South Carolina State museum Home School Friday http://www.museum.state.sc.us/education/LessonsAtGlance.html
Mar 8-10: Black Expo - North Charleston Convention Center
Mar 10: Hilton Head Shamrock 5K Run
Mar 10: Little River Bridge 8K Run / 5K Walk - Laurens
Mar 10: Shuckin' in the Park Oyster Festival - Moncks Corner - scroll down
Mar 10-11: Low Country Pow Wow and Cultural Festival - Point South / Yemassee
Mar 10-18: Canadian-American Days Festival - Myrtle Beach
Mar 11: Return to the Green - Greenville - family celebration
Mar 14-18: Charleston Art & Antiques Forum
Mar 15-17: Belles & Beaus Children's Consignment Sale - Lexington
Mar 15 - Apr 14: Festival of Houses and Gardens - Historic Charleston Foundation
Mar 16-18: Charleston International Antiques Show
Mar 16-18: Masters of the Building Arts Festival - Charleston - Marion Square
Mar 17: Aiken Trials - Aiken Triple Crown - 6 thoroughbred horse races at Aiken Training Track
Mar 17: Flowertown Festival Run and Walk - supports Summerville Family YMCA
Mar 17: Garden Club of Charleston House and Garden Tours
Mar 17: Jazz Discovery Music Festival - Rock Hill
Mar 17: St. Pat's in Five Points - Columbia - Get to the Green 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk
Mar 17: St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival - North Myrtle Beach
Mar 17-18: Herald's Home & Living Show - Rock Hill
Mar 17-22: Jewish Film Festival - Columbia - Nickelodeon Theatre
Mar 20-24: Charleston Fashion Week - Marion Square - runway shows, live music
Mar 22: Midlands Master Gardeners Association Spring Symposium - Columbia
Mar 23-25: Battle of Charleston - Johns Island - Civil War reenactment
Mar 23-25: Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic - Columbia - hunting, fishing, and outdoors show
Mar 23-25: RenoFest Bluegrass Music Festival - Hartsville
Mar 23-25: Scottish Country Fair and Celtic Festival - Sumter
Mar 24: Aiken Spring Steeplechase - Aiken Triple Crown - Imperial Cup - horse racing
Mar 24: Art's Alive Festival at Francis Marion University - Florence
Mar 24: Bowl For Kids' Sake - Summerville - benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters
Mar 24: Garden Club of Charleston House and Garden Tours
Mar 24: Living History Day - Columbia - Civil War era demonstrations
Mar 24: Mount Pleasant Arts Festival - children activities, performances and more
Mar 24: Shamrock Fun Run - Greenville - 1 mile run / walk, 5K race, benefit
Mar 24-25: State Championship Catfish Tournament - Santee-Cooper - Manning
Mar 24-25: Victory at Fort Watson & Wildlife Expo - Summerton
Mar 29: SC Assistive Technology Expo - Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center - free!
Mar 29 - Apr 1: Egg Scramble - Lamar - parade, car show, carnival, street dance
Mar 30-31: Aiken Farm Fest - held twice yearly in spring & fall
Mar 30-31: Smoke at the Lodge - Summerville - BBQ competition and dinner
Mar 30 - Apr 1: Flowertown Festival - Summerville - arts & crafts
Mar 31: A Grand Night for Singing - Summerville - presented by the Singers of Summerville
Mar 31: Carolina Cup - Camden - steeplechase horse racing
Mar 31: Cooper River Bridge Run - Charleston
Mar 31: Kids Day Columbia
Mar 31: Lowcountry Pig & Jig - Hilton Head Island - BBQ contest - benefit
Mar 31: One Wild Ride - Lexington - motorcycles - benefits SC Wildlife Federation
Mar 31: Pee Dee Walk to Cure Diabetes - Florence
Mar 31 - Apr 1: Columbia International Festival - South Carolina State Fairgrounds
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