ACTIVITIES IN THE COLUMBIA AREA for 2/22 – 3/14/17

    In the Columbia area there are many wonderful events perfect for the entire family such as The Jamil Shrine Circus and the “Million Dollar Quartet”. For the adults, enjoy various wines, beers, art classes and more at Vista Nights offered by the Congaree Visit Guild in the Vista area of downtown Columbia.

     

    Sundays –  Sensory Sunday at the EdVenture Children’s Museum.  On Sundays one hour before opening, the museum will be open for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and sensory processing difference’s to tour the museum and enjoy interactive, hands on activities.  For more information call (803) 400-1156 or visit http://www.edventure.org/events/sensory-sunday/?for=04-17-2016.

    Second Sundays –  Stroll on Arsenal Hill at the Arsenal Hill Park Center on Lincoln Street with the tour beginning at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church on Calhoun Street.  Learn the significance of this neighborhood with its eclectic mix of architecture where the elites use to live during the war and African Americans lived through the 19th and 20th Centuries.  For more information call (803) 252-1770 or visit http://www.historiccolumbia.org/events/second-sunday-stroll-arsenal-hill.

    Tuesdays –  Toddler Tuesdays at the EdVenture Children’s Museum.   Bring your toddler for seasonal art activities, music, and our sand tray exploration in the Early Learning Classroom.    For more information call (803) 779-3100 or visit http://www.edventure.org/calendar/calendar.aspx.

    Tuesdays –  Second Shift Twosdays at the South Carolina State Museum.  The museum has extended hours with special after hours pricing.   For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/events/second-shift-twosdays/.

    First & Third Wednesdays –  Kids Cook at the EdVenture Children’s Museum.  Children 6 – 10 years old will have a unique experience taking participants on an exciting journey of culinary arts partaking in food preparation and meal creation, while learning about nutrition. For more information call (803) 400-1156 or visit http://www.edventure.org/events/kids-cook-first-third-wednesdays/?for=04-20-2016.

    Thursdays –  City Roots Farmers Market at the City Roots Farm.  Here’s your chance to search for fresh local produce, fresh eggs, meats, cheese, and more, plus local music and food truck vendors!  For more information call (803) 254-2302 or visit http://www.cityroots.org/.

     

    First Thursdays –  First Thursdays on Main Street at the 1200-1700 block of Main Street in downtown Columbia.  The event lasts from 6 pm to 10 pm and is a collaboration of a number of vendors in the area.  For more information call (803) 988-1065 or visit http://firstthursdaysonmain.com/.

    Third Thursdays – Vista Nights offered by the Congaree Visit Guild in the Vista area of downtown Columbia.  This event is a collaboration of vendors offering extended hours and events such as wine and beer tastings, art classes, and more.  For more information call (803) 269-5946 or visit http://www.vistacolumbia.com/vistanights.aspx.

    Thursday Nights –  Young Adult Shag Dance at Bill’s Music Stop on Meeting Street.  Come early and learn how to shag and then dance the night away.  For more information call (803) 796-6477 or visit http://www.billsmusicshop.com/calendar.html#.

    Fridays – Bluegrass and Acoustic Open Stage and Jam at Bill’s Music Shop and Pickin’ Parlor on Meeting Street.  Come out and participate or sit back and enjoy the music.  For more information call (803) 796-6477 or visit http://www.billsmusicshop.com/.

    Fourth Fridays –  Friday Night Laser Lights at the South Carolina State Museum.  Through the months of June, July, and August, the Museum will present a laser light show in the Planetarium with each show providing a variety of music.  For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/events/upcoming-events/.

    Saturdays – Nature Discovery Walk at the Congaree National Park.  Join a volunteer naturalist for a fun walk along the boardwalk while learning about the diversity of wildlife and plants in the Park.  For more information call (803) 776-4396 or visit https://www.nps.gov/cong/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?event=56C296E0-1DD8-B71C-07EB09DD87A17E5F.

