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June 10, 2010

Lexington/Columbia, S.C. Things To Do June 11 – 17, 2010

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This Week's Top 10 Things To Do in Columbia SC | Events Columbia SC

June 11 – 17, 2010

 
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Through Saturday, June 12. Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it all for you. This play revolves around Sister Mary Ignatius as she explains the basic tenets of Catholicism. Sister Mary’s unwavering dogma combined with the absurdist nature of the play add elements of biting comedy. 8 pm | $12. Visit Trustus Theatre for more information.
 
 Through Sunday, June 13. Dexter Tucker at the Comedy House. Dexter’s appearances on BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Robert Townsend: Partner in Crime show that he is a rising comedy star with a natural born talent to entertain! Visit the Comedy House Theatre for show times and more information. 

     

Friday, June 11. Music Saves Lives. Five Points has teamed up with the Red Cross and Music Saves Lives to host a blood drive at the Five Points Fountain from 11AM to 4PM. The drive will be offering a number of great incentives to give blood including a chance to win one of three fabulous cruises, a VIP pass to the Vans Warped Tour, free snacks and goody bags and special discounts and offers from Five Points retailers. Visit Five Points for more information.

Friday, June 11. Free Wine Tastings! The knowledgeable staff of Sam’s Fine Wine will be on site to answer all of your questions and help you expand your appreciation of wines. Village at Sandhill Location | 103-2 Forum Drive and the Lexington Location | 5050 Sunset Blvd. Both tastings are from 4-7 pm. Call 808-1830 or visit Sam’s Fine Wine for more information!

Saturday, June 12. Weaving Demonstration. Learn about the exquisite art of tapestries with Medieval tapestry scholar Dirk Holger when he leads a gallery talk through Imperial Splendor: Renaissance Tapestries from Vienna. Artists Tommye Scanlin and Pat Williams demonstrate the art of weaving. Free with admission or membership | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.. Visit the Columbia Museum of Art for more information.

     

Saturday, June 12. Free Concert! The Finlay Park Summer Concert Series is on for another great year. Check out Elliott & The Untouchables at the first of many concerts! 8-10 pm | Finlay Park (930 Laurel Street) | Through August 7. Visit the City of Columbia for more information.

Saturday, June 12. Let’s Celebrate Flag Day! Bring your family out to celebrate an early Flag Day with us. In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation establishing June 14 as Flag Day. President Wilson lived in Columbia for a time during his youth and his father taught at the Columbia Theological Seminary, now known as the Robert Mills House. During Family Day, children can make Popsicle stick flags, a patriotic pinwheel, and participate in a contest to win a United States flag. Also, create pocket flags to send to an overseas soldier. 12-2 pm | Robert Mills House and Gardens (1616 Blanding Street). Visit the Historic Columbia Foundation for more information.

Wednesday, June 16. Paddle the Columbia Canal! River Runner Outdoor Center invites you to join in the fun on their weekly kayak trip down Columbia’s Historic Canal. You will notice birds and various aquatic critters along the one-hour trip. 5:30-8 pm. Visit River Runner for more information.

     

Thursday, June 17. Vista After 5. Dance away the night to the tunes of the The Legends of Beach. All concerts are free and open to the public. Parking area behind Jillian’s – 800 Gervais Street. Visit Vista After 5 for more information.

Thursday, June 17. Gulf Fisherman Fundraiser. Terra and Chef Mike Davis will offer a three-course, Gulf-inspired menu for $25 to raise funds for Gulf Aid, a nonprofit established in response to the Gulf Coast oil spill. This event at the restaurant will culminate in a cocktail hour on the patio from 6-8 p.m. Tickets will be available for $20, and wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Reservations recommended but not required. Guests who would like to give to Gulf Aid, but enjoy other Terra dishes, may add a donation onto their Terra bill June 15-17. 100 State Street. Visit Terra for more information.

 
 
 
 
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