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ipants will receive an official race day t- the VA Office at 7pm. Discus- 2011 along with special guest group, The
EVENTS shirt. To register for this event contact,
Midtown Mall Walk, 3400 Forest Drive,
sion topics include: VA informa-
tion on events, programs and
Sunday Night Special; and Hollie Dowdy.
For more information call Carl Vick at 803-
AnnuAl HAllelujAH Hoe- Suite 2178 Columbia, SC 29204 or online 996-2181.
benefits with Veterans Service
down: to be held at Lexington Baptist at www.midtownmallwalk.wufoo.com/
Church on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at forms/race-registration-form. For more
Group leaders. The meetings are in
the Lexington Baptist Church campus lo- information call 803-575-0728 or email January, April, July and October. For
cated at 308 East Main Street, Lexington! us at midtownmallwalk@gmail. more informaion call 785-8400.
This fun-filled family event is hosted by
the Children’s Ministry, and the festivities
com. You may also find us on Fa-
cebook and Twitter@mid- Mu
will begin at 6:00 pm and will end by 8:00 townmallwalk. AdopT-A-HIGHwAy/AdopT-A-
p.m. Admission is a $1.00 donation. Hud- ColumBIA muSeum oF ART:
de: wATeRwAy: Keep the Midlands
son’s Barbecue will be available for pur- Colum
Corner Main and Hampton, Colum-
chase. For more information about the 9th annual parade Nov. 6, 3 Beautiful seeks volunteer groups to
p.m., Lexington. All Veteran Satur
bia. Tu. - Fri. 11a.m. - 5p.m. Satur- conduct litter pickups 3-4 times a
Hallelujah Hoedown, please call the Chil-
dren’s Ministry Office at Lexington Baptist Service Organizations, day 10a.m.-5p.m., Sun. year on local roads and waterways.
Church at 803.996.8802 Schools and the public 12p.m.-5p.m. Closed Mondays. Please call 733-1139 or visit www.
are invited to partici- Adults $10, Students $5. Every keepthemidlandsbeautiful.org.
RICHlAnd CReeK AnTIQue
FAll FeSTIVAl: NOVEMBER 4,5,6
IN SALUDA COUNTY The 16th Annual Fall
pate and attend to
honor our Veterans.
YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE Sunday is free. Info 799-2810.
edVenTuRe CHIldRen’S mu-
HARVeST Hope Food BAnK
VolunTeeRS: 12th Street pan-
Festival/Tractor/Engine show and pull will There is no entry Seum: 211 Gervais St., Columbia.
be held at Richland Creek Farms, 542
Richland Creek Road, Ward, S. C. 29166.
TO AREA EVENTS Open Tues. - Sat. 9a.m.-5p.m. and
try in Cayce and at Shop Road lo-
cation. Duties include interviewing
Sunday noon-5p.m. Adults $9.50 per clients, stocking inventory, packing
The festival site is located between se-
person (discounts for military and se
Batesburg-Leesville, Ridge Spring and Sa- groceries, bagging produce, etc.
niors). The second Tuesday of each Shifts available are 8:30am-
luda The gates open each day at 9:00 A.
M. and the tractor pull begins with a month is Family Night, 5-8pm with $1 12:30pm, 12:30-4pm or all day
featuring frozen specialty casseroles, per person admission. (803) 779-3100
demonstration pull at 7:00 P on Friday
.M. baked goods, crafted items for gifts, 8:30am-4pm. Info: 803-254-4432
with the Saturday pull beginning at 1:00 P . or visit www.edventure.org. ext. 115.
and multiple drawings for unique
M. The highlight for the weekend is a vis- HISToRIC ColumBIA TouRS:
it to Richland Springs Baptist Church prizes. Nov. 5, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., HoSpICe CARe oF SouTH
Saxe Gotha Prebyterian Church, See Columbia’s historic house mu- CARolInA SeeKS Volun-
For Old Fashion Day on Sunday be-
ginning at 10:00 A. M. For addition- 5505 Sunset Blvd., Lexington. seums every third Sunday. Tours on TeeRS: Become a volunteer and
al information see our web site at: Come early as last year’s “fare” the hour 1-4pm. Cost $1. Visitors make a difference in the life of hos-
www.richlandcreekantiques.com sold out early. Sponsored by the can select a guided tour of the pice patient and family. We are in
Or call 864 445 2781/e-mail jfber- Lexington Woman’s Club to ben- house of their choice, including the need of volunteers to visit with pa-
email@example.com efit Lexington School District 1 Robert Mills House, the Hampton- tients in the Batesburg-Leesville ar-
BnI ReFeRRAl Re- scholarships. Preston Mansion, or the Mann-Si- ea. Info: Director of Volunteers, at
SouRCe GRoup CHAp- mons Cottage. Tickets at Robert 803-403-3169 or aliciap@hospice-
TeR: Location: Holiday Inn Ex- Mills House Museum Shop, 1616 care.net.
