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January 27, 2011

Lexington/Columbia, S.C Things to do January 27 – February 3, 2011

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Lexington/Columbia, S.C Things to do January 27 – February 3, 2011

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The Presence of Absence: Columbia Museum of Art

Now through Sunday, January 23, 2011
This is the last weekend for this very interesting show. If you are a fan of unique artistic expression, you’ll be captivated. Dill’s work can be both ephemeral and spiritual, drawing on her travels in India and her interest in Buddhism, as she uses bronze, photography, poetry, thread, wire and paper to sculpt figures and build tapestries. Her pieces give visual form to poetic texts by Emily Dickinson, Salvador Espriu, Franz Kafka and others. For Dill, words are her ‘spiritual armor’ and she freely stitches and weaves them across the surfaces of her multi-layered works.
Columbia Museum of Art in downtown Columbia.

Opera Noire of New York: Township Auditorium

Friday, January 28, 2011
Opera Noire of New York is a performing arts company, as well as a resource and network for African-American artists. The group consists of all African American opera singers. Opera Noire of NY will perform opera scenes by 4 of the most popular & famous composers (Puccini, Bizet, Mozart, & Verdi) as well as spirituals, work songs, & selections from Broadway musicals.
Township Auditorium

Chinese Tea House: Richland County Public Library, St. Andrews Branch

Saturday, January 29, 2011
Learn to identify types of tea leaves and make a good cup of tea taking advantage of customs accumulated and shaped throughout China’s long history. Meanwhile experience the relaxing atmosphere in a simulated Chinese tea house. Co-sponsored by the Confucius Institute of USC.
More info.

Rocketman : Koger Center for the Arts

Saturday, January 29, 2011
Performed by the Columbia, SC based rock quartet Tokyo Joe, the
Rocket Man Tribute conforms to the model of a real Elton John concert. While going to great lengths to wear costumes that are exact replicas of those worn by Elton himself, and to entertain visually with state of the art lighting, Rocket Man is ultimately about the songs that are like a soundtrack to the lives of so many people. Koger Center for the Arts

Daddy Daughter Dance

Thursday, February 3, 2011
Young ladies and their dads or grandfathers can enjoy this special date night together. The evening includes a candlelight dinner followed by lots of dancing. Enjoy a memory photo and a goody bag. Space is limited and tickets must be purchased in advance. Ages 4–12
Crooked Creek Park in Chapin.

Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey: Colonial Life Arena

Thursday Feb. 3 – Sunday Feb. 6, 2011
Ladies and Gentlemen…Children of All Ages… The Greatest Show On Earth just got Greater. This monumental, once in a lifetime event celebrates 200 years of P.T. Barnum, featuring 130 performers from six continents, almost 100,000 pounds of performing pachyderms, cowboys, pirates and mermaids, it’s a super-sized spectacle so massive you just can’t miss it… a celebration so big, it’s been 200 years in the making, and worth every second! Don’t miss the All Access Pre-Show! The pre-show starts one-hour prior to showtime (except 10:30am show) and is available to all ticket-holders. See animals up close, visit with performers, get autographs, try on costumes, and enjoy the circus fun. Go behind the scenes at the Animal Open House. Open to all ticket-holders, one hour prior to showtime. Learn about circus animals, see how they live, eat, and play.
Colonial Life Arena

Cinderella: Koger Center for the Arts

Friday February 4, 2011 – Saturday February 5, 2011
Fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you… especially if you’re in the audience at
Columbia City Ballet’s Cinderella.
Like its ballet sibling Romeo & Juliet, Cinderella was composed by Sergei Prokofiev during World War II and was first performed by the Bolshoi in 1945. The production, based on the French fairy tale as told by Charles Perrault, centers on the theme of a young girl’s honesty and modesty triumphing over the greed and arrogance of her stepsisters and stepmother. This classic features Regina Willoughby and Mark Krieger in the lead roles, with the comic brilliance of the stepsisters portrayed by two local actors en travesti. See how the young heroine finds love and triumphs over the greed and scorn of her stepfamily as she discovers how one shoe can change her life. “Handsomely produced and marvelously danced, Cinderella made every fan’s wishes come true.” Savannah Morning News

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Fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you…especially if you’re in the audience at Columbia City Ballet’s full-length production of Cinderella. Audiences will fall in love with the sheer artistry of the dancing, the comic brilliance of the stepsisters and the magical, clearly-portrayed story that make the production the perfect family outing and a great ballet for first-timers. Don’t miss the joys and sorrows of the humble dreamer Cinderella, the ardent Prince, the wicked stepmother and the coquettish sisters in this French fairy tale of love, jealousy and fine footwear. One shoe can change your life.

Columbia Community Cash: Shop Locally & Save!
Shopping at local merchants never looked so good! There is a lot to be excited about. Register NOW – Free community membership! Get a Free $25 community cash voucher Buy community certificates at 60% off Cash back rewards program Play community games & Win prizes Shop with us – Everyone wins! You save money when you shop locally. Help your community grow strong again!

Lake Murray Cruises wants you to celebrate with your special someone FOR A VALENTINE CRUISE!
TWO TO CHOOSE FROM!
FEBRUARY 13th: Cruise from 2:00 to 4:00
Buffet-style meal with a Carving Station
Free Long-Stem Rose for Each Couple
Cost is $39.00 per person

February 14th: Cruise from 7:00 to 9:30
Buffet-style Meal with a Carving Station
Long-Stem Rose for Each Couple
Glass of Champagne or Non-Alcoholic Substitute
Cost is $95 per couple.
Call to Book Your Tickets Today! 803.730.3044–Get a FREE glass of wine when you mention this ad!

Lexington Community Cash: Shop Locally & Save!
Shopping at local merchants never looked so good! There is a lot to be excited about. Register NOW – Free community membership! Get a Free $25 community cash voucher Buy community certificates at 60% off Cash back rewards program Play community games & Win prizes Shop with us – Everyone wins! You save money when you shop locally. Help your community grow strong again!
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Lace up your big floppy clown sneakers, grab your red nose and meet us at Colonial Life Arena for the 5th Annual Red Nose Run. The Palmetto Grand Prix 10k will begin at 8 a.m. with the 5k beginning at 8:15 a.m. Both courses are professionally managed by Strictly Running and will tour through Columbia’s beautiful and historic downtown, including the USC Campus and The Vista. The Red Nose Run benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities of Columbia
Pre-register at
strictlyrunning.com! Pre-registered packet pick-up will take place at Strictly Running from January 26-28 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Race day registration and packet pick-up will be at Colonial Life Arena from 6:45 a.m. to 7:30 a.m

Jan. 31 – Final Day to Register Your Scouts for Scout Day at Manns Simon Cottage is February 5! See how more than 60,000 artifacts discovered during an archaeological dig at Mann-Simons Cottage can tell us stories about the family. Learn how archaeologists determine what people ate, tools they used, objects they owned, and even where previous buildings were identified. Activities include marking buildings that were previously on the lot, viewing many of the artifacts discovered in the archaeological digs, and visiting the lab used to clean and reassemble the artifacts. Historic Columbia Foundation

Jan. 31 – Final Day to Register Your Kids for Bon Apetite!
Hey parents! Drop off the kids and enjoy a night out on Friday, February 4. Your budding chef (ages 9-13) will get active and prepare kid tested recipes with healthy, fresh ingredients that even the pickiest of eaters will like. For more information or to register, please call Jamie Cathey at (803) 754-6720 ext. 237 or email at
events@rcrc.state.sc.us. Richland County Recreation

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