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TUESDAY, JULY 7

LASER SALUTE TO AMERICA: Monday – Friday, Monday, 2:30 p.m.; 7 p.m. uncover Tuesday nights. Saturday, 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Celebrates a suggestion of America and honors a heroes by nationalistic songs by several artists set to laser lights including: “Only in America” by Brooks Dunn, “ROCK in a USA” by John Mellencamp, “Living in America” by James Brown and “Where a Stars and Stripes and a Eagles Fly” by South Carolina’s possess Aaron Tippin. Show run time: 30 minutes. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921; http://www.scmuseum.org

SECOND SHIFT TWOSDAY: Tuesday, 5-10 p.m. In a jubilee of a story of a building and a indent workers who decades ago worked a second shift, a museum has extended a Tuesday hours. And now that a days are removing longer a look-out will be open until 10 p.m. Explore a night sky by a museum’s ancestral Alvan Clark telescope. Observing is enclosed with museum ubiquitous admission. General acknowledgment after 5 p.m. is dual for $10; a Boeing Observatory will be open until 10 p.m. for night observation (planet sport for Venus, Jupiter and Saturn). The State Museum, 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921; http://www.scmuseum.org

WEDNESDAY, JULY 8

IN AND OUT OF THE WILD: ANIMALS IN ART: Wednesday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Exhibition of 16 artists in all media whose work focuses on a universe of non-plant, non-human vital things in a universe we share. Gallery West, 118 State St.,West Columbia. (803) 207-9265, sara@gallerywestcolumbia.com

DRAG BINGO: Wednesday, 8 p.m. Patti O’Furniture hosts “drag bingo” during a Comedy House. Outrageous fun for everyone! Proceeds advantage WXRY 99.3 Signal Booster Campaign. Adult beverages, bingo, prizes, round verifying divas and more! $10 in advance. $15 during a door. 2768 Decker Blvd. (803) 798-9898

THURSDAY, JULY 9

MOVIES AT THE OPERA HOUSE: “Muppets Most Wanted,” 10 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m. Thursday during a Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St., Sumter. $1. (803) 436-2616; sumteroperahouse.com

SC MEDICARE AND I-CARE: Thursday, 11:30 a.m. –12:30 p.m. Information on I-CARE (Insurance Counseling Assistance and Referrals for Elders) program. I-CARE is a giveaway word conversing and assistance module for people on Medicare. Seminar is giveaway and open to a public. Presented by Sheila Bell-Ford from a Central Midlands Council of Governments. RSVP: (803) 779-1971 x 12

LINCOLN: THE CONSTITUTION AND THE CIVIL WAR: Thursday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tells a story of how Lincoln used a Constitution to confront 3 intertwined crises of a Civil War. The muster is comprised of panels featuring minute reproductions of strange documents, including a breeze of Lincoln’s initial initial speech, a Emancipation Proclamation and a Thirteenth Amendment. Free to a public. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921; http://www.scmuseum.org

TYRONE GETER: BLACK!: Thursday, 7-9 p.m. artist reception. Recent works by a artist who combines draftsmanship with assemblage and designation elements producing a confidant physique of work that offers absolute perspectives on a black American experience. Members of 701 CCA can attend during no cost. $5 is suggested for all non-members. 701 Whaley St. Sheldon Paschal, (803) 319-9949, info@701cca.org.

“DREAMGIRLS”: 7:30 p.m. Thursday during Trustus Theatre, 520 Lady St. Performances on a Thigpen Man Stage by Aug. 1. Show times are 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays; a talk-back will follow a Jul 26 performance. Tickets are $35; troops and seniors, $33; students, $25; half-price tyro rush tickets accessible 15 mins before to curtain. (803) 254-9732; www.trustus.org