press, Sunset Blvd. Lexington HALLOWEEN Blanding St. 803-252-1770. lICS VolunTeeRS: Lexington In-
Day/Time: Thursdays, 12- 5TH AnnuAl lexInGTon CounTy muSe- terfaith Community Services needs
1:30pm Contact: Lisa Still, HAunTed HISToRy
803.760.9665 BNI Our Net um: Collection of antebellum volunteers to help in donation center,
Works Chapter Location: Café buildings and artifacts. Tues.-Sat food pantry, thrift shop and social
TouRS: The Lexington
Chartier, Old Mill Lexington Day/ County Museum will host 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday 1-4p.m. services. Contact Julie Smith at 803-
Time: Wednesdays, 7:30-9am Con- the 5th Annual Haunted Closed Mondays and holidays. 231 957-6656 ext 225.
tact: Michael Eschbach, 803.260.6178 History Halloween program Fox Street at U.S. 378 (Columbia
meAlS on wHeelS: If you have
dReAm Home 2011: Columbia Met- at 231 Fox Street in Lexington Ave.) Adults $5, children $2. Info:
a couple of hours on a weekday, or
ropolitan is showcasing a brand new this year. You will hear 359-8369.
ghostly stories, including would like to deliver meals to the
home in the Saluda River Club neighbor- SC ARCHIVeS & HISToRy homebound on a continuous basis.
hood. Oct. 14-30 Mon - Sat 11 am - 6pm strange and unusual
events in Lexington CenTeR: Open Mon-Fri, 8:45am- Info: 356-5111.
and Sun 1 - 6 pm Cash & Carry Sale Oct. 4:45pm, at 8301 Parklane Road,
31 9 - 11 am 374 River Club Rd. Lexing- County ‘s antebellum RollInG ReAdeRS: a nonprofit
and Civil War history. Columbia.
ton, SC 29072 $10 for adults, children children’s literacy organization
and seniors 787-6501 www.columbi- Guests will visit a S.C. STATe muSeum: 301 Ger-
haunted ball, hear about seeks volunteers to read aloud or
ametro.com vais St., 898-4921. Adults $7, se-
Get your holiday season started with some of the many how to cure a hex, and tutor reading to children. For an
GueSS wHo’S ComInG To Halloween events going on around lexington. meet memorable specters along the way. niors $6, children 3-12 $5, under 3 hour a week, you can make a differ-
dInneR: A Pineview Ruritan Fundrais- Watch out for frights and surprises around free, Military discount $1. ence in a child’s life. Please call
er WHO? - Pineview Ruritan - www.pinev- kick off times, send a message to crim- every corner! Tours are Thursday Oct. 20 733-READ or email rollingreader-
fee and a memorial ceremony will be
iewruritan.com WHAT? - Annual Steak’n
Grits Fundraiser Dinner. The Pineview Ruri- held at the Veterans monument fol-
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit bam-
achapterofthemidlands.com and click on
and Friday Oct. 21 at 7, 7:30, 8, 8:30
(each tour lasts approximately 40 min- MuSIC email@example.com. More info at
tan will be serving a meal of steak, yellow lowing the parade. For details, call “schedule of events.” utes). Tickets are $6.00 for adults and wHITe Knoll HS ConCeRT:
ground grits, rice, gravy, vegetables, bread Sharon Willis at 785-1454 or the Lex- $3.00 for children under 12. For reserva- Whie Knoll High School Orchestra will VolunTeeRS needed: Guard-
and drink for $7 per adult and $4 per child. lexInGTon FARmeRS mAR- ian ad Litem is seeing volunteers.
ington County Veterans Affairs Office KeT: 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the
tions, call the Lexington County Museum present its fall concert Oct. 27, 7 p.m.,
WHEN? - THIS Friday! October 21, 2011 at 785-8400. at 803-359-8369 or email the museum at WKHS auditorium. Be the voice of an abused, aban-
between 4:30pm and 7:00pm. WHERE? - month on East Main Street. For more in-
JRFennell@lex-co.com. This event is doned or neglected child. Next
Pineview Ruritan Clubhouse at 2906 Pella ConTRA dAnCe In ColumBIA, fo call 803-359-4164. BRAVe new woRldS: 21 Sounds
family-friendly and fun. training session starts Jan. 24. Info:
Avenue, West Columbia 29170. It’s cen- SC non-pRoFIT 501(C)3 Series Presents Trailblazing Works for
trally located to Columbia, Cayce, and Lex-
ington! WHY? - Proceeds benefit the Pin-
All ages and skill levels welcome. No
FESTIVALS TRICKS And TReATS: at the State
Museum , Oct. 22 and 29 Columbia , S.C.
