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The Queen of the Nile sails into the Koger Center in a ballet conceived and choreographed by William Starrett. Intrigue follows the Egyptian beauty from the royal bedchamber to the throne room and into the palace garden. A spellbinding musical score and scenic concepts transform the stage into the sumptuousness and grandeur of ancient Egypt and Rome. Watch as the legendary Queen allures both Julius Ceasar and Marc Anthony with her powerful personality and extraordinary charms. Ballerina, Regina Willoughby brings the iconic Queen to life in her farewell performance with the Columbia City Ballet.


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Body & Movement Explored

Body & Movement Explored is a unique performance showcasing the works of Columbia City Ballet dancers and other local choreographers who have created a unique mixed repertoire of works never seen before by any audience.

“We are very excited about the unique nature of this event. In Columbia, there are so many talented dancers and choreographers as well as within our own company. We are proud to showcase their pieces to our community,” said Columbia City Ballet Executive & Artistic Director William Starrett.

Columbia City Ballet’s mission is to offer South Carolina and Southeastern audiences the highest quality ballet. We in South Carolina can proudly claim one of the strongest and most versatile ballet companies in the Southeast. Since the Columbia City Ballet’s founding in 1961, it has integrated the world of dance within the community as the largest performing arts organization in the state.

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Craft With Purpose

Come join us to craft with purpose! During this two-hour event, the mentors and mentees will have the chance to get to know each other and make care packages for children with cancer in support of the mission of With Purpose, a youth-led, non-profit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for childhood cancer research. Light refreshments will be provided.

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Off the Wall - Columbia City Ballet

Gullah Paintings Brought to Life :: Off the Wall and Onto the Stage: Dancing the Art of Jonathan Green

Columbia SC Moms Blog is honored to partner with Columbia City Ballet to bring our readers the following postThe Columbia City Ballet is gearing up to bring back their one of a kind ballet – Off the Wall and Onto the Stage: Dancing the Art of Jonathan Green. Deemed “fabulous…an ingenious idea…striking” by the New […]

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Crafty Feast 2017

Crafty Feast juried indie craft fair in Columbia, S.C., Sun., Dec. 10
Crafty Feast – Columbia, S.C.’s one-stop indie shopping market – is back on Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Stroll the market-style setup to find unique handmade and repurposed gifts from a juried selection of nearly 100 Southeastern artisans
and makers. Enjoy snacks and sip on local craft beer, wine and mimosas. Admission is $3; free for kids 10 and younger. Preview vendors online at

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6 Rainy Day Activities to Keep Kids (and you) From Going Stir Crazy | Columbia SC Moms Blog

6 Rainy Day Activities to Keep Kids (and you) From Going Stir Crazy

Whether it’s rain, a 1,000-year flood, a hurricane, the threat of snow, or just freezing temperatures, there are always days – sometimes weeks – when our little ones are stuck inside. Those days are the longest, aren’t they? It turns out even 2-year-olds can get tired of television, and it’s anyone’s guess as to whether the kids […]

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Looking for a holiday craft for your kids? We have you covered! {Columbia City Moms Blog}

We Tried A Pinterest Craft! {Holiday Edition}

Pinterest is great for a lot of things.  Recipe ideas and meal planning, cute photos and inspirational quotes, and make-up tips paired with unrealistic fashion advice. Its addictive and fun. But you know what is equally fun? Busting a gut checking out the endless images of ‘Pinterest fails’. Thousands of pictures proving just because it […]

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