Come to Historic Columbus' warehouse sale from 10am-4pm Friday, April 25th (members only) and 9am-1pm Saturday, April 26th. Items to be sold include buffets, dressers, mirrors, paintings, chairs, tables, china, vases, Victorian bed, rugs, and more! Click here for more pictures!
Please join Historic Columbus for a day trip to the Decorators' Show House & Gardens. They are going pink at Palazzo Rosa, historically known as the Pink Palace on West Paces Ferry Road in Buckhead.This year designers, who are both locally and nationally recognized, will showcase their individual talents and design styles while incorporating creative trends in this iconic Atlanta home. There will also be a special lecture and book signing by James Farmer, author of "A Time to Plant & Cook". He puts his own twist on traditional southern dishes.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Leaving from the Rankin House
1440 Second Avenue
A special afternoon treat will be a visit to the home of Columbus native Katie Hung Newsom and her husband Sedgie. Their home was featured in the April issue of Traditional Homes Magazine.
Cost is $75 per person. Space is limited so reserve your spot today!
To make reservations, call Callie Hecht at 706-322-0756 or mail a check to P.O. Box 5312, Columbus, GA 31906. Your payment is your reservation.
Help support our new Coca-Cola exhibit and Uptown Marker program by donating to the 2013 Annual Fund! Click here to donate.
Tour historic homes in the Overlook neighborhood while listening to the beautiful music of Columbus State University's Schwob School of Music. Tickets can be purchased Sunday at the Wynn House or any of the Tour Homes.
"Since 1988, the National Trust has used its list of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places to raise awareness about the threats facing some of the nation's greatest treasures. 2012 marks the 25th anniversary of the program, which has become one of the most effective tools to save our country's irreplaceable architectural, cultural, and natural heritage" www.preservationnation.org
To read the full article from the National Trust for Historic Preservation