Elmo and his Sesame Street friends put on this show with singing, dancing, and overall family friendly fun. Great for kids, tickets start at just $15 and for an additional $25 ticket holders can meet the cast of the show and participate in a scavenger hunt for prizes. Click here for showtimes, tickets, and additional info.
What an awesome 10-day festival hosted by the most authentic Irish pub in South Carolina! O’Hara’s Public House in downtown Lexington offers traditional foods, beverages and music during this great celebration of its Irish heritage and St. Paddy’s Day! See a complete list of foods, drink, discounts and entertainment during the festival here.
Presented by the BIA of Central SC and Burgin Roofing, the 54th annual Carolina Classic Home & Garden Show is the biggest and only locally-produced home show in the Midlands. Over 200 exhibitors, products, and services for your home and garden will be present. Learn techniques, register to win prizes, eat fair-style food, and more. Ticket prices vary per day, click here for that information and more about the event.
Welcome spring with another wonderful year of the Irish Fling in downtown Newberry! There will be festive music, Irish food and drink specials, kids corner, a leprechaun scavenger hunt and more! This event is free and open to the public.More here.
“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!” Mary Poppins is flying into town! Throughout the remainder of March, the beloved classic will be performed at Town Theatre. Click here for times, tickets, and additional info.
Need an excuse to clean out your garage, attic, kids rooms, and closets? Looking for some awesome bargains and treasures? Come to Crooked Creek Park to join this indoor yard sale as a vendor or a shopper! On sale day, doors open to vendors at 6:30 a.m. and to buyers at 7 a.m.
Throughout the historic neighborhood of Cottontown, over 50 artists and crafters will set up on front porches and lawns. Paintings, jewelry, sculptures, pottery and other creations will all be available for purchase. Parking will be free at the marked parking lot at the intersection of Sumter and Scott streets and throughout the neighborhood.More info.
Live music will play outside all day at Columbia’s Live Music Block followed by Parmalee and inside Tin Roof with The Jump Cut. Tickets are $5. If purchased in advanced this includes Green Beer. Ticketing and information.
The first nature talk of 2020 is here, starring Rudy Mancke! With the Spring Equinox almost upon us, come listen to Rudy’s enlightening nature talk that mixes entertainment and education! At the McKissick Museum located on the Historic Horseshoe at USC. For curious minds, feel free to bring questions to ask Rudy. No animals allowed. Free to the public.
Celebrate an evening of all-things-Spring with crafts and conversation. Participants will get to create their own decorative door-hangings, learn about this Vernal Equinox and discover how spring is welcomed around the world. Registration required. (803) 798-7880 ext. 3.
Tuesday March 17 & Wednesday March 18 7pm Presented by the Koger Center for the Arts, one of the largest and most prestigious mountain festivals in the world comes to Columbia! The festival features a collection of environmental and action films. Experience nature and adventure on film! Tickets are $15; buy here.
If you love poetry and want to start Women’s History Month off right, visit The White Mule on Saluda Avenue to enjoy some grooves and poetry, featuring 2019 Queen of the South slam champion Sassy the Poet and Fayetteville’s Lovely Lexy G. The timeless Vasaboo Group will be back to play for the night. Advanced tickets are $5, and only $10 at the door. For more information, visit here.
Just launched by McGuinn Hybrid Homes, Cannon Springs offers today’s families just what they are looking for – open floor plans, gourmet kitchens, great schools, and convenient location! And affordable homes beginning at $165,900! Get more information and links to current inventory here.