There are some great events happening this weekend in Columbia. Check them out....


Soda City Market

Rain or shine Soda City Market happens every Saturday. Get your local goods, produce and food in a great atmosphere.

When - Saturday
Time - 9am-1pm
Where - 1500 block of Main Street in Downtown Columbia.
Price - Free (except for what you buy:)
Website - SodaCitySC.com

EdLympics

Calling all EdLympians! Come and prepare yourself for the games by traveling through different stations to train your entire body. If you complete them all, you might just go home with the gold!
Hosted by Fitness Guru James Patrick

When - Saturday Feb. 17th
Time - 9am-5pm
Where - 211 Gervais Street
Price - Free with Admission
Website - http://edventure.org/events/edlympics-2018/?for=02-17-2018



World Beer Festival

Do you love beer? Well this is the world festival for it. Enough said.

When - Saturday Feb. 17th
Time - 11am-11pm
Where - State Fair Grounds - 1200 Rosewood Drive
Price - $80
Website - http://edventure.org/events/edlympics-2018/?for=02-17-2018

Seen & Unseen Photographs by Imogen Cunningham

American photographer Imogen Cunningham was an extraordinary technician who produced deeply poetic work. In the 1930s she joined the West Coast Group f.64, which included Ansel Adams, Henry Swift, and Edward Weston. Instrumental in the struggle for the acceptance of photography as a legitimate art form, Cunningham was also a social activist, documenting the beat movement of the 1950s and the countercultural revolution of the late 1960s. Throughout her career, Cunningham valued the importance of light, form, and pattern in her compositions. Her pioneering use of platinum printing and often of double exposures are still of interest to contemporary photographers. Cunningham, who died in 1976, remains one of the most popular and innovative photographers in the history of the genre.
When - Feb. 2nd - April 29th.
Where - Columbia Museum of Art
Website -www.columbiamuseum.org


Requiem for Mother Emanuel by Leo Twiggs

South Carolina artist Leo Twiggs created the nine batik works of art featured in Requiem for Mother Emanuel, in the aftermath of the 2015 murders at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston. Painting provided a vehicle for the artist to process this awful event and search for meaning. The final series reveals his reflections on, not only the shooting, but also the the responses of the family members, the church and fellow citizens.

When - Saturday Feb. 17th - April 18th
Time - 10am-5pm
Where - SC State Museum - 301 Gervais St
Price - $8.95 (Free with Museum Admission)
Website - SCStateMuseum.com


Preservation Workshop I Plaster at Seibels

Commensurate with ongoing structural investigations and eventual repairs at the Seibels House, several areas of plaster in both the walls and the ceilings were opened up for structural engineers to see inside. Attendees of this Preservation Workshop will have the opportunity to observe the full range of the plaster repair process. Each of the areas that was opened will be at a different stage in the process, so attendees will see how the different parts of a plaster systems work together from the lathe all the way to the finish coat

When - Saturday Feb. 17th
Time - 10am-12pm
Where - Seibels House - 1601 Richland Street
Price - $5 for Members, $10 for Non-Members
Website - https://www.historiccolumbia.org/events/preservation-workshop-plaster-at-seibels


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