    Saturdays –  State House Tours.  Come tour the most beautiful historic building in the area.  For more information call (803) 734-2430 or visit http://www.scstatehouse.gov/visit.php.

    Saturdays –  Classic Country Music Jamboree and Dancing at Bills Music Shop and Pickin’ Parlor on Meeting Street.  Come early and learn two step, country dancing, or couples dancing (no partner required) followed by live entertainment.  For more information call (803) 796-6477 or visit http://www.billsmusicshop.com/.

    Saturdays –  Soda City Market on Main Street in downtown Columbia.  Shop for local and regional foods, crafts, hot coffee, cold fresh lemonade, and even cooked food.  For more information visit http://sodacitysc.com/.

    Through February 23 –  “The Salesman” at the Nickelodeon Theater.  This film, nominated for the 2017 Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film, is the story of a couple whose relationship began to deteriorate during their performance of “The Death of a Salesman”.  For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/the-salesman/.

    Through February 27 –  Black Stories at the Nickelodeon Theater.  This series will be free to all who attend in order to bring our together to learn about key chapters in history, honor Black leaders, reflect on current challenges that face all of us, and discover those who inspire us.  For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/series/black-stories/.

    Through February 28 –  “South Carolina and the Great War” at the South Carolina State Museum.  Learn how World War I impacted South Carolina.  For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/explore/exhibits/changing-exhibits/south-carolina-great-war/.

    Through March 4, 2017 –  Sensory Sunday at the EdVenture Children’s Museum.  One the first Sunday of each month, children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and sensory processing differences will have the opportunity to enjoy the museum in a safe and accepting environment and enjoy interactive, hands on activities.  For more information call (803) 400-1156 or visit http://www.edventure.org/events/sensory-sunday/?for=07-03-2016.

    Through March 5 –  Sound and Vision at the Nickelodeon Theater.  This new music documentary, in partnership with DRIP records, you’ll experience screening of both repertory and contemporary music docs, with local bands performing life before each film. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/series/sound-vision/.

    Through March 12 –  “Psychedelic Design: Rock Posters from the Mel Byers Collection (1966-1971) at the Columbia Museum of Art.  See the works of this Columbia native that is vastly different from other rock poster artists of the late 1960’s.  For more information call (803) 799-2810 or visit https://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/psychedelic-design.

    Through March 12 –  “Spoken: Making Maps: The Art of James Williams” at the Columbia Museum of Art.  In his works, the artist creates a “map” of his surroundings using graphic representations of his spatial reality.  For more information call (803) 799-2810 or visit https://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/spoken-1./

    Through April 8 –  “Holocaust Remembered” at the McKissick Museum.  This exhibition of 24 panels traces the history of World War II and the Nazi’s intended extermination of the Jews with special focus on South Carolinians who played a significant role in liberating the concentration camps and some of the families who immigrated to South Carolina.  For more information call (803) 777-7251 or visit http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/holocaust-remembered.

    Through April 9 –  “South Carolina and the Great War” at the South Carolina State Museum.  Learn what life was like in South Carolina during World War I.  For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/explore/exhibits/changing-exhibits/south-carolina-great-war/.

    Through May 6 –  “Black Medicine/White Bodies: An Investigation of Yellow Fever Epidemics in Charleston 1854-1871” at the McKissick Museum.  This exhibition focuses on the role of the African American healers of the Lowcountry.  For more information call (803) 777-7251 or visit http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/black-medicinewhite-bodies-investigation-yellow-fever-epidemics-charleston-1854-1871.

    February 22 –  “Boombox” at the Music Farm.  Fill your evening dancing to soulful rock and blues by incredible group.  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1400954-boombox-columbia/.

    February 23 –  Magic Power House at the Niceklodeon Theater.  This variety show is filled with original talent including short film, music videos, theater pieces, documentaries, and anything else under 10 minutes with anyone welcome.  For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/series/magic-hour/.

