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Hot Dates: Five after Five, Kid's Day and more

TODAY

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.

Free admission

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

FRIDAY

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

SATURDAY

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.

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