Wednesday November 1, 2017 through Tuesday November 21, 2017
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 at the South Carolina State House on Gervais Street. 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 November 3 – The Museum of Oz at the South Carolina State Museum. There will be 4-D shows, planetarium shows, a chance to walk the yellow brick road, and special events throughout the month. For more information call (803) 898-4921 or visit http://scmuseum.org/museum-of-oz/.
Through November 4 – Top Girls” at the Center for Performance Experiment at the University of South Carolina. This is a humorous and thoughtful production about the extremes that women go to in order to succeed in a male dominated world. For more information visit http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/thea/OnStage.
Through November 4 – Dark Nights Terror Trail at 2076 Hwy. Church Road in Elgin. Take a walk through the woods . . . if you dare! For more information visit http://www.darkknightsterrortrailsc.com/.
Through November 4 – Deceased Farm at Clinton Sease Farms 382 Old Farm Road in Lexington. If you are looking for a good scare, this will definitely be the event you’ll want to attend! For more information visit http://www.deceasedfarm.com/.
Through November 5 – “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” – A Play in Two Acts at the Village Square Theatre in Lexington. Based on Washington Irving’s tale, this is one fun story you will absolutely enjoy for Halloween so don’t miss out! For more information call (803) 359-1436 or visit http://www.villagesquaretheatre.com/season.html.
Through November 7 – “For the Record” at the Nickelodeon Theater. Presented in this showing are new and old documentaries that challenge “cinematic realism”. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/series/for-the-record/.
Through November 11 – “Evil Dead, The Musical” at the Trustus Theatre. This hilarious performance has been requested to return since 2014 and is based on the “cult classic films” so don’t miss out on this fun Halloween production! For more information call (803) 254-9732 ext. 1 or visit http://trustus.org/event/evil-dead-the-musical/.
Through November 12 – Corn Maze at the Clinton Sease Farm on Old Farm Road in Lexington. Come out and see how long it takes you to find your way through this challenging maze! For more information visit http://www.clintonseasefarm.com/.
Through November 25 – “Snow White” at the Columbia Marionette Theater. This fun feature will show you the seven lovable Dwarfs with a tale filled with a few surprises. For more information call (803) 252-7366 or visit https://cmtpuppet.org/about-us/.
November 2 – “Iration – Intergalactic Tour” with “Furtunate Youth” and “Through the Roots” at the Music Farm. Fill your evening with sounds of the islands! For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1533512-iration-intergalactic-tour-columbia/.
November 2 – 4 – “Benji Brown” at the Comedy House. Give yourself a break and enjoy a little humor with this funny comedian! For more information call (803) 798-9898 or visit https://comedyhouse.us/benji-brown/.
November 3 – “Intruder” at the Nickelodeon Theater. The night stock crew of a local grocery find themselves “stalked and slashed by a mysterious maniac”! For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/intruder/.
November 3 – Happy Hour on Main starting on the Gervais Street side of the State House. Take a tour of this historic street that boasts a variety of architectural styles spanning 300 years. For more information call (803) 252-1770 ext. 23 or visit http://www.historiccolumbia.org/events/happy-hour-on-main-street.
November 3 – “Jon Bellion – Human Condition Part III” with “Blaque Keyz” and “Travis Mendez” at the Music Farm. Jon Bellion is a rising star, so don’t miss his show as well as the shows of the guest bands. For more information visit http://www.musicfarm.com/event/1492989-jon-bellion-human-condition-columbia/.
November 3 – 4 – Civil War Symposium at several locations around Columbia. Start the weekend with a reception at the Robert Mills House followed by Saturday starting at the Archives and History Center with several great speakers on the topic and ending with a cemetery tour of two of the oldest cemeteries in the area. For more information call (803) 896-0339 or visit https://scarchivesandhistoryfoundation.org/2017/08/29/20th-annual-civil-war-symposium/.
