Hello Friday! It’s time for this week’s edition of the Friday Five, our weekly roundup of five fun things happening around the Columbia area over the weekend. No matter what you choose to do, the staff and agents at Johnson & Wilson Real Estate Company wish you a very happy and safe weekend!
The Columbia Fireflies play the Charleston Riverdogs in Columbia this weekend at Segra Park! Games started on Tuesday and continue through Sunday the 11th. Tickets start at $10.00 and parking is $5 (card only). This is a great way to get your family outside this weekend! Be sure to wear sunscreen and bring water because it is sure to be a hot one!
The ‘Ironic Cutcain: Art from the Coviet Underground’ exhibit opens today July 9th at the Columbia Museum of Art. Talk with the collector and artists behind the exhibit and take advantage of extended hours (10 am - 8 pm)! Plus this event is FREE! Reserve your spot online here!
Begin your day with yoga on Boyd Plaza outside the Columbia Museum of Art. Zsofia Jilling of Kudzu Yoga will be leading an all-level Vinyasa yoga session for museum members and non-members 9 am Saturday July 10th. Registration in advance is required to ensure physical distance. Guests must bring their own mat. This session is $15 for the public / $12 for members. Tickets and details can be found at https://www.columbiamuseum.org/events/yoga-boyd-plaza-2.
Did someone say all you can eat blue crabs! Southeast Crab Festival at Saluda Shoals Park is back on July 10th! Offering the Low Country Coastal Heritage of outdoor cooking of fresh seafood, this festival brings Charleston to the Midlands. Festival goers get access to all you can eat fresh Blue Crabs, one side of Fish & Chips, Music and a Family Friendly Environment for the entire family.
Head to EdVenture Children's Museum with your kids for interactive science to ignite everyone's passion for learning. Exhibit topics range from biology, anatomy, journalism to aerospace! Tickets start at $11.00. The museum is open Monday - Saturday 9 am - 4 pm and Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm.