3-day weekend: what to do Thursday, Friday, Saturday

October 31, 2013 

Field musicians Scott Manny, top, and Ron Vido, play tunes during the Revolutionary War Field Days in Camden in 2011.

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Halloween Carnival

5-9 p.m. Thursday at Dutch Square Mall, 421 Bush River Road. Games, costume contest, hay ride, haunted house, entertainment, giveaways and more. Sponsored by the City of Columbia Parks and Recreation. (803) 545-3100


Film festival

Native American Indian Heritage Month begins Friday, and a full slate of events, including a film festival and storytelling sessions, are planned. Films featured Friday and Saturday at Carmike Cinema along Afton Court include “Chasing Shakespeare,” with Danny Glover and Graham Greene, “The Cherokee Word for Water,” and a day full of documentaries and films (10 a.m.-10 p.m.) Sunday at Conundrum Hall in West Columbia. Additional screenings are at the Nickelodeon theater Nov. 4-5.


Revolutionary War Field Days

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site, 222 Broad St., Camden. Daily admission is $8; seniors and military, $6; ages 6-12, $4; age 5 and younger, free. Family package (two adults and three children 12 and younger, $20. Free parking, no pets, please. (803) 432-9841; www.historic-camden.net

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