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July 18, 2015 - garden totes

SUNDAY, JULY 19

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. http://gallerywestcolumbia.com/

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: Sunday, noon– 5 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921

THOUGHTS ON CONTEMPORARY ART: Sunday, Jul 19, 1:00 p.m. 701 core for contemporary art presents a harangue by distinguished New York City art censor and artist Peter Plagens. Admission is free. 701 Whaley Street, 2nd building (803) 779-4571

HISTORIC COLUMBIA’S DOLLAR SUNDAY: Sunday, 1-4 p.m., Richland and Lexington county residents are invited to debate a Robert Mills House, 1616 Blanding St., for usually $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

CAROLINA BRIDAL SHOWCASE: Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Bride City Bridal Show invites we to revisit businessman booths, speak to member of companies, collect brochures and samples as good as accommodate owners of flower shops, bakeries and marriage planners. $12. Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln St. www.bridecityshows.com

GALLERY TOURS: Sunday, 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

MARY POPPINS: Sunday, 3:00 p.m. during a Town Theatre, 1012 Sumter St. 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 many 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.” Adults $25; Seniors (65+)/active military/college $20; Youth (17 and younger) $15. 803-799-2510, www.towntheatre.com

COMPROMISED: Sunday, 4 p.m., 7 p.m. “Compromised” is a 90-minute film on a constant tale of a Confederate flag, featuring SC notables, by Columbia filmmaker Tom Hall. The film takes a demeanour during all of a memorials, grave markers, statutes, and black on a State House drift as good as a loyal reasons since a General Assembly voted to mislay a dwindle from State House architecture to place it front and core on Main Street. $10. Doors open 30 mins before to showtime. Proceeds will go to Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston. 626 Meeting Street, West Columbia.

MONDAY, JULY 20

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: Monday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Monday, 11 a.m.-7 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. if Art Gallery, 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

TUESDAY, JULY 21

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: Tuesday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Tuesday, 11 a.m.-7 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. if Art Gallery, 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

LASER FUN: Tuesday, 7 p.m. 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. The State Museum, 301 Gervais Street, (803) 898-4921 www.scmuseum.org

WEDNESDAY, JULY 22

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: Wednesday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St., (803) 898-4921

EGBE KILIMANJARO: Wednesday, 10 a.m. You’ll be clapping your hands and on your feet with a rhythms of African pitter-patter and dancing with Egbe Kilimanjaro, a dance unit celebrating a enlightenment of a Gullah Geechee community. Trinity United Methodist Church, 90 Boney Rd, Blythewood, (803) 786-1637

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. gallerywestcolumbia.com

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Wednesday, 11 a.m.-7 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. if Art Gallery, 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

THURSDAY, JULY 23

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St., (803) 898-4921

MOVIES AT THE OPERA HOUSE: “Paddington,” 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

IN AND OUT OF THE WILD: ANIMALS IN ART: Thursday, 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. gallerywestcolumbia.com

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Thursday, 11 a.m.-7 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. if Art Gallery, 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

CHILD-PARENT DANCE: Thursday, 5:30-7 p.m. Celebrate a 100th anniversary of a Big Apple by putting on your dancing boots and enjoying light refreshments and good song in a hearth of a Big Apple Swing dance disturb and other South Carolina dances. Advance tickets are $5 for members and $7 for non-members, $10 during a door. Open to children ages 6-12 and their concomitant adult. 1000 Hampton St., during a dilemma of Hampton and Park st. (803) 252-1770 ext. 26, cgalens@historiccolumbia.org, www.historiccolumbia.org

PALMETTO PALATE: Thursday, 6-9 p.m. The South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation pairs some of a excellent chefs with internal family farmers for an journey in good taste. The eventuality will underline cooking stations highlighting restaurants around a state that use South Carolina grown line on their menus. This year’s participating restaurants are Aberdeen Catering, Blue Marlin, Bourbon, Juniper, Let’s Cook, Oak Table, Pearlz, Rosso, Saluda’s, Silver Spoon Bake Shop, Terra, and final year’s Top Chef winner, 2 Fat 2 Fly. Will also underline a wordless auction of equipment from around a state, including baskets of uninformed South Carolina grown produce, singular internal art, and a golf cart. $50 per person, includes food and beverages. 701 Whaley St. Beverly Sease, (803) 936-4215, www.scfb.org

SEARCHING FOR A LULLA-BYE: Thursday, 6-10 p.m. Opening accepting of a exhibition. This is an scrutiny of delicate interpretation by personal histories, record and anticipation toward a origination of new mythologies and origination stories. Artists Pamela Burris and Roni Nicole Henderson try a vagaries of life cycles by 3-D animation and video installation. Jul 23-August 31. Tapp’s Arts Center, 1644 Main St. (803) 988-0013, http://www.tappsartscenter.com/

FIVE AFTER FIVE: Thursday, 6:30-10 p.m. 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

“HATE WON’T WIN” CONCERT: Thursday, 7 p.m. Grammy Award winning recording artist Tye Tribbett to launch a “Hate Won’t Win” unison to advantage a Mother Emanuel Hope Fund. The unison facilities gold-selling recording artist Israel Houghton, “Break Every Chain” thespian Tasha Cobbs, RB star Akon’s protégé Mali Music and Columbia, SC internal Travis Greene. The Medallion Conference Center, 7309 Garners Ferry Road. (973) 351-1569, chosenmentorship@gmail.com

MARY POPPINS: Thursday, 7:30 p.m. during a Town Theatre, 1012 Sumter St. 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 many 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.” Adults $25; Seniors (65+)/active military/college $20; Youth (17 and younger) $15. 803-799-2510, www.towntheatre.com

FRIDAY, JULY 24

IN AND OUT OF THE WILD: ANIMALS IN ART: Friday, 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. http://gallerywestcolumbia.com/

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St., (803) 898-4921

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Friday, 11 a.m.-7 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. if Art Gallery, 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

PIGSKIN POETS: Friday, 3 p.m. Get your visors ready! Spurrier’s Gamecocks are holding a margin during Richland Library for an afternoon of stories, games and autographs. Carolina Volleyball Center, 1051 Blossom St.

