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Summer Fun Guide - Columbia & Lower Richland

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C O L U M B I A
S O U T H C A R O L I N A
THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2011
WWW.THESTATE.COM
COMMUNITY ZONE 3
NEIGHBORS
COLUMBIA & LOWER RICHLAND
O L Y M P I A | E A U C L A I R E | S H A N D O N | R O S E W O O D | F O R E S T A C R E S | E A S T O V E R | H O P K I N S
POWER COMPANY,
(803) 786-3825, www.thepowercompany.org 
,
Sessionsmeet at Godbold Studio on the campus of Columbia College, 1301 ColumbiaCollege Drive (North Main Street and Columbia College Drive)
POWER COMPANY DANCE MASTER CLASSES:
10 a.m.-noon Saturdays, June 11, July9, Aug. 6. Variety of dance experiences from contemporary dance technique andrepertory to cardio dance and contact improvisation led by PoCo dancers. All ages;$20.
POWER COMPANY DANCE INTENSIVE/POWER TOOLS:
10 a.m.-4 p.m. July 20-22.Designed for students in middle and high school, camp will feature contemporarydance technique, composition, repertory and improvisation. $175.
RICE MUSIC HOUSE,
(803) 254-2777, www.ricemusichouse.com
,
MUSIC IN ME:
9-9:50 a.m. June 6-10 (registration deadline, May 24) and July 25-29(registration deadline, July 12). This one-week piano program will provide aninteractive introduction to music and the keyboard for ages 4-6. Students will learnto play pieces at the keyboard as soloists and in groups with daily opportunities forperformance, improvisation and listening. $129; registration and materials, $35
YOUNG MUSICIAN:
10-10:50 a.m. June 6-10 (registration deadline, May 24) and July25-29 (registration deadline, July 12). In this one-week piano program for ages7-10, beginning pianists will be introduced to music and keyboard basics. There willbe opportunities for performance, solo and duet playing, listening and interaction.$129; registration and materials, $35
KEYBOARD ENCOUNTERS:
11-11:50 a.m. June 6-10 (registration deadline, May 24)and July 25-29 (registration deadline, July 12). This one-week program is designedfor ages 11-14 who are interested in learning to play the piano. Students will learnfamiliar and new songs at the keyboard and will have opportunities for musicalimprovisation. In each class students will be encouraged to play and performas soloists and in pairs or groups. $129; registration and materials,$35
S.C. SUMMER DANCE CONSERVATORY,
(803) 777-7264, www.cas.sc.edu/dance
,
BALLET INTENSIVE, JAZZ/CONTEMPORARY INTENSIVE:
July 10-29 at 324 Sumter St., on theUSC campus. For serious dance students ages11-21 pursuing excellence in technique, artistry andperformance. Study with a world renowned faculty in astate of the art facility and enjoy fun evening and weekendseminars and field trips. Residential, $2,150; commuters,$1,150.
HEATHWOOD HALL EPISCOPAL SCHOOL,
(803)231-7710, www.heathwood.org 
,
MERRY MUSIC MAKERS:
9 a.m.-noon June 27-July 1, at 3000South Beltline Blvd., Columbia. Grades NS3-5K, $150. Singing,making instruments, experimenting with sound.
CAROLINA MUSIC ACADEMY,
(803) 738-0920,www.carolinamusicacademy.com
,
Sessions meet at 5220 Clemson Ave., (St.Martin’s-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church).
MUSIC LESSON MINI-COURSE:
Six 30-minute private lessons in piano, voice, guitar,flute, violin, cello, double bass and Suzuki guitar. Suzuki guitar: preschoolers andolder; piano; age 6 and older; voice: rising sixth-graders and older. $125;registration deadline is June 10.
SUMMER GUITAR INSTITUTE:
10 a.m.-noon June 20-24 (beginners); July 18-22(advanced, one year study required). Group instruction, guest artists, music reading and chords. $160; registration deadline is June 15.
COLUMBIA MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION,
(704) 524-8676, e-mail:cdesc5678@gmail.com
,
CENTER FOR DANCE EDUCATION:
Weekdays June 13-Aug. 12 at 914 Pulaski St. inthe Vista and 711 E. Main St., Lexington. Ages 2, 3-5, 5-8, and 9-12 will receiveintroductory experiences to explore creativity in music, drama and dance.
THEATER, DRAMA
TOWN THEATRE,
(803) 799-2510, www.towntheatre.com
,
Camps held at 1012Sumter St.; Costs are $165 per week or $300 for two-week sessions. A $100non-refundable deposit is required to hold a spot in any of the camps.
FAIRY TALE THEATER 1:
9 a.m.-noon June 13-17. Participants ages 5-9 will learn thebasics of character development, play theater games and perform in a production of a favorite fairy tale.
Wondering what to do with your kids thissummer? We’re here to help. Today’sNeighbors features our annual summer
camp and activities guide
. Many campslisted here are around your neighborhood;for a searchable
list of more offerings
around Richland and Lexington counties,go to
thestate.com/summerfun
.