HISTORIC COLUMBIA CEMETERY TOURS: Thursday during Elmwood Cemetery, 501 Elmwood Ave. Grab your flashlight for guided tours of one of Columbia’s oldest cemeteries and learn centuries of stories etched in mill on a markers and headstones found in Elmwood’s acres of delicately designed grounds. Secrets from a Grave tours start during 7:30 p.m. so guest can investigate a black found on many of a markers and headstones. Moonlight Cemetery Tours, during 8 and 8:30 p.m., will cover a lives, burials, tomb plots and tombstones of families and distinguished adults from Columbia’s 19th and 20th centuries. $12; youth, $6; Historic Columbia members, $8/$4. (803) 252-1770, ext. 23 or email reservations@historiccolumbia.org

FRIDAY, JULY 10

LINCOLN: THE CONSTITUTION AND THE CIVIL WAR: Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tells a story of how Lincoln used a Constitution to confront 3 intertwined crises of a Civil War—the secession of Southern states, labour and wartime polite liberties. The muster is comprised of panels featuring minute reproductions of strange documents, including a breeze of Lincoln’s initial initial speech, a Emancipation Proclamation and a Thirteenth Amendment. Free to a public. S.C. State Museum, 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921; http://www.scmuseum.org

CITY OF COLUMBIA SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: “The Book of Life,” 7 p.m. Friday during Riverfront Park, 712 Laurel St. Come early for face painting, games and more. Blankets, grass chairs and coolers welcome, no potion containers or alcoholic beverages allowed. (803) 545-3100

MOVIES AT THE OPERA HOUSE: “The Hobbit,” 7 p.m. Friday during a Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St., Sumter. $1. (803) 436-2616; sumteroperahouse.com

PRIME TIME IN THE PARKS: 8-11 p.m. Friday during Pinehurst Park, 2300 Pinehurst Road, and Lorick Park, 1600 Lorick Ave. Late-night teen module for ages 13-18 facilities games, sports, music, refreshments and more. Free, sponsored by a Columbia Parks and Recreation Department. (803) 545-3100; columbiasc.net/parks-recreation

SATURDAY, JULY 11

WEST COLUMBIA COMMUNITY MARKET AND YARD SALE: Saturday, 7 a.m.-noon. The Giving Tree Thrift Store, 1470 Charleston Hwy, West Columbia. Join for a morning of food and fun for a family with good deals for a good cause. Raising supports for Give Kids The World, www.GKTW.org. Sign adult for a counter for usually $10.Bring your possess tent/table. https://givingtree.webconne

FREE DIABETES, BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENINGS: Saturday, 8-11:30 a.m., Palmetto Health Women’s Center, 1801 Sunset Dr. To find out if we validate or to register, call (803) 296-2273

DISCOVER THE DINOSAURS: 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday. Traveling interactive vaunt explores antiquated creatures and includes a dozen animatronics, fossils and genuine bones. Activities for children embody a mini archeological dig, rides, coloring station. Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln St. Tickets $16-$22; children underneath 2 are free. www.discoverthedinosaurs.com

MUSEUM ROAD SHOW: Saturday. 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Learn a value and stories behind your personal items.Whether it’s an heirloom, antique or artifact, internal experts in a accumulation of fields, including troops memorabilia, excellent art, textiles, furniture, valuables and more, will be onsite charity spontaneous written appraisals. Limit 4 equipment per person. $25 for one object ($20 members), $35 for dual equipment ($28 members), $45 for 3 equipment ($36 members) and $50 for 4 equipment ($40 members). 301 Gervais Street (803) 898-4999; www.museum.state.sc.us

SUMMER SPLASH: Saturday, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Fun day for children ages 5-12 and parents. Supervised H2O slide, sleet cones, a hotdog lunch and a sketch for doorway prizes. Trinity United Methodist Church, 1201 Mohawk Drive, West Columbia. (803) 794-7777

IN AND OUT OF THE WILD: ANIMALS IN ART: Saturday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Exhibition of 16 artists in all media whose work focuses on a universe of non-plant, non-human vital things in a universe we share. Jun 30-August 30. Gallery West, 118 State St.,West Columbia. Gallery hours: (803) 207-9265, sara@gallerywestcolumbia.com

