History Snapshot: Staying Cool in the Summer

Columbia Ladies

Pictured: Agnes McArdle McAllister, Far left. Eleanor McAllister Golly standing. Columbia July, 1949.  Thanks to MotherLode Memories and Billie K. Lyons for the photo.

Summer heat didn’t stop these Columbia ladies from enjoying the outdoors, and neither should it you!

Here are just a few of your options for your next visit to Columbia:

  • Stagecoach rides are open daily.
  • Columbia Kate’s Teahouse has delightful, cool deserts.
  • Grab a cold water or flavored frozen ice from Brown’s Coffee House. Or stop by the historic Fallon House Ice Cream Parlor for unique flavors!
  • Pack a lunch! There are plenty of picnic tables around the park.
  • Stop and smell the blooming flowers. Then get your favorite summer scent from Seven Sisters Soap and Candle Company!
  • Grab your summer produce at our weekly farmers market, Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m.

What are your favorite summer activities in the Columbia area?

2 Responses to History Snapshot: Staying Cool in the Summer

  1. John Hand July 26, 2017 at 5:19 am #

    My favorite summer activities in Columbia are…Diggins, History Mysteries, Gold trek, Big Band Street Dance just to name a few…

  2. John Hand July 26, 2017 at 5:23 am #

    Opps…forgot the Farmers Market and the Paranormal Tours…

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