Oct 21, 2017 5:00 PM

Start point to be announced soon - we will do a quick WOD to rack up some reps for a Charity Challenge, then ruck approx 20 miles to the statehouse. Carry 20 lbs or 20 kgs, your choice. Make sure you have a reflective belt on your ruck, and a headlamp or flashlight. We will move as a group, at a 16-18min per mile pace, and take breaks as necessary. There will be a seven hour time cap. Upon reaching the capitol, we will hear a brief presentation highlighting the life of a virtuous American whose work impacted the State. You'll get a cool patch for completing the event. Merchandise from the Tour sponsors will be on hand, and of course T-shirts. Expect to have a good time, and see some great organizations representing such as F3, Team RWB, and FiA. Some Tour stops will have representatives from Operation enduring Warrior present to share their story. Rx Ruck = Complete 20 mile ruck in the allotted 7 hr time with Danny. Scaled Ruck = Meet Danny at the 15 mile point  at 2230 (10:30pm) and finish the last 5 miles with the team. Details on the 15 mile rally point will be distributed when the route is published. Other Requirements: – $30 per participant (half will be donated to OEW) – 20 lbs per ruck (or 20kgs for the big boys and big girls) – Ruck must have reflective belt or lights attached, for vehicle safety – Each event will start at exactly 1700hrs (5pm) for Rx and 2230 (10:30pm) for Scaled – Time cap of 7 hours to complete with patch ceremony at the end – 50% of the proceeds from the event go to Operation Enduring Warrior (check out their awesome work below) About Operation Enduring Warrior: OEW offers wounded veterans the opportunity to challenge themselves through various physically challenging events. OEW is made up of OEW Team Athletes, Community Ambassadors and Veteran supporters who join alongside our Adaptive Athletes in these challenging events. To find out more click here: http://enduringwarrior.org/about/

Oct 07, 2017 9:00 AM

Come out to this ONE DAY ONLY EVENT. HOSTED BY PROPHETESS AND DR. ADDIE L. ROBINSON FROM PHILADELPHIA,PA. 9:30 AM Workshop: According to your faith $20, 12noon Service with Pastor Dasheka James from Sumter,SC and 6:00pm Healing and Deliverance Service with Dr. Addie L. Robinson. FREE WILL OFFERING FOR THE 12N AND 6PM SERVICE. $20 REGISTRATION FOR 9:30A WORKSHOP REGISTER ON THE WEBSITE AT: www.wordoflifeinternationalfellowship.org. RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKET HERE ON THIS SITE FOR THE SERVICES. PLEASE ONLY REGISTER IF YOU ARE DEFINITELY ATTENDING THIS EVENT.

Dec 16, 2017 7:00 PM

Chef Kardea Brown (as seen on The Food Network and Cooking Channel) is back with the critically acclaimed Gullah cuisine inspired Supper Club. Chef Kardea brought a taste of her culture to more than 300 guests across the East Coast from 2015 to 2016. For those of you who have yet to experience The New Gullah Supper Club, here’s what you can expect: The New Gullah Supper Club aims to unite people from different walks of life with one common interest, to enjoy good food with great people. Chef Kardea will prepare her spin on Gullah inspired Southern dishes with a contemporary twist. The menu will consist of a welcoming smorgasbord, small plate, salad, main entrée, and dessert. All items are fresh, seasonal, and local; therefore the menu is subject to change based on availability. The location of the event will be disclosed via email to (paid) attendees 24 hours prior to the event time. And not to worry to go boxes are provided (you’ll need it!). *ALLERGY OR DIETARY RESTRICTIONS WARNING: ITEMS ON THE MENU MAY CONTAIN TREE NUTS, DAIRY, GLUTEN, AND OR SHELL FISH* Tentative Menu (subject to change) Course 1- Southern Smorgasboard. Kardea’s famous Southern Pimento cheese, seasonal fruit, homemade bread and butter pickled vegetables, with Low Country boiled peanuts. Served family style. Course 2- Fried Chicken and Johnny Cakes. Perfectly seasoned then fried to perfection boneless chicken thighs served on top of a fluffy Johnny cake (bka hoecake), with a collard green slaw, and a drizzle of sweet and spicy pecan syrup. Course 3- Geechee Gumbo made with local Charleston white shrimp, smoked turkey sausage and succotash. Served with Carolina gold rice and a garden salad. Course 4- Sweet Potato Pie with a bottom layer of NY style cheesecake served with almond flavored hand whipped cream.  Drinks: “Swamp Water” and ice water. This is an BYOB event, please feel free to bring an adult beverage of your liking. 