MUSIC, DANCE
SEE
ARTS CAMPS
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ILLUSTRATION BY SUSAN ARDIS/SARDIS@THESTATE.COM
 
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THE STATE, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
NEIGHBORS
Deadline for changes or deletions is Friday - 2 p.m. Call Antoinette Frazier at 771-8323
Zone 3
Anglican
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Meeting at the State MuseumGervais Street; follow signsDiscovery Center nursery!Worship: 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.mwww.apostlescolumbia.orgANGLICAN MISSION IN AMERICA
Christian Science
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1114 Pickens StreetS.S. & Church 10:30 a. m.;Wed. 6:30 p.m.Reading Room: Tuesday & Thursday10am – 1pm, 1114 Pickens Street
Episcopal
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1300 Pine Street(corner of Pine and Lady Sts.)8:45 a.m. - Christian Education10:00 a.m. - Holy EucharistThe Rev. Calvin R. Griffin, Rectorwww.stlukescolumbia.org803-254-2327
C
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7244 Patterson Road, 776-1864Turn off Garners Ferry Rd.Across from Walmart.Holy Communion Sunday 10 a.m.Nursery Provided
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5220 Clemson Avenue(between Trenholm Rd.& Forest Dr.)8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.Holy Eucharist(Nursery 10:15 a.m.-12 noon)The Rev. Sarah V. Johnston, Rectorwww.stmartinsinthefields.com
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ICHAEL
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6408 Bridgewood Road • 782-80808 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite One8:45 a.m. Breakfast10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite TwoNursery 9 a.m. -12:00 p.m.Church School 9:30-10:15Taize Service: 1st Sunday ofeach month @ 7:00 p.m.www.stmichaelepiscopal.com
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900 Calhoun Street(1 block from Governor’s Mansion)9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I10:00 a.m. Church School11:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II
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E
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ATHEDRAL
1100 Sumter Street- across from the State House -Sunday services in the Cathedral:Holy Eucharist: 8:00, 9:00,& 11:15 a.m.Choral Evensong & Eucharist4:00 p.m.11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharistin Keenan ChapelNursery availableat 9:00 & 11:15 a.m.Weekday Holy Eucharistin Keenan Chapel:Monday at 5:15 p.m.Tues., Thurs., Fri. at 12:15 p.m.Wed. at 7:30 a.m.803-771-7300www.trinitysc.org
EvangelicalLutheranChurch InAmerica
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Wildwood & Arlington St.S.S. 10 a.m.,Worship/Communion 11 a.m.Ron Brown Pastorwww.alccsc.com
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HEPHERD
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3909 Forest Drive, Cola.Contemporary Service: 8:30amSunday School 9:25 amTraditional Service: 10:30 am787-4413www.gslc.com
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1118 Union @ River Dr.New Worship ScheduleWorship: 9:00 & 11:15 a.m.Phone: 252-1507A RIC congregation
Friends(Quakers)
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Meeting for Worship (Unprogram’d)Harmony School,3737 Covenant Rd.Sunday: 10:00 a.m.Information 252-2221
IndependentEvangelical
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OLUMBIA 
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VANGELICAL
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HURCH
1013 Barnwell Street - 799-1628Sunday School 9:15 a.m.Worship 10:45 a.m.Bible Study & Youth 6:00 p.m.Wednesday Prayer 6:30 p.m.
Non-Denominational
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2440 Atlas RoadSUNDAY8:00 a.m. Early Morning Worship11:00 a.m. Morning WorshipChildren’s Church (Ages 3-11)Tuesday 7:00 p.m.Mid-Week ServiceVisit www.bwcar.org for aLive WebCast of these services.
PresbyterianA.R.
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1413 Laurel StreetSunday School 10:00 a.m.,Worship 11:00 a.m.765-0368centennialarp@bellsouth.net
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Lady & MarionSunday Worship Service8:30 a.m., 11:15 a.m. & 6 p.m.Sunday School 10 a.m.Sundays 11:00 a.m.WISW 1320 AMDr. Sinclair B. Ferguson, Pastor799-9062www.firstprescolumbia.org
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4325 Wilmot Ave.,Columbia SC 292059:30 a.m. Sunday School10:30 a.m. Worship Service(803) 787-6370www.sherwoodforestchurch.org
PresbyterianChurch inAmerica
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Monticello Rd. at Wildwood Ave.S.S. 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m.803-252-9296www.ECPChurch.org
PresbyterianU.S.A.
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USA 
3200 Trenholm Rd.Cola., SC 29204Phone (803) 256-1654www.eastminsterpres.orgDr. Bradley D. Smith, PastorRev. Jonathan S. Wagner,Associate PastorsMr. Jeffrey S. SmithDr. James I. St. JohnWorship each Sunday9:00a.m. & 11:15 a.m.Sun. 11:15 JubileeS.S. 10:00 a.m., Children & Adults
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6500 North Trenholm RoadColumbia, SC 29206803-787-5672www.flpc.orgRev. Ellen Fowler Skidmore - PastorWorship Services 9 & 11 a.m.Sunday School 10 a.m.
