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Lexington County Chronicle

West Columbia parks offer perfect picnic opportunity

July is National Picnic Month. There’s something about the warm summertime that makes you want to get out of the house and eat outdoors. Picnic month is easy to celebrate. Just get outside and enjoy all the wonderful sights and smells. Get your family and friends together at your favorite park and bring your favorite picnic foods.
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Park options plentiful in West Columbia for National Picnic Month

July is National Picnic Month. There’s something about the warm summertime that makes you want to get out of the house and eat outdoors. Picnic month is easy to celebrate. Just get outside and enjoy all the wonderful sights and smells. Get your family and friends together at your favorite park and bring your favorite picnic foods.
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Food and Craft Beer Festival offers something for everyone at State Fairgrounds

If It can be cooked in a truck, it was probably available Saturday at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds. The sixth annual South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival brought together around three dozen food trucks from all over the state. From barbecue and burgers to seafood, Latin food, pizza and wings to Japanese soul bowls and desserts of many kinds, there was something for nearly every taste.
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River tubing, the zoo, EdVenture and the State Museum part of WECO summer activities

From the zoo and the river, to Edventure and the State Museum, West Columbia affords one many opportunities in the summer. There are also other special events. Join the City of West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles, City of Cayce Mayor Elise Partin, and Palmetto Outdoor’s Mike Mayo on Thursday (July 15) for a guided tour and hike beginning at the Cayce trailhead and ending at Savage Craft Ale Works, 430 Center Street, West Columbia.
Lexington County Chronicle

Attractions around West Columbia in the summer

From the zoo and the river to Edventure and the State Museum, West Columbia affords one many opportunities in the summer. There are also other special events. West Columbia’s restaurants are full of activity in the summer. D’s Wings opened in June at 415 Meeting Street, adjacent to the Interactive Art Park. It moved from Parkland Plaza.
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City of West Columbia Invites Public for Free Guided Tour of Riverwalk, Thursday

Join the City of West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles, City of Cayce Mayor Elise Partin, and Palmetto Outdoor’s Mike Mayo on Thursday (July 15) for a guided tour and hike beginning at the Cayce trailhead and ending at Savage Craft Ale Works, 430 Center Street, West Columbia. Shuttles depart at 4:30 PM and 5:00 PM from Savage Craft Ale Works to the trailhead in Cayce. Along the walk, Mike Mayo, owner of Palmetto Outdoor, will provide a history tour. This event is free to the public.
coladaily.com

West Columbia, Cayce leaders to host free guided tour of Riverwalk

City of West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles, City of Cayce Mayor Elise Partin and Palmetto Outdoor's Mike Mayo are inviting the community to participate in a guided tour and hike exploring the River District. “The SC7 program works to encourage people to get out and see the beauties of South...
Lexington County Chronicle

Have an entertaining summer weekend in West Columbia

There is a lot to do in West Columbia when the summer weekend begins. First thing Saturday morning, the City of West Columbia invites everyone to visit the Meeting Street Artisan Market. It’s from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in the Interactive Art Park, 425 Meeting Street, West Columbia. The...
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West Columbia weekend is an opportunity for shopping, dining and recreation

There is a lot to do in West Columbia when the weekend begins. First thing Saturday morning, the City of West Columbia invites everyone to visit the Meeting Street Artisan Market. It’s from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in the Interactive Art Park, 425 Meeting Street, West Columbia. The Artisan...
The Post and Courier

Check out these Columbia restaurants that opened or retooled during the pandemic

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: COVID-19 hit restaurants hard. Despite the hardships that came with government-enforced dining room closures, adapting to a suddenly to-go-reliant landscape, and navigating the still winding road to an eventual new normal, some entrepreneurial Columbians took the plunge, and opened new spots during the pandemic.