    February 23 –  “Luke Bryan”  with guest star Brett Eldredge at the Colonial Life Arena.  For those of you who missed seeing Luke in October when Hurricane Matthew led to the cancellation of his outdoor concert, here is your chance to see him!  For more information call (803) 576-9200 or visit https://www.coloniallifearena.com/luke-bryan.php?eventid=132.

    February 23 –  USC Night: “76 and Sonny” at the Music Farm.  Straight from Columbia, come out and support this tremendous local alternative rock band!  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1428562-usc-night-76-sunny-columbia/.

    jamil-shrine-circusFebruary 23 – 26 –  The Jamil Shrine Circus at the Jamil Shrine Temple.  There will be rides for the kids, animals, clowns, food, and lots of great fun!  For more information visit http://www.jamilshriners.com/images/January_2017_Jamil_Newsletter.pdf.

    February 24 –  Baker and Baker Presents Main Street Souvenirs with Scott Kirby at the South Carolina Museum of Art.  You’ll enjoy a multimedia stage performance about small town American life by this presenter known as the best interpreter of ragtime today.  For more information call (803) 799-2810 or visit https://www.columbiamuseum.org/happenings/baker-baker-presents-main-street-souvenirs-scott-kirby.

    February 24 –  Winter Jam at the Colonial Life Arena.  It’s back again with artists and band such as Crowder, Britt Nicole, Tenth Avenue North, Thousand Foot Krutch, and more!  For more information call (803) 576-9200 or visit https://www.coloniallifearena.com/winter-jam.php?eventid=109.

    February 24 –  “Oz” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  Presented by the Columbia Classical Ballet, this performance will surprise you!  For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=342.

    February 24 –  “You’re in Good Company: Greg Payne & the Piedmont Boys” at the Music Farm.  This country band originally from Greenville has amazed even those who don’t like country music, so check them out!  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1420928-youre-in-good-company-greg-columbia/.

    February 24 –  Haynes Bluegrass: “Darin & Brooke Aldridge” with opening act “Rabon Creek” at the Haynes Auditorium in Gilbert.  Come out for an evening of fun bluegrass music!  For more information call (803) 582-8479 or visit http://www.haynesbluegrass.com/.

    February 24 – March 2 –  “I Am Not Your Negro” at the Nickelodeon Theater.  This 2017 film nominated for the Academy Awards Documentary of the Year, is one man’s account of the book that James Baldwin intended to write about the assassinations of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, Jr. before his own death 1987, but only completed 31 pages. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/i-am-not-your-negro/.

    February 25 –  “Grounded” at the Trustus Theatre.  In this thought-provoking and engrossing production using only a single actor, you will experience the challenges military women could face in a 21st Century war.  For more information call (803) 254-9732 ext. 1 or visit https://trustus.org/event/grounded/.

    February 25 –  Mardi Gras Parade, Music Festival and 5K at Owens Field and City Roots.  The parade will run through Rosewood from Owens Field and will be filled with costumes, floats, and entertainers; the music fest will include 5 stages with a variety of music and the 5K will leave from the soccer field at Owens Field, so put on your costumes and head out for the our first Mardi Gras celebration!  For more information visit http://www.mardigrascolumbia.com/.

    February 25 –  Lexington’s Race Against Hunger at the Saxa Gotha Presbyterian Church.  Included in this event is a 10K, a 5K and a 1 mile fun run!  For more information visit http://www.lrah.org/.

    February 25 –  “Rocketman – A Tribute to Sir Elton John” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  Tokyo Joe Productions will fill you with an enjoyable night of songs by this tremendous artist with proceeds to benefit Children’s Shelters.  For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=372.

    February 25 –  “Footwerk” at the Music Farm.  Enjoy an evening with a blend of R&B, rock, and reggae while dancing the night away.  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1431148-footwerk-columbia-edition-columbia/.

    February 25 – March 5 –  “Miss Nelson is Missing” at the Columbia Children’s Theater.  For more information call (803) 691-4548 or visit http://www.columbiachildrenstheatre.com/season-at-a-glance/.

