Best of a rest: Events for Nov. 7 and beyond

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7

ELECTRONIC RECYCLING EVENT: 8 a.m.-noon Saturday during Spring Hill High School. Lexington and Richland County residents will have a eventuality to recycle electronics, domicile dangerous waste, tires (limited amount), throw metal, cooking oil, and fragment paper during a recycling event. There will also be a statewide collection of rancher and blurb pesticides. 11629 Broad River Rd., Chapin. (803) 576-2446.

5-MILE HISTORIC GOVERNOR’S CUP RACE: 9 a.m. Saturday and starts in front of a State House. The 5-mile march offers copiousness of view and attractions of a Columbia area as a march starts during a State House and works by about a half-mile in a downtown area before relocating into a USC campus area subdivisions and a USC campus flitting by a Russell House and Longstreet Theatre. The march will afterwards conduct down Wheat and past a Sol Blatt PE Center and conduct by a scenic Maxcy Gregg Park. It afterwards passes by a corner of 5-points before streamer adult Saluda Avenue and a barbarous hill, as we work past some pretentious homes and landscaping opening adult Saluda and a roads operative your approach behind to Wheat St. $35; $40 on competition day (up to 60 mins before to competition start). www.carolinamarathon.org/Governors_Cup/raceinfo.html

NEWBERRY HISTORIC DOWNTOWN HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE: Saturday in Newberry’s Historic Downtown. Over 20 downtown business will open their doors for extended hours, drawings, doorway prizes, refreshments and other special events. Thursday night will flog off a weekend of shopping, dining and fun with all participants open compartment 8. Friday, Saturday and Sunday hours will be offering as good and will be summarized in brochures offering in a downtown businesses. (803) 276-7822.

CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW AND HOLIDAY BAZAAR: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday during a Lexington Middle School (cafeteria) located during a behind (center) of a school. The Midlands Crafter’s Association presents a giveaway family eventuality for a community. This eventuality will horde over 50 vendors and crafters from all over a Midlands. There is no acknowledgment or parking price and everybody is welcome. 702 N. Lake Drive, Lexington. Jamie Organ, (803) 553-4912, haleymackphotog@gmail.com.

FALL BAZAAR: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday during Spring Valley Presbyterian Church. What began as a elementary church jubilee 25 years ago has given grown into a Northeast Columbia favorite. The Fall Bazaar now spans a church grounds, both inside and out. Some of a activities this year include: children’s games including “touch a truck” with military, fire, sheriff, construction and plantation vehicles; internal crafts vendors, a children’s yard sale; chili cook-off; wordless auction; used book sale and an art uncover and sale. All distinction will advantage Thornwell Home for Children. 125 Sparkleberry Ln. (803) 788-3589, info@svpc.org. www.svpc.org

COINS, CURRENCY AND COLLECTIBLES: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday during a American Legion Hall. The Midlands Coin Club hosts a renouned trade show. 200 Pickens St. (803) 732-9767, jamesboland@scdps.net.

WEST COLUMBIA POLICE FOOD DRIVE: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday during BILO. The West Columbia Police Department’s food cupboard is all though dull and all donations will be accepted. Police officers will be during BILO perplexing to “fill up” unit cars with donations from a public. Officers will have a list of requested non-refrigerated equipment that will in spin be put together to give dishes to needy families for a holidays. 2916 Emmanuel Church Rd. Officer Robin Rivers, (803) 794-0721 ext. 842.

REPTICON RETURNS: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday during Jamil Temple. Repticon, a national upholder of invertebrate and outlandish animal expos, brings a singular mix of vendors, breeders, and educators behind to Columbia for a family-oriented, fun-filled event. The expo brings thousands of reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, spiders, and tiny outlandish animals to area enthusiasts. Top breeders and vendors will offer animals, merchandise, cages, supplies, live and solidified feeders, and many more, as good as their consultant recommendation where needed. In addition, world-class seminars by attention experts will teach and perform via a event. $10 for adults, $5 for children 5-12, and children underneath 5 are certified free. VIP and allege tickets are available. 206 Jamil Rd. (803) 772-0732, www.repticon.com/columbia.html

45TH ANNUAL REVOLUTIONARY WAR FIELD DAYS: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday during Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. Once some-more cannons will bark over a fields during Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site as a museum brings a War of Independence to life during a annual reenactment. The Revolution comes alive as some 400+ re-enactors and interpreters representation tents for a 45th annual Field Days. Enjoy artillery demonstrations, calliope and drum concerts, and visits to a British, Patriot and Hessian camps. Learn about municipal life and watch artisans manipulate their colonial trades. A duration conform show, turn list contention and tours of a Kershaw House (Cornwallis’ headquarters) supplement to a ambiance. Sutlers Rows and a Exchange Shop have tantalizing sell and several food concessions will be on site. $10/adults, $5/seniors 62+, troops and ages 6-15; free/under six, and $25 family package (2 adults, 3 kids underneath 12). Parking is free, though no pets. Historic Camden is 1.4 miles on Hwy 521 North from I-20/Exit 98. (803) 432-9841, hiscamden@truvista.net. www.historic-camden.net

RIO AND PLANET EARTH – 4D: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday during South Carolina State Museum. In “Rio”, when a final blue macaws on Earth, Blu and Jewel, are prisoner by bird smugglers, they contingency work together notwithstanding Blu’s inability to fly. And deplane underneath a aspect of a sea in a epic “Planet Earth” 4D adventure. 301 Gervais St. Visit www.scmuseum.org for a full list of showtimes.