Oct 25, 2017 5:30 PM

For more information and requirements for volunteering for this event please visit: www.loopevents.org   FAQs Q: Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? A: Please email: [email protected] or give us a call at the office: 844-322-9776   Q: What is World Vision? A: Please take the time to check out World Vision's mission and more details at thier website: http://www.worldvision.org/about-us/who-we-are    Q: Will we get a free ticket into the concert?  A: When you sign up to volunteer you will not recieve a ticket (seat) into the concert. We do try our best to let volunteers take shifts to go in a watch, but we cannot promise you will see the entire show.   Q: How important is it that I arrive at training time? A: Very important! We will be checking in volunteers at 5:30PM for mandatory training. Please allow time for parking and getting to the entrance.   Q: How late will I need to stay? A: We will need you for at least 30 minutes after the concert finishes, this may be as late as 10:30PM, so be prepared to stay and help tear down.    Q: Why is it important that I stay at least 30 minutes after the concert? A: It's very important that you stay at least 30 minutes after the concert is over. When the concert finishes attendees tend to stop by the booth with questions or need assistance giving to World Vision.   Q: How will I know where to go? Or who is my contact?  A: Once you sign up, we will be sending you a couple confirmation emails with all the information you need. And if you ever have any questions you can always contact us at: [email protected]               FOLLOW US FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | TWITTER @loopvolunteers Stay completely in the loop with concert updates, fun challenges,  & more by following our social media & checking your inbox for our emails!

Oct 11, 2017 5:30 PM

In every city, every month Tech After Five connects the tech community. We invite IT Professionals, Startups, Entrepreneurs and Service Providers to the IT Community to come together and make the meaningful professional connections. IMPORTANT. Pay attention to the Ticket Types: Our unique system helps us identify the primary role you have in our community so that we can best facilitate interactions. Please pick the appropriate ticket type. (We reserve the right to cancel any ticket.) Tech Professional If you are a working IT Professional, please choose this ticket. Examples include: Developers, Network Engineers, IT Managers, CIOs, Designers, Project Managers, even non recruiter type Technology Sales people. Job Seeker If you are actively looking for a new job, wanting to change careers, or are open to new opportunities, then choose this category. Tech Startup If you are just getting started or have a tech focused business less than 3 years old, please choose this option. If it’s older or non-tech choose the other ticket type. Recruiter If you work for a recruiting, job placement firm or a staffing agency please choose this ticket type. This includes both account managers and recruiter types. Other / Non-tech This ticket type is for all service providers or other non-technical professions. This includes accounting, legal services, real estate, financial planning, real estate, etc. (or anyone who doesn’t comfortably fit above.) Our Sponsors: Tech After Five is a monthly networking event for tech professionals, tech entrepreneurs and professionals that support the tech community.

Nov 30, 2017 6:00 PM

EVENT DESCRIPTION: Assisting with recovery efforts following Hurricane Joaquin, which flooded 36 of South Carolina’s 46 counties, One Brick will be volunteering with SBP - our non-profit partner headquartered in New Orleans. Lodging is in a Day’s Inn, minutes from downtown Columbia and equally close to the worksites. The $170 fee includes lodging from Thursday, November 30 to Sunday, December 3, in a double queen bed room with breakfast included. As only a limited number of spots are available we recommend purchasing your trip ticket right away! Please only buy your airline ticket once the trip is confirmed with the minimum volunteer count. Trip ticket is non-refundable. However if the trip does not fill the minimum volunteer count and One Brick must cancel the trip all trip tickets will be reimbursed.  No refunds will be made for cancelations made less than 30days before the trip as this does not give us sufficient time to find a replacement volunteer. If you have any questions simply send details send Joe an email (josephd at onebrick.org). Can't make it this trip, but want to help out anyway? Sponsor a volunteer by donating to our scholarship fund (above link) or make a donation of any amount to SBP. WHAT WE'LL BE DOING: We won't know specifically what we will be working on until we arrive. However, no building experience is necessary, as there will be on-site training and supervisors there to help guide us.   On your first day, you will receive your assigned task on the project home, and be trained for that task. We ask that you please continue working at the same home until that stage of the project is completed. This ensures forward progress on the home without re-training volunteers daily. Typical tasks include: hanging drywall, installing flooring, painting trimwork, and mold remediation.  We may also be asked to help on gutting flooded homes. Works day starts approx. 8:30a.m. to about 4:30 p.m. *NOTE: the workday on Sunday will be shortened to 12:30 – 1:00 p.m. to account for return travel Sunday evening. WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW: Lodging is in a Days Inn. Linens and towels are provided. Recommended packing: sun screen, mosquito repellent, dirty laundry bag, and personal toiletries. Smoking/tobacco is not permitted in the rooms.Transportation: Volunteers must provide their own transportation. One Brick will help group volunteers together to share car rental costs.Other items: Airline tickets are not included. Volunteers are responsible for lunch costs and other meals, entertainment not included. How many volunteers can join us? Space is limited to 15 people. Please book early if you want to come. If there are no tickets left please email Joe josephd at onebrick.org as he will be keeping a waitlist. Is this trip for me? One Brick disaster recovery trips are TONS of fun each year with volunteers from all over the US and sometimes beyond!  Please however consider the following before signing up: Depending on the volunteer work you may need to stand or kneel for long periods of the day.

