1 Oktoberfest Columbia is happening Friday through Sunday at Incarnation Lutheran Church on Devine Street.
Friday and Saturday 11 AM to 10 PM and Sunday 12 Noon to 8 PM.
This festival of German heritage is free and open to the public, and includes activities for the kids, live entertainment, authentic German home-cooked food, and plenty of German beer!
2 The South Carolina State Fair begins tomorrow October 11th and runs through the 22nd with ride, live music and my fave…fair food.
Tickets and details at scstatefair.org
3 Friday October 13th Range 2.14 presents The Midnight Masquerade.
Proceeds will go towards helping veterans struggling with PTSD and the mission of saving the lives of those who served.
Join more than 200 guests for a night of intrigue and fun.
Attendees should come dressed to impress (semi formal), and don’t forget the mask. DJ music, silent auction, hors d’oeuvres and a full service bar.
Be ready to rock the night with great food, drinks and entertainment. Tickets and details at range214.org
4 On Thursday, Oct. 19, 2016 Michelin’s Lexington Site will host the 11th annual Michelin United Way Golf Tournament in support of the United Way of the Midlands.
The United Way supports and partners with more than 100 different agencies and groups that offer support for education, health and human services, advocacy for women and children.
If you want to play or have questions…reach out to Henry McGill at (803) 951-5546 or by email at: Henry.McGill@michelin.com
5 The Clemson Sandhills Farmers Market is today 2 PM to 6 PM at The Clemson Research Center on Clemson Road across the street from The Village at Sandhills.
The market is home to farmers from around the region and all are required to personally grow a certain percentage of the items that they sell.
The market often features live music and healthy lifestyle demonstrations in addition to special theme market days.
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