THREADS: THE HISTORY IN OUR CLOTHES: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday during South Carolina State Museum. See some-more than 200 years of wardrobe and conform in a exhibition. From lab coats and motoring suits, to grave gowns and matrimony coats, to repurposed wardrobe and handmade work dresses, museum guest will be means to knowledge a opposite stories behind dual centuries of wardrobe articles ragged by South Carolinians. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

JULIUS CAESAR: ROMAN MILITARY MIGHT AND MACHINES: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday during South Carolina State Museum. From a jubilant feat of Julius Caesar over a Gauls during a Siege of Alesia in 52 B.C. to a mutation of Rome from a Republic into a strong Roman Empire, this ubiquitous roving muster brings to life one of a many technologically poignant times in a story of mankind. There is an additional price to see a exhibition. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org.

CRAFTSMEN’S CHRISTMAS CLASSIC: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday during a SC State Fairgrounds. Over 250 artists and craftsmen from some-more than 20 states will vaunt contemporary, traditional, functional, dainty and low-pitched treatments of pottery, excellent art, glass, jewelry, baskets, weaving, clothing, furniture, sculpture, photography, timber and many more, including specialty foods. Thousands of singular choices for any style, ambience and budget. Find extraordinary gifts for all ages, trends, collections, home accessories, and personal treasures. $8; Children 6-12, $1. Admission good all 3 days with giveaway lapse pass. 1200 Rosewood Dr. www.craftshow.com

THE SNOW QUEEN: 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday during The Columbia Marionette Theatre. “The Snow Queen” is a story of Kai and Gerda, dual best friends on a genuine adventure. When Kai comes in hit with a sorcery shard, he is whisked divided to a palace of a Snow Queen. It’s adult to Gerda to transport by a lands of Spring and Summer to rescue him — out-foxing a bandit and befriending a reindeer along a way. $5. 401 Laurel St. (803) 252-7366, http://cmtpuppet.org/

TWO GALS AND A FORK: 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday in a Vista. Two Gals and a Fork Food Tours and Historic Columbia will horde a 2.5 hour 11 am “brunch and munch” and a 4 p.m. “Sites and Bites” chronological walking food debate in a Famously Hot Vista. Sample tasty specialties during 5 tip Vista restaurants all while contention Columbia’s abounding history. Customized events also available. Tickets during www.twogalsfoodtours.com

HEARD AT EVERY TURN: TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN SOUTH CAROLINA: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday during McKissick Museum. South Carolina’s formidable story has made a state’s contemporary normal music. For hundreds of years musicians and singers have mingled and traditions collided, combining colourful low-pitched experiences. Explore a low-pitched instruments, apparel, audio and video that tell a story of normal song story and use in South Carolina. 816 Bull St. (803) 777-7251, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/

US: A CIVIL WAR, ARTWORK BY DAN SMITH: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday during City Art. Smith’s new physique of work includes churned media paintings, as good as photographs and installations desirous by a American Civil War. The artist trafficked via a United States visiting specific Civil War, many presented 150 year-old re-enactments. Along with endless reading, a sites became impulse for Smith’s artworks. 1224 Lincoln St. (803) 252-3613, www.cityartonline.com

GEORGIA O’KEEFE: HER CAROLINA STORY: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday during Columbia Museum of Art. Presents an muster of 14 works examining American painter Georgia O’Keeffe’s insinuate artistic epiphany means in South Carolina. Her Carolina Story, a initial muster to try her time in Columbia, celebrates a 100th anniversary of O’Keeffe’s time training during Columbia College and a infinite story of her growth as modernist. $12, admission. 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810, www.columbiamuseum.org

COPLON’S FLASH SALE: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday during 1350 Main St. The conform attention is removing behind a iconic store and a inundate of engineer samples and stream register is headed to downtown Columbia for a beast sale. Thousands of pieces from New York, Paris, London and California will be on sale for a fragment of their strange prices. Designers enclosed in a sale are Oscar de la Renta, Tibi, Lela Rose, Vince, Rag Bone, Rebecca Taylor, Rachel Zoe and dozens more. A apportionment of a deduction will advantage a American Red Cross of Central South Carolina.

A TALE OF TWO CITIES: 11:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Saturday during Agape Senior Conference Center. The Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina (JHSSC) and Historic Columbia will reason a corner assembly that facilities a loyalty of a chronological marker, lectures, row discussions, and walking tours in Columbia and Orangeburg exploring and examining Jewish story in these cities and other areas of South Carolina. Includes lunch, presentations, row discussions, and a walking debate exploring Jewish merchants past and benefaction in Columbia’s blurb district. Concludes with a usurpation during a Big Apple (1000 Hampton Street). $50 for both days or $30 for a singular day. 1053 Center St., West Columbia. http://jhssc.org/events/upcoming/

FLOOD VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION DAY: Noon-5 p.m. Saturday during River’s Edge Retreat. River’s Edge Retreat interjection all those who worked diligently to save lives and correct a heart and essence of Columbia. River’s Edge Retreats invites a American Red Cross, a First Response organisation and any proffer in a Palmetto State who contributed to a inundate use to come out and relax after all of your tough work. There will be food, brotherhood and fun. People are speedy to move a plate if they feel inclined. RSVP by Monday, Nov. 2. 1019 Garden Valley Lane. info@riversedgeretreat.org, (803)-727-8757.