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ADSON
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RESBYTERIAN
1720 Sumter St. - 765-9192Sunday School: 10:00 a.m.Worship Service: 11:00 a.m.
S
HANDON
P
RESBYTERIAN
C
HURCH
607 Woodrow StreetColumbia, SC 29205Phone: 771-4408 Fax: 771-6223www.shandonpres.orgWorship 8:45 and 11:00 a.m.Fellowship Noon
Sunday School (for all ages) 9:45 a.m.
Nursery/childcare providedAgnes Norfleet, PastorChild Development Center8 weeks to after-school 8th gradePhone: 799-8533www.shandonprescdc.org
Roman Catholic
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809 Calhoun St.Saturday Mass at 5:00 p.m.Sunday Masses: 8:00 & 9:15 a.m.Coffee Following 9:15 a.m. MassConfessions on Sat. 4:30-5 p.m.
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3600 Devine St.Saturday Vigil 5:30 p.m.Sunday Masses: 8:15 a.m.,10:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.
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2229 Hampton StreetSat. Vigil Mass 5:00 p.m.Sun. Masses 9 & 11:30 a.m.
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1529 Assembly StreetSaturday, (Sunday Liturgy)5:30 p.m.Sunday: 8:30 a.m.,10:00 a.m., 12 Noon5:30 p.m. Sunday eveningMasses scheduled during the week:Monday 8:30 a.m.Tuesday through Friday 8:00 a.m.803-779-0036www.visitstpeters.org
Seventh-day Adventist
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OLUMBIA 
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DVENTIST
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HURCH
831 Maple St.(Corner of Maple & Preston)803-834-9115www.midtownchurch.netSabbath school - 10:00 a.m.Sabbath worship - 11:15 a.m.
Southern Baptist
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HANDON
B
APTIST
C
HURCH
5250 Forest DriveDr. John R. Lincoln, PastorWorship Service 10 & 11:30 a.m.Sun. Schl. 8:45 a.m. & 10 a.m.www.shandon.orgMain Office 782-130024 Hour Prayer Room, 790-AMEN
UnitarianUniversalist
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NITARIAN
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NIVERSALIST
2701 Heyward Street • 799-0845Worship Service, 11 a.m.“The People Speak”by Rev. Dr. Neal Jones.www.uucolumbia.org
UnitedMethodist
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NITED
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ETHODIST
(Gamewell off Forest Dr., atBruegger's Bagel, to 4600 Daniel Dr.)9:45 Sun. Schl.;11 Morning WorshipTodd Davis, MinisterBonnie Lutz, Dir. of Youth & Educ.
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EQUINCEY 
N
EWMAN
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ETHODIST
C
HURCH
Rev. Joseph A. Wilson II, Pastor7801 Wilson Blvd. 786-9894Sun. Schl. 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m.
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HANDON
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M
ETHODIST
3407 Devine St.8:45 & 11 a.m. Traditional Worship11:05 a.m. LifeLineContemporary Worship9:45 a.m. Sunday SchoolNursery ProvidedDr. Michael L. Guffee, Sr.,Senior Ministerwww.shandon-umc.org256-8383
STAJI5273-99-0
BASIC ACTING:
1:30-4:30 p.m.June 13-17. Ages 10-18 willexamine the elements of creating a performance on stage, including voice, movement and characterdevelopment. No prior acting experience required.
BACK STAGE PASS:
1:30-4:30 p.m.June 13-17. Ages 11-18 will learnhow to design, paint and buildsets for the stage. Students willnot be on stage but will create thestage for performing. Will notculminate with an on-stageperformance. However, they mayalso be able to work the summermusical as a technician.
STAGE ESCAPE:
9 a.m.-noon June20-24. Ages 5-9 will examine theelements of creating aperformance on stage, including voice, movement and characterdevelopment. Participants willperform a mini production onstage.
IMPROVISATION AND SCENICARTISTRY:
1:30-4:30 p.m. June20-24. This two-part camp forages 10-18 will focus first onimprovisation through games andexercises and then on techniquesfor painting theater sets. Noprevious improv or artistic skillsneeded.
HAVE A BANG WITH CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG:
9 a.m.-noon June27-July 1. Ages 5-9 will performsongs from the show and learnhow the inner workings of a showcomes to life on stage.
STAGE MAKE-UP AND LIGHTING:
1:30-4:30 p.m. June 27-July 1.Ages 10-18 will learn how to applystage make-up to create some of the stage’s best loved characters.
FAIRY TALE THEATER 2:
9a.m.-noon July 11-15. Participantsages 5-9 will learn the basics of character development, playtheater games and perform in aproduction of a favorite fairy tale.
ADVANCED ACTING:
1:30-4:30p.m. July 11-15. Ages 10-18 willlearn how to create a characterthrough scene study. Will work onselections from various plays tobreak down the beats andrhythms of the script. Scenes willbe challenging and requireprevious acting experience.
