Last weekend, the newest edition of GPB’s “Georgia Traveler” premiered with a feature on Port Columbus. Reporter Rickey Bevington toured the museum, then taped a reenactment sequence on the Water Witch and participated in a cannon shooting. Watch your schedules for “Georgia Traveler” in the future. Watch this episode online at http://www.gpb.org/georgiatraveler/406.
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Port Columbus received an award for the best exhibit over $100,000 at the annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries on Friday, January 23. Attending for the museum were executive director Bruce Smith, director of Education and Programs Ken Johnston and Director of Communications Jon Ezzell.
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A boat and crew from Port Columbus participated in a special living history event in Charleston, SC, on January 8. The event “To prevent the effusion of blood”, was hosted by a living history unit and the National Park Service. Our crew acted as hired boatmen to haul US soldiers from Ft. Moultrie to Ft. [...]
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Good Morning All, Port Columbus is closed today along with all other city offices, due to the ice storm last night. We’ll be open at 9 on Tuesday morning.