Columbian Book ClubThe Columbian Book Club reads and discusses nine books a year. After the discussion the group dines in the Crystal
Terrace. This Club within a Club is led by Columbian Connie Wooldridge. This group meets on the
2nd Thursday of the month at 9:30am. They do NOT meet in July, August or December. RSVP is requested.
The 2021-2022 Reading List is announced! CLICK HERE to view the Book Titles for this Book Club season.
CLICK HERE for the 2020-2021 selections.
CLICK HERE for the 2019-2020 selections.
CLICK HERE for the 2017-2018 selections.
CLICK HERE to review a list of all the past titles enjoyed by this group since 2007.
Columbia Club Divine DamesThe ladies of the Columbia Club meet for a monthly lunch full of conversation and laughter in the Crystal Terrace.
This Club within a Club is led by Columbian Josie Henneke. Ladies dine the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 11:30am. Reservations are encouraged.
Columbian Business NetworkThe Columbian Business Network capitalizes on its diverse member community to create a powerful networking, referral, and education group. We engage our community with private and public events, speaker series, board engagement, a Gala to raise money for the community, and many other opportunities to connect with Indy professionals. As Committee Chair for CBN, Matt Hadley is always looking for fresh perspective, innovation, and new connections to grow our network. Please reach out to Matt with ideas or suggestions you would like to see with this Committee. Read More
Columbian Veterans AssociationApproximately 30% of the Club members are veterans. Retired military members gather for camaraderie and discuss military activities and programs. Active duty military are always invited to join in with this lively group. A variety of keynote speakers will address this distinguished Club of Columbians. This Club within a Club is led by Columbian Ellis
Policy & Leadership Forum
The Policy and Leadership Forum is a lively group of bipartisan individuals whose conversation builds on the strong foundation of our heritage of public engagement. We believe the Club, and the Forum, offer an inviting venue for Columbians and their guests to meet important individuals of influence around state public policy issues and various local and regional hot topics while we engage in stimulating, respectful conversations.
This club speaks to all of our wine enthusiasts. Several wine dinners and tastings will be held throughout the year. For those members interested in a personalized private wine locker in the Harrison Grille, you can reserve this for an annual fee, allowing you to enjoy wine from your locker during your Club visits. Wine locker members receive additional perks such as complimentary wine tastings and reduced fees for other wine related events hosted at the Club. However, any Columbian who enjoys gaining knowledge about wine are invited to attend these festive gatherings. This group is co-led by Columbians Mark Rowlands and Dr. Miles Schroeder.
Harrison SocietyThe Harrison Society is the Club’s premier group for young professionals. The Society hosts monthly activities to show Columbian Pride, interact in a social environment, and build long lasting relationships. Though the Society focuses on members in their 20’s and 30’s, all Columbians are welcome to attend Harrison Society events. If you have questions
about the group please reach out to Columbian Devin Moore.
The third Wednesday of the month Harrison Society members are encouraged to have lunch at the Club in the French Room to network with each other and seek advice.
Cliff Frost SocietyCliff Frost Society, in honor of fellow Columbian Mr. Clifford Frost, for cigar enthusiasts interested in exclusive cigar
tastings and camaraderie on the Patio. Lead by Columbian Andrew Jarmoszuk.