CHALK IT UP AT ARTLINC ARTS FESTIVAL: Noon-5 p.m. Saturday between Lady and Taylor streets. The Lincoln Street Tunnel will renovate into an alfresco gallery with colorful works of marker art. Art spaces will be sectioned into 51 squares via a hovel and any entrance. Each artist or artist organisation will be reserved one block and will accept a box of chalk. The giveaway festival will embody live transport performances. www.onecolumbiasc.com/page/ArtLinc

DOROTHY NETHERLAND “POLYVORES” GALLERY TALK: 2 p.m. Saturday during if Art Gallery. For “PolyVores”, Charleston, S.C. artist Dorothy Netherland presents new paintings for that a procedure is a approach girls, immature women and wannabe conform designers emanate and accessorize outfits on a website polyvore.com. Netherland’s 13-year-old daughter Izzy is among a “polyvores” intent in virtual-paper-doll play and pity their ensembles on a site with likewise prone fashionistas. 1223 Lincoln St. (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com. http://ifartgallery.blogspot.com/

STORYBOOK BALL: 6-9 p.m. Saturday during EdVenture Children’s Museum. Children and their grown-ups will suffer this happy dusk filled with storytelling and themed jubilee by magicians, performers and artisans. Rub a genie’s flare and transport to outlandish lands filled with dainty crafts, face painting, and special characters from your favorite fables and angel tales. Watch as we move storybooks to life in a Tale Teller’s Theatre, saunter with princesses during a stately dance jubilee or follow a yellow section highway and sup with a collection of extraordinary characters. 211 Gervais St. $35, adult or child and $25 for children underneath 2. (803) 400-1152, www.edventurestorybook.com/purchase-tickets.html

SALON DRAMA: 7-9 p.m. Saturday during Patriot Hall Auditorium. Sulondia Hammond of Sue-Ham Entertainment presents a theatre play, Salon Drama. The play focuses on a life of an arriving stylist, tiny city lady (Shaneka), who has large aspirations to be a worldwide stylist and entrepreneur. This play elaborately sum a struggles she endures on her debate to success in a hair industry. $20. 135 Haynesworth Street, Sumter. www.salondramaplay.com/.

USC OPERA PRESENTS: LA PERICHOLE: 7:30 p.m. Saturday during Longstreet Theater. The story concerns Périchole and Piquillo, dual bankrupt Peruvian street-singers,too bad to means a matrimony license, and a lascivious viceroy, Don Andrès de Ribeira, who wishes to make Périchole his mistress. What ensues is a adore story with charming characterizations and comic dilemmas. $25 ubiquitous admission; $20 seniors, USC faculty/staff, military; $7 students. 1300 Greene St. (803) 777-5369, lsmith@mozart.sc.edu. www.sc.edu/music/opera

A CHRISTMAS STORY: 8 p.m. Saturday during Town Theatre. One of America’s favorite holiday film classics will be achieved on theatre with all deduction ancillary Richland County Court Appointed Special Advocates (RC CASA) and a CASA Foundation. The eventuality starts with a wordless auction during 7:30 p.m. $25 for adults; $20 for comparison 65+/active avocation military/full-time college; $15 girl 17 and under. 1012 Sumter St. (803) 576-1735, www.towntheatre.com.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8

NEWBERRY HISTORIC DOWNTOWN HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE: Sunday in Newberry’s Historic Downtown. Over 20 downtown business will open their doors for extended hours, drawings, doorway prizes, refreshments and other special events. Thursday night will flog off a weekend of shopping, dining and fun with all participants open compartment 8. Friday, Saturday and Sunday hours will be offering as good and will be summarized in brochures offering in a downtown businesses. (803) 276-7822.

REPTICON RETURNS: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday during Jamil Temple. Repticon, a national upholder of invertebrate and outlandish animal expos, brings a singular mix of vendors, breeders, and educators behind to Columbia for a family-oriented, fun-filled event. The expo brings thousands of reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, spiders, and tiny outlandish animals to area enthusiasts. Top breeders and vendors will offer animals, merchandise, cages, supplies, live and solidified feeders, and many more, as good as their consultant recommendation where needed. In addition, world-class seminars by attention experts will teach and perform via a event. $10 for adults, $5 for children 5-12, and children underneath 5 are certified free. VIP and allege tickets are available. 206 Jamil Rd. (803) 772-0732, www.repticon.com/columbia.html.

45TH ANNUAL REVOLUTIONARY WAR FIELD DAYS: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday during Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. Once some-more cannons will bark over a fields during Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site as a museum brings a War of Independence to life during a annual reenactment. The Revolution comes alive as some 400+ re-enactors and interpreters representation tents for a 45th annual Field Days. Enjoy artillery demonstrations, calliope and drum concerts, and visits to a British, Patriot and Hessian camps. Learn about municipal life and watch artisans manipulate their colonial trades. A duration conform show, turn list contention and tours of a Kershaw House (Cornwallis’ headquarters) supplement to a ambiance. Sutlers Rows and a Exchange Shop have tantalizing sell and several food concessions will be on site. $10/adults, $5/seniors 62+, troops and ages 6-15; free/under six, and $25 family package (2 adults, 3 kids underneath 12). Parking is free, though no pets. Historic Camden is 1.4 miles on Hwy 521 North from I-20/Exit 98. (803) 432-9841, hiscamden@truvista.net. www.historic-camden.net

CRAFTSMEN’S CHRISTMAS CLASSIC: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday during a SC State Fairgrounds. Over 250 artists and craftsmen from some-more than 20 states will vaunt contemporary, traditional, functional, dainty and low-pitched treatments of pottery, excellent art, glass, jewelry, baskets, weaving, clothing, furniture, sculpture, photography, timber and many more, including specialty foods. Thousands of singular choices for any style, ambience and budget. Find extraordinary gifts for all ages, trends, collections, home accessories, and personal treasures. $8; Children 6-12, $1. Admission good all 3 days with giveaway lapse pass. 1200 Rosewood Dr. www.craftshow.com

COPLON’S FLASH SALE: Noon-5 p.m. Sunday during 1350 Main St. The conform attention is removing behind a iconic store and a inundate of engineer samples and stream register is headed to downtown Columbia for a beast sale. Thousands of pieces from New York, Paris, London and California will be on sale for a fragment of their strange prices. Designers enclosed in a sale are Oscar de la Renta, Tibi, Lela Rose, Vince, Rag Bone, Rebecca Taylor, Rachel Zoe and dozens more. A apportionment of a deduction will advantage a American Red Cross of Central South Carolina.