November 3 – 5 – Craftmen’s Christmas Classic Arts and Craft Festival at the Cantey and Goodman buildings at the State Fairgrounds. Here is your chance to put a dent in your holiday shopping list with thousands of choices to choose from and something for every budget! For more information call (336) 282-5550 or visit http://www.gilmoreshows.com/.
November 3 & 5 – “The Mothers Puppet Slam” at the Trustus Theatre. Come out for some adult puppet sketches put on by The Mothers improv/sketch comedy group who are partnering with Spork and Hand Puppet Slam. For more information call (803) 254-9732 ext. 1 or visit http://trustus.org/event/puppet-slam/.
November 3 – 9 – “The Florida Project” at the Nickelodeon Theatre. This is the story of a 6 year old and her rebellious mother over the course of a summer who live week to week in a motel and how the 6 year old makes every day a celebration of life that will utterly inspire you! For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/the-florida-project/.
November 3 – 9 – “Good-bye Christopher Robin” at the Nickelodeon Theatre. This is based on the true story of the children’s author, A.A. Milne, and his son, Christopher Robin, as well as his wife and Christopher’s nanny, who are all swept up in the international success of the books, the hope it brings to England after World War I and its cost to Milne’s family. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/goodbye-christopher-robin/.
November 4- Christmas Arts and Crafts Show at Lexington Middle School. There will be 40 different crafters with a variety of items from jewelry to pottery to holiday crafts and there will also be a silent auction to benefit the Harvest Hope Food Bank and best of all, there is no admission! For more information visit http://midlandcrafters.wixsite.com/christmas-craft-show.
November 4 – Ronald K. Brown “EVIDENCE” at the Harbison Theatre in Irmo. This award winning choreographer never disappoints with his tremendous dancers and profound performances so don’t miss the chance to see the amazing work of this talented artist. For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit https://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/ronald-k-brown-evidence.
November 4 – Garden Tours for Gardeners at the Hampton-Preston Gardens on Blanding Street. Get a tour of these fabulous gardens led by Columbia’s garden staff seeing the antebellum garden restoration started in 2012 and Phase II improvements planned for the coming year. For more information call (803) 251-1770 or visit http://www.historiccolumbia.org/events/garden-tour-for-gardeners.
November 4- Carolina Kick-Off at The Zone at Williams-Brice Stadium. This is a fun fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation where you get to do your favorite fall things – watch Carolina play Georgia and eat lots of great tailgate food, so come out and support this great cause. For more information call (843) 388-5968 or visit http://www.carolinakickoff.com/.
November 4 – Carolina Craftisan Holiday Bazaar at the Celebrations Skating Rink in Leesville. You’ll not only have the chance to get started on your holiday shopping list at over 60 different vendors, but you’ll get to enjoy live entertainment and choose lunch a variety of food truck vendors as well. For more information call (803) 757-4362 or visit http://rhemaproductions.us/events.html.
November 4 – South Carolina Philharmonic “Ravishing Rachmaninoff” at the Koger Center for the Arts. Enjoy an evening of delightful entertainment. For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=464.
November 4 – Hemophilia of South Carolina Turkey Trot at Saluda Shoals Park. This is a 5K run/walk to benefit Hemophilia of South Carolina to raise awareness of bleeding disorders and support the programs and services of the organization. For more information call (864) 350-9941 or visit http://hemophiliasc.org/programs-and-events/fundraiser-events/turkey-trot/.
November 4 – Monthly Gospel Singing at the Midland Gospel Singing Center in Gilbert. Groups for this month’s concert are The Pathfinders and God’s Tookbox so come out and enjoy a fun evening of inspiring music. For more information call (803) 719-1289 or visit https://www.midgsc.com/concerts.
November 4 – Storybook Ball at the EdVenture Children’s Museum. Children will enter into a world of storybook magic with kings and queens and other fabled characters with storytelling, magic, artisans, and more so have your children dress as their favorite storybook character and enjoy an evening of tremendous fun with your kids! For more information call (803) 779-3100 or visit http://www.edventure.org/support-us/events/storybook-ball/.
