Membership Q1 Event: KTC Buddist Center
Members will hear how the Columbus Karma Thegsum Chöling community returned to Franklinton after their historic building was devastated by arson. Attendees will have the chance to tour the new building and look through the center's archives of devotional objects, some of which were rescued by CFD from the fire. Light refreshments from Sweet Carrot will be provided. Register for this tour by 11:59 p.m., Feb. 16. ►REGISTER


Columbus Landmarks Brings Home the Gold
Our CEO, Dr. Rebecca Kemper was awarded the Outstanding Leadership Award at the '22 International Education 2.0 Conference. Columbus Landmarks connected with fellow Columbus-area educators at the conference to promote best practices in education. You can learn more about our educational programs under our programs tab►MORE


Voluntering at Mid-Ohio Food Collective
Columbus Landmarks CEO and board joined Columbus Metropolitan Club to restock the shelves at the Mid-Ohio Food Collective. Mid-Ohio is in critical need of more helping hands this season; please consider signing up for a shift. ►REGISTER


Undesign the Redline - Linden!
Undesign the Redline will be in a Columbus Landmarks priority community at the Linden Recreation Center Jan. 17-22, 2023. Learn more about this important exhibition on systemic disinvestment and racial segregation on our partner's website. ►MORE


Thank You For Your Generosity!
We wanted to thank YOU for making our End of Year Annual Campaign a success. We raised over $11,000 in the month of December. Thank you, Columbus! ►DONATE


African American Pioneers In Cinema
Presented for the first time in Ohio, the Gateway Film Center will showcase feature-length and short film restorations from Kino Lorber’s celebrated collection, alongside film experts, community activists and a curated art installation for in-depth discussions on African American cinema. Screening once a month, the series lineup includes historic works of Directors Oscar Micheaux, Frank Peregini, and more between January and March 2023►MORE


2021 Endangered Site Being SAVED
Starling Middle School in Franklinton, a 2021 Columbus Landmarks Most Endangered Site, will be receiving historic preservation tax credits for its new life! Read all about it in the Columbus Underground. ►MORE


Rickenbacker Woods Fdn. Teen Workforce
Funded by the City of Columbus, the Rickenbacker Woods Foundation will select 25 teen applicants for its new six-month internship program, the "Creators, Originators & Innovators of Tomorrow Workforce Initiative" (COITWI). High school students chosen through the interview process will be paid to work with local architects to design Columbus' newest legacy museum on the historic campus of the foundation. Interested teens should apply. ►MORE


CBUS Building & Renovation Expo
The Columbus Building & Renovation Expo is the perfect event to kick-off your New Year as you map out your home projects for 2023! Learn more about this wonderful expo, running from Jan. 6-8►MORE


Remembering Cathy Nelson
On Nov. 18 our good friend Cathy Nelson passed away. For several years Cathy was a loyal Columbus Landmarks member and enjoyed leading many of our historic walking tours throughout the city. In 2017, she was the recipient of the Columbus Landmarks Dixie Sayre Miller Patron Award due to her passion for sharing her knowledge of art and history. As co-founder of the Friends of Freedom Society, Cathy was instrumental in raising awareness of Underground Railroad sites and sharing stories of those seeking freedom. 




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Columbus, Ohio 43215


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