COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — From the Blue Jackets and comedy shows at the Funny Bone to BalletMet and the Columbus Children’s Theatre, here are things to do this weekend.
QPOC by Kaleidoscope Youth Center: Feb. 9
The center is hosting activities through its Queer People of Color group for youth ages 12 to 20. The discussion and peer group is a space for queer and trans youth of color to gather and share their experience.
Kaleidoscope Youth Center – 603 E. Town St. Details. 5 p.m.
Mitchell Tenpenny’s “This is the Heavy” tour: Feb. 10
Country pop singer Mitchell Tenpenny is coming to Columbus with special guest Tyler Braden.
Kemba Live – 405 Neil Ave. Tickets. 7 p.m.
Blue Jackets vs. Maple Leafs: Feb. 10
The Columbus Blue Jackets face the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Nationwide Arena – 200 W. Nationwide Blvd. Tickets. 7 p.m.
Anthony Rodia at the Funny Bone: Feb. 10 and 11
Comedian Anthony Rodia is coming to Columbus for three performances.
Funny Bone – 145 Easton Town Center. Tickets. Times vary.
BalletMet’s “Dorothy and the Prince of Oz”: Feb. 10-12
The ballet inspired by the events after 1939’s “The Wizard of Oz” is returning to Columbus this weekend for six performances.
Ohio Theatre – 39 E. State St. Details. Times vary.
“The Spongebob Musical”: Feb. 10-19
Columbus Children’s Theatre production of “The Spongebob Musical” is kicking off this weekend.
Lincoln Theatre – 769 E. Long St. Tickets. Times vary.
Columbus Cultural Orchestra: Feb. 12
This pop-up concert featuring the Columbus Cultural Orchestra honors Black history.
Columbus Museum of Art – 480 E. Board St. Details. 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Where to celebrate Black History Month in central Ohio
From the Columbus Museum of Art and the Gateway Film Center, many organizations are hosting events celebrating Black History Month. Find an event near you here.
For more events, view NBC4’s community calendar.