November 4 – 5 – Repticon at the Jamil Temple. Come search for that special pet and/or supplies or just come see what amazing creatures that the vendors have for sale. For more information visit http://repticon.com/south-carolina/columbia/.
November 5 – Freeway Student Showcase at the Icehouse Amphitheater. This concert will showcase some of the best talent in the midlands so come out and support these amazing students at this free event! For more information call (803) 358-7275 or visit http://icehouseamphitheater.com/events/.
November 5 – South Carolina Run for the Fallen 5K at the South Carolina State House. At this event, teams of volunteer runners’ complete segments of 120 miles in remembrance of all the servicemen and women from South Carolina who died since September 11, 2001 with each mile dedicated to a fallen hero and the event will culminate in a 5K memorial run through downtown Columbia ending at the State House. For more information send an email to email@example.com or visit http://scrunforthefallen.org/.
November 6 – “Kiki” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This is a show about the dance “voguing” which is “a stylized and accomplished form of dance performed in the underground ballroom community” identified as “a political form of contemporary dance.” For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/kiki/.
November 7 – “Dolores” at the Nickelodeon Theater. In 1962 the activist Dolores Huerta joined Cesar Chavez in helping to create the National Farmworkers Association as a step to fight for farmworkers rights. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/dolores/.
November 7 – “No Man’s Land” at the Harbison Theatre in Irmo. On screen you’ll have the chance to see this live performance of the Harold Pinter classic from the National Theatre in London. For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit https://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/ntl-screen-no-mans-land.
November 8 – “Shaping Sound, After the Curtain” at the Koger Center for the Arts. Travis Wall, one of America’s most amazing choreographers, has created a spell-binding story with music and motion that will absolutely captivate you so you won’t want to miss this show! For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=408.
November 8 – “Visages, Villages” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This new works from the legendary filmmaker Agnes Varda won the Golden Eye Documentary prize at the 2017 Cannes film festival, so be sure to come out and see what she why this is such a great production! For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/faces-places-visages-villages/.
November 8 – Wild Mayhem Music Concert: “Grassroots a Tribute to 311, Behind the Sun a Tribute to the Red Hot Chili Peppers” at the Music Farm. This will be a great mid-week break with super music and lots of fun! For more information visit https://www.musicfarm.com/event/1567224-wildmayhem-music-concert-columbia/.
November 8 – 9 – “Arnesto Ross” at the Comedy House. This playwright, producer, and videographer will take you away from the stress with his fun humor! For more information call (803) 798-9898 or visit https://comedyhouse.us/arnesto-ross/.
November 9 – 12 – “Speech & Debate” at The Lab Theatre at the University of South Carolina. This critically acclaimed dark comedy is about three high school misfits who connect in order to expose a teacher who preys on his male students. For more information visit http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/thea/OnStage.
November 10 – 12 – “Shawty: What My Name Iz” at the Comedy House. This actor and comedian will give you a night filled with laughs. For more information call (803) 798-9898 or visit https://comedyhouse.us/shawty-shawty/.
November 10 – 12 – “Annie Jr.” at the Town Theatre. This production is based on the comic strip and is an adaptation of the Tony Award winning musical, so come out and support the youth who have worked hard to put this fun production on just for you! For more information call (803) 799-2510 or visit http://towntheatre.com/annie-jr/.
November 11 – “Runaway Gin: A Tribute to Phish” at the Music Farm. For you Phish fans, come out and support these guys who are Phish fans themselves and will give you the best show possible. For more information visit https://www.musicfarm.com/event/1532626-runaway-gin-tribute-phish-columbia/.
November 11 – Three A’s Gala at the Luxurious Hampton Room. This event is presented by the Ready Writer Society. For more information call (844) 669-7180 or visit http://www.readywritersociety.org/.
November 11 – 12 – “Robin Hood” on The Deck at Saluda Shoals Park. Put on by the ICRC Children’s Theater, this production is sure to be a whole lot of fun so come out and support the cast! For more information call (803) 731-5208 or visit http://www.icrc.net/robin-hood-icrc-childrens-theatre-2017-11-11.
