2007-10-19 / Events

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ART Art,Art,and More Art at Mays Park will offer classes Oct.- March. Just the two of us, parent and child for ages 2- 4; Homeschool art for ages 4- 7, 8- 12, and 12 and up; and Afterschool for ages 4- 7, 8- 12, and 12 and up. Contact Steve Hewitt, 545-3100.

Brandon Figueroa, Stephanie Cole, Rachel Milas, Holly Walters, Nicole Carrion, Alexis Whitten, and Danielle Peters are among the featured dancers in PCA Dance Ensemble's Mostly Coastal Ghosts. Brandon Figueroa, Stephanie Cole, Rachel Milas, Holly Walters, Nicole Carrion, Alexis Whitten, and Danielle Peters are among the featured dancers in PCA Dance Ensemble's Mostly Coastal Ghosts. The S.C.Arts Education Booking Conference will be Mon., Oct. 23, 8 am- 1 pm at the Columbia Conference Center, 169 Laurelhurst Ave. www.southcarolinaarts.com.

CHURCH/CHARITY First Presbyterian Church's Wednesdays and Thursdays at First lunch service will begin at 11:30 am in Jackson Hall, 1324 Marion St. 799- 9062.

Trenholm United Methodist Church will hold its Festival of Faith Nov. 4- 7. 254-6695 or www.trumc.org.

St.David's Episcopal Church, 605 Polo Road, will host a bazaar Sat., Nov. 13., 9 am- 2 pm. 736-0866.

DANCE The Greater Columbia Chapter of the U.S.Ballroom Dancers Association will hold their dance party Oct. 27, 7:30- 10:30 pm at the Hugh Dimmery Memorial Center. 781-5248.

Christopher Cook is at the helm of High Voltage Theatre's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow to be performed at the West Columbia Riverwalk Amphitheatre. Christopher Cook is at the helm of High Voltage Theatre's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow to be performed at the West Columbia Riverwalk Amphitheatre. Dances of Universal Peace will be Sat., Oct. 27, 7- 9 pm at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2701 Heyward St. Contact Margueritte, 743-0731.

ENTERTAINMENT Trustus Theatre will present Bug beginning October 26, 200.

The Korean Fall Festival will be October 21, 4- 8 pm at 1412 Richland St.

Pavilion Coffee Shop will feature Mitch McVicker w/band October 27 beginning at 7 pm. 936-0500

Congaree National Park will host the 2nd annual SpiderBlitz Sat., Oct. 20. 776- 4396.

The Capital Senior Center will hold the annual Fall Festival Fri., Oct. 26, 10 am- 3 pm. 779-1971.

USC will present the Caskey Lecture Mon., Oct. 22, 7:30- 9 pm in the Lumpkin Auditorium of the Business School. 777-5400.

The 22nd Vista Lights will be Thurs., Nov. 15, 5- 10 pm. 269-4965.

Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church, 1005 Asbury Dr., will host Phantom of the Opera Sun., Oct. 21, 6 pm.

FAMILY The Columbia Museum of Art will hosts Family Fun Day October 20, 11 am- 2pm with performances from child- friendly rock band Lunch Money and storyteller Allan Wolf.

HALLOWEEN Richland Northeast High

School will present Mostly

Coastal GhostsOct. 30 & 31, 7 pm at the Richland School District Two Auditorium. 699-2800, ext. 2832.

High Voltage Theatre will

present The Legend of

Sleepy Hollow at the West Columbia Riverwalk Amphitheatre. Times are Oct. 18- 27 and Oct. 29- 31 all of 8 pm. 754-5244 or www.headlesshorsemanriver. com

All costumed kids are invited to Riverbanks' fifth annual Boo at the Zoo for a fun, family alternative to neighborhood trick- or- treating October 12- 14, 19- 21 and 26- 30 from 6 to 9 pm each evening. 779-8717 or visit www.riverbanks.org .

Grookett Photography Studio will present"Free Halloween/ Fall Photos" benefiting Toys for Tots," 12- 5 pm, Oct. 28 at the studio, lower level Midtown at Forest Acres for unwrapped toys for "Toys for Tots." No appointment. 803-782- 4546.

The Columbia Museum of Art will present lectronic and experimental hip hop musician DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid (a.k.a. Paul Miller) will visit the museum October 26, for a 10 pm Halloween dance party and a 3 pm lecture at the University of South Carolina (USC). 803-799-2810 or columbiamuseum.org, or at the door.

Richland Northeast High

School will present Mostly

Coastal GhostsOct. 30 & 31, 7 pm at the Richland School District Two Auditorium. 699-2800, ext. 2832.

The State Museumwill host Tricks and Treats Oct. 20 and 27. Wear a costume, and get $1 off regular admission. 898- 4921.

The State Museumwill host a Spooky Sleepover Oct. 26, 6:30 pm. 898-4989.