THE RIVER DISTRICT HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE: 1:30-5:30 p.m. Sunday during a newly-founded River District on a west side of a Congaree River. Come try these boutique-style shops and antique malls and find pleasing holiday décor equipment as good as artsy and kitschy equipment for a folks on your benefaction lists. Participating merchants embody Westend Gallery, White Rose Artisans Boutique, Again Again, It’s a Little Things, Meeting Street Interiors, Three River Antiques, Spa 131, Old Mill Antiques, 763 Antique Mall and New Fangled Consignments. Meeting St. and State St., West Columbia. www.facebook.com/theriverdistrict1

GALLERY TOURS: 2 p.m. Sunday during Columbia Museum. 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. 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810; http://columbiamuseum.org

SECOND SUNDAY STROLL: JEWISH MERCHANTS, PAST AND PRESENT, IN COLUMBIA’S COMMERCIAL DISTRICT: 2-3 p.m. Sunday down Main and Assembly Streets. Join Historic Columbia for a Second Sunday Stroll. This guided walking debate will prominence Columbia’s Jewish Heritage and try how Jewish merchants have made this downtown district. The debate will start in front of Michael’s during 1620 Main Street, transport down to Lady Street where a debate will cranky over to Assembly Street, afterwards finish during The Big Apple on Hampton Street. www.historiccolumbia.org

STOP THE VIOLENCE RALLY HEARSE MOTORCADE: 2:30-6:30 p.m. Sunday starting during Leevy’s Funeral Home and finale during Pinewood Lake Park. The convene will embody of wake cars (majority hearses) heading a processional via a communities where crime occurs daily. The processional would take a safest routes with a many bearing to a youth. The Richland County Sheriff’s dialect will have activities for kids from 4-6 p.m. Pinewood Lake Park: 1151 Old Garners Ferry Rd. (803) 331-5705, cedrickllawson@gmail.com

A CHRISTMAS STORY: 3 p.m. Sunday during Town Theatre. One of America’s favorite holiday film classics will be achieved on theatre with all deduction ancillary Richland County Court Appointed Special Advocates (RC CASA) and a CASA Foundation. The eventuality starts with a wordless auction during 7:30 p.m. $25 for adults; $20 for comparison 65+/active avocation military/full-time college; $15 girl 17 and under. 1012 Sumter St. (803) 576-1735, www.towntheatre.com.

USC OPERA PRESENTS: LA PERICHOLE: 3 p.m. Sunday during Longstreet Theater. The story concerns Périchole and Piquillo, dual bankrupt Peruvian street-singers,too bad to means a matrimony license, and a lascivious viceroy, Don Andrès de Ribeira, who wishes to make Périchole his mistress. What ensues is a adore story with charming characterizations and comic dilemmas. $25 ubiquitous admission; $20 seniors, USC faculty/staff, military; $7 students. 1300 Greene St. (803) 777-5369, lsmith@mozart.sc.edu. www.sc.edu/music/opera

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9

HEARD AT EVERY TURN: TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN SOUTH CAROLINA: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday during McKissick Museum. South Carolina’s formidable story has made a state’s contemporary normal music. For hundreds of years musicians and singers have mingled and traditions collided, combining colourful low-pitched experiences. Explore a low-pitched instruments, apparel, audio and video that tell a story of normal song story and use in South Carolina. 816 Bull St. (803) 777-7251, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/

THREADS: THE HISTORY IN OUR CLOTHES: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday during South Carolina State Museum. See some-more than 200 years of wardrobe and conform in a exhibition. From lab coats and motoring suits, to grave gowns and matrimony coats, to repurposed wardrobe and handmade work dresses, museum guest will be means to knowledge a opposite stories behind dual centuries of wardrobe articles ragged by South Carolinians. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

FRIENDS OF SESQUI FIRST ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT: Noon-5 p.m. Monday during Spring Valley Country Club. Hall of Famer George Rogers and former NBA star Xavier McDaniel will be on palm for this four-person contest for pros and weekend putters alike. Tournament fees of $125 per golfer embody 18 holes of golf, transport and immature fees during one of Columbia’s premier golf courses, use of a use range, lunch and an awards banquet. There will be a shotgun start during noon, and a wordless auction will be hold during a event. Registration is capped during 130 participants. 300 Spring Valley Rd., Northeast Richland. (803) 788-2706, www.friendsofsesqui.org.

CITY ROOTS FARM HARVEST DINNER AND WINE TASTING: 6:30-9:30 p.m. Monday during City Roots Farm. Please join us for a Farm to Table Dinner featuring a proprietor Chefs Kristian Niemi, Executive Chef Travis Rayle of Rosso Trattoria, and Executive Chef Frank Bradley of Bourbon Columbia with guest Chef Jessica Shillato from Spotted Salamander. Ticket includes an opening cocktail, booze pairings and 4 courses. Gratuity is not included. A commission of a deduction and all tips will go to support City Roots Flood Relief. $75. 1005 Airport Blvd. (803) 254-2302, www.farmtotableeventco.com/

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10

HEARD AT EVERY TURN: TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN SOUTH CAROLINA: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday during McKissick Museum. South Carolina’s formidable story has made a state’s contemporary normal music. For hundreds of years musicians and singers have mingled and traditions collided, combining colourful low-pitched experiences. Explore a low-pitched instruments, apparel, audio and video that tell a story of normal song story and use in South Carolina. 816 Bull St. (803) 777-7251, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/

MAIN STREET BATTLE FOR BLOOD: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday during several locations. The American Red Cross is teaming adult with downtown Columbia businesses to ask donors who drain garnet or orange to give blood for their favorite team. Blood donors can give blood and total a opinion for their favorite organisation – Carolina or Clemson. All presenting donors will accept a commemorative pint glass, while reserve last. Locations: Agapé, 1624 Main St., bloodmobile; Capitol Center, 1201 Main St., third building contention center; First Citizens Bank, 1230 Main St., bloodmobile; and Nelson Mullins, 1320 Main St., ABC Conference Room. (800) 733-2767, www.redcrossblood.org

