Friday Jan 19 @ 6:00 PM
Nut Job 2 Parents Night Out
Columbia Martial Arts & Fitness – It's a Nut Job 2 Parent's Night Out! Have a great night out while the kids join us for lots of fun and games plus the Nut Job 2 movie. In addition to the movie, there will be fun and games plus food and popcorn! This event is Friday, January 19 from 6:00 - 10:00 pm. It's a win-win - the kids have fun in a safe, positive, environment and you get some great alone or shopping time! The cost is just $20 for the first child and $15 for a sibling or friend. Space is limited so get registered today. The night is open for CMA students and friends 5 years old and up. Younger children in our Tiny Dragons program are welcome! Register at the CMA front desk or online at: http://member-site.net/?EV--XXbMh Please note that since space is limited, we cannot give Refunds.
Friday Jan 19 @ 6:00 PM
Yoga Flow with Alexandra Fleury
Tapp's Arts Center – This vinyasa style yoga class is a challenging practice where students will learn to link movement with the breath to build strength, flexibility and concentration to cleanse the body and relax the mind. The 4-week-series runs from January 19th to February 9, 2018 and is only $40. Contact Alexandra Fleury for information regarding drop-in availability.
Friday Jan 19 @ 6:30 PM
Red Bank Elementary School Roadrunners – The 2018 Daddy Daughter Dance will take place on Friday, January 19th from 6:30 to 8:00. Tickets are $5 PER DAD and will be sold at the door. We will be selling flowers for $1 per stem and pictures (two 5x7s for $5). All items will be cash only. If you have any questions or would like to help make the dance a huge success, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please complete the survey if you plan to attend: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2YB2F33
Friday Jan 19 @ 7:00 PM
Nerd Trivia Night
C. S. Lewis Student Center & St. Theodore's Anglican Chapel – Categories include Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Marvel. Winning team will receive a supply of Turkish Delight.
Friday Jan 19 - Jan 21 @ 7:00 PM
Agape Worship Center – Guest Evangelist Jocelyn Barnett, Ft. Lauderdale FL.
Friday Jan 19 - Jan 20 @ 8:00 PM
Emo Night Columbia: January 19th
New Brookland Tavern – Grab your black eyeliner, your skinny jeans and studded belts - Emo Night Columbia is back for 2018 - Columbia's meetup for those that never really left the Black Parade once they were welcomed into it. Prepare to relive your glory days and sing along while guest DJs take you back to your favorite moments in a dancefloor confessional that will give you a fever you can't sweat out. “Hands down this is the best event I can ever remember,” -Christopher Carrabba “I got no regret right now, i’m really feeling this!” -Thomas Delonge As always - *Post your song requests in the comments* • 8pm • $5 cover • Free admission til 10pm • $3 Black parade lemonade is back • facebook.com/emonightcolumbia new brookland tavern • 122 state st. Drinks will be at an All Time Low.
Friday Jan 19 @ 8:00 PM
Tapps Comedy Friday
Tapp's Arts Center – Soda City Stand Up is proud for the return of Comedian Blayr Nias. This will be Blayr's 5th trip to Columbia, and we are looking forward to an evening of laughs. Blayr Nias is not your average female comic. When she hits the stage it's with manic energy, high octane humor, and her trademark mega-watt smile giving her the nickname "GummyBlayr". Winning over audiences across the country with a dynamic stage presence, she shares her misadventures as 'The Bad Girl Next Door'. This Massachusetts native graduated from the George Washington University with a ?degree ?in Theater and Creative Writing. She performs at comedy clubs, corporate events, colleges, and even churches. She has worked with comedy greats like Ralphie May, Tom Green, Bobby Collins, Gilbert Gottfried, Rachel Feinstein, Marc Maron, Jim Norton, DL Hughley, and Katt Williams. She has lived in the South for the past 10 years giving her a unique blend of Northern Aggression and Southern Charm. In 2012 she was featured in the Pink Collar Comedy Tour at the Piccolo Spoletto Festival in Charleston, SC and performed in the Laugh Your Asheville Off Festival in Asheville, NC headlined by Jim Gaffigan. This was the year she was also a featured artist in the Charlotte Video Project, a collection of short films about the culture of the city. Along with Blayr DeShawn Mason Zlata Cass Tickets $5 advanced $8 day of
Friday Jan 19 - Feb 3 @ 8:00 PM
A Bright Room Called Day
Trustus Theatre – **Tickets are on sale December 19!** By Tony Kushner Directed by Erin Wilson From the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Angels in America (the first show in Trustus history to sell out before it opened!) comes this powerful portrayal of individual dissolution and resolution in the face of political catastrophe. Agnes Eggling and a bohemian group of friends gather in her cozy Berlin apartment to celebrate New Year’s Eve, 1932 – the year the Nazis win parliamentary control and ultimately propel Hitler to power. At first they can’t imagine anything will come of these political changes, but soon realize that the unthinkable is becoming the new normal. Interrupting this is Zillah Katz, a self-confessed paranoiac and left-wing crusader who scours the media daily from her tiny modern-day New York apartment, demanding that we examine our own political landscape. Tony Kushner’s epic, fantastical and witty play, A Bright Room Called Day, challenges us to face the world’s evils, both large and small, so we may stop the unthinkable from ever becoming normal again. General Public Tickets on sale: December 19th at 12am. Flex Pass and Donors on sale: December 12 Friday, January 19 – 8:00pm Saturday, January 20 – 8:00pm Sunday, January 21 – 3:00pm Thursday, January 25 – 7:30pm Friday, January 26 – 8:00pm Saturday, January 27 – 8:00 pm Sunday, January 28- 3:00pm Thursday, February 1 – 7:30pm Friday, February 2- 8:00pm Saturday, February 3 – 8:00pm A Talk-Back with cast and panelists will follow the performance on January 28th.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 7:45 AM
Red Shoe Run
RMHC Columbia SC – Come walk or run with us at our annual Red Shoe Run! On Januaray 20th, 2018, Ronald McDonald House Charities Columbia, SC will host our 12th annual run. It is a 5K and 10K course that takes you through the beautiful Shandon Neighborhood. Runners of all levels welcome and all the proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House as we continue to keep families together. Register now at StrictlyRunning.com!
