Your april bucket list ideas

Your April bucket list ideas

Columbia - The StateApril 1, 2013 

What readers are excited about in April (share your thoughts in the comments section below)

 

I’m going to the April 20, 2013 Columbia, SC Doll Club Doll Show & Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. They will have everything right there for a full day of entertainment – music, food and knowledgeable doll dealers from several states with antique to modern dolls.

Cheryl Conrad, President, Columbia, SC Doll Club

 

 

 


  I’d like to submit Converge SE, a web design & development conference April 25-27 here on Main Street.

Gene Crawford

 

 

 


  Travelites, Inc. a Columbia naturist club, has a number of things I’m looking forward to in April, May, June, and July: Apr 13 — Low Country Boil, Ridgeway with hot tub (jacuzzi) & potluck supper; April 27 – Seventh annual Pioneer Days & potluck supper in Hopkins, with “bison burgers” provided by the club & ice cream social. A fun day, including guitar pickin’

Cheri Alexander

 

 

 


  Indie Grits! April 12-21; Columbia Museum of Art Contemporary Artist of the Year, April 26; Runaway Runway, April 6

Anne Postic

 

 

 


  No question….Runaway Runway 2013!!! April 6 at The Township. By far the most creative and energetic event of the season!!

Jodi Salter

 

 

 


  We are looking forward to the River Rocks Festival on April 13!

David Britt

 

 

 


  I’m looking forward to TOUCH A TRUCK at the SC State Farmer’s Market in West Columbia on Saturday, April 13.

Meredith Morris

 

 

 


Palmetto Half-Marathon on April 13. It will be my second half-marathon.

Wayne Shuler

 

 

 


  Ninth annual baseball tournament. The first pitch is Tuesday, April 2 at 11 a.m. The championship game will be played at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 5. SportsRadio 560 The Team will broadcast the afternoon and evening games online at www.560theteam.com.

Andy Hallett

 

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