Waves Cider Co. – 604 Nebraska Avenue – WavesCider.com

Waves Cider Co. opened up at the end of July on Nebraska Avenue. After owning Logboat Brewing Co. for six years, the founders wanted to branch out and open another spot for Columbia locals to enjoy. But don’t think this is a second location for Logboat—it’s an entirely different business. Choose between ciders, Logboat beer, cocktails, and nonalcoholic beverages with more beverages constantly in the works. The new ciders are also available in cans. Read our full story on the new cider house here

Race Matters, Friends RaceMattersFriends.com

Race Matters, Friends, a nonprofit united in fighting for racial equality, is hosting their next Police Public Policy Review and Input on August 27. This is a time to discuss policies under review that are currently on the City of Columbia Calendar. If you attend in person, a mask and social distancing is required. If you’d rather participate virtually, email questions, comments, and suggestions to CPDPolicies@CoMo.Gov. The recorded meeting will also be uploaded at a later time. 

Peggy Jean’s Pies – 503 E Nifong Blvd – PeggyJeansPies.com 

On August 28, Peggy Jean’s Pies is hosting an Epic Pie Tasting—pandemic style—from 2PM to 6PM. Call the store to order your ticket, then pick up your pie making kit that includes ingredients for twelve tarts. As you’re making your sweets, try to guess what flavor they are. Inside of the kit, there is a sealed answer key for you to open at the end that reveals the flavors. 

Sawdust Studios –  2207 Nelwood Dr Unit 105 – SawdustStudiosComo.com
This brand new business opened up in Columbia last month. Sawdust Studios is a community woodshop where you can access professional woodworking tools 24/7 with a membership. You can also take classes ranging from beginner to advanced. 

Photo // Waves Cider Company