HEALTH Palmetto Health Hospitals will sponsor the annual Hearts and Hands Forever Walk Sun., Oct. 28, 3- 4:30 pm at Riverfront Park. 296-5636.

Carolina Wildlife Care will host its first 5K Walk/Run Sat., Nov. 3 in Lexington. Registration begins at 7 am. 238-7438.

The Haven in The Summit

will host Creati ng Moments

of Joy with Jolene Brackey, Alheimer's expert and author, Thurs., Oct. 25, 6:30- 8:30 pm. 788-4633.

MEETINGS Horrell Hill Family and Community Leaders Club meets the first Thursday of each month at 10:30 am. Contact Alice Williams, 776-7888.

The Richland County Republican Party meets the fourth Monday of every month, 6 pm at the Suggs & Kelly Law Center, 500 Taylor St. Contact Lou Nolan, 254- 9543.

Columbia's Parks and Recreation Toastmasters Club meets at noon the first and third Tuesdays of the month at The Charles R. Drew Wellness Center, 2102 Walker Solomon Way. Contact Larry S. Thompson, 545- 3095.

The Business Association of Columbia meets every Wednesday at the Summit Club for breakfast to share sales' leads. Contact Ken Connor, 256-2354.

The Downtown Columbia Lions Club meets the first and third Mondays for lunch. Contact Lloyd Pitts, 798-8256.

Toastmasters Club meets every Friday, 7- 8:15 am at Lizard's Thickett, 10170 Two Notch. Contact Caroline Meyer, 782-8844.

The Richland Democratic Women will meet Mon., Oct. 8, 5:30- 7 pm at the Adult Activity Center, 7494 Parklane Road. Contact Sandra Cocklin, 261-7730.

MISCELLANEOUS The Fall 2007 Main St. Marketplace will be every Friday in September and October, 10 am- 2pm. 779-4005, ext. 2042.

The 2nd annual Autumn Remembrance will be Oct. 30- Nov. 1 at the Five Points Fountain. 929-2600.

The S.C.Wildlife Federation will hold the annual Bass Fishing Tournament Oct. 27. www.scwf.org.

Palmetto Health Foundation's Festival of Trees will be Nov. 16- 18, 8 pm at the S.C. State Museum. 434-2827.

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will host An Evening of Miracles Nov. 17 at the Radisson Hotel off I- 20 and Bush River Road. www.eveningofmiracles.org.

MUSEUM The State Museum will display The Mark B. Coplan Collection of Art through March. Contact Paul Matheny, 898-4941.

MUSIC Columbia Harmonizers male chorus/ensemble meets Thursdays at 7:30 pm at Shandon United Methodist Church, 3407 Devine St. 798-1538.

REUNIONS Spring Valley High School will host an all- class reunion Nov. 2 & 3. 699-3500, ext. 5570.

The 1958 and '59 Columbia High Classes will host a reunion Jan. 19 at The Hall at Congaree Promenade, 320 Senate St. Class of '58 contact Jane, 738-1513 and Class of '59 contact Pat, 772-2218.

SPORTS The 7th Annual Sertoma Charity Golf Tournament will be Fri., Nov. 9 at Fort Jackson. Email jkslks@sc.rr.com for more information.

St.Andrews Park, 920 Beatty Road, will offer youth tennis lessons Wednesdays, ages 7- 14. Contact Leigh Cheatham, 754-7275, ext. 220.

The Katie and Irwin Kahn Jewish Community Center will offer a basketball program for kids in grades 3- 12. Contact Brenna Garrison, 787-2023, ext. 309.

TRAINING/EDUCATION USC will host a series of events celebrating African- American hair culture. The Hair Dance events are sponsored by the USC Arts Institute, the department of English, the Women's Studies Program, the department of art, the African American Studies Program and the Richland County Public Library. www.dinahjohnson.com

JoAnne and Russell Long, two renowned Montessori educators will be October 30 to present an introduction to this "Montessori Education; Illusion or Reality?" at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 1000 Greenlawn Road, 6:15 pm- 8:15 pm. 803/783-8838 or visit www.montessoricolumbia. com

Learn marketing your business on the web. sponsored by the SC Women's Business Center, 1225 Laurel St. (803) 461-8900 ext. 232 or register online at www.scwbc.org .

Team Oana will offer a seminar series Tuesdays through Nov. 13 at the St. Andrews Shepherd Center, 2600 Ashland Road. Contact Becky Swanson, 731-9394.

The S.C.Women's Business Center will offer a seminar on How to Start a Business Website Oct. 24, 9- 11 am. 461- 8900, ext. 232.

VOLUNTEERS The Five Points Wheels Transportation Program needs volunteers to drive its bus. Call Roger Cranford at the Capital Senior Center at 779- 1971 and ask for the Five Points Wheels office.

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