2009-12-11 / Events


-ART Columbia Museum of Art

will present The Dorothy

and Herbert Vogel

Collection: Fifty Works for

Fifty States October 23–January 17 at 1515 Main Street. 799-2810.

-BAZAAR Christ Life Church will host a Holiday Spectacular December 12–13, 6 pm, 2700 Bush River Rd. 798-4488 ext. 106.

-CHURCH/CHARITY Plantation Storage will be an official drop off location for Toys for Tots through the holidays. 4411 Hardscrabble Rd.

Spring Valley Baptist Church will host its Annual Christmas Celebration December 18–20, 7:30 pm, at 91 Polo Road. 736-0624.

Shandon United Methodist Church will host a Love Feast December 12, 7 pm at 3407 Devine St. 256- 8383.

Palmetto Paws and Tails will host Hungry Bowl Pet Food Drive through December 12. Donations may be deposited at A dog Eared Corner, Bilo at the Village of Sandhills, Mill Creek Pet Food Center and Piggly Wiggly on Devine. 760-5930.

North Trenholm Baptist Church will present a Night in Bethlehem December 16, 6 pm–8 pm at 6515 North Trenholm Rd. 787- 2133.

The Worship and Arts Ministry of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church presents two performances of The Many Moods of Christmas December 12–13, 6 pm, 6952 St. Andrews Road, Columbia, South Carolina. 732-2273 ext. 210.

-DANCE Contra Dance in Columbia will host a dance December 12, 7 pm–10:30 pm, at the Arsenal Hall Park Building. 787-1592.

The Greater Columbia Chapter of the U.S. Amateur Ballroom Dancers Association will hold its regular dance December 12, 7:30 pm– 10:30 pm, at the Hugh Dimmery Memorial Center (The Barn), 680 Cherokee Lane, West Columbia. www.USADance.us

-ENTERTAINMENT Brittons on Devine will host “Bob Fulton Day” December 19, 12 pm–3 pm, at 2818 Devine Street. 360-0693.

City of Columbia will host family–friendly New Year’s Eve Celebration December 31, 4 pm- 9 pm, at Finlay Park. 545-3100.

-HOLIDAYS Trustus Theatre will present its annual Christmas party December 13 at 6 pm. www.trustus.org or call 254-9732.

The Trenholm Artists Holiday Market will be held December 1–19, 10 am– 6 pm, at Forest Park Plaza just to the right of Piggly Wiggly in Forest Acres (next to Cardinal Newman High School).

Annual Holiday Open House at Capital City/Lake Murray Country Visitors Center will be December 12–13 at 2184 North Lake Drive. 781- 5940 ext. 3.

Historic Columbia Foundation will host Breakfast with Santa and Family Day December 19 at the Robert Mills Carriage House, 1616 Blanding Street. www.HistoricColumbia.org

‘Meet me at Crafty Feast’ will take place December 12, 1 am–5 pm, at the Tapp’s building on the corner of Main and Blanding. 348-8861.

-MEETINGS Richland County Democratic Women will hold its monthly meeting December 14, 5:30 pm, at the Adult Activity Center, 7494 Parklane Road. jprueitt@att.net.

-MEMBERSHIP The Capital Senior Center is now accepting new members. Memberships begin at only $20 a year. Offer ends January 1, 2010. 779-1971.

-MUSIC Columbia Barbershop Harmonizers, a male chorus/ ensemble, all types of music in the Barbershop Quartet style, is seeking male singers. Meets Thursdays, 7 pm at Shandon United Methodist Church, 3407 Devine St. 798-1538.

The Skipp Pearson Jazz Foundation and the Columbia Marriott present live jazz music Fridays, 9 pm–12 am at 1619 Pendleton Street, Columbia. skpfoundationlecafejazz.w ebs.com

Central Baptist Church of Columbia will present its annual Christmas Musical December 20, 5 pm, at Central Baptist Church is located at 3625 Clement Road. 252-3742

Ashland United Methodist Church will present “A Festival of Lessons and Carols” with choir, string quintet, organ, and handbells December 13, 10:30 am, at 2600 Ashland Road Columbia, SC 29210. 798- 5350, ext 10.

The Music Ministry of St. Andrews Baptist Church will continue its tradition of providing a special program of Christmas music to the community December 13, 5 pm, in the church sanctuary, at 230 Bush River Road. 798-7325

-PUBLIC ANNOUNCMENT The Eau Claire Community Council is now accepting applications for HolidayFest craft show and sale in the Historic Eau Claire Print Building, 3907 Ensor Avenue. Hours are 3–8 pm. www.eauclairecommunity. org -REUNION The Richland Northeast High School Class of 1987 will hold its 22nd reunion December 26, 2009, at The Coop, located next to the Carolina Stadium on Key Street. www.richlandnortheast87. org

-RUN/WALK 1st Annual Resolution Run 10K will be January 2, 9 am, at Sesqui State Park. 556-6285.

-SCHOLARSHIPS Zonta Club of Columbia is now accepting applications for its Young Women in Public Affairs Award. Deadline is February 15. 782-7772.

-SHOWCASE 29th Annual St. Andrews Women’s Club Bridal Showcase will be January 10, 12 pm–5 pm, at Americraft–ÂșCantey Building. 781-3145

-SPORTS Coach D’s Holiday Baseball Camp for ages 6–14 will be December 28–30, 10 am–2 pm, at the Hammond School Baseball Fields. 782-9947.

-TRAINING W.R. Rogers Adult Continuing and Technology Education Center has begun registration for its Introduction to Computer Class beginning January 11. 736-8787 ext. 317.

-WORKSHOPS South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs will host a free workshop on safe holiday toy purchases December 4, 8:30 am–1 pm, at 141 Monticello Trail. 734-4296.

Palmetto Health Baptist will offer Safe Sitters babysitting classes December 29–30, 9 am – 3:30 pm, at Palmetto Health Baptist Auditorium, 1501 Sumter Street. 296-2273.

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