CREATIVE DRAMATICS:
9a.m.-noon July 18-22. Ages 5-9will perform in a short productionof a children’s classic story andlearn about all aspects of thetheater including sets, costumes,props and acting.
MUSICAL THEATRE PRODUCTIONS:
1:30-4:30 p.m. July 18-22 and25-29. Participants in thistwo-week camp for ages 10-18 willcreate an original musicalperformance. Campers will learnelements of acting, singing anddancing and help with costumesand set decorations.
FAIRY TALE THEATER 3:
9a.m.-noon July 25-29. Participantsages 5-9 will learn the basics of character development, playtheater games and perform in aproduction of a favorite fairy tale.
USC SUMMER DRAMA CONSERVATORY 
,
(803) 777-9353www.cas.sc.edu/thea
Summer Acting Intensive, led byUSC theater professor Peter Duffywith assistance by graduatetheater students, meets weekdayson the campus at USC.Registration deadline is April 19.
HIGH SCHOOL CONSERVATORY:
9a.m.-4:30 p.m. June 6-24. Rising ninth- through 12th-graders;$600.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CONSERVATORY:
9 a.m.-noon June 6-17. Rising sixth- through eighth-graders;$300.
UPPER ELEMENTARY CONSERVATORY:
9 a.m.-noon June6-17. Rising fourth- andfifth-graders; $300.
EARLY ELEMENTARY CONSERVATORY:
9 a.m.-noon June20-24. Rising first- throughthird-graders, $200.
HEATHWOOD HALLEPISCOPAL SCHOOL
,
(803) 231-7710; www.heathwood.org 
MUSICAL FAIRY TALES:
9a.m.-noon June 13-17 at 3000South Beltline Blvd., Columbia.Grades 5K-3, $150. Exploreseveral fairy tales, then decide onone to dramatize through acting,song, stage movement andperformance.
WORKSHOP THEATRESCHOOL OF PERFORMINGARTS
,
(803) 799-1009www.workshoptheatre.com/ classes.html
SUMMER CAMPS AND CLASSES:
June 6-July 27 at Kristin DavisStudios, 6335 Elmwood Ave.Weeklong camps, multiweekcourses and one-day sessions onsuch topics as “Children’sStorybook Theatre: Fracturing Fairytales”; “Mini-Musical All-DayCamp”; “Shakin’ UpShakespeare”; “Improv for Teens”;“Musical Theater Song Workshop”; “Getting Rid of YourSouthern Dialect” and more forages 3 and older.
COLUMBIA CHILDREN’STHEATRE
,
(803) 691-4548www.columbiachildrenstheatre.com
Sessions meet on the secondlevel at Richland Mall, 3400Forest Drive.
PUPPETRY CAMPS:
9 a.m.-1 p.m.June 6-10 (rising second- throughfourth-graders) and June 13-17(rising fifth- throughninth-graders). Participants willlearn the art of puppetconstruction and manipulation asthey build puppets in a variety of styles. Showcase for parents onthe last day of camp. $175;includes all materials.
GLEE! CAMP:
9 a.m.-1 p.m. June20-24. Rising sixth- through12th-graders will learn vocaltechnique, choreography andstage presence with aperformance on last day of camp.$150.
ARTS & CRAFTS
COLUMBIA MUSEUM OFART
,
(803) 799-2810www.columbiamuseum.org 
Summer Fun at the Art School,1515 Main St. For ages 4-16.Pre-registration required, fees arenon-refundable. Early dropoff formorning camps, is 8:30 a.m.;afternoon camps, 12:45 p.m.$135; members, $108 (unlessotherwise noted). New this year isLunch Buddies Camp —participants attending camps withan asterisk (*) can spend the dayat the museum. Lunch Buddiesbring their own bag lunch, mustbe registered for morning andafternoon sessions and pay a $25fee.
ART EXPRESS — PLAY WITH CLAY:
9 a.m.-noon June 6-10, for ages4-6. Dress for a mess.
HEROES AND VILLAINS:
9a.m.-noon June 6-10 and July18-22. Ages 7-10 will create theirown comic books, learning thebasic concepts of design,perspective and figure drawing,developing storylines and inking.
ART AVENGERS:
9 a.m.-noon June13-17. Ages 7-10 will use theirskills of deduction and love of artto explore all areas of the building;solving a museum mystery whilelearning techniques to create a“missing” artwork.
CERAMICS — MUD MATTERS:
9a.m.-noon June 13-17. Ages 8-12will learn one of the oldest formsof making art while creating three-dimensional works in thestudio. $190; members, $152.
ART EXPRESS — ART AROUND THEWORLD:
9 a.m.-noon June 20-24.Ages 4-6 will discover art fromdifferent cultures and createworks on the places they visit.
* PAINTING — FROM CAVES TOCANVAS:
9 a.m.-noon June 20-24.Ages 7-10 will learn differenttechniques as they journeythrough the development of painting.
