Lexington/Columbia Things to do June 9, 2017

    Film, Food and Music

     

    Imagine being able to see a time when morale and spirits were high in the United States. Imagine a time right after the end of the second World War and The Great Depression.  But imagine the death of a little old lady changing your life forever. Come and see the show opening of Second Samuel on June 9 to experience the story! Second Samuel is showing at the Village Square Theatre on June 9-11 and 15-17. It is directed by Jeff Sigley and tickets are only ten dollars. But if you can’t make this show, don’t worry! Village Square Theatre is producing several shows over the course of the year. To get a better value for your money, buy a Season Pass to view your favorite shows. Click the following the link for more information: http://villagesquaretheatre.com/index.html

     

    Come to to the first film food festival! This film festival is hosted by both The South Carolina State Museum and Farm To Table Event Co. It features farmers, food historians, and chefs cultivating discussion, as well as more than twenty films centered around agriculture, food and drink. Tickets are seventy-five dollars on the nights of June 8 and 9, but only fourty dollars for the luncheon on June 9. They must be purchased in advance, either online at scmusuem.org/feastfilm/ or over the phone at 898-4978. The food served is from local, South Carolinian chefs and signature beer, wine and cocktails will be served Thursday and Friday night. Live music will also be preformed by John Emil on Thursday night and Danielle Howle on Friday night. Don’t miss this unique event to experience the individuality of South Carolina foods. Click the link above for more information.

     

    Guitarist galore can be found at the Southern Guitar Fest on June 10 and 11. While it is partly a competition, it is also an opportunity for guitarists to receive free lectures and workshops to improve their art. On June 10, Miroslav Loncar will give a lecture for parents and educators, Silvio Octavian Ciulei will help others explore career opportunities in music, Amos Hoffman hosts a workshop on Jazz, David Mathisen provides information on creating your own audio and video recordings, and finally a concert by Maharajeah Flamenco Trio. On June 11, there will be a guitar-making presentation, a thorough conversation on how synergy and financial security can be controlled in music, a concert featuring Jesus Serrano, and a concert by SGFX Ensemble 1st prize winners W.E. violin and guitar duo. So come to the Main Branch of the Richland Library to be completely submersed in guitar culture and gain knowledge in music you never would have thought of before. See http://southernguitarfest.com for more information.

     

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