US: A CIVIL WAR, ARTWORK BY DAN SMITH: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday during City Art. Smith’s new physique of work includes churned media paintings, as good as photographs and installations desirous by a American Civil War. The artist trafficked via a United States visiting specific Civil War, many presented 150 year-old re-enactments. Along with endless reading, a sites became impulse for Smith’s artworks. 1224 Lincoln St. (803) 252-3613, www.cityartonline.com

THREADS: THE HISTORY IN OUR CLOTHES: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday during South Carolina State Museum. See some-more than 200 years of wardrobe and conform in a exhibition. From lab coats and motoring suits, to grave gowns and matrimony coats, to repurposed wardrobe and handmade work dresses, museum guest will be means to knowledge a opposite stories behind dual centuries of wardrobe articles ragged by South Carolinians. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

GEORGIA O’KEEFE: HER CAROLINA STORY: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday during Columbia Museum of Art. Presents an muster of 14 works examining American painter Georgia O’Keeffe’s insinuate artistic epiphany means in South Carolina. Her Carolina Story, a initial muster to try her time in Columbia, celebrates a 100th anniversary of O’Keeffe’s time training during Columbia College and a infinite story of her growth as modernist. $12, admission. 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810, www.columbiamuseum.org

2015 ATLANTIC ENERGY FORUM: 12:30-2:30 p.m. Tuesday during a Columbia Conference Center. The Forum will underline U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Director Abigail Ross Hopper, as good as other federal, state, and internal open process leaders, members of a business community, environmental organizations and pivotal stakeholders that will plead offshore appetite growth in a Atlantic and implications for South Carolina’s economy, jobs and environment. 169 Laurelhurst Ave. http://consumerenergyalliance.org/

SECOND SHIFT TWOSDAYS: 6-8 p.m. Tuesday during The State Museum. In a jubilee of a a story of a building and a indent workers who decades ago worked a second shift, a State Museum is fluctuating a Tuesday hours. Each Tuesday a museum will underline something different, that might embody programs, planetarium shows, 4-D movies, lunar observing, vaunt previews, food and libation events, discounts and more. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

LASER FUN: 7 p.m. Tuesday during The State Museum. An collection of family-friendly songs by several artists set to a laser light show. Guests will take a laser debate 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. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

THE PARKER QUARTET: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday during USC’s Johnson Performance Hall, Darla Moore School of Business. Now in their fourth year as a University of South Carolina’s quartet-in-residence, a Grammy Award-winning jubilee is apropos a tack for advantageous Columbia audiences and USC students of cover music. The world-renowned fibre jubilee earnings to USC for a week of open concerts, master classes and village outreach. Adults $15; comparison citizens, USC expertise staff, and troops $10; students $5. 1014 Greene St. sc.edu/music/parker-residency.

“ONE OCEAN, ONE PEOPLE”: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday during Harbison Theatre. Fabien Cousteau, deep-sea explorer, followed in his famous aquanaut grandfather Jacques Cousteau’s footprints and pennyless his record of underwater vital when he boarded a “Aquarius” and lived on a sea building for 31 days final summer. Cousteau will share stories of his explorations and his time spent on a underwater lab in this family-friendly talk. $18. 7300 College St., Irmo www.harbisontheatre.org

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11

HEARD AT EVERY TURN: TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN SOUTH CAROLINA: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday during McKissick Museum. South Carolina’s formidable story has made a state’s contemporary normal music. For hundreds of years musicians and singers have mingled and traditions collided, combining colourful low-pitched experiences. Explore a low-pitched instruments, apparel, audio and video that tell a story of normal song story and use in South Carolina. 816 Bull St. (803) 777-7251, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/

VETERANS DAY: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday during Riverbanks Zoo. Active avocation and late troops crew with a troops ID label accept giveaway acknowledgment in respect of Veterans Day. 500 Wildlife Pkwy. (803) 779-8717, www.riverbanks.org

THREADS: THE HISTORY IN OUR CLOTHES: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday during South Carolina State Museum. See some-more than 200 years of wardrobe and conform in a exhibition. From lab coats and motoring suits, to grave gowns and matrimony coats, to repurposed wardrobe and handmade work dresses, museum guest will be means to knowledge a opposite stories behind dual centuries of wardrobe articles ragged by South Carolinians. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

US: A CIVIL WAR, ARTWORK BY DAN SMITH: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday during City Art. Smith’s new physique of work includes churned media paintings, as good as photographs and installations desirous by a American Civil War. The artist trafficked via a United States visiting specific Civil War, many presented 150 year-old re-enactments. Along with endless reading, a sites became impulse for Smith’s artworks. 1224 Lincoln St. (803) 252-3613, www.cityartonline.com

GEORGIA O’KEEFE: HER CAROLINA STORY: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday during Columbia Museum of Art. Presents an muster of 14 works examining American painter Georgia O’Keeffe’s insinuate artistic epiphany means in South Carolina. Her Carolina Story, a initial muster to try her time in Columbia, celebrates a 100th anniversary of O’Keeffe’s time training during Columbia College and a infinite story of her growth as modernist. $12, admission. 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810, www.columbiamuseum.org

BLACK SC WWI SERVICEMEN HONORED: 2 p.m. Wednesday during Mann-Simmons Site. Authors Dr. Janet Hudson, USC, and Ms. Sonya Hodges-Grantham, co-founder of Veterans Formation, will lead a contention to respect Black South Carolinian troops use in World War I. Join us to learn some-more about a critical purpose played by drastic 371st Infantry Regiment. On arrangement will be a names of all a African American soldiers who served in a 371st along with a unit’s white officers. Also featured will be a array of artifacts including strange photos and maps of Camp Jackson. Free and open to a public. 1403 Richland St. www.historiccolumbia.org.

SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in a Carolina Room (17th Floor) of a Capstone House on USC’s campus. Five years of polite dispute in Syria have combined one of a largest interloper crises given World War II. Panelists will offer insights into a farrago of themes, including a sources of instability in Syria and elsewhere in a Middle East; a purpose of ubiquitous law in defining refugees; a story of interloper resettlement in a U.S.; a contemporary politics of interloper resettlement; and a mostly dire use of those seeking retreat from polite conflict. This eventuality is open to a open and all are speedy to attend. 902 Barnwell St. http://www.walkerinstitute.sc.edu/syrian-refugee-panel

VETS WITH A MISSION: 7 p.m. Wednesday during a Newberry Opera House. As partial of a Nation’s Commemoration on a 50th Anniversary of a Vietnam War (1965-2015), “Vets With A Mission” and a village of Newberry will commend Vietnam veterans who served. Two documentaries will be shown: a Oscar nominated and endowment winning film “Last Days In Vietnam” and “By War By God” that chronicles group of Vets With A Mission who lapse to Vietnam on charitable missions, and a impact it has had on their lives and others. For a Vietnam maestro to have a possibility to lapse to Vietnam “free” with a VWAM goal organisation in March, 2016, he or she contingency be nominated with a $25 concession to Vets With A Mission. At a finish of a evenings’ activities, one Vietnam maestro will have his or her name drawn. Free admisson. Doors open during 6:30 p.m. 1201 McKibben St, Newberry. www.newberryoperahouse.com/

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12

HEARD AT EVERY TURN: TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN SOUTH CAROLINA: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday during McKissick Museum. South Carolina’s formidable story has made a state’s contemporary normal music. For hundreds of years musicians and singers have mingled and traditions collided, combining colourful low-pitched experiences. Explore a low-pitched instruments, apparel, audio and video that tell a story of normal song story and use in South Carolina. 816 Bull St. (803) 777-7251, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/

CENTURA COLLEGE CAREER FAIR: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday during Centura College. Featured employers embody Verizon, Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina, Home Depot, Kelly Services, Right during Home, Rescare, South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs, Cumulus Radio Corp., Lexington Work Force and more. Other activities will embody campus tours and accommodate and greets with admissions member and financial support officers. They will also be usurpation donations for a internal village still influenced by new flooding, such as toiletries, dry products and anything else that can support them in their recovery. 7500 Two Notch Rd. (803) 754-7544.

THREADS: THE HISTORY IN OUR CLOTHES: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday during South Carolina State Museum. See some-more than 200 years of wardrobe and conform in a exhibition. From lab coats and motoring suits, to grave gowns and matrimony coats, to repurposed wardrobe and handmade work dresses, museum guest will be means to knowledge a opposite stories behind dual centuries of wardrobe articles ragged by South Carolinians. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

US: A CIVIL WAR, ARTWORK BY DAN SMITH: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday during City Art. Smith’s new physique of work includes churned media paintings, as good as photographs and installations desirous by a American Civil War. The artist trafficked via a United States visiting specific Civil War, many presented 150 year-old re-enactments. Along with endless reading, a sites became impulse for Smith’s artworks. 1224 Lincoln St. (803) 252-3613, www.cityartonline.com

GEORGIA O’KEEFE: HER CAROLINA STORY: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday during Columbia Museum of Art. Presents an muster of 14 works examining American painter Georgia O’Keeffe’s insinuate artistic epiphany means in South Carolina. Her Carolina Story, a initial muster to try her time in Columbia, celebrates a 100th anniversary of O’Keeffe’s time training during Columbia College and a infinite story of her growth as modernist. $12, admission. 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810, www.columbiamuseum.org

PROTECTING YOUR MONEY FROM SECURITIES FRAUD: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursday during a Lourie Center. Anna Rushton, bonds overdo coordinator and Taylor Faw, partner profession ubiquitous with a bonds multiplication during a Office of a South Carolina Attorney General will be benefaction to discuss: identifying initial red flags that might prove investment fraud; how to investigate a bonds veteran and plead some of a incomparable investment rascal cases in South Carolina. Light refreshments available. Free and open to a public. 1650 Park Circle. RSVP to (803) 779-1971 x 12, info@louriecentersc.com.

DEVINE NIGHT OUT: 5-10 p.m. Thursday on Devine Street. More than 50 stores and restaurants on Devine Street will acquire guest for an dusk of shopping, socializing and gratifying cheer. The celebrations’ continue from 8-10 p.m. with a giveaway after jubilee during Henry’s (2865 Devine Street), featuring live jubilee and an collection of nominal food beverages. A giveaway trolley with countless stops will take we from one finish of Devine Street to a subsequent – so we can park, walk, float and shop. www.devinestreetcolumbiasc.com

USC DANCE COMPANY PRESENTS “SYLVIA”: 7:30 p.m. Thursday during The Koger Center. Act One of “Sylvia” tells a Greek imaginary story of Aminta, a shepherd who is personally in adore with Sylvia, a huntress sprite who has betrothed never to love. When Aminta is incidentally pierced by Sylvia’s arrow, and she by a crawl of a adore God Eros, she starts to knowledge loyal love, though is suddenly abducted by a sceptical hunter Orion. $12 for students, $16 for University faculty/staff, troops or seniors 60+, and $18 for a ubiquitous public. 1051 Greene St. (803) 777-5112, www.kogercenterforthearts.com

A CHRISTMAS STORY: 8 p.m. Thursday during Town Theatre. One of America’s favorite holiday film classics will be achieved on theatre with all deduction ancillary Richland County Court Appointed Special Advocates (RC CASA) and a CASA Foundation. The eventuality starts with a wordless auction during 7:30 p.m. $25 for adults; $20 for comparison 65+/active avocation military/full-time college; $15 girl 17 and under. 1012 Sumter St. (803) 576-1735, www.towntheatre.com.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13