    February 26 –  “Ladysmith Black Bambazo” at the Harbison Theater.  In this performance you’ll enjoy musical traditions of South Africa infusing “movement, song, reverence and celebration to honor the struggle for equality and their hope for a peaceful world.”  For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit http://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/ladysmith-black-mambazo.

    February 26 –  Red Carpet Awards Party at the Nickelodeon Theater.  Awards time is approaching so here is your chance to see the contenders!  For more information call 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/events/redcarpet/.

    February 28 –  Artbreak: The Life and Art of  South Carolina Native and Folk Artist Sam Doyle with Elijah Heyward III at the Columbia Museum of Art.  Hear from this self-taught artist from St. Helena Island who paints about important figures and events in the Gullah culture.  For more information call (803) 799-2810 or visit https://www.columbiamuseum.org/happenings/artbreak-life-and-art-sc-native-and-folk-artist-sam-doyle-elijah-heyward-iii.

    February 28 –  Lunch & Learn – Modjeska Simkins and the Fight for Educational Equality at the Mann Simmons site.  Learn how this matriarch of human rights worked for equal pay for black teachers and equal rights for black students in this amazing Black History Month presentation.  For more information call (803) 252-1770 ext. 23 or visit http://www.historiccolumbia.org/events/lunch-learn-honoring-black-history-month.

    February 28 –  “The Armor of Light” at the Nickelodeon Theater.  Rev. Rob Schenck, a pro-life evangelist questions whether being pro-gun is consistent with pro-life and speaks with the mother of a talks with a mother who lost her teenage son to murder.  For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/the-armor-of-light/.

    February 28 –  “Annie” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  The world’s best loved musical will provide you with an enjoyable evening you won’t soon forget!  For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=241.

    March 1 –  “Young and the Giant – Home of the Strange Tour “ with Special Guest “Lewis Del Mar ”  at the Music Farm.  This indie rock band is guaranteed to provide you with a great evening of music and song!  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1380591-young-giant-home-strange-columbia/.

    March 2 –  Dr. Seuss’s Birthday at the EdVenture Children’s Museum.  Enjoy a day of Seussical fun with Seuss classics being read throughout the day.  For more information call (803) 799-3100 or visit http://www.edventure.org/events/dr-seuss-birthday/?for=03-02-2017.

    March 2 –  “Complexions Contemporary Ballet” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  This evening will present you with some of the most amazing ballet performers of the New York City Ballet in concert with the USC Dance Company and the USC Symphony Orchestra.  For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=343.

    March 2 –  “Ron “Tater Salad” White” at the Township Auditorium.  You’ll enjoy an evening of tremendous laughter with this 3 time Grammy nominated comedian.  For more information call (803) 576-2350 or visit http://www.thetownship.org/events/.

    March 3 –  Clay Rice Silhouette Cutting at the South Carolina State Museum.  This award winning artist and children’s book author will be at the Museum for you to get a profile cutting of your child.  For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/events/clay-rice-silhouette-cutting/.

    March 3 –  College Art Day at the South Carolina State Museum.  Aspiring student artists and their parents can come to the museum and meet with a variety of local college and university art departments.  For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/events/upcoming-events/.

    March 3 –  Craftsmen’s Spring Classic Art and Craft Festival at the Cantey and Goodman Building of the South Carolina State Fairgrounds.  It’s back again with hundreds of craftsmen and artisans from around the Country bringing their amazing one of a kind wares for your decorating projects, wedding presents, Easter gifts, or as a treat to yourself after the holiday rush!  For more information call (336) 282-5550 or visit http://www.gilmoreshows.com/craftsmens_classics_columbia_spring.shtml.

    March 3 –  International Cat Video Festival at the Harbison Theater.  For all you cat lovers out there, you will not want to miss this fun show!  For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit http://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/international-cat-video-festival.

    March 3 –  Kick-off for St. Pats in Five Points at the fountain in Five Points.  Get yourself in the spirit for this fun event by bringing out the family for some Irish entertainment and while the children help turn the fountain green and everyone can get in the spirit of going on a scavenger hunt throughout Five Points to find the St. Patrick’s Day mascot!  For more information visit http://stpatscolumbia.com/information.php.