* MOSAIC MASTERPIECES:
1-4p.m. June 20-24. Ages 7-10 willwork with pattern and design tocreate their own mosaicmasterpieces.
ART EXPRESS — FAIRY TALES ANDFABLES:
9 a.m.-noon June 27-July1. Ages 4-6 will search thegalleries for their favorite fablesand fairy tales, enjoy a story andcreate art based on the legendarystories.
GO GREEN OR GO HOME:
9a.m.-noon June 27-July 1. Ages7-10 will learn about recycling andcreating art out of what mostpeople throw away.
FASHION FIRST:
1-4 p.m. June27-July 1. Fashionistas ages12-16 will learn about colorcombinations, patterns anddesign as they sew an outfit andaccessories. Includes a field tripto House of Fabrics to selectmaterials and talking with a localdesigner. $150; members, $120.
ART EXPRESS — ART ANIMALS:
9a.m.-noon July 11-15. Ages 4-6will take a safari through thegalleries, discover where animalshide and create animal-inspiredart
USC COLLEGE OFHOSPITALITY, RETAIL ANDSPORT MANAGEMENT
,
(803) 708-2772www.hrsm.sc.edu/fashioncamp
FIVE DAYS OF FASHION FUN:
9a.m.-5 p.m. June 6-10, rising seventh- through ninth-graders; 9a.m.-5 p.m. June 13-17, rising 10th- through 12th-graders at theDepartment of Retailing, CarolinaColiseum, 701 Assembly St.Campers will make an entire outfitand matching accessories whichthey will model in the Fridayfashion show. Includes instructionin fashion illustration, patterncutting, sewing techniques,garment decorating andrenovating, wardrobe wisdom,what not to wear, accessorizing,merchandising and retail, jewelrydesign, professional hair andmakeup for the fashion show.$495 (includes all craft andsewing supplies, lunches andsnacks). Early registration (bymidnight April 30), $450.
HEATHWOOD HALLEPISCOPAL SCHOOL
,
(803) 231-7710; www.heathwood.org 
All camps on school campus,3000 South Beltline Blvd.,Columbia, unless otherwise noted.
FANCY NANCY’S CREATIVE CAMP:
9a.m.-noon June 6-10. Grades5K-2, $150. Hands-on projectsbased on popular book series.
KNIGHTS, CASTLES & CATAPULTS,OH MY!:
9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 13-17.Grades 2-5, $175. Make castlesand catapults, design armor andshields, play games, make crafts,eat foods as they did in medievaltimes.
COMIC BOOK CREATIONS:
9a.m.-noon July 18-22. Grades4-12, $150. Learn the steps usedto create a comic book. Camperswill take home a printed copy anda CD copy of their own comicbook.
CAMP VAN GOGH GO!
,
(803) 771-8080www.mymadplatter.com
Sessions meet June 6-Aug. 8 atThe Mad Platter, 3101 MillwoodAve. Campers will complete six toeight projects, which will be readyin about 10 days. $25 depositrequired to reserve a spot for yourchild.
LITTLE ARTISTS CAMP:
Ages 3-6. 9a.m.-10:30 a.m. June 14-18 andJuly 29-23; $70.
BEGINNERS CAMP:
Ages 7-9. 9a.m.-noon June 21-25, June28-July 2; July 12-16, 26-30, Aug.2-6 and 9-13; 1-4 p.m. June 7-11;$135.
INTERMEDIATES:
Ages 10 andolder. 9 a.m.-noon July 5-9; 1-4p.m. June 21-25; July 19-23,26-30 and Aug. 2-6; $160
MUD CLUB:
2 p.m. Thursdays; forcampers who wish to pick andchoose their mediums.
701 CENTER FORCONTEMPORARY ART
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(803) 779-4571, www.701cca.org 
Youth Summer Art Workshopsmeet 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at 701Whaley St, second floor. Studentsages 6-17 get hands-onexperience with the arts under theguidance of local artists andinstructors.
FIRE UP THE KILN:
Beginning ceramics, June 6-19. Basic toadvanced hand-building techniques, participants willcreate pinch pots, coiled pots,lidded containers and otherpieces. All works will be kiln-fired,glazed and available for pick up10 days after the workshop.$125.
ARTS CAMPS
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GIRL SCOUTS OF S.C. —MOUNTAINS TO MIDLANDS
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(864) 770-1410, www.gssc-mm.org 
SUMMER FUN DAY CAMPS:
June20-24 (registration deadline May27), June 27-July 1 (registrationdeadline June 6) and July 11-15(registration deadline June 20) atWil Lou Gray Opportunity School,330 W. Campus Road, WestColumbia. Discovery and skillbuilding experiences related to theenvironment/nature, music, art,dance and STEM (science,technology, engineering andmathematics). For girls entering grades 1-5. $130; Scout fee, $100.
