Join us at Segra Park this weekend as the Fireflies transform into Los Chicharrones de Columbia to recognize the impact of Latin players on the game of baseball and the Midlands’ multi-ethnic Latin-X population.
Summer vacation is vastly approaching, and those kiddos are itching for some well-earned time off. After they have their small fix of relaxation, they’ll be ready to get on the move. Luckily, Columbia has a packed schedule of activities for the family to avoid any boredom.
If anyone thinks that things in Columbia start to slow down when the summer temperatures come to play, they’re in for a fun awakening. The May social calendar is packed with festivals, performances, and sunshine.
While you’re in town, stay out a little later, dance a little longer + say yes to that last cocktail, because all things buttery, syrup-covered and topped with a fried egg will be waiting (until 2 p.m.) to revive you.
On April 7th we will gather at the State Library and march to the South Carolina State House. The parade, complete with students, mascots, and a color guard, will lead us to the festivities on the State House grounds.
Safety advocates are raising concerns about the program stating that it may put the public at great risk by allowing potentially dangerous and inexperienced drivers behind the wheel of the largest vehicles on the road.
No matter what publication or survey you reference, the most popular resolutions each year revolve around health: losing weight, exercising more, and eating better. Those are goals we should all have. After all, nothing is more important than your health.
iLending just opened its latest location in Columbia, SC and celebrated its grand opening by donating 250 backpacks with food to Harvest Hope Food Bank locally to support food insecure students in our area. iLending is an car refinance firm now hiring qualified loan consultants at its new location (1001 Pinnacle Point Drive).
Sistercare’s mission is to provide trauma-informed services, to advocate for domestic violence survivors and their children, and to promote prevention of domestic violence through community awareness and training.