Now that the holidays are behind us and the long winter months are still very much ahead, you might be looking for a few events to help cure your cabin fever. We’ve got you covered! From book clubs to trivia nights and more, there’s plenty of opportunity to fill your calendar and work on your resolutions. As always, let us know your thoughts in the comments. Happy January!
Who doesn’t love bar trivia? Head out to Lucky’s every Thursday for trivia night hosted by Columbus Trivia Challenge.
This monthly event gathers book lovers to discuss the latest titles over a glass of wine at Dalton Union. January’s book is “The Glass Castle” by Jeanette Walls.
Friends of the Library will host their author series with local author Addie J. King on Jan. 15 at Vet’s Memorial. Tickets will be available at the door or at the library.
Show your support for another great local business in Uptown Marysville. The Little Blue Boutique will open Jan 19. with goodies like chocolate, cupcakes and treats, as well as special sales and giveaways.
Personalize your wine bottles with this DIY glass etching class at the library! This class is for adults only and registration is required.
Rock out to some live music as MidLife Crisis makes their return to Lucky’s on Saturday, January 26.
Is improv more your style? Join the Silver Scene Players at The Ville Grille for a hilarious night of improv comedy.
Perfect for kids in Kindergarten through 6th grade, Spy School will teach wanna-be secret agents how to make invisible ink, crack codes, and get past laser security systems.
Does your teen love reading about the heroes and heroines of Greek mythology? Then they’ll love the library’s latest teen mystery night. Participants will solve clues, complete labors and defeat monsters for a chance to be named the mightiest hero of them all.