HAMMOND SCHOOL
,
(803) 776-0295www.hammondschool.org 
HAMMOND SUMMER CAMPS:
Timesvary depending on camp, June6-Aug. 5 (closed week of July 4), atHammond School, 854 GalwayLane. A variety of summer campsexploring a range of subjects –outdoors, sports, recreation,academics, hobbies – for boys andgirls pre-K through 12th grades.$135-$350
(803) 796-1892; www.eaa242.org 
INTERNATIONAL YOUNG EAGLESDAY:
9 a.m.-2 p.m. June 11, atColumbia Owens Downtown Airport,1400 Jim Hamilton Blvd. Aviationinstruction and free airplane ridesfor ages 6-18. Must beaccompanied at airport by an adult.
RIVERBANKS ZOO ANDGARDEN
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(803) 978-1113www.riverbanks.org 
SPRING BREAK CAMP — WILDNEIGHBORS:
9 a.m.-3 p.m. April19-21. Ages 5-9 will enjoy dailyanimal encounters,behind-the-scenes tours, zoo walks,arts and crafts, games and more.Drop off, 8:45-9 a.m.; pick up,3-3:15 p.m. $150; members, $120(includes T-shirt). $5 sibling discounts. Extended Stay and Play,3-5 p.m., $45 (children must bepicked up by 5:15 p.m.). Campersshould bring a lunch, snack andfilled water bottle.Summer camp sessions meetweekdays June 6-10, 13-17, 24-24;June 28-July 1, 5-8,* 7-11,18-22,25-29; Aug. 1-5, 8-12. *July 5-8session (Week 5), $152; members$96 (unless otherwise noted).
SPROUT CAMP:
9:30-11:30 a.m.9:30-11:30 a.m.Tuesdays-Thursdays for ages 3-4with an adult. Hands-on activities,stories, garden hunts and crafts atRiverbanks Botanical Garden.$114; members, $84.
KINDERCAMP:
9 a.m.-noonweekdays for ages 4-5. EarlyExtended Stay and Play, 7:45-8:30a.m., $25. $190; members, $120.Wild Seasons — Weeks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.Sense-able Animals — Weeks 2, 4,6, 8,10.Wild Weeks meet 9 a.m.-3 p.m.weekdays for ages 6-12. $255;members, $185. July 5-8, $204;members, $108. Early and LateExtended Stay and Play, 7:45-8:30a.m. and 3-5 p.m.; $75.
ZOOPER HEROES:
For ages 6-7.Watery World — Weeks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.Egg-cellent Adventures — Weeks 2,4, 6, 8, 10.
RIVERBANKS RANGERS:
For ages8-9. Wildlife Trackers — Weeks 1, 3,5, 7, 9. Holes, Houses andHideaways — Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
ZSI (ZOO SCENE INVESTIGATORS):
For ages 10-12. Animal Forensics —Weeks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. Alpha andOmega — Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
YMCA 
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www.columbiaymca.org 
Jeep Rogers Family YMCA, 900Lake Carolina Drive, (803)451-9439; Lexington Family YMCA,401 YMCA Road, (803) 359-3376;Northwest Family YMCA, 1501Kennerly Road, Irmo, (803)407-8007. Drop-off and pickupavailable at the Downtown YMCAfor Lexington sessions.7:15 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays June6-Aug. 12 (no camps July 4-8).$150; members, $100.
EXPLORERS:
Students entering kindergarten.
VOYAGERS:
Rising first-graders.
DISCOVERERS
: Rising second- andthird-graders.
NAVIGATORS:
Rising fourth- andfifth-graders.
TEEN ADVENTURERS:
Rising sixth-through ninth-graders. $180;members, $130.
DIVA CAMP:
Fun stuff for girlsentering second through eighthgrades at above camps, June20-24. An additional session will beheld July 18-22 at the Jeep RogersYMCA. $225; members, $175
SPLASH & DASH:
July 18-22. Aweek’s worth of pools, splash pads,inflatable water slides, lakes andwater parks for rising second-through eighth-graders. $225;members, $175.
SCI-VENTURE:
July 25-29 at abovecamps and the Downtown YMCA,1420 Sumter St. Rising third-through eighth-graders willexperience science adventures onMonday, Wednesday and Fridaymorning, then head for the greatoutdoors on Tuesday, Thursday andFriday afternoon for orienteering,geo-cache, basic survival skills,archery and more. $225; members,$175.
PIONEERS:
Ages 3-5, 8 a.m.-noonJune 13-17, 20-24; July 11-15,18-22, 25-29. $95; members, $80
CHEERTASTIC:
Jumps, flips, dances,
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cheers, stunts, squad teamworkplus swimming and games in theafternoons for rising kindergartenthrough eighth-grade students. 7:15a.m.-6 p.m. June 27-July 1 and Aug.1-5. $180; members, $130.