JAMMIN IN JULY MUSIC FESTIVAL: 5-11 p.m., gates open during 4:30 p.m. Lawn chairs, blankets, coolers (no glass), and kids welcome. No pets or tents, please. Food concessions giveaway parking. 2015 Collectible Tee Shirt designed by remarkable domestic cartoonist Robert Ariail, $15. Alternate sleet location: 833 South Broad located on Broad Street in downtown Camden. $20, adults; $18 seniors and military; $4 ages 6-12; underneath 6, free. Advance tickets by Jul 10; $2 bonus on all tickets purchased during Historic Camden. 222 Broad St, Camden. (803) 432-9841

SUNDAY, JULY 12

DISCOVER THE DINOSAURS: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday. Traveling interactive vaunt explores antiquated creatures and includes a dozen animatronics, fossils and genuine bones. Activities for children embody a mini archeological dig, rides, coloring station.Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln St. Tickets $16-$22; children underneath 2 are free. www.discoverthedinosaurs.com

IN AND OUT OF THE WILD: ANIMALS IN ART: Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Exhibition of 16 artists in all media whose work focuses on a universe of non-plant, non-human vital things in a universe we share. Gallery West, 118 State St.,West Columbia. (803) 207-9265, sara@gallerywestcolumbia.com

GALLERY TOURS: Highlights of a Columbia Museum of Art collection, 2 p.m. Sunday. Guided tours yield an overview of European and American art, featuring masterpieces of a Italian Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo from a Samuel H. Kress Collection and a American galleries. Free. The museum is during 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810; http://columbiamuseum.org

ZION PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH 142ND CHURCH ANNIVERSARY: Sunday, 3 p.m. The guest orator will be Rev. Eddie Davis, Pastor of Little Zion Baptist Church. 258 Old Bluff Road, Hopkins

UPCOMING EVENTS

BARIATRIC SUPPORT GROUP: July 13. noon-1:30 p.m. The weight government core of Palmetto Health offers support groups designed to accommodate a needs of patients who are dual or some-more years post-surgery . 1501 Laurel St. (803) 376-5982

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: July 13 – Aug. 2. a State Museum will benefaction “The Polar Express 4D Experience” in a 4D theater. There will be a accumulation of South Carolina-themed holiday sell accessible during a museum store. Visit scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes. 301 Gervais Street (803) 898-4999

BARIATRIC SUPPORT GROUP: July 14. 6:30-8 p.m. The weight government core of Palmetto Health offers support groups designed to accommodate a needs of patients who are dual or some-more years post-surgery Meeting Room 2 during a Breast Health Center, 1501 Sumter St. (803) 376-5982

LINCOLN RECEPTION: July 14. 6 – 8 p.m. “Lincoln: The Constitution and a Civil War” opening reception. The accepting will underline Dr. Vernon Burton, a author of “The Age of Lincoln,” who will give a speak on Lincoln’s presidency and a constitution. Light refreshments. The accepting is enclosed with museum membership or ubiquitous admission. 301 Gervais Street (803) 898-4999; www.museum.state.sc.us

PLUTOPALOOZA: July 14. 5 p.m. The new horizons booster will be a closest it has ever been to Pluto, ensuing in a first-ever minute images of a planet. In respect of this vital milestone, a State Museum will horde a jubilee featuring a live webcast from NASA, a solar complement uncover focusing on Pluto, night watching in a Boeing Observatory and giveaway giveaways. The eventuality is enclosed with museum membership or ubiquitous admission. There is an additional price for a planetarium show. 301 Gervais Street (803) 898-4999; www.museum.state.sc.us

WEIGHT LOSS SURGERY SEMINAR: July 14. 6-7 p.m. The weight government core during palmetto health will offer a giveaway weight detriment medicine convention for people meddlesome in bariatric medicine and will examination a several forms of weight detriment medicine options and what to design during and after surgery. Palmetto Health Baptist auditorium, 1501 Sumter St. (855) 391-1120

gooutcal709 dhs IN AND OUT OF THE WILD: ANIMALS IN ART: Exhibition of 16 artists in all media whose work focuses on a universe of non-plant, non-human vital things in a universe we share. Jun 30-August 30. Gallery West, 118 State St.,West Columbia. Gallery hours: Jul 15, 11 a.m.-7 p.m (803) 207-9265, sara@gallerywestcolumbia.com