November 12 – Columbia Rocks for Puerto Rico at the Music Farm. Fill your Sunday afternoon with a variety of great bands as well as the chance to bid on some wonderful silent auction items, with all proceeds to benefit the hurricane victims in Puerto Rico. For more information visit https://www.musicfarm.com/event/1573238-columbia-rocks-for-puerto-rico-columbia/.
November 13 – “Rize” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This is part of Dance Scene, with this film focusing on competitive Krumping so all you dancers out there won’t want to miss this. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/rize/.
November 14 – “RUMBLE: the Indians Who Rocked the World” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This amazing documentary focuses on the role of indigenous peoples in the music world, such as Jimi Hendrix, Taboo, & Link Wray just to name a few, so don’t miss it! For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/rumble-the-indians-who-rocked-the-world/.
November 15 – “Kemtiyu” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This is the story of a Senegalese anthropologist, philosopher, and physicist who worked to strengthen historical awareness and bring dignity to Africa. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/kemtiyu-cheikh-anta-diop/.
November 15 – “An Evening with Gaelic Storm” at the Music Farm. This tremendous Irish band will not only play for you, they’ll get up and dance for you, and will certainly have you clapping your hands, if not getting up and dance! For more information visit https://www.musicfarm.com/event/1503135-evening-gaelic-storm-columbia/.
November 15 – 16 – “B. T. Kingsley” at the Comedy House. Take a break from the stress and come out for an evening of fun and laughter with this really funny comedian! For more information call (803) 798-9898 or visit https://comedyhouse.us/b-t-kingsley/.
November 16 – “Silent Voices Silent No More” at the Tapps Center for the Arts. Presented by Homeless Helping Homeless, this will be an evening of music, spoken word, dance, theater, and visual art by homeless artists and based on the life experiences of Columbia’s homeless community, with a silent auction and light refreshments included, with all proceeds going directly to the performers so come out and help these individuals get a foothold to stability in their lives. For more information call (803) 988-0013 or visit https://www.tappsartscenter.com/event/homeless-helping-homeless-presents-silent-voices-silent-no-more/.
November 16 – “Bone Thugs-n-Harmony” at the Music Farm. This hip hop band from Cleveland has been revered for their tremendous skill and talent. For more information visit https://www.musicfarm.com/event/1554284-bone-thugs-n-harmony-columbia/.
November 16 – Vista Lights in the Vista. Get into the holiday spirit, with the lighting of the Vista Christmas tree, live entertainment and performances, and over 90 shops, galleries and restaurants showcasing their “holiday treasures and delicious dishes” to begin getting you into the holiday spirit. For more information call (803) 269-5946 or visit https://www.vistacolumbia.com/events/vista-lights.
November 16 – 17 – USC Fall Dance Concert at the Koger Center for the Arts. Come see and support the talented dancers from USC presenting classics as well as contemporary pieces. For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=438.
November 17 – “Irma Thomas, The Blind Boys from Alabama & The Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet” at the Harbison Theatre. All of these talented musicians will touch you with their “musical master”. For more information call (803) 407-5011 or visit https://www.harbisontheatre.org/tickets-productions/irma-thomas-blind-boys-alabama-preservation-hall-legacy-quintet.
November 17 – “Atlas Road Crew” at the Music Farm. They’re back to once again give you a fantastic show! For more information visit https://www.musicfarm.com/event/1515199-atlas-road-crew-columbia/.
November 17 – 19 – Festival of Trees at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. This wonderful holiday fundraising event for the Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital will give you a chance to put together a tree or wreath to donate for the silent auction, come out and place a bit on a tree or wreath yourself, or just come out and view the amazing creations others in the area have put together. For more information call (803) 434-7275 or visit http://events.palmettohealthfoundation.org/site/Calendar?id=100361&view=Detail#.WfPucmhSyyJ.
November 17 – 19 – “Don DC Curry” at the Comedy House. Here is a great opportunity to destress and enjoy an evening of laughter and fun with this hilarious comedian! For more information call (803) 798-9898 or visit https://comedyhouse.us/don-dc-curry/.