Saturday Jan 20 @ 10:00 AM
Improvisation and Composition: Partner Improv
Tapp's Arts Center – In this workshop we will explore movement in relation to other people and how to connect with other dancers. Partnered improvisation offers an excellent source of inspiration, playfulness, collaboration, and creativity. We will learn how to improvise a movement piece as a conversation between two people without planning or speaking ahead of time. We will also consider what it means to have your own identity and “voice” while also listening to and sharing someone else’s. Partnered improvisation gives us a window into our own tendencies toward over-speaking or over-listening as movers and allows us to find a greater balance. Partnered improvisation is also an important foundation in developing group improvisation skills. 2 hours of dance for only $15 10 dancers max! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The M.A.C. (Movement Arts Co-Op) is Columbia, SCs first movement arts co-op and provides work space for movement artists and their students. Located within Tapp's Arts Center in the historic Tapp's Building on Main St.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 10:00 AM
ACS CAN SC Volunteer Training 2018
ACS CAN South Carolina – Our January 20th training luncheon is just around the corner, we invite you to take advantage of this opportunity to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families. Join us for an afternoon of camaraderie, knowledge, food, and hands-on advocacy. ACS CAN empowers people; patients, survivors, family members, friends, and health professionals; to be part of the growing national movement that is fighting back against cancer.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 10:00 AM
Big Kid Yoga 1/20
Pink Lotus Yoga Center – Big kids practice in the little room, while an adult gets some yoga time Saturday Special. Ages 8-12 explore yoga postures, meditation & focus techniques, acro yoga, and FUN!
Saturday Jan 20 @ 12:00 PM
SOLD OUT Macrame for Absolute Beginners
Tapp's Arts Center – Join Ashley Moore for a quick and easy beginner's class on macrame (textile art made from knotting). $15 includes materials so that you may leave with a finished piece. Yes, you can make a plant hanger!
Saturday Jan 20 @ 1:00 PM
Lazy Man's MLK Day of Service
C. S. Lewis Student Center & St. Theodore's Anglican Chapel – Want to be of service to the community, but also want to sleep in? We will be doing our own MLK day of service at the C. S. Lewis Center on Saturday.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 2:00 PM
NTL On Screen: Peter Pan
Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College – When Peter, a boy who magically never ages, loses his shadow, he enlists the brave Wendy Darling to help him reattach it. In return, he spirits all the Darling siblings to Neverland, where a riot of magic, music, and make-believe ensues – but will evil Captain Hook end their adventure... for good?
Saturday Jan 20 @ 3:00 PM
June in January Music and Beer Fest
Southbound Brewing Company – Come out and enjoy some southbound suds at this great festival sponsored by Craft and Draft Columbia. A special barrel aged brew will be pouring and a t shirt will go to the person to drink the last pour of Hop'lin.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 5:00 PM
Tapp's Arts Center – Join us for a fun and sassy new dance class. Based on R&B and Hip Hop dance, this class is for woman of all shapes to explore movement that is both sensual and empowering. Learn to "work it" in your high heels or ditch the shoes and focus on the short choreography that Britt will share with the class. Dress up or dress down, but be prepared to have a blast with your friends. This class is only $10, but space is very limited, so register today!
Saturday Jan 20 @ 5:00 PM
Happier Hour w/ Jordan
Pink Lotus Yoga Center – Enjoy this one hour all level class and receive a 15% off discount at The Old Mill Brew Pub after. Gotta detox to retox.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 6:00 PM
Tennessee VS South Carolina
University of Tennessee Alumni - Columbia, SC Chapter – What: Tennessee vs. South Carolina Basketball Games When: January 14, 2018 @ 1PM (Women's); January 20, 2018 @ 6PM (Men's) Where: Colonial Life Arena Cost of Men's Game: $20 Cost of Women's Game: $10 Cost of Both Games: $25 (Cheaper than USC Ticket Office) If you would like to purchase tickets to one or both of these games, please, follow the instructions below. STEP 1: Reply to this email with the following information: (1) Name, (2) Phone #, (3) Address, and (4) Ticket Order to email@example.com. Please, specify number of tickets and game (ie. Men's, Women's, or Both). We need this information in order to order your tickets and deliver your tickets to you. STEP 2: Submit payment by January 5, 2018, by one of the following methods. We can accept ticket order past this date, but to guarantee you are sitting with the Chapter, please, submit your order and payment before January 5, 2018. 1. Mail Payment to our Chapter Treasurer. Include the following information: (1) Name, (2) Phone #, (3) Address, and (4) Ticket Order, and make checks payable to "UTAA Columbia SC Chapter." Address: Laura Darnell Kemp, 24 Sweetbriar Lane, Columbia, SC 29223 2. Submit Payment by Paypal. Send payment to me "firstname.lastname@example.org." Remember, to send payment by "Send to Friends and Family in the US." Do NOT select that you are "paying for goods or services." You/We do not have to pay a fee if you submit your payment in this manner. If you have questions about paying by Paypal, contact me at 865-603-4646.