MOVIES AT THE OPERA HOUSE: “The Boxtrolls,” 10 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m. Jul 16 during a Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St., Sumter. $1. (803) 436-2616; sumteroperahouse.com

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Jul 16, 5 – 8 p.m. A organisation muster with a work of 15 artists from a United States, Germany and The Netherlands. All work will in some conform have estimable bony qualities, possibly since a work has a clever geometric member or since there are elements in a work that have those qualities as an critical partial of a piece. 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

COFFEE TALK: July 16. 6-7 p.m.“Walking: Taking Steps to a Healthier You”. The Healthy Palmetto Team is charity a array of training sessions where coffee is not only blended with a small cream and sugar, though with some health tips and contention as well. Palmetto Health Baptist, Classroom A, 1501 Sumter St. (803) 296-2273

CITY OF COLUMBIA SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: “Rio 2,” 7 p.m. Jul 17 during Riverfront Park, 712 Laurel St. Come early for face painting, games and more. Blankets, grass chairs and coolers welcome, no potion containers or alcoholic beverages allowed. (803) 545-3100

MARY POPPINS: Jul 17 – Aug 2. Things are not going good for a Banks family. Children Michael and Jane are out of control and have run off nonetheless another nanny. In a many rare way, a mysterious, though most perfect, lady appears during a doorstep — Mary Poppins! Even grown-ups can learn a doctrine or dual from a nanny who advises that “anything can occur if we let it.” Thursday – Friday during 7:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday during 3 p.m. Adults $25; Seniors (65+)/active military/college $20; Youth (17 and younger) $15. 803-799-2510, www.towntheatre.com

PRIME TIME IN THE PARKS: 8-11 p.m. Jul 17 during Greenview Park, 6700 David St., and 8-10 p.m. during Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 2300 Greene St. Late-night teen module for ages 13-18 facilities games, sports, music, refreshments and more. Free, sponsored by a Columbia Parks and Recreation Department. (803) 545-3100; columbiasc.net/parks-recreation

BRUNCH MUNCH FOOD TOUR: 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Jul 18. Two Gals and a Fork and Historic Columbia organisation adult for a walking and tasting debate of a Vista. Meet during a Columbia Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln St. Tour includes stops during Liberty Taproom, Blue Marlin, Mellow Mushroom, World of Beer and Tin Roof. Individual tickets are $38; http://www.twogalsfoodtours.com

SITES BITES FOOD TOUR: 4-6:30 p.m. Jul 18. Two Gals and a Fork and Historic Columbia organisation adult for a walking and tasting debate of a Vista. Meet during a Columbia Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln St. Tour includes stops during Pearlz Oyster Bar, Nonnah’s, SakiTumi Grill Sushi Bar, Carolina Strip Club Steakhouse and Hickory Tavern. Individual tickets, $38; http://www.twogalsfoodtours.com

CENTRAL CAROLINA MOPAR CLUB CRUISE-IN: 4-8 p.m. Jul 18 during a aged Piggly Wiggly location, Lake Murray Boulevard and Columbiana Drive. Information during mlavigne@sc.rr.com

BBQ DINNER TRAIN: Ride a Rockton Rion Western for a special dusk excursion. View a panorama from a open atmosphere car. Enjoy a bbq cooking with a family. 110 Industrial Park Rd., Winnsboro. (803) 712- 4135, www.scrm.org

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: Glenn Jones, 8-10 p.m. Jul 18 during Finlay Park, 930 Laurel St. Saturday concerts are free, blankets and grass chairs welcome, no pets allowed, vendors will be on hand. Sponsored by a Columbia Parks and Recreation Department. (803) 545-3100

HISTORIC COLUMBIA’S DOLLAR SUNDAY: 1-4 p.m. Jul 19; Richland and Lexington county residents are invited to debate a Robert Mills House, 1616 Blanding St., for only $1. Each month, HC will select one of a 4 residence museums to underline for Dollar Sunday on a rotating basis. Admission to debate additional homes is $8 for nonresidents; $5 for youth; HC members, free. Purchase tickets during a Gift Shop during Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St. (803) 252-1770, ext. 23; www.historiccolumbia.org

