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July 14, 2011

Lexington/Columbia, S.C. Things to do July 15 – 21, 2011

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Lexington/Columbia, S.C. Things to do July 15 – 21, 2011

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Come to the State Museum on Saturday and get your antiques and hand-me-downs appraised!

Museum Roadshow: South Carolina State Museum

Saturday July 16, 2011

Aunt Martha’s coin silver wine holders, Kewpie dolls, a Picasso drawing, a Japanese bayonet, a Russian samovar, an Edgar Allan Poe first edition – you never know what might turn up at the Museum Road Show! Inspired by PBS’ “Antiques Roadshow,” the program will offer informal (verbal) appraisals of a variety of objects. Museum curators and local experts will be on hand not only to discuss items, but also to provide tips on caring for the objects. Visit the SC State Museum website for more info on the Roadshow!

Appraisal Tickets Sales: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Appraisals: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

 

Cinderella: Workshop Theatre

July 15, 2011 – July 30, 2011

Workshop Theatre is excited to bring the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic Cinderella to the stage July 15-30.
The Prince is having a ball, and surprise guest Cinderella has caught his eye. But her time has run out, and now the Prince is searching high and low for the foot that fits the glass slipper. It’s an age-old classic that springs back to life this summer at Workshop, and is sure to dazzle young and old alike as Cinderella outwits her stepsisters to win the hand of the Prince.
The Prince, Cinderella and a cast of characters including the fairy godmother, spoiled stepsisters, and even magical mice will sing and dance their way into your hearts.For more information,
visit the Workshop website.

Pigskin Poets: Richland County Public Library

Friday July 15, 2011

Come join Spurrier’s SEC East Division Champion team as they help encourage children to read! Stories, games and autographs are in the lineup for the Gamecocks, who will kick off the 2011 season to an expected capacity crowd of adoring fans. The fun begins at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 15 in the Bostick Auditorium of the Main Library, 1431 Assembly St. Visit the library’s website for details.

 

Michael Kenna – Venezia: Columbia Museum of Art

Friday July 15, 2011 – October 23, 2011

This beautiful collection of haunting images was quietly made by Michael Kenna over the last 30 years. Arguably the most influential photographer of his generation, Michael Kenna comes to the Columbia Museum of Art to open this exhibit on Friday, July 15, 2011 at 7pm (doors open at 6). Meet the artist , hear him discuss his technical and aesthetic approach to the photographic medium, followed by a book signing. The exhibit opens to the public on Saturday, July 16, 2011. The exhibit features his pictures of the city of Venice. “This crumbling jewel of Northern Italy, built completely on marshland, is steeped in history and irresistibly imbued with romance. Known as “The City of Light” and “Queen of the Adriatic,” Venezia is indelibly tinged with dark intrigue, decadence and decay”. (Michael Kenna’s website) More info at the Museum of Art’s website.

 

Dollar Sunday: Historic Columbia Foundation

Sunday July 17, 2011

You blew all your spending money on fireworks last week and now you’re thinking there’s just nothing within your reach this weekend… oh, contrar, monfrar! Have you ever toured the Historic Columbia Foundation’s historic houses? You can this Sunday for a mere buckaroo! It’s a delightful step back in time with a visit to any one of these important early Columbia homes – Visit the Robert Mills House, Hampton-Preston Mansion or the Mann-Simons Cottage. $1 for admission to first house, regular admission applies to house tours after the first. Visit the HCF website for information – and spend some time on this website – it’s way cool!

The 2nd Annual Palmetto Tasty Tomato Festival: City Roots

Sunday July 17, 2011

Sustainable Midlands and Slow Food Columbia present this unique celebration of the wonderful tomato! Head down to City Roots (near Owens Field off Rosewood) on Sunday from 6pm – 9pm for some scrumptious taste-treats like Ridic crispy pork belly BLTs w/fried green ‘maters, fresh, tasty tacos, hand pies, tomato pies, heirloom tomato sandwiches, cold SC-brewed beer & icy Barefoot white wine spritzers! There will be an heirloom “tomato tasting table too” (say that fast 10 times!) Live music, tomato bobbing, kids’ art area, and a 9pm screening of “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes”! Tomato festival info here.

 

Carolina Bridal Showcase: Columbia Convention Center

Sunday July 17, 2011

Working on wedding plans? Know someone who is engaged to be married? Bring them and yourself out of the heat and into the cool comfort of the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, and enjoy the Summer Carolina Bridal Showcase, the Midlands’ only Summer Bridal Show! Visit with bridal boutiques, florists, photographers, venue representatives… everything you need to make your wedding dreams come true, all under one roof! 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Admission: $7 per person. Bridal Showcase website has the details.

 

American Idol Karaoke at Alter Ego in Lexington

Croon Your Way to Stardom & Prizes: Alter Ego Tapas & Lounge

Thursdays this Summer

DO YOU WANT TO BE THE NEXT AMERICAN IDOL KARAOKE STAR? SIGN UP STARTS 8PM THURSDAYS. Trip for two to the winner with spending money. Recording session with Pro Sound. Over $3000.00 IN CASH AND PRIZES! Plus: fabulous food while you listen! Crab cakes , American (New), American (Traditional), Burgers, Sandwiches, Tapas – all fresh and made daily Visit Alter Ego’s facebook page for information!

