keynote address by General Colin Powell. The ceremony will also feature veterans, military […]
Maybe you’ve noticed the unique building that overlooks Scioto Mile nestled on seven acres between Downtown Columbus and Franklinton? It’s the National Veterans Memorial and Museum (NVMM). Inside this building are stories of sacrifice and bravery, beautifully told by veterans themselves. The NVMM will have the exclusive honor of sharing the journey of our country’s […]