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September 11, 2009

Lexington/Columbia, S.C. Things To Do September 11-17th 2009

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Lexington/Columbia, S.C. Things To Do
September 11-17th 2009

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Opening Friday, September 11. The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told. A Trustus Theatre classic returns to the mainstage! A stage manager, headset and prompt book at hand, brings the house lights to half, then dark, and cues the creation of the world. Performances through October 3. Visit Trustus Theatre for more information.

Friday, September 11. Friday Night Out. We are putting a twist on date night. Join us for a couple’s hands-on cooking class. With a new healthy theme each month, there is something to interest everyone. This month we will be grilling with a healthy twist. Bring your spouse, friend or family member and an apron. No cooking experience needed. Call 1-877-256-5381 to enroll or visit Providence Hospitals for more information.

Friday, September 11. Elmo and Grover Visit EdVenture! Two of Sesame Street’s best-loved characters will be here at 11am! Come to EdVenture to see these two characters dance, play and sign autographs – all followed by a fun art activity! Join us for the FREE program! No reservations are required. Elmo and Grover are both part of “Elmo’s Green Thumb”, a three day production that will be shown at the Colonial Life Arena September 11-13. Visit EdVenture for more information.


Friday, September 11-Saturday, September 12. Aiken’s Makin’. Come out for the 33rd Annual showcase of 300 vendors featuring pottery, woodcrafts, furniture, baskets, stained glass, quilts, clothing, needlecrafts, toys, jewelry, ceramics, art and many other items! Don’t miss out on the yummy food, entertainment and fun for the whole family! Sponsored by Shaw Areva Mox Services. Visit Aiken’s Makin’ for more information.

Friday, September 11-Sunday, September 13. Sesame Street Live. Sunny isn’t just the weather forecast on Sesame Street – it’s also the name of Elmo’s sunflower friend! Join all your favorite friends on an amazing adventure as they help Elmo find a new home for Sunny when Sesame Street Live “Elmo’s Green Thumb” performs at Colonial Life Arena Friday, September 11 through Sunday, September 13. Visit the Colonial Life Arena for more information.

Saturday, September 12. 2009 Jubilee: Festival of Heritage. The festival features a variety of activities including hands-on demonstrations from some of the regions most skilled artists and craftsmen, musical entertainment including African drumming, R&B, jazz, and gospel, and vendors with African-influenced and traditional merchandise. Visitors can enjoy tours of the Mann-Simons Cottage, African-American heritage sites tours, and many other activities throughout the day. Visit the Historic Columbia Foundation for more information.






Saturday, September 12. Viva La Vista. Viva la Vista will showcase award-winning restaurants such as Blue Marlin, Motor Supply Company, Liberty Tap Room, SakiTumi, Ruth’s Chris, and a score more. There’s no admission fee to this food festival that allows you to sample Southern and International cuisine, wine, artisanal beers, all the while listening to live music and other entertainment. Where else in the universe can you have a Ruth’s Chris steak sandwich or a rare lamb chop from Ristorante Divino for only $4? Visit Visa La Vista for more information.

Saturday, September 12. Free Times Music Crawl. Thirty-two Bands. Six Stages. Five Bucks. Lots of food and even more fun! Visit the Free Times to check out the bands that will be performing.

Saturday, September 12. All in a Family. Various instrumental families are featured in the first half: brass in the majestic fanfare by French composer Paul Dukas, woodwinds and horns in the gorgeous Serenade by Richard Strauss (at age 17), and strings in the wild and hypnotic Orawa by Polish composer Kilar, who’s best known for his film scores including Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Visit the SC Philharmonic for more information.


Sunday, September 13. Bubbies Brisket Bake-Off. This cook-off will surely leave you stuffed! You will enjoy a five course meal, featuring the best food from the best cooks Beth Shalom has to offer. Featuring six competitive categories of cooking including appetizers, matza ball soup, casserole/ vegetables, challah and desserts! Visit Beth Shalom for more information.

Thursday, September 17-Sunday, September 20. Columbia Greek Festival. One of the Southeast’s biggest Greek extravaganzas with all you’d expect and more including food, music, giftware, and a sidewalk art show. Call 803-461-0248 or visit Columbia Greek Festival for more information.


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