Upstate International will host a different kind of Día de los Muertos event this year -- a lesson about Catrina.
Carolina Dance Collaborative will host an Adaptive Flash Mob for their students with disabilities and their caregivers.
When it comes to Christmas-related performances, actor Lee O. Smith may be the most qualified to star as the title character in the South Carolina Children’s Theatre’s production of “Santa Claus: A New Musical.” Not only has he donned the red cap and shiny boots of Kris Kringle before, but he also may just have the holiday equivalent of a hat trick.
"I became the Jimmy Buffett of December. I could fill up every day in December with a show if I wanted to, and it was because people wanted to hear the song. They didn’t even necessarily want to hear the rest of the show."
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“International Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ plays an important role in our community by giving children and adults alike a chance to see a classic winter fairy tale, performed at a very high level,” Tressor says.
The annual event is held on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, making Augusta Road the place where many families experience the beginning of the Christmas season.
Billy Strings, International Bluegrass Music Association instrumentalist of the year, will be playing his unique brand of modern bluegrass around the campfire while guests enjoy a small plate menu of oysters and the usual fixin’s.
The Miniature World of Trains has opened at a new, larger location at 2801 Wade Hampton Blvd., which offers roughly 60,000 square feet compared to the 5,000 square feet at its previous downtown site.
Year-end holidays bring families together, offering relations a chance to do something they may have never considered: documenting the family’s health history.