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MAKE A SPLASH THIS SUMMER!
Twilight in theGarden, Featuring ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ When: Friday, July 14, 6 p.m. until after dusk Where: Riverbanks Zoo &Garden, Columbia, SouthCarolina Admission: $3 for Riverbanks members, $5 for general public Website: midlandswomensfair.eventbrite.com Riverbanks Zoo &Garden will make Friday nights a littlemore special this summer.Once a month, join the fun ofTwilight in theGarden as you beat the summer heat in the SplashZone at Waterfall Junction. Don’t forget your blankets, because after the sun sets, you’re invited to lounge on the lawn and watch “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” rated PG, in the garden’s amphitheater.This magical moviemakes for perfect viewing under the stars with your family!
MidlandsWomen’s Fair When: Saturday, July 29, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Where: JamilTemple, Columbia, SouthCarolina Admission: Free Website: midlandswomensfair.eventbrite.com Ladies, it’s time to pamper yourself. Midlands Women’s Fair is a one-day-only experience focused entirely on you!Take advantage of numerous vendors and demonstrations, includingmassages, makeovers, self-defense courses, canvas painting classes, and a fashion show, too.This is an event for mothers, daughters, sisters, and best friends forever. Grab your gal pals and get ready for the ultimate girls’ day out.
8thAnnual PalmettoTastyTomato Festival When: Saturday, August 5, 1–7 p.m. Where: Challenger LearningCenter, Columbia, SouthCarolina Admission: $15 per person, kids 12 and under are free Website: tastytomatofestival.com Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? Find the answer and somuchmore tomato-related goodness at the PalmettoTastyTomato Festival. Named one of Southern Living’s “Best in the South,” this summer festival celebrates local produce, farmers, musicians, and artisans. Stroll through the vendor booths while you enjoy live music from local bands andmunch on a fresh heirloom tomato. If you only attend one festival this summer, it should be this one!
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