CITY OF COLUMBIA PARKSAND RECREATION
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(803) 345-3100www.columbiasc.net/parksandrec
Accepting registration for full-daysummer camps for ages 6-12 at allparticipating locations and the mainoffice, 1932 Calhoun St. Sessionsmeet 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. May 31-Aug.12; $45 per week.Edisto Discovery Park, 1419 WileySt., (803) 255-8103Emily Douglas, 2500 Wheat St.,(803) 733-8531Greenview, 6700 David St., (803)754-5223Hampton, 117 Brandon Ave., (803)776-9082Heathwood, 800 Abelia Road, (803)733-8446Hyatt, 950 Jackson Ave., (803)733-8446M.L. King (sports), 2300 Greene St.,(803) 733-8452Lorick, 1600 Lorick Ave., (803)691-9339Melrose, 1500 Fairview Road, (803)733-8493Pinehurst, 2315 Pinehurst Road,(803) 733-8449Sims, 3500 Duncan St., (803)733-8451St. Anna’s, 1315 Liberty Hill Ave.,(803) 733-8450Woodland, 6500 Old KnightParkway, (803) 776-1096
Camp Horizons:
8 a.m.-5 p.m. June6-Aug. 12 at Eau Claire Town Hall(across from Hyatt Park). Earlydrop-off, 7:30 a.m.; late pickup, 6p.m. Program for ages 13-16; $45per week; additional fees apply forfield trips, lunch provided.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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(803) 343-8550www.firstbaptistcolumbia.com/ summerfunAll sessions meet at 1306 Hampton St.,unless otherwise noted.
K.O.W. (KIDS ON WEDNESDAYS):
6-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays, June 1and June 15-Aug. 3. Free kids clubfor ages 3 through rising fifth-graders features music, drama,Bible stories and fun activities.
CHILDREN’S MUSIC CAMP:
9a.m.-noon June 13-17. Instrumentalclass, fine-arts special interest classand children’s chorale for rising first-through fifth-graders. Lunch timeconcert on the last day of camp.$20; includes T-shirt.
MANNERS CLUB:
9 a.m.-noon (age 3through children entering 5K) and1-4 p.m. (rising first- throughthird-graders) June 20-22 at theEstep Family Life Center, 1410Sumter St. Learn about the GoldenRule, respect, speaking skills, tablemanners and more. $60 per child.
TERRIFIC TUESDAYS:
9 a.m.-noonJune 14, 21, 28. Space adventurefor rising first- through fifth-graders.Summer Blast Off will feature rocketbuilding; Out-of-This WorldAdventure is an observation of planets and stars; Splash Down is atrip to the waterpark. Fees varybased on activities.
YOU GO, GIRL!:
9-11:30 a.m. (5Kthrough rising second-graders) and1-3:30 p.m. (rising third- throughfifth graders) June 27-30 at theEstep Family Life Center, 1410Sumter St. Girls will study femalecharacters in literature and the Bibleand see what lessons can belearned from them. Other activitiesinclude scrapbooking, crafts,cooking, games and more. $75;includes all supplies.
BIG APPLE ADVENTURE VBS:
9a.m.-noon July 11-15. Free, for age 4through rising fifth-graders.
FITNESS AND NUTRITION CAMP:
9a.m.-noon July 25-28, at the EstepFamily Life Center, 1410 Sumter St.Hands-on cooking demonstrationsand snack making help rising first-through fifth-graders get moving fora healthier future. $85.
HISTORIC COLUMBIA FOUNDATION
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(803) 252-1770, ext. 36www.historiccolumbia.org 
DIGGING UP THE PAST:
1-4 p.m. June6-10 and 9 a.m.-noon July 11-15 atthe Robert Mills Carriage House,1616 Blanding St. Participants ages8-12 will learn about the connectionbetween archaeology and familyhistory through activities such aspottery refitting, a sandbox dig,introduction to genealogy, historyhunt and grid exercises.
RICHLAND COUNTY RECREATION COMMISSION
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(803) 754-7525www.richlandcountyrecreation.com
Camp WOW 2011: Registrationbegins April 12 for boys and girlsages 5-13.
DAY CAMPS:
7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.weekdays June 6-Aug. 12. $80 perweek plus $25 registration fee.Includes field trips and T-shirt.Blythewood Park: 126 Boney Road,(803) 691-9786Caughman Road Park: 2800 TrotterRoad, Hopkins, (803) 783-0400Forest Lake Park: 6820 WedgefieldRoad, (803) 787-5000North Springs Park: 1320 ClemsonRoad, (803) 736-6070Polo Road Park: 730 Polo Road,(803) 736-1657
PLAYGROUND ADVENTURE:
9a.m.-noon weekdays June 6-Aug.12. Free; includes USDA lunch.Bluff Road Park: 148 Carswell Road,(803) 776-8698Crane Creek Community Center:7405 Fairfield Road, (803)691-1899Crossroads/Goodwill: 2750McCords Ferry Road, Eastover, (803)754-6720, ext. 216 or ext. 200Denny Terrace Community Center:6429 Bishop Ave., (803) 754-5290Eastover Park: 1031 Main St., (803)353-7137Friarsgate Park: 1712 ChadfordRoad, Irmo, (803) 732-3220Hopkins Park: 150 Hopkins ParkRoad, (803) 783-9374Killian Park: 1424 Marthan Road,Blythewood. (803) 754-7980Meadowlake Park: 600 BeckmanRoad, (803) 754-4463Trenholm Park: 3900 CovenantRoad, (803) 787-0216
SUMMER AFTERNOONS:
Noon-6 p.m.weekdays June 6-July 29. $45 perweek plus $25 registration fee.Crane Creek Community Center:7405 Fairfield Road, (803)691-1899Eastover Park: 1031 Main St., (803)353-7137Friarsgate Park: 1712 ChadfordRoad, Irmo, (803) 732-3220Killian Park: 1424 Marthan Road,Blythewood, (803) 754-7980Meadowlake Park: 600 BeckmanRoad, (803) 754-4463Trenholm Park: 3900 CovenantRoad, (803) 787-0216
EDVENTURE CHILDREN’SMUSEUM
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(803) 799-3144www.edventure.org 
Sessions meet at 211 Gervais St.Ages 3-4, 9 a.m.-noon weekdays,early drop-off at 8 a.m. $130;members, $90. Includes T-shirt;campers must wear camp shirtseach day. Ages 5-10, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.weekdays, early drop-off at 8 a.m.$230; members, $180. IncludesT-shirt; campers must wear campshirts each day. Bring non-perishable lunch and drink.Extended care available from 3-6p.m., $35 per week per child.Discount of 20 percent forregistration before Friday, April 15.
