Clinton Sease Farm is the destination for people of all ages looking to get into the autumn spirit. From September 22 – November 5 get your fix of pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hayrides, and more all in one trip. Snap some gram-worthy pictures of you, your family, and/or your friendsContinue Reading

The Inaugural Follywood Fan Fest kicks off this Friday, September 22 at Steel Hands Brewing in Cayce. Fan Fest is a collaborative event for alumni and fans of both the University of South Carolina and Mississippi State University the night before the Gamecocks host the visiting Bulldogs from Starkville. HeadliningContinue Reading

Capital City/Lake Murray Country Regional Tourism Board (CCLMC) announced the official date of the Southeastern BBQ Showdown (SEBBQSD) August 31. The inaugural Southeastern BBQ Showdown will be held June 14 and 15, 2024 at Segra Park. “This inaugural event will be the first ‘Food Sport Competition Event’ ever to beContinue Reading

Bringing in the Sheaves camp meeting will be from September 23 – to October 1. The camp will be eight straight nights of worship and anointed preaching with a different Minister of the Gospel every night. It will be held 6 – 9 pm nightly at 261 Chapin Road inContinue Reading

The Ballentine Community Association is having a family picnic event on September 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tim’s Catering will be providing food, and the band Time Pirates will be performing music. There will also be a bounce house and mini playground for kids, and swimming in LakeContinue Reading

Come out to the annual Fall Arts & Crafts Market in West Columbia, for a two-day event September 16 – 17 featuring a lineup of more than 100 vendors. Explore a range of offerings, including photography, pottery, plants, items, and more. It will be held at 3483 Charleston Highway. AdmissionContinue Reading

West Columbia is holding its first-ever Meeting Street Music Fest on the 500 – 700 Blocks of Meeting Street on September 16 from 4 – 8 pm. The event will showcase a lineup of multiple genres of music, including nationally and regionally renowned artists. Performers will be The Reggie SullivanContinue Reading

The State Museum recently acquired a Bible once owned by William Turpin, a white South Carolina merchant and enslaver turned abolitionist. Inside the front cover of the Bible is a historical find: a handwritten list of dozens of enslaved people Turpin freed, illustrating the activities of a small, yet vibrantContinue Reading

The South Carolina Iris Society is holding its next monthly meeting this Saturday, September 9 at 2 p.m. at the Garden Club Council Building, 1605 Park Circle, Columbia. The Program will be “Getting Your Iris Ready for Winter” followed by a business meeting. The meeting is open to the publicContinue Reading

As the Summer season cools, folks turn their attention to getting back outdoors and Newberry’s Enoree River Winery offers a setting for outdoor fun. The free music series Unpack the Porch returns to the vineyard for weekly performances starting September 10 and runs through November 19. Richard and Laura LaBarre,Continue Reading