Flute, Piano What: 21 Sounds concert se-
ries Who: Flutist Jennifer Parker-Harley
Karen Joiner 957-6484
VolunTeeRS needed: Ascen-
eview Ruritan and community service partner necessary. On going monthly oKToBeRFeST: Annual shindig Oct. – Where can families go for two Satur- and pianist Aimee Fincher When:
15, 6 pm., St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, sion Hospice, located on Woodrow
projects. Your donation will also help out event: LOCATION: Arsenal Hill Park Build- days of safe Halloween fun? Follow the Wednesday, Oct. 26 (7:30 p.m.) Where:
ing, 1800 Lincoln Street Corner of Lincoln 403 Park Rd., Lexington. Enjoy Bratts and ghosts, ghouls and goblins to the South The White Mule (1540 Main St., Colum- St., Irmo, is in need of volunteers to
Heroes Vest Fund, Sister Care, Harvest
& Laurel Sts., across from Finley Park. Beer, German potato salad, and more! Carolina State Museum on Oct. 22 and bia, S.C., 661-8199) Why: To present assist with patient visits. Accepting
Food Bank, and more...
LIVE MUSIC: Rylie’s Chair TIMES: Tickets start at $12 (eat-in with one beer). Oct. 29 as the museum presents its an- contemporary classical music in a nontra- help during any hours individuals
beneFIT FoR wyATT: A Poker Run 7:00pm - 10:30pm ADMISSION: $8.00 Takeouts available. Proceeds benefit LICS nual Halloween event for families, “Tricks ditional venue How much: $5 Sponsored are able to give. Info: Brenda Sand-
for Wyatt Boatwright is being held at the door EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org and “Education-Hope” Scholarship. Nurs- and Treats at the State Museum !” For by: Rice Music House ers 803-796-9296.
Saturday, Oct. 22. Wyatt is battling a WEBSITE: www.contracola.org PHONE: ery provided. More info, call church office more information on “Tricks and Treats at
359-2444 or Gertie @ 240-9311. An the State Museum ” call (803) 898-4952 SAxe GoTHA pReSByTeRIAn VolunTeeRS needed: Harvest
brain tumor. Call (803) 413-1995 or 803-760-5881 (Columbia) CHuRCH: You are invited to our annual
RSVP would be helpful. or visit www.southcarolinastatemuseum. Hope Food Bank is seeing volun-
e-mail email@example.com. Kirkin’ O’ The Tartan service Saxe Gotha
HowlInG HAwGS CHARITy org teers. Help feed families in need
THe mAGIC oF joHn RIde FoR CHIldRen: Saturday, CounTRy FAIR: Oct. 26, 6-8 p.m., Presbyterian Church October 23, 2011 this Holiday season. Info: 803-254-
TudoR:There’s lots of Halloween mag- Oct. 29. Registration begins @ 9:30 a.m. First Baptist Church of Lexington, 415 THe HAunTed mIll: sponsored 8:30 and 11:00 Services Featuring the
ic in the air, as magician John Tudor will be – Dam Bar & Grill in Lexington. To pre-reg- Barr Rd. Walk Thru Jerusalem with by ABATE of Lexington. For three Palmetto Bagpipes and Drums
presenting a special Magic Theatre perfor- ister, go to www.DickersonCenter.org. Abraham the Camel, trunk or treat, weekends in October, we will be
mance. The Sandhills Horror, Village at
Sandhills, Saturday, October 29, 3:00 pm
Registration Price: Pre-Register before
Oct. 27th $20. per rider, $5 per passen-
rides, games, bounce houses, special manufacturing terror at the Old Mill,
BAnd/SenIoR nIGHT: All parents
are encourage to be present at the ZOO
needs area. Activites free. $2 corn 711 East Main St, Lexington. Fri and Friday, October 28th Brookland-Cayce RIVeRBAnKS Zoo & GAR-
till 9:00pm, with special magic perfor- ger. Day of Event Registration: $25 per Sat Oct 14/15, 21/22 and 28/29.