GALLERY TOURS: Jul 19. 2 p.m. Highlights of a Columbia Museum of Art collection. Guided tours yield an overview of European and American art, featuring masterpieces of a Italian Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo from a Samuel H. Kress Collection and a American galleries. Free. The museum is during 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810; http://columbiamuseum.org

LASER FUN: 7 P.M. Jul 21. An collection of family-friendly songs by several artists set to a laser light show. Guests will take a laser tour from The Beatles’ “Octopus’s Garden” during a bottom of a sea to a distant reaches of space in “Lost in Space” by John Williams. No matter your age, Laser Fun has songs for everyone, including “We Didn’t Start a Fire” by Billy Joel, “ABC” by Jackson 5 and “Don’t Stop” by Fleetwood Mac.

MOVIES AT THE OPERA HOUSE: “Paddington,” 10 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m. Jul 23 during a Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St., Sumter. $1. (803) 436-2616; sumteroperahouse.com

FIVE AFTER FIVE: , 6:30-10 p.m. Jul 23 during a Five Points Fountain, Saluda Avenue during Harden Street. Free, family-friendly unison array will underline internal food, humanities and crafts vendors, domestic and qualification drink selections, booze travel (complimentary wine, sales and specials in all your favorite retailers) and children’s activities (sidewalk chalk, bubbles, face portrayal and more). The concerts will be hold a fourth Thursday monthly by August. http://www.fivepointscolumbia.com

BLAKTASTIK: Jul 24-26. A three-day film, music, preparation and art festival celebrating contemporary black artistic culture. Will underline 6 films, a high propagandize film workshop, an Instagram competition, an art exhibition, giveaway unison and a college filmmaker convention with Time Spent NYC, a festival’s Artist in Residence. The Nickelodeon, 1607 Main St. (803) 254-8234; www.nickelodeon.org, www.blaktastik.com

CITY OF COLUMBIA SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: “Ferngully: The Last Rainforest,” 7 p.m. Jul 24 during Riverfront Park, 712 Laurel St. Come early for face painting, games and more. Blankets, grass chairs and coolers welcome, no potion containers or alcoholic beverages allowed. (803) 545-3100

PRIME TIME IN THE PARKS: 8-11 p.m. Jul 24 during Maxcy Gregg pool, 1655 Park Circle. Pool celebration hosted by Greenview, Martin Luther King Jr. and St. Anna’s parks. Late-night teen module for ages 13-18 facilities games, sports, music, refreshments and more. Free, sponsored by a Columbia Parks and Recreation Department. (803) 545-3100; columbiasc.net/parks-recreation

DOWNTOWN SUMTER: Musical performances. Jul 24, Root DoctorsFor some-more information, revisit www.DowntownSumter.org or call 803-436-2640.

TOM HOSKINS MEMORIAL SPRINT TRIATHLON: Jul 25. 7:30 a.m. The 6th annual Tom Hoskins Memorial Sprint Triathlon. Swim a 8 line 25 yard pool during a NW YMCA, bike Kennerly highway before a turnaround during Shady Grove Road and returning to a YMCA and run on Kennerly Road to start a 5K. We inspire we to join us for food, song and a cold H2O of a dash pad. $55 competition fee, $4.30 pointer adult fee. https://runsignup.com/Race/SC/Irmo/TomHoskinsTri

GALLERY TOURS: Jul 26. 2 p.m. Highlights of a Columbia Museum of Art collection, 2 p.m. Sundays. Guided tours yield an overview of European and American art, featuring masterpieces of a Italian Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo from a Samuel H. Kress Collection and a American galleries. Free. The museum is during 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810; http://columbiamuseum.org

BARIATRIC SUPPORT GROUP: July 27, noon-1:30 p.m. The weight government core of Palmetto Health offers a support organisation designed to accommodate a needs of patients who are dual or some-more years post-surgery . 1501 Laurel St. (803) 376-5982