HEARD AT EVERY TURN: TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN SOUTH CAROLINA: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday during McKissick Museum. South Carolina’s formidable story has made a state’s contemporary normal music. For hundreds of years musicians and singers have mingled and traditions collided, combining colourful low-pitched experiences. Explore a low-pitched instruments, apparel, audio and video that tell a story of normal song story and use in South Carolina. 816 Bull St. (803) 777-7251, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/

THREADS: THE HISTORY IN OUR CLOTHES: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday during South Carolina State Museum. See some-more than 200 years of wardrobe and conform in a exhibition. From lab coats and motoring suits, to grave gowns and matrimony coats, to repurposed wardrobe and handmade work dresses, museum guest will be means to knowledge a opposite stories behind dual centuries of wardrobe articles ragged by South Carolinians. 301 Gervais St. (803) 898-4921, www.scmuseum.org

US: A CIVIL WAR, ARTWORK BY DAN SMITH: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday during City Art. Smith’s new physique of work includes churned media paintings, as good as photographs and installations desirous by a American Civil War. The artist trafficked via a United States visiting specific Civil War, many presented 150 year-old re-enactments. Along with endless reading, a sites became impulse for Smith’s artworks. 1224 Lincoln St. (803) 252-3613, www.cityartonline.com

GEORGIA O’KEEFE: HER CAROLINA STORY: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday during Columbia Museum of Art. Presents an muster of 14 works examining American painter Georgia O’Keeffe’s insinuate artistic epiphany means in South Carolina. Her Carolina Story, a initial muster to try her time in Columbia, celebrates a 100th anniversary of O’Keeffe’s time training during Columbia College and a infinite story of her growth as modernist. $12, admission. 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810, www.columbiamuseum.org

INDEPENDENT SPIRITS: WOMEN ARTISTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday during Columbia Museum of Art. South Carolina has constructed and nourished many “independent spirits,” women who work opposite a amicable pellet to pursue complicated and initial means of artistic expression. This vaunt is a preference of approximately 30 works by women from opposite a state, celebrating a creativity of contemporary women artists. Whether they work in painting, sculpture, assemblage, ceramics, or installation, these artists paint a definite purpose that women play in moulding a destiny of arts. $12, admission. 1515 Main St. (803) 799-2810, www.columbiamuseum.org

COLUMBIA IN CONTEXT: A LOOK AT O’KEEFFE’S CAREER WITH CODY HARTLEY: Noon, Friday during Columbia Museum of Art. The Columbia Museum of Art hosts a harangue with Director of Curatorial Affairs during a Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Cody Hartley. Hartley will yield a horizon for bargain O’Keeffe’s life over a exhibition, “Georgia O’Keeffe: Her Carolina Story”. Hartley offers discernment into how a early pieces featured in a muster made a artist’s career and fit into her altogether physique of work, as good as how they describe to O’Keeffe’s position as an American modernist. $12, ubiquitous admission. 1515 Main St. www.columbiamuseum.org.

ARTS AND DRAUGHTS SERIES: 7-11 p.m. Friday during Columbia Museum of Art. The museum hosts a final installment of a renouned array of 2015. Taste internal food and drinks by The Wurst Wagen, The Belgian Waffle Truck, KC Hotdogs, and Bone-In Artisan Barbecue on Wheels. The featured drink is Asheville’s Hi-Wire Brewing Company’s Hi-Wire Lager. Live song performances keep a jubilee going via a night with George Fetner The Strays, Zack Mexico, The Distributors, and ET Anderson. Guests can also suffer a Unique Perspective Tour with master storyteller Shannon Ivey of Yo Mama Theater, scavenger hunts, a print booth, and more. $9; $5 for members. Renew or turn a member that night and get giveaway admission. 1515 Main St. www.columbiamuseum.org

USC DANCE COMPANY PRESENTS “SYLVIA”: 7:30 p.m. Friday during The Koger Center. Act One of “Sylvia” tells a Greek imaginary story of Aminta, a shepherd who is personally in adore with Sylvia, a huntress sprite who has betrothed never to love. When Aminta is incidentally pierced by Sylvia’s arrow, and she by a crawl of a adore God Eros, she starts to knowledge loyal love, though is suddenly abducted by a sceptical hunter Orion. $12 for students, $16 for University faculty/staff, troops or seniors 60+, and $18 for a ubiquitous public. 1051 Greene St. (803) 777-5112, www.kogercenterforthearts.com

A CHRISTMAS STORY: 8 p.m. Friday during Town Theatre. One of America’s favorite holiday film classics will be achieved on theatre with all deduction ancillary Richland County Court Appointed Special Advocates (RC CASA) and a CASA Foundation. The eventuality starts with a wordless auction during 7:30 p.m. $25 for adults; $20 for comparison 65+/active avocation military/full-time college; $15 girl 17 and under. 1012 Sumter St. (803) 576-1735, www.towntheatre.com

BLITHE SPIRIT: 8 p.m. Friday during Drayton Hall Theatre. Noël Coward’s blustering imitation introduces us to renouned author Charles Condomine, who invites a city penetrating to his home usually so he can cynically investigate her techniques for his new book. Charles gets some-more than he bargained for, however, when a medium’s seance summons his defunct wife, Elvira. Thrilled to be liberated from a devout realm, Elvira starts a debate to retake possession of her widower, in annoy of a protests of his stream wife. Charles finds himself held adult in a regretful adversary between sky and earth that has him stranded precisely in a middle…in hell! $12 for students, $16 for USC faculty/staff, troops crew and seniors (60+) and $18 for a ubiquitous public. 1214 College St. (803) 777-2551, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/thea/draytonhall

HIWIRE TRAMPOLINE PARK: 9 p.m.-midnight Friday during HiWire Trampoline Parks. Club HiWire, lights go off; lasers come on. Club/dubstep music. 15 and adult only. $10. Irmo, 1019 Broad Stone Road. (803) 732-1900; Northeast, 741 Fashion Drive. (803) 360-7300.info@hiwire.info. For some-more information and a full report of events, http://www.hiwire.info

UPCOMING EVENTS

NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE TRIAL RIVER FESTIVAL: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 14 during a Cayce Historical Museum. Circle of Native Americans and a City of Cayce presents this jubilee to commend Native American heritage, enlightenment and history. The eventuality facilities dancing, storytelling, music, arts, food and more. 1800 12th St. Ext. Cayce. www.facebook.com/circleofnativeamericans.