    March 3 –  “Blair Hanks” at the Music Farm.  This up and coming Country artist from Florida will not disappoint you with his amazing music!  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1428598-blaire-hanks-columbia/.

    March 3 – 9 –  “A United Kingdom” at the Nickelodeon Theater.  This is the amazing story of Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana who married a white woman from London in 1940 that created an international stir. For more information call (803) 254-3433 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/a-united-kingdom/.

    March 3 – 19 –  “Million Dollar Quartet” at the Town Theatre.  This Tony Award Winning musical about four legends (Johnny Cash, Jerry Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Pressley) who gathered at Sun Records recording studio where they launched their careers will take you back to the that day in 1954. For more information call (803) 799-2510 or visit http://towntheatre.com/million-dollar-quartet/.

    March 4 –  Art Day at the South Carolina State Museum.  This day is dedicated to artist Guy Lipscomb with the opening of his exhibit, and a variety of other artists in house and tours available.  For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/events/art-day/.

    March 4 –  “Madame Butterfly” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  Presented by the Palmetto Opera, this Opera is based on the short story by John Luther Long in 1898.  For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=375.

    March 4 –  “Cold War Kids” with Special Guest “Middle Kids” at the Music Farm.  You will enjoy an evening of Indie Rock with this great band from Southern California which is breaking the mold for Indie Rock by running strong for more than 10 years!  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1428598-blaire-hanks-columbia/.

    March 5 –  Run Hard Marathon / Half Marathon / 5K at the South Carolina State House.  This event has something for the whole family and includes a marathon relay.  For more information call (803) 414-9508 or visit https://runhardcolumbiamarathon.com/.

    March 6 –  Sensory Friendly Day – Leprechaun Hunt at the South Carolina State Museum.  This event for groups and families with special needs will have the chance to search the Museum for leprechauns in a safe, understanding environment.  For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/calendar/sensory-friendly-day-valentine-lunch-date/.

    March 6 – 8 –  South Carolina Association of Non-Profits Summit at the Downtown Marriot.  You’ll have the chance to participate in workshops and seminars, network with others, and listen to some great speakers in the industry!  For more information call (803) 929-0399 or visit http://summit.scanpo.org/2017/.

    March 7 –  “Medea” at the Harbison Theatre.  On the screen live from the National Theater in London, this performance, starring Helen McCrory, presents Euripides powerful tragedy based on the Greek myth of Jason and Medea.  For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit http://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/medea.

    cinderellaMarch 7 – 8 –  “Cinderella” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  This Tony Award winning Broadway musical will delight you with its contemporary take on the classic tale.  For more information call (803) 251-2222 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=234.

    March 8 –  “Fire at Sea” at the Nickelodeon Theater.  This story, based on the migration of numerous immigrants from Africa and the Middle East to the island of Lampedusa, focusing on the story of a 12 year old local boy who likes to hunt. For more information call (803) 254-3433 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/fire-at-sea/.

    March 8 –  “Ryan Adams & Band” at the Township Auditorium.  You are sure to enjoy this amazing bluesy rock artist!  For more information call (803) 576-2350 or visit http://www.thetownship.org/events/.

    March 9 –  “Greensky Bluegrass” at the Township Auditorium.  This amazing group blends their bluegrass with a little bit of rock and roll and will ensure you an evening of fun music!  For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1420146-greensky-bluegrass-columbia/.

    March 10 –  “Newsboys” at the Township Auditorium.  This Grammy nominated and Platinum Selling Christian band is guaranteed to set your evening on fire with great music!  For more information call (803) 576-2350 or visit http://www.thetownship.org/events/.

    March 10 –  “R. Kelly: The After Party Tour” at the Colonial Life Arena.  Come out for an evening of music by this amazing performer, with songs such as “I Can Fly” and “The World’s Greatest”. For more information call (803) 576-9200 or visit https://www.coloniallifearena.com/r-kelly.php?eventid=112.

