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Sep
21
Fri
Clinton-Sease Farm Corn Maze @ Clinton-Sease Farm
Sep 21 – Nov 11 all-day

Corn Maze & Playground Hours:

Fridays: 6PM – 11PM

Saturdays: 10 AM – 11PM

Sundays: 2PM – 7PM

Bring your own flashlight

Oct
1
Mon
Clinton-Sease Farm Corn Maze @ Clinton-Sease Farm
Oct 1 – Nov 21 all-day

Corn Maze & Playground Hours:

Fridays: 6PM – 11PM

Saturdays: 10 AM – 11PM

Sundays: 2PM – 7PM

Bring your own flashlight

Oct
2
Tue
Scarecrows in the Garden @ Robert Mills House & Gardens
Oct 2 @ 10:00 am – Oct 31 @ 4:00 pm

Scarecrows will take over the gardens of the Robert Mills House! This free exhibit will feature handcrafted scarecrows made by local families, business, organizations and classrooms. On a stroll through the gardens this fall, you’ll see dozens of ghoulish, historic and colorful scarecrows.

We are now accepting scarecrow registrations to place a scarecrow on the grounds. In addition to being available for public viewing during the month of October, hundreds of families will see the scarecrows at Trunk or Treat on Oct. 26. This exhibit runs throughout the month of October. Mark your calendars and take a stroll through the garden before it’s too late!

Oct
10
Wed
FOLKFabulous at the SC State Fair 2018 @ Rosewoods Building, SC State Fair
Oct 10 – Oct 21 all-day

FOLKFabulous@theFair returns for its second year at the South Carolina State Fair with a calendar chockfull of musical performances, artist demonstrations, and hands-on activities. This year’s activities celebrate South Carolina’s vibrant pottery traditions, drawing on two exhibitions on display at McKissick Museum: “Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler” and “Place It/Face It: Pottery by Eugene.” FOLKFabulous@theFair is located in the Rosewoods Building, adjacent to the Home Arts area. All activities are free and included with State Fair Admission. Daily activities include McKissick’s exhibition, “Pottery in South Carolina,” a Pottery Boneyard provided by the Newberry Arts Center and SC Clay Conference, and our oral history project, “Share Your Fair Story”. Stop by and share your favorite memory of your family’s quilts, canned or baked goods, or other State Fair traditions as we prepare to celebrate the SC State Fair’s 150th anniversary in 2019. Be sure to check our Facebook or Website for the daily schedule.

Visit https://www.scstatefair.org/attractions/crafts-art for the FolkFabulous schedule

South Carolina State Fair @ South Carolina State Fair
Oct 10 – Oct 21 all-day
Oct
12
Fri
Celebrate Restaurant Week at Midwood Smokehouse @ Midwood Smokehouse
Oct 12 – Oct 21 all-day

Restaurant Week is finally here and we’re inviting you to dine with us at Midwood Smokehouse!

We have a three course meal for $25 with your choice of slow smoked brisket, pork, bacon wrapped jalopenos, and more! End the night with our homemade Banana Pudding or Apple Cobbler.

Oct
15
Mon
South Carolina State Fair @ South Carolina State Fair
Oct 15 – Oct 26 all-day
Oct
17
Wed
Pain Medicine and Pain Management @ Jamaica, New York
Oct 17 – Oct 18 all-day

5th International Conference on Pain Medicine and Pain Management with the theme: “Together We Learn; Together We Grow”. This annual Pain Medicine conference is a remarkable event which brings together a unique and international mix of large and medium medical and clinical research and diagnostic companies, leading universities and medical research institutions making the conference a perfect platform to share experience, foster collaborations across industry and academia and evaluate emerging innovations around the world.

Oct
18
Thu
Museum of Oz @ South Carolina State Museum
Oct 18 all-day
Museum of Oz @ South Carolina State Museum | Columbia | South Carolina | United States

Get ready for a month-long Halloween adventure as the South Carolina State Museum becomes the Museum of Oz!

Travel to Oz with daily showings of, The Wizard of Oz 4-D Experience™, enjoy special OZ themed events all month long and adventure through the “Magical Maze of Oz” as you follow the Yellow Brick Road from a Kansas farm all the way to the Emerald City.

Activities are included with museum general admission. Planetarium and 4-D shows require an additional charge.

6th Annual Great American Whiskey Fair @ 701 Whaley
Oct 18 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This coming Thursday, lovers of the “brown water” will converge at 701 Whaley for the 6th Annual Great American Whiskey Fair. Originated in 2013 by Bourbon owner Kristian Niemi as “a way to pass time while the restaurant was in construction and to get Columbia excited about whiskey. It also scratched an itch in the southeast…no whiskey shows. Major US cities boasted of shows like WhiskeyFest, but the South was always missing on their itinerary. So, like his restaurants throughout the years (Mr. Friendly’s, Gervais & Vine, Solstice, Rosso Trattoria, and his upcoming Black Rooster), which he claims “were all very selfish endeavors to satisfy a need that I had. I just figured eventually everyone else would like it enough to be successful.”