KINGS WEAR CROWNS CHARITY DATE AUCTION: 1 p.m. Nov. 14 during Rue 77 Bistro Lounge. Ladies, squeeze your purses and join us for a gift date auction with Columbia’s many authorised bearded and natural-haired bachelors. This fun and flirty daytime eventuality is a loyal jubilee with a purpose. Supports “Mothers of Black Boys, Inc.” and their goal to tighten a feat opening for immature black males. 1301 Assembly St. https://kingswearcrowns.splashthat.com/

A CHRISTMAS STORY: 8 p.m. Nov. 14 during Town Theatre. One of America’s favorite holiday film classics will be achieved on theatre with all deduction ancillary Richland County Court Appointed Special Advocates (RC CASA) and a CASA Foundation. The eventuality starts with a wordless auction during 7:30 p.m. $25 for adults; $20 for comparison 65+/active avocation military/full-time college; $15 girl 17 and under. 1012 Sumter St. (803) 576-1735, www.towntheatre.com.

BLITHE SPIRIT: 8 p.m. Nov. 14 during Drayton Hall Theatre. Noël Coward’s blustering imitation introduces us to renouned author Charles Condomine, who invites a city penetrating to his home usually so he can cynically investigate her techniques for his new book. Charles gets some-more than he bargained for, however, when a medium’s seance summons his defunct wife, Elvira. Thrilled to be liberated from a devout realm, Elvira starts a debate to retake possession of her widower, in annoy of a protests of his stream wife. Charles finds himself held adult in a regretful adversary between sky and earth that has him stranded precisely in a middle…in hell! $12 for students, $16 for USC faculty/staff, troops crew and seniors (60+) and $18 for a ubiquitous public. 1214 College St. (803) 777-2551, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/thea/draytonhall

NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE TRIAL RIVER FESTIVAL: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 15 during a Cayce Historical Museum. Circle of Native Americans and a City of Cayce presents this jubilee to commend Native American heritage, enlightenment and history. The eventuality facilities dancing, storytelling, music, arts, food and more. 1800 12th St. Ext. Cayce. www.facebook.com/circleofnativeamericans.

COLA CD AND RECORD SHOW: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 15 during Columbus Meeting Hall. 30 tables of new and used CDs, vinyl annals and song memorabilia. Show constructed by Musical Roots Productions. Free admission. 1621 ½ Marion St. (919) 260-0661, Gerrycw51@gmail.com. www.musicalroots.net

HISTORIC COLUMBIA’S DOLLAR SUNDAY: 1-4 p.m. Nov. 15 during a Woodrow Wilson Family Home. Richland and Lexington county residents are invited to debate a ancestral home 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. Woodrow Wilson Family Home, 1705 Hampton St. Purchase tickets during a Gift Shop during Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St. (803) 252-1770, ext. 23; www.historiccolumbia.org

BEETHOVEN AND BLUE JEANS: 4 p.m. Nov. 15 during a Koger Center. Public radio celebrity – and means violist – Miles Hoffman earnings to a South Carolina Philharmonic. During “Beethoven Blue Jeans”, Music Director Morihiko Nakahara presents a “William Tell” Overture by Rossini before Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony. Tickets are $47, $39, $29, $21 and $17. Self-parking is $5 and Southern Valet provides cheuffer parking for $10. (803) 251-2222, www.KogerCenterForTheArts.com

A CHRISTMAS STORY: 3 p.m. Nov. 15 during Town Theatre. One of America’s favorite holiday film classics will be achieved on theatre with all deduction ancillary Richland County Court Appointed Special Advocates (RC CASA) and a CASA Foundation. The eventuality starts with a wordless auction during 7:30 p.m. $25 for adults; $20 for comparison 65+/active avocation military/full-time college; $15 girl 17 and under. 1012 Sumter St. (803) 576-1735, www.towntheatre.com.

THE PARKER QUARTET: 5 p.m. Nov. 15 during USC’s Johnson Performance Hall, Darla Moore School of Business. Now in their fourth year as a University of South Carolina’s quartet-in-residence, a Grammy Award-winning jubilee is apropos a tack for advantageous Columbia audiences and USC students of cover music. Free admission. 1014 Greene St. sc.edu/music/parker-residency.

BLITHE SPIRIT: 3 and 8 p.m. Nov. 15 during Drayton Hall Theatre. Noël Coward’s blustering imitation introduces us to renouned author Charles Condomine, who invites a city penetrating to his home usually so he can cynically investigate her techniques for his new book. Charles gets some-more than he bargained for, however, when a medium’s seance summons his defunct wife, Elvira. Thrilled to be liberated from a devout realm, Elvira starts a debate to retake possession of her widower, in annoy of a protests of his stream wife. Charles finds himself held adult in a regretful adversary between sky and earth that has him stranded precisely in a middle…in hell! $12 for students, $16 for USC faculty/staff, troops crew and seniors (60+) and $18 for a ubiquitous public. 1214 College St. (803) 777-2551, http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/thea/draytonhall

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