EDDIE’S WORLD:
June 6-10, July11-15; ages 3-4.
SPA SCIENCE:
June 6-10, July 11-15;ages 5-7.
LET’S GET INVENTIVE:
June 6-10,July 11-15; ages 8-10.
JUNIOR FIREFIGHTER:
June 13-17,July 18-22; ages 3-4.
BLAST OFF!:
June 13-17, July 18-22;ages 5-7.
JOURNEY TO PLANET E:
June 13-17,July 18-22; ages 8-10.
GIGGLE SCIENCE:
June 20-24, July25-29; ages 3-4.
SENIOR FIREFIGHTER:
June 20-24;July 25-29; ages 5-7.
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LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ATCOLUMBIA COLLEGE
(803) 786-3729www.columbiasc.edu/leadership
Residential international interactiveleadership institutes on theColumbia College campus, 1301Columbia College Drive.
LEAD2011:
June 19-25.Development program for rising 10th- and 11th-grade girls consistsof interactive workshops, leadershipassessment and hands-onleadership practice. $600; limitedneed-based scholarships available.
EMERGING LEADERS:
July 11-14.Provides rising ninth-grade girls withthe confidence, competence,courage and leadership foroutstanding academic and personalsuccess in high school. $500;limited need-based scholarshipsavailable.
LEAD4:
July 25-28. Advancedprogram for rising high school juniorand senior girls with extensiveleadership experience; designed tofurther skills in conflict resolution,problem solving, decision making,career development, team building and communication. $500; limitedneed based scholarships available.
HEATHWOOD HALLEPISCOPAL SCHOOL
(803) 231-7710;www.heathwood.org 
All camps on school campus, 3000South Beltline Blvd., Columbia,unless otherwise noted.
ABC’S OF ETIQUETTE:
9 a.m.-noonJune 20-24. Grades NS3-4K, $150.Learn manners and safety.
ESSENTIAL SOCIAL SKILLS:
1-4 p.m.June 20-24. Grades 2-6, $150.Essential social skills, manners,conversation, appropriate use of technology.
PAALS/RICHLAND COUNTY RECREATION
(803) 429-6290www.paals.org 
DOGGONE DAYS OF SUMMER CAMP:
Palmetto Animal Assisted LifeServices will offer beginner andadvanced sessions for ages 11-16and ages 11-19 with disabilities atthe Denny Terrace CommunityCenter, 6429 Bishop Ave.Participants will work side-by-sidelearning the basics of assistancedog training and community serviceethics with service dog candidates.Beginner camp, 8:30 a.m.-12:30p.m. Aug. 1-5; $195. Advancedcamp for ages 12-16 (returnees whoattended previous camp and/orvolunteer with PAALS, 8:30a.m.-3:30 p.m. Aug. 8-12; $270.Registration includes field trips,T-shirt, prizes and snacks. Limit 20registrants for each camp.
PALMETTO HEALTH JUNIORVOLUNTEERS
(803) 296-5570, (803) 434-6242www.palmettohealth.org 
SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM:
June13-Aug. 19 for ages 14-17 (must be14 by June 1). Applications areavailable at Palmetto HealthBaptist’s Personal Touch office(deadline for return is Friday, April29) and Palmetto Health Richland’sVolunteer Services office (deadlinefor return is Friday, May 13). Oncean application is accepted, amandatory orientation session willbe offered. The goal is to placevolunteers in areas that areconsistent with their skills andinterests.
SPECIAL NEEDS
KINDERMUSIK/SOCIAL SKILLSCAMP
(803) 466-8260www.kindermusikbyally.com
10-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays andThursdays, July 12-28 at the AutismInstitute of South Carolina, 3924Forest Drive, Suite 3. Interactive
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