Nov 11, 2017 10:00 AM

Welcome to Authors Invade Columbia 2017!  We're so glad you've decided to join us!!!  Use this link to purchase signing tickets for Columbia's first ever event of this kind.  With 100+ authors, photographers, graphic designers, models and more, we know this signing will be epic!!!  Come meet NY Times Bestselling Authors, USA TODAY Bestselling Authors, Amazon bestsellers and more!!   These tickets will be for the signing only.  We look forward to seeing you in Columbia, SC.

Jan 20, 2018 1:00 PM

Kizomba Columbia is celebrating their 1st Anniversary.  Come out and celebrate with us! We have a great line-up of instructors for you for the weekend. Charles Ogar (Austin, TX) Kimberly Nicole (Raleigh, NC) Rainee and Ro (Myrtle Beach, SC)  **** COST **** Early Bird Full Pass – Only 20 Tickets available  @$55 Couple’s Pass (1 Lead / 1 Follow)  @$130 Groups of 3 or more @ $60 for each ticket Full Pass @ $75 Pre-Paid / $90 At the Door SATURDAY SOCIAL  @ $15 Pre-Paid Schedule of Events:         SATURDAY: 1:00PM – Doors Open 1:00PM - 2:00PM: Open Dancing 2:00PM - 3:00PM: Kizomba Workshop with Rainee and Ro 3:30PM - 5:30PM: Urban Kiz Workshop with Charles Ogar 9:00PM – UNTIL: SOCIAL DANCING: 9PM Until   SUNDAY: 12:00PM – Doors Open 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Open Dancing 1:00PM - 2:00PM: Ladies’ Styling Workshop with Kimberly Nicole 1:00PM – 2:00PM: Men’s Styling Workshop with Charles Ogar 2:30PM – 3:30PM: Tarraxinha Workshop with Kimberly Nicole 4:00PM – 7:00PM: SOCIAL DANCING   FAQs   What's the refund policy? All sales final.  Tickets an be transferred.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? A printed ticket is not necessary.  Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes.  Please send an email to [email protected] with the Name and Email address of who the ticket is being transferred to.  

Sep 29, 2017 5:00 PM

CLICK HERE to view the lineup for MuleTown MusicFest! To Buy tickets, please visit MuleTown MusicFest ticketing page HERE !! For the third year in a row, the Muletown MusicFest will once again flood the streets of Downtown Columbia, Tennessee with music and art on September 29th & 30th, 2017! This year's fest promises to be the BEST YET with artists like Jim Lauderdale, Riders In The Sky, The Nashville Symphony, and music from Disney's Phineas and Ferb. Friday and Saturday night main stage concerts will be co-hosted and co-presented by Music City Roots, who will also be live video broadcasting the events!As in the past, two ticket levels are available for this year's MusicFest. The $50 All Access/1-Day Pass grants you entry to all the entertainment on Saturday, September 30th at both the free and special, ticketed-only venues. You won't miss a single moment of all the featured acts that day.Want even MORE great music and art? The $80 VIP/All Access 2-Day Pass not only gives you all the same entertainmnet as the Saturday, 1-Day Pass, it also gets you into the VIP only Friday Night Kick-Off Party at Puckett's Grocery & Restaurant on September 29th, presented and hosted by Music City Roots!So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets NOW and secure your spot at the 3rd Annual Muletown MusicFest! We'll see you there! To Buy tickets, please visit MuleTown MusicFest ticketing page HERE https://www.eventbrite.com/tickets-external?eid=37075918069&ref=etckt

Oct 28, 2017 12:00 PM

Hippie Fest is the grooviest festival of the year! Featuring hundreds of artists and crafts people, local goods, bohemian shopping, hippie car show, live music, cirque performers, DIY tie-dye, drum circle, sideshow acts, food trucks and more! All ages welcome. Fun for the whole family!!! Event Date: Saturday October 28, 2017 (Rain or Shine) Time: Noon - 7pm Location: Myrtle Beach Speedway 455 Hospitality Ln, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 Admission: $5 - Tickets must be reserved in advance through Eventbrite Kids 3 & under FREE! Tickets must be reserved in advance for this event. Vendor Registration: Registration fee is $110 per 10' x 10' space. Find vendor info and the online registration form at HippieFest.org/Vendor-Registration. Boho Car Show Registration: Participate Fee - $25 (Includes free festival admission for all passengers!)Sign up for our Boho Car Show is easy! Simply fill out the registration form at HippieFest.org/Car-Show and a team member will contact you soon after. All ticket and vendor space sales are final. No refunds for inclement weather, cancellation, or any other reason.