    March 10 –  “Troker” at the Harbison Theatre.  This amazing group will provide you with a blend of metal, funk, jazz, and the mariachi tradition from Mexico and will have you out of your seat and tapping your feet.  For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit http://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/troker.

    March 10 –  Kemopalooza at City Roots.  Come out and support this annual event that benefits the families of kids with cancer and blood disorders, with lots of great live entertainment, with headliner being the Zac Brown Band.  For more information call (803) 434-7275 or visit http://events.palmettohealthfoundation.org/site/Calendar?id=100281&view=Detail#.WKkJTvnyuyI.

    March 10 – 19 –  “Broadway: Past . . . Present . . . Forever!” at the On Stage Performance Center in West Columbia.  This is your chance to enjoy a variety of your favorite Broadway tunes!  For more information call (803) 351-6751 or visit http://www.onstagesc.com/Shows.html.

    March 10 – April 1 –  “Grey Gardens, The Musical” at the Trustus Theatre.  Based on the hit documentary of the same name in 1975, this hilarious and heartbreaking musical presents the dysfunctional relationship between the eccentric Bouvier aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. For more information call (803) 254-9732 ext. 1 or visit https://trustus.org/event/grounded/.

    March 11 –  Children’s Birding 101 at Sesquicentennial State Park.  Children 8 to 12 and their parents will learn the basics of birding, with children making a pinecone feeder to take home.  For more information call (803) 788-2706 or visit http://southcarolinaparks.com/products/10004552.

    March 11 –  Weatherfest at the EdVenture Children’s Museum.  Kids will learn about the weather with representative from the National Weather Service sharing information on severe weather, flooding, hurricanes, and learn about the role a variety of Agencies and organizations during each of these events.  For more information call (803) 779-3100 or visit http://www.edventure.org/events/weatherfest/?for=03-11-2017.

    March 11 –  Low Country Craft Beer Jamboree at City Roots.  You’ll enjoy a day filled with craft beer, low country cuisine, great live music on two stages, and rides and activities for the kids!  For more information call (803) 254-2302 or visit http://www.cityroots.org/events-calendar/2017/2/16/the-lowcountry-craft-beer-jamboree.

    March 11 –  “Amos Lee” at the Township Auditorium.  Enjoy an evening of folkys blues music with this wonderful performer. For more information call (803) 576-2350 or visit http://www.thetownship.org/events/.

    March 11 –  Party with PAALS – an UN-Gala at the South Carolina State Museum.  Enjoy a “festive evening of immersed in the funky universe of Steampunk” with food, an open bar, an auction, and games!  For more information call (803) 788-7063 or visit https://www.paals.org/un-gala/.

    March 11 –  South Carolina Philharmonic’s “Beethoven and Blue Jeans” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  This annual concert will highlight “the piccolo and the bandoneon” with Beethoven stepping in at the end. For more information call (803) 254-7445 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=256.

    March 12 –  St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Lexington.  Enter the parade or just come out in your favorite green attire and enjoy a day of fun!  For more information visit http://www.goblowfishbaseball.com/2016-st-patricks-day-parade/.

    March 12 –  Lake Murray Symphony Orchestra’s “Beethoven and Broadway” at the Harbison Theatre.  For more information call (803) 407-5011.

    March 13 –  March Harvest Dinner at City Roots.  Come out and enjoy a four course farm to table dinner featuring seasonal ingredients from local artisans and farmers.  For more information call (803) 254-2302 or visit http://www.cityroots.org/events-calendar/2017/3/13/march-harvest-dinner.

    March 13 –  “Seussical” at the Koger Center for the Arts.  With Cat in the Hat as the emcee, you’ll enjoy a show filled with your favorite Seuss characters.  For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=318.

    March 14 –  “Joel Sartore: Building the Photo Ark” at the Harbison Theatre.  This National Geographic photographer has been on a mission to capture photographs of many of the world’s animals before he dies for fear of their demise in the future.  For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit http://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/joel-sartore-building-photo-ark.

     

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