Tuesday, March 16
100+ Women Who Care — Members of 100+ Women Who Care Columbus will receive an invitation March 16 to watch a video presentation by three randomly-drawn Lowndes County nonprofits. Members will then vote their choice for the combined donation Impact Award. Visit 100wwccolumbusms.org for details.
Thursday, March 25
Candidate forum — Hear Columbus municipal candidates at the 2021 Candidate Forum at the Lyceum at Lee (former Lee High School). The event is co-sponsored by The Dispatch and WCBI and will follow a Q&A format with a moderator. COVID precautions will be taken for a limited live audience and the event will be livestreamed online by WCBI. Reserve free tickets online at cdispatch.com/forum
Friday, March 26
Tennessee Williams 110th birthday celebration — Visit the Tennessee Williams Home and Welcome Center, 300 Main St., Columbus, at 10 a.m. for birthday cake, photos with “Tennessee” and his “mother,” Edwina Dakin Williams, and register to win dinner at Galatoire’s in New Orleans.
Friday and Saturday, March 26-27
Spring Open House Downtown — Downtown Columbus hosts a spring open house from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., featuring promotions and door prizes at participating merchants. 662-328-6305.
Sunday, March 28
Classical Jazz — The Starkville-MSU Symphony Association Community Chorus presents a concert of classical music, jazz favorites and Shakespeare at 2 p.m. outdoors at the Greensboro Center, Starkville, Bring lawn chairs or blankets. Masks and social distancing required.,
Saturday, April 3
Jimbo Mathus in concert — The Columbus Arts Councils presents Jimbo Mathus in the Omnova Theater at 7 p.m. at the Rosenzweig Arts Center, 501 Main St. Tickets $15 members ($20 day of show); $20 non-members.columbus-arts.org, 662-328-2787.