mances at 6 pm and 8 pm. Free candy for rider, $5 per passenger. Rain or Shine. All
dog, hot dog dinners available. Info: game to stand with their child on the denS: Off I-126 at Greystone
kids while supplies last. http://villageatsan- www.fblex.org. Doors open at 8PM. $10 per person. field during The Star Spangled Ban- Blvd., Columbia, or off U.S. 378 at
vehicles welcome. All proceeds benefit
dhillonline.com/events/the-sandhill-horror/ the Dickerson Center for Children, a local www.abateoflexington.com/haunt- ner. After the halftime performance Botanical Parkway in West Colum-
FAll FeSTIVAl: Oct. 29, 4-8 p.m.,
For more information call 803-351-6070, charity that helps victims of child abuse. edmill seniors and their parents will remain bia. Hours: 9:00a.m.- 4:00p.m. dai-
Lake Murray Community Center, on
or visit http:www.tudormagic.com Entertainment: My Affliction. St. Peters Church Rd. off US 378. Ev- on the field for senior recognition. ly. $11.75 for adults, $9.25 for chil-
weSTCoTT ACReS luxuRy RydeR Cup GolF: Sponsored by eryone invited for Pony ride, Hay ride, MEETINGS Alumni are invited to come play in the dren 3–12. Children 2 and under
peT ReSoRT: Celebrating 10 Years… Lexington Chamber of Commerce Games, Chicken Stew Dinner & Corn- stands with the band. Bring your own are free. 779- 8717 or visit www.
of loving and caring for pets! Saturday, pATRIoTS meeTInG: The Lexing- riverbanks.org
Nov. 14, noon, Golden Hills Country dogs w/ff, Sweet Shop, Country instruments.
October 22nd 10am to 4pm Open House ton 9/12 Chapter meets every
Club, Lexington. Format - nine holes Store, White Elephant Sale & DJ lAKe muRRAy SympHony oR- Boo AT THe Zoo: Boo at the Zoo
-See our 8 acres of pet nurturing. Pet Thursday at 7 p.m. at Maurice’s
best ball and nine holes Captain’s playing music. CHeSTRA (lmSo): is seeking ex- will take place on October 14-16 and
Adoption Event–Over 60 dogs and cats BBQ, located across from McDon-
looking for homes! Introducing Western choice. A two-man team is $195 and pond BRAnCH unITed meTH- ald’s at the intersection of I-20 and perienced bassoon, french horn, and 21-30 from 6:00pm-9:00pm. Tickets
Riding Lessons sign-up! Halloween Pet includes lunch and drinks all day. odIST CHuRCH: is having its annual South Lake Drive. www.the912p- players in all string sections. The or- are $6 for members and $8 for the
Costume Contests Plenty of food, fun Sponsors needed to promote your Fall Festival on Saturday, October 22 from rojectsc.org. For info call 359-3822. chestra, now in its 7th season, is general public. Guests are encour-
and…. PETS!!! Bring your pets!! They’re business, enjoy a fun day of golf and 10 am to 2 pm. The FREE activities will in- comprised of volunteer musicians and aged to buy their tickets in advance
family, aren’t they? 6005 Wescott Road, help fund other Chamber events clude a Giant Slide, pony rides, games, VeTeRAnS SuppoRT: the Lex- is dedicated to performing classical, online at www.riverbanks.org to avoid
Columbia,SC 29212 www.WescottAcres. throughout the year. Contact the face painting, cakewalks, food and drink. ington County Veteran’s Affair Of- light classical, and pops music, expos- standing in line. Trick-or-treating is re-
com 803.407.4708 Bring your friends and family for a time of fice will be at: Batesburg-Leesville
Chamber at 359-6113 for details. ing the audience to a variety of quality served for kids 12 and under. Cos-
fun and fellowship. Pond Branch is located Police Department on the first
THe mIdTown mAll wAlK: BAmA CHApTeR oF THe mId- just off I-20, Exit 44 at 1913 Pond Branch live music. For rehearsal and audition tumes are encouraged, but in the
Raises Funds in Support of Breast Cancer Tuesday of the month from 9 a.m. information call 803-400-3540 or see spirit of a happy Halloween, River-
lAndS: Gameday parties will be at Road, Gilbert.
Survivors Saturday, October 22 at Rich- Bailey’s Sports Grille, 115 Afton Ct., off to 12 p.m. and the Chapin Town www.LMSO.org . banks asks that any adult costumes
land Mall late registration starts at 8am, of Columbiana Drive in Harbison, begin- Hall on the second Tuesday of the be family-friendly and anyone over the
Walk starts at 9:15am Each registrant
can nominate a cancer survivor to receive
ning September 3 at 12:21 PM. Alumni HOLIDAYS month from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. lIVInG FounTAInS: of Lexington,
SC, will host their monthly Southern Gos- age of 12 not wear costumes or
& friends of the Crimson Tide are invited There is also an Advisory Meeting on pel concert at Round Hill Baptist Church masks that cover the face.
a FREE glamour hair system and all partic- HolIdAy FARe: 2nd annual bazaar
to join us. To receive email notices of the first Monday of every quarter in at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 22,
Don’t be left out. Deadline is Friday before publication but try to get your information to us at least two weeks before your event. Calendar items are available for business
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