Five After Five starts notwith a bang, but with aboogie: The Soul Mitesand Writer’s Block, twogroove-oriented bands.Five After Five runsthrough June 25 at theFive Points Fountain andfeatured performersinclude TreadmillTrackstar, Loch NessJohnny, Passafire, Leslieand Ballyhoo.
INFO: 6:30 to 10 p.m.
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The lineup for the restof the season:
April 9: Treadmill Trackstarand Remedy
April 16: Twilight Armadaand Tropic of Cancer Band
April 23: Starseed Projectand Mudfish
April 30: Ramona Driveand The Essentials
May 7: Loch Ness Johnnyand Drink Small
May 14: Passafire and TheDaylight Hours
May 21: Leslie withShallow Palace
May 28: Justin Smith &the Folk Hop Band andThe Dirty Lowdown
June 4: Tootie and theJones and Isabelle’s Gift
June 11: Hot LavaMonster and SequoyahPrep School
June 18: Josh Roberts &the Hinges and Dave BrittBand
June 25: Ballyhoo andThe Beat Foundation
Kid’s Day Columbia 2009Celebrate spring at theannual Kid’s DayColumbia, beginning Fridayand continuing Saturday.INFO: 6-9 p.m. Friday and11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdayat Finlay Park, TaylorStreet
Camden Kitchen TourTour some of historicCamden’s finest kitchens.Eight kitchens indowntown area homes willbe featured on the tour,sponsored by the Fine ArtsCouncil of KershawCounty.
Weekend eventsalso include a potteryshow and sale, winetasting and art exhibit.
INFO: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Saturday; tour begins atthe historic Douglas-ReedHouse on the Fine ArtsCenter campus,810 Lyttleton St. $25.(803) 425-7676;fineartscenter.org
Nature tour with RudyMancke
Take a guided nature touron the Cayce Riverwalkwith naturalist RudyMancke. The hikes arefree, but space is limited.INFO: 10 a.m. tourSaturday for kids and a 1p.m. tour for adults. CallCayce City Hall to registerat (803) 796-9020.