BLAKTASTIK: Friday, 5:30-11 p.m. 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

RIVERBANKS ZOO MEMBERS NIGHT: Friday, 6-9 p.m. Members are invited to wander by a zoo for giveaway when a park is routinely sealed to a public. Gates open during 6 p.m. Pre-registration is not required. Guest admission, $5 per chairman (no guest passes, please). 500 Wildlife Pkwy, (803) 779-8717. www.riverbanks.org, click on membership

CITY OF COLUMBIA SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: “Ferngully: The Last Rainforest,” 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

NEWBERRY OPERA HOUSE SUMMER CONCERTS IN THE PARK: 7 p.m. Friday, The Golden Steel Band. The character of song represented by this organisation is as different as a organisation itself, covering aged time gospel, cowboy tunes, folk, beach, and some good aged stone and roll. Free outside event. Memorial Park, 1323 College St, Newberry (803) 276-5179, Box Office (803) 276-6264

MARY POPPINS: Friday, 7:30 p.m. during a Town Theatre, 1012 Sumter St. 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 many 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.” Adults $25; Seniors (65+)/active military/college $20; Youth (17 and younger) $15. 803-799-2510, www.towntheatre.com

HI-WIRE TRAMPOLINE PARK: Friday, 9 p.m.-midnight. Club HiWire, Lights go off; lasers come on. Club/dubstep music. 15 and adult only. $10 – check price. Irmo, 1019 Broad Stone Rd. (803) 732-1900; Northeast, 741 Fashion Dr. (803) 360-7300.info@hiwire.info. For some-more information and a full report of events, http://www.hiwire.info

DOWNTOWN SUMTER: Musical performances. Friday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Root Doctors21 N. Main St., Sumter. (803) 436-2640, www.DowntownSumter.org

SATURDAY, JULY 25

TOM HOSKINS MEMORIAL SPRINT TRIATHLON: Saturday, 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 foe fee, $4.30 pointer adult fee. https://runsignup.com/Race/SC/Irmo/TomHoskinsTri

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St., (803) 898-4921

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. Gallery West, 118 State St.,West Columbia. (803) 207-9265, sara@gallerywestcolumbia.com. http://gallerywestcolumbia.com/

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 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. if Art Gallery, 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

MARY POPPINS: Saturday, 3 p.m. during a Town Theatre, 1012 Sumter St. 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 many 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.” Adults $25; Seniors (65+)/active military/college $20; Youth (17 and younger) $15. 803-799-2510, www.towntheatre.com

BLAKTASTIK: Saturday, 5:30-11 p.m. 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

HI-WIRE TRAMPOLINE PARK: Saturday, 9 p.m.-midnight. Club HiWire, Lights go off; lasers come on. Club/dubstep music. 15 and adult only. $10 – check price. Irmo, 1019 Broad Stone Rd. (803) 732-1900; Northeast, 741 Fashion Dr. (803) 360-7300. info@hiwire.info. For some-more information and a full report of events, http://www.hiwire.info

UPCOMING EVENTS

ANGULAR EXISTENCE: Jul 26, by appointment. 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. if Art Gallery, 1223 Lincoln St. Wim Roefs, (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com

IN AND OUT OF THE WILD: ANIMALS IN ART: Jul 26, 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. http://gallerywestcolumbia.com/

CHRISTMAS IN JULY: July 26, noon-5 p.m. The State Museum presents “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 www.scmuseum.org for a list of showtimes and pricing. 301 Gervais St., (803) 898-4921

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

BLAKTASTIK: Jul 26. 2-11 p.m. The final day of 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

MARY POPPINS: Jul 26, 3 p.m. during a Town Theatre, 1012 Sumter St. 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 many 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.” Adults $25; Seniors (65+)/active military/college $20; Youth (17 and younger) $15. 803-799-2510, www.towntheatre.com

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 cost 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

AARON BUTLER AND GREG STUART: Jul 28, 8:30-10 p.m. Aaron Butler is a percussionist who frequently presents concerts of solo and cover music. Greg Stuart is a percussionist who’s work explores several choice percussion techniques. They will be perform Tim Feeney’s “Things we Said I’d Never Be”. This is an one hour-long work for percussion, margin recordings and instruments repurposed as speakers. The square creates a kind of sonic space for reflection/memory recall. It’s best to knowledge in comfort – move a pillow! Doors open during 8:30 p.m. $8. Conundrum Music Hall, 626 Meeting St, West Columbia. (803) 250-1295, www.conundrum.us

“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

NEWBERRY OPERA HOUSE SUMMER CONCERTS IN THE PARK: 7 p.m. Jul 31, Larry Newman and Friends. Hometown singer-songwriter behaving some of his favorite tunes with his friends. Free outside event. Memorial Park, 1323 College St, Newberry (803) 276-5179, Box Office (803) 276-6264

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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