We know that law students often live in a bubble, but it’s important to get outside, clear your head, and think about things besides the rule of perpetuity and the commerce clause! Whether you like art, music, or sports, there’s always plenty happening in Columbia.
Here are 10 awesome things happening right here in Columbia this month:
1) Check out the Columbia Now: Four Photographers Show Us Our City exhibit at the Columbia Museum of Art, an photography exhibit highlighting the city we live in (All month long).
2) Experience Columbia’s foodie scene and learn a little about Columbia’s history by booking a tour with Two Gals and a Fork. (March’s tour is on March 7th, so book now!)
3) Love Broadway? Go out to see Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at Harbison Theater (March 8th).
4) Run 10k, 5k, or 1-mile Family Fun Run as part of St. Pat’s Get to the Green event (March 14th).
5) Then, enjoy being Irish for the day and attend St. Patty’s Day Festivities in Five Points on March 14th.
6) Journey to Africa at the “From Here to Timbuktu” exhibit at Edventure (Opening March 14).
7) Enjoy a fairytale by getting tickets for the Columbia City Ballet’s production of Cinderella (March 20-21).
8) Celebrate Columbia’s craft beer scene with any of the many events during Soda City Suds Week (March 21-28).
9) Feel like a fancy night out? Buy tickets for the Columbia Museum’s annual gala, A Fair to Remember (the theme is the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair) (March 27).
10) Get colorful while getting some exercise by signing up for the 2015 Columbia Color Run 5k (March 28).
Need something free to do? Here are some FREE things you can do.
1) Get some fresh air hiking at Harbison State Forest!
2) Go to Spring Trombone Night at the School of Music to listen to USC’s elite trombone ensemble perform.
3) Hit up First Thursdays on Main on March 5, or the first Thursday of any month!
4) See the United States Navy Band perform at the Koger Center on March 10th. (Get your free tickets at the Koger Box Office.)
5) Hear the Jazz Faculty perform at their recital at Johnson Performance Hall on March 26th.
6) Take a walk at Riverfront Park.