November 17 – 19 – Gem, Mineral, and Jewelry Show at the Jamil Temple. If you love jewelry, making jewelry, or just enjoy gems and minerals, this will be a fun event for you and you just might find a holiday gift or two during your visit. For more information visit https://www.cgms.rocks/.
November 18 – Holiday Market at Crooked Creek Park in Chapin. Sign up to sell your wares, or come out and work on that holiday shopping list with one of a kind items made by local crafters and artisans. For more information call (803) 345-6181 or visit http://www.icrc.net/holiday-market-at-crooked-creek-park-2017-11-18.
November 18 – Keg Fest at the Icehouse Amphitheater. This craft brew festival will include over 20 craft breweries with live music from Lexington locals, to include The Nick Clyburn Band and The Kenny George Band with food truck vendors also on-site. For more information call (803) 358-7275 or visit http://icehouseamphitheater.com/events/.
November 18 – “Soul Power” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This film captures the Zaire 1974 concert that united BB King, James Brown, & Bill Withers with renowned African musicians to include Miriam Makemba and Afrisa with fabulous musical performances and powerful discussions of global racism. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/soul-power/.
November 18 – “Susto” and “The Travelin’ Kline” at the Music Farm. This will be another evening with some awesome music and fun! For more information visit https://www.musicfarm.com/event/1542195-susto-columbia/.
November 18 – Run for the Troops at the West Columbia Riverwalk and Amphitheater. This is a 5K walk/run to memorialize the events of 9/11/01 with proceeds to benefit veterans and first responders physical or emotional injuries as a result of their service. For more information call (803) 814-5858 or visit https://www.runforourtroops.com/.
November 18 – Chapin Band Holiday Market & Silent Auction at the Chapin High School in Chapin. You’ll have the chance to shop at 50 local vendor and crafter booths with everything from homemade goods to holiday items, with a number of food truck vendors on hand to take care of the appetite you build during your shopping excursion so come out and have a great time. For more information call (803) 575-5400 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/115113089194135/.
November 18 – 22, 24 – Dec. 23, & Dec. 26 – 30 – Lights Before Christmas at the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. You will be totally mesmerized by the beautiful and amazing light displays at this favorite annual holiday event! For more information call (803) 779-8717 or visit https://www.riverbanks.org/events/lights-before-christmas.shtml.
November 19 – South Carolina Oyster Festival at the Robert Mills House and Historic Gardens. This day filled with fun for the entire family will include all things oysters, as well as other food, loads of live entertainment, arts and craft vendors, and plenty for the kids to do. For more information call (803) 252-2128 or visit http://scoysterfest.com/.
November 20 – Sleigh Bell Stroll at Saluda Shoals Park. The lights are up so before the cars start to roll in, come take a family fun walk through the Park. For more information call (803) 731-5208 or visit http://www.icrc.net/sleigh-bell-stroll-2017-11-20.
November 20 – “Mr. Gaga” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This documentary is the story of the artistic director, Ohad Naharin, taking portions of over eight years of his career showing his “great artistic integrity and extraordinary vision” with some “breathtaking” dance sequences included. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/mr-gaga/.
November 21 – Sleigh Bell Trot at Saluda Shoals Park. Here is your chance to enjoy a 4 mile run amid the beautiful lights before they open to the vehicular traffic. For more information call (803) 731-5208 or visit http://www.icrc.net/sleigh-bell-trot-2017-11-21.
November 21 – “Desert Hearts” at the Nickelodeon Theater. This is the adaptation of the beloved novel by Jane Rule with the film groundbreaking upon its release in 1986. For more information call (803) 254-8234 or visit http://nickelodeon.org/films/desert-hearts/.
November 21 – 22 – “The Sound of Music” at the Koger Center for the Arts. Presented by Broadway in Columbia, you will not want to miss one of the best musicals of all time just in time for the holidays! For more information call (803) 777-7500 or visit http://www.kogercenterforthearts.com/event.php?id=502.