Update May 6, 2020: The 2020 reunion has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 situation. We are planning to set up an online meetup on Saturday, July 18 most likely using Zoom. We will provide more info as the date gets closer.
We are already making plans with the hotel in Columbus for next year’s reunion, July 16-18, 2021,
The 2020 reunion will be held July 17-19 in Columbus, Georgia.
This is the 41st annual reunion, and while we are returning to an old favorite, Georgia, this will be the first time the reunion has been in Columbus.
Thursday, July 16 or Friday, July 17 – Arrive at the hotel. Dinner will be on your own, so get a group together and enjoy one of the area’s restaurants. We will have a hospitality room open starting around noon.
Saturday, July 18 – Spend time touring Columbus and the surrounding area. The hospitality room will be available for your use all day today. The Visit Columbus GA site is a great source for things to see and do in Columbus.
Dinner plans are in progress, but we normally gather to eat between 5 and 6.
Sunday, July 19 – Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and say goodbye to your fellow Dinglers until next time.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Columbus
6614 Whittlesey Blvd
Columbus, GA 31909
You can book your rooms online using Group Code DFR or by using the Dingler Family Reunion hotel site which will take you directly to our rates. Of course, you can call the hotel directly and book, just be sure to request the Dingler Family rate (DFR). Rooms must be booked by June 26 to get the special rate.
|Room Type||Nightly Rate|
|King Studio Suite||$99 + tax|
|King 1 Bedroom Suite||$99 + tax|
|Double Queen 1 Bedroom Suite||$109 + tax|All rooms also have a sleeper sofa in addition to the beds listed. Free Wi-Fi and hot breakfast included.
Things to do Visit Columbus website Coca-Cola Space Science Center Columbus Botanical Center Columbus Museum (art & history museum) Historic Westville (living history museum) Lunchbox Museum (yes, it’s a museum dedicated to lunchboxes) National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center