The Family Theatre presents the class production of Stuart Little. The public is welcome and there is no fee. 7 p.m. Friday; 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Family Theatre, 2100 Hamilton Rd. familytheatre.org
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Author Event: Amor Towles
Amor Towles, author of “Rules of Civility” and “A Gentleman in Moscow” will make a public appearance at the Columbus Public Library at 11 a.m. in the Grand Reading Room. Mr. Towles’ attentive observation of upper-class social mores in both America and Russia of the twentieth century has drawn him legions of loyal fans. Free and the public is invited.
The Coca-Cola Space Science Center will host Astronomy Night with Dr. Rosa Williams making a presentation inside the Omnisphere Theater. After, telescopes and the Astronomy Team will guide participants through the wonders of our universe. Free. 6 p.m.-10 p.m. The public is invited and there is no fee to attend. 701 Front Avenue. www.ccssc.org
Parent and Child Paper Quilling
You and your child will explore the art of paper quilling. Paper quilling is a technique that involes long strips of paper twised into tight circles and other shapes. Participants will learn the basics of quilling and will use their new skills to design and create their own cards. Class instructor will be Mackenzie Eaton. The class is free, however, pre-registration is required. 10 a.m.-noon The Columbus Museum. http://www.columbusmuseum.com
Teen Pottery Workshop
Go crazy for clay in The Columbus Museum’s studio. Students will begin by exploring work by artist Eddie Dominguez. Then, using his work as inspiration, participants will spend time in the studio creating an original pottery piece of their own. The instructor will be Sandy Simmons. For ages 12-19. Fee is $10/person. Register by calling 706-748-2562 ext. 2124.
Radical Reptiles Show
Learn about Oxbow Meadow’s rad reptiles and even meet some. $5/person. 2 p.m.-3 p.m. 3535 S. Lumpkin Rd. https://oxbow.columbusstate.edu