 

701 Whaley St. is the setting for this year’s Palmetto Palate

Palmetto Palette: 701 Whaley Street

Thursday July 21, 2011

Palmetto Palate, SC Farm Bureau’s (SCFB) fifth annual summer celebration pairing South Carolina’s best chefs with the state’s best locally grown products is scheduled for Thursday July 21 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm at 701 Whaley Street, Columbia. The event features cooking stations throughout the building featuring restaurants from around the state that routinely use South Carolina grown products on their menus. Celebrate what’s good and grown in our state and introduce yourself to some of our finest chefs and restaurants. For info, visit the SC Farm Bureau website.

 

Celebration of the Book: McMaster Gallery at the University of South Carolina

Now through August 4, 2011

You know you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but the artists on display in this exhibit appear to be encouraging you to think otherwise! Thirty-five artists’ work are represented here in book-form or some semblance thereof, including accordion books and scrolls. You’ll find plastic, fabric, glass, wood, leather, metal and found objects have been used to create these one-of-a-kind books. The exhibit is co-sponsored by the Southeast Association for Book Arts and is showing through Aug. 4 at McMaster Gallery in the USC Art Department, 1615 Senate St. Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday–Friday. More information at USC’s website.

 

Outdoor Concerts and Movies This Week!

On Friday, July 15, The Casual Kings entertain at the Village at Sandhill Town Center with rock, funk and soul; Finlay Park is the venue for Friday night’s screening of the film Nim’s Island as well as Saturday’s Concert in the Park featuring Terence Young.

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Save the Date – Second Annual Jewelry Makers Market!: Unforgettable Fine Jewelry

Thursday July 28, 2011

Join Unforgettable Fine Jewelry, located at 2511 Devine Street, as they clear out their jewelry cases again for ten local jewelry artists to display their creations in the Second Annual Jewelry Makers Market! Enjoy great prices on jewelry and accessories starting at $25.00. Come out and support local talent and leave with a one-of-a-kind work of art! Learn more here.

Mommy and Me: Our Hands Together

Every Other Monday Morning: July and August, 2011

Help your child discover the fun and sense of accomplishment that comes with creating art! Kids will paint a ceramic based upon a story read in class, $8. Call 803-749-0011 or email sheri@ourhandstogether.com to register. Classes require pre-registration. Visit the Our Hands Together website for class schedule and details.

 

 

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: Town Theatre

Now – July 23, 2011

Take an incredible ride with one of the most wonderful families of all time! A widowed, absent-minded, unsuccessful inventor saves a “has been” racing car from the scrap heap at the request of his darling children. He fixes the car up – and boy does he ever – as not only does it run again, it floats and flies! It certainly impresses a beautiful lady who becomes smitten with the entire Potts family. Who would not want such a fantastic car? The Baron and Baroness of Vulgaria certainly do! The royals hire two bumbling spies to kidnap the inventor, but instead they grab Grandpa Potts. The mission becomes to save Grandpa, but in doing so, they must avoid being taken by the Childcatcher whose job is to “make Vulgaria a more beautiful place to live” by making sure no children roam the streets freely! The whole family will love this fantasmagorical Broadway musical! Visit the Town Theatre website for more information!

Smokey Joe’s Cafe: Trustus Theatre

Now – July 28, 2011

Leiber and Stoller, as much as anyone, virtually invented rock ‘n’ roll, and now their songs provide the basis for an electrifying entertainment that illuminates a golden age of American culture. In an idealized 50’s setting, the classic themes of love won, lost and imagined blend with hilarious set-pieces and slice-of-life emotions. Featuring nearly 40 of the greatest songs ever recorded, SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE isn’t just great pop music – it’s compelling musical theatre. Shows: Thursdays through Sundays only. Visit Trustus website.

 

 

The Princess and the Pea: Columbia Children’s Theatre

Now through July 28, 2011
Join CCT’s vagabond band of actors as they present the Hans Christian Andersen story like you’ve never seen before! Told in the commedia dell’arte style of last season’s wildly popular “Pinocchio,” Columbine, Arlequino, Punchin, Rosetta, and Pantalone are back with physical humor and witty banter that breathe new life and energy into this classic tale. Visit the
CCT website for more info.

Purple Martin Sunset Dinner Cruises: Spirit of Lake Murray

Thursday July 14, 2011, Sunday July 17, 2011, Tuesday July 26, 2011 (Caribbean Night), Sunday August 7, 2011, Tuesday August 9, 2011, Tuesday August 23, 2011

When the purple martins arrive at Bomb Island each evening at dusk, swirls of thousands of birds fill the sky before they settle into the trees to roost. It’s an amazing sight, and one that attracts birders from around the country to see. A spectacle of nature right here in our own backyard. Treat yourself and your family to one of the Spirit of Lake Murray’s “Purple Martin Sunset Dinner Cruises” this summer, and enjoy a 2 1/2 hour boat ride, a delicious meal and create a special memory! For information, visit the Spirit of Lake Murray website.

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