Ikebana and Americana
IKEBANA AND ZEN GARDEN EXHIBIT: Noon-4 p.m. Sunday at the Columbia Museum of Art, 1515 Main St. Ikebana International Chapter 182 presents a free exhibition inspired by the works of Norman Rockwell. There will be an exhibition and demonstration of zen garden construction. Participants will have hands-on experience building these sand and rock gardens. Children of all ages are invited and materials will also be available to take home. Admission to the museum is free on Sunday. (803) 799-7368
Never miss a local story.
SHEPHERD’S CENTER: Winter classes meet at 9 a.m. Wednesdays in the Leisure Ministries building at Trenholm Road UMC, 3401 Trenholm Road. New classes include Redefining Yourself After Retirement, Financial Planning for Retirement, What You Don’t Know About Medicare, Tai Chi, Mandala Drawing, Minor Prophets, All About Words, Operatic Gazetteer, Revolutionary War in South Carolina and Beginning and End of the Civil War. Continuing classes include creative writing, acrylic and watercolor painting, classic movies, bridge, dulcimers, ukulele, handbells, yoga, travel and French. Tuition of $30 provides access to all classes; optional three course hot lunch, $7. (803) 779-4449; http://shepherdcentercolumbia.org
>>> AT THE NICK
Just a little different
“REBIRTH OF A NATION”: 7-9:30 p.m. Monday at Nickelodeon, 1607 Main St. A “DJ mix applied to cinema,” the event reinterprets D.W. Griffith’s infamous 1915 film “Birth of a Nation.” DJ Spooky created the video remix as a live show and has performed it around the world.Tickets are $10. (803) 254-8234; http://nickelodeon.org