Friday, April 22, 2016

Busy weekend in store for Columbia




This Friday (April 22) is Fourth Friday in Columbia, Marietta, and Wrightsville.  

Visit participating galleries and local venues from5 to 9 pm. Details on exhibits and other specials may be found at either the SVCC website or our Facebook page.  

A special venue attraction is the exhibit in the Caretakers Cottage at Mt Bethel Cemetery from 5 to 9 pm

Save some time to stop by Columbia Crossing to enjoy the artwork displayed there, or visit the newly re-opened Jonal Gallery.

Join SVCC as we welcome Beauty in the Beast located at 18 S Third St, Columbia. ribbon cutting will take place at 4:00 pm on Friday April 22. Meet the owners, enjoy some light fare, and help SVCC congratulate this new venture. An invitation is attached.

Don't go far after the ribbon cutting, because we have a second grand opening just down the street.  Aha Sweets, located at 8 S Third St, Columbia, will celebrate their opening with a ribbon cutting at 5:00 pm. Meet the owners, enjoy sweets, and congratulate this additional new business.

The Columbia Shade Tree Commission will hold their 25th consecutive observance ofArbor Day at 6 pm on Friday, April 22.  Join this observance at the Columbia School District Administrative Center (200 N Fifth St, Columbia) during the Fourth Friday activities.

Sahd's Metal Recycling will host their annual Earth DayObservance on Saturday, April 23, from 9am to 1 pm.  Stop by to learn more about recycling and other Earth friendly activities.

AND, did you know that the National Watch & Clock Museum will launch a new exhibit this week? Sacred: Symbolism and the Religious Concept of Time, a look at how the five major religions view the passage of time, will first open to the public on Friday, April 22, and will remain on display through the end of the year.

2 comments:

  1. 8 south 3rd is a MUST STOP!
    THE DECOR, CHILDREN'S AREA AND MENU ALONG WITH THE OWNERS DELIGHTFUL PERSONALITIES ARE JUST A FEW OF THE GREAT WORK YOU WILL DISCOVER THERE!! KUDOS

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  2. I think the addresses for the new businesses are wrong on the flyer picture. I believe article is right. They are located on S.3rd St.

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