Go Columbia: On the horizon, Aug.11

08/10/2014 7:42 PM

08/10/2014 7:43 PM

>>> RECYCLING

Clean out that desk!

FREE DOCUMENT SHREDDING: 9-11 a.m. Wednesday at The UPS Store, 7001 St. Andrews Road. Shred360 will accept up to five boxes or bags of office quality paper, binders and notebooks. Arrangements can be made to have materials picked up, if a person is handicapped or medically restricted. A back-to-school supply drive will be held – requested items include No. 2 pencils, pens (red, blue, black), inexpensive flash drives, boxes of tissue, glue sticks, hand held pencil sharpeners, loose leaf notebook paper, 3-by-3 Post It notes, highlighters, composition notebooks (not spiral), graph paper and 3-by-5 index cards. (803) 463-7090 or email greg@shred360.com

>>> NIGHT LIFE

Christian comedy show

THE HEAVY HITTERS TOUR: 7:30-10 p.m. Thursday at the Medallion Conference Center, 7309 Garners Ferry Road. Performance featuring Christian/comedy headliners Akintunde, Marcus D. Wiley, Bone Hampton and Chinitta Morris (aka Chocolate) along with musical guests Bass Man Sam Jenkins, John Lakin & B.O.W. and Big Redd. Advance tickets are $25 ($26 at the door); groups of 10 or more, $20. (803) 920-1767; http://heavyhitterscolumbia.eventbrite.com

>>> ARTS & CRAFTS

Something for everyone

LEXINGTON ARTISANS MARKET: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at the American Legion Post 7, 211 American Legion Drive. More than 20 Midlands artisans will offer pottery, paintings, handmade sterling silver and copper gemstone jewelry, candles, photography, needlework, woodworking, art glass and fine art paintings. Free admission, free parking. A silent auction of sports and entertainment memorabilia will be held with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Post 7 and its programs. (803) 606-5250; http://scartisansmarkets.com

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