6 – 27 Toddler Time at Launch Trampoline Park – Every Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., toddlers can jump to their hearts content. This deal is good for children (ages 5 and under ONLY) and one adult to jump for the whole two hours. Launch Trampoline socks are required for all jumpers. Cost: $10 Info: launchtrampolinepark.com/columbus/.
12, 26 Homeschool Friday – Rock Climbing at Treadstone Gym – Calling all home schoolers! Every second and fourth Friday of each month, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., is dedicated to home schoolers and family. Take advantage of this two-hour block for only $10 including gear. Info: TreadstoneClimbing.com
20 Great Georgia Pollinator Count with Oxbow Meadows – Come join Oxbow for this fun, free citizen science day. All ages can join in the fun of being a citizen scientist! Info: Ggapc.org/.
28 Toy and Comic Book Show at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center – Come on down and browse the quality vendors and crafters while also taking a flight on the Space Odyssey Shuttle and exploring the many exhibits the science center offers. Cost: $6 per person or a $20 family of four pack Info: ccssc.org/comicbookshow/.
2 Labor Day Weekend at Callaway Gardens – Light up your Labor Day with a three-day celebration at Callaway! Stay and play all day with garden and beach access, food and drink specials and holiday merchandise. The gardens transform each night with the extraordinary Hot Air Balloon Glow, where balloons illuminate Robin Lake Beach, and then fireworks take over the sky. Surrounded by their spectacular scenery, this is one memorable way to welcome September. Info:CallawayGardens.com
5 Labor Day Mini Camp at the NIM – The museum offers mini-camps throughout the year for children interested in learning more about our nation’s history. Mini-camps are open to ages 5-11. Camp takes place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is only $10 per camper. Info: NationalInfantryMusuem.org/nim-kids/.
30 Look Forward The Ruby Bridges Story at the Springer Opera House – This is the true story of the extraordinary 6-year-old who helped shape history when she became the very first African-American sent to first grade in an all-white school – changing America forever. Set in New Orleans in 1960, Ruby eventually befriends students and teachers and lives out a faith that tells her to stand firm. Look at the world through Ruby’s eyes and discover the true promise of America. Info and tickets: SpringerOperaHouse.org.