4-H SEWING CLASS: Jul 28, 2015 from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm for girl ages 11-14. Registration deadline is Jul 21. $75. The price covers lunch and all materials to make a receptacle bag. Registration is initial come, initial serve; singular to 10 per class. Lexington County Clemson Extension Office, 605 West Main Street, Lexington. (803) 359-8515 ext. 0, aliviag@clemson.edu

WEIGHT LOSS SURGERY SEMINAR: July 28, noon-1 p.m., The weight government core during Palmetto Health will offer a giveaway weight detriment medicine convention for people meddlesome in bariatric medicine and will examination a several forms of weight detriment medicine options and what to design during and after surgery. Palmetto Health Baptist auditorium, 1501 Sumter St. (855) 391-1120

FREE DIABETES, BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENINGS: Jul 285:45-7 p.m.Palmetto Health Women’s Center, 1801 Sunset Dr. To find out if we validate or to register, call (803) 296-2273

BARIATRIC SUPPORT GROUP: July 28, 6:30-8 p.m. The weight government core of Palmetto Health offers a support organisation designed to accommodate a needs of patients who are dual or some-more years post-surgery Meeting Room 2 during a Breast Health Center, 1501 Sumter St. (803) 376-5982

“WHAT’S THIS WEED?”: Jul 30, 9 a.m.- noon. Participants are speedy to move weeds from their possess home landscapes for identification. Will accept a “Weeds of Southern Turfgrasses” Field Guide. $20. Clemson Extension Office, 605 West Main Street in Lexington. Vicky Bertagnolli, (803) 359-8515; Alivia Gunter (803) 359-8515 ext. 111, aliviag@clemson.edu

MOVIES AT THE OPERA HOUSE: “Cinderella,” 10 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m. Jul 30 during a Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St., Sumter. $1. (803) 436-2616; sumteroperahouse.com

FREE DIABETES, BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENINGS: Jul 30, 5:45-7 p.m.Palmetto Health Women’s Center, 1801 Sunset Dr. To find out if we validate or to register, call (803) 296-2273

FARM TO GALLERY: 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., Jul 30. Farm to Gallery cooking nestled in a “Carolina Makers” art gallery. Live music; handmade pottery and tables combined particularly for this event. Cuisine by resturants “Bourbon” and “Rosso Trattoria”. Appetizer by “Juniper” in Ridge Spring, S.C. Tickets embody an opening cocktail, wine, internal qualification drink and 4 family-style courses featuring locally-sourced furnish and proteins from South Carolina farms. South Carolina State Museum. $150/public, $120/museum member. 301 Gervais Street (803) 898-4952; www.scmuseum.org

BLOWFISH BASEBALL: 7:05 p.m. Jul 30 during a Lexington County Baseball Stadium, 424 Ballpark Road. It’s that time again, a USC alumni take a margin opposite a Blowfish. Gates open during 6 p.m. Tickets are $6-$9. (803) 254-3474; www.goblowfishbaseball.com

BEACH BALL: Jul 31, 7 – 10:30 p.m. The Lourie Center presents a “Beach Ball” dance and unison featuring RB rope Heart ‘n Soul. This eventuality is open to a open for adults of all ages (21+). Bring your friends, put on your dancing shoes, and get prepared to shag, pitch and stone to a classical hits of a 1950s and 60s. Doors open during 6:30 p.m. BYOB and snacks; soothing drinks and ice will be accessible for purchase. $15 in allege and $20 during a door. Open seating. For allege tickets, (803) -779-1971; www.louriecentersc.com.

CITY OF COLUMBIA SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: “The Croods,” 7 p.m. Jul 31 during Riverfront Park, 712 Laurel St. Come early for face painting, games and more. Blankets, grass chairs and coolers welcome, no potion containers or alcoholic beverages allowed. (803) 545-3100

PRIME TIME IN THE PARKS: 8-11 p.m. Jul 31 during Pinehurst Park, 2300 Pinehurst Road, and Lorick Park, 1600 Lorick Ave. Late-night teen module for ages 13-18 facilities games, sports, music, refreshments and more. Free, sponsored by a Columbia Parks and Recreation Department. (803) 545-3100; columbiasc.net/parks-recreation

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