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Nov 04 - Nov 06

Greenville

DockDogs Competition

Does your dog have what it takes? DockDogs, the world’s premier canine aquatics competition, comes to Everything Outdoor Fest on Nov. 4-6 at Historic Hopkins Farm in Simpsonville, S.C. Pups of all breeds and sizes will compete amongst one another in three different competitions: Speed Retrieve, Big...
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Nov 04 - Nov 06

Greenville

UltiMutt Race Course

Spend fun bonding time with your dog at the UltiMutt Race course at Everything Outdoor Fest on Nov. 4-6 at Historic Hopkins Farm in Simpsonville, S.C. You and your furry friend can run through five obstacles designed to build owner/dog trust and teamwork: A-frame climb and descent, agility poles...
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Nov 04

Charleston

Fossil Friday with the Natural History Department

Join Matthew Gibson, Curator of Natural History, or Jessie Peragine, Natural History Curatorial Assistant, on Fridays from 3:30 – 4:30 P.M. in the Bunting Natural History Gallery lab. They will be on hand to share projects they are currently working on and to help identify your fossil finds. This...
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Nov 04

The Karens Comedy

National headlining comediennes Karen Mills and Karen Morgan come together for a night of clever and clean comedy. Unlike the other Karens you read about in the news, these Karens are funny (not fractious), intelligent (not ignorant), and affable (not angry). Karen Mills has spent a lifetime...
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Nov 05

Spartanburg

Fantasy & Firebird

A High-flying Musical Adventure Let your imagination take flight with a fantasy-filled program led by guest conductor Troy Quinn. With Dvorak’s high-flying, spirited Carnival Overture, the concert takes off then rockets to even greater heights with John Powell’s cinematic How To Train Your Dragon...
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Nov 06

Jukebox Saturday Night

Jukebox Saturday Night is a music review of the great Big Bands during the 1930s, ’40s, and ‘50s. A fun-filled event for all ages that captures the exciting sounds of great melodies and lyrics performed by an energetic group of instrumentalists and vocalists who will keep you moving in your seats...
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Nov 10

Charleston

USO Tour at the Joseph Manigault House

In honor of Veterans Day, experience the Joseph Manigault House as it was while it served as a USO post during World War II. The house became a place for enlisted soldiers and the home front workforce to sleep, enjoy meals, write home to their families, attend dances, and play games. Join us on...
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Nov 10

3 Redneck Tenors

There’s nothing quite like mixing comedy and Christmas, which these America’s Got Talent top finalists execute phenomenally. You won’t want to miss the 3 Redneck Tenors Christmas Spec-Tac-Yule-Ar show that will have you singing along and laughing all night long. The 3 Redneck Tenors are a new breed...
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Nov 11

Charleston

Fossil Friday with the Natural History Department

Join Matthew Gibson, Curator of Natural History, or Jessie Peragine, Natural History Curatorial Assistant, on Fridays from 3:30 – 4:30 P.M. in the Bunting Natural History Gallery lab. They will be on hand to share projects they are currently working on and to help identify your fossil finds. This...
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Nov 11

Charleston

Fossil Friday with the Natural History Department

Join Matthew Gibson, Curator of Natural History, or Jessie Peragine, Natural History Curatorial Assistant, on Fridays from 3:30 – 4:30 PM in the Bunting Natural History Gallery lab. They will be on hand to share projects currently being worked on and to help identify your fossil finds. FREE for...
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Nov 11

Thunderstruck: A Tribute to AC/DC

Thunderstruck gives fans so much more than the sound of AC/DC, they truly capture the high voltage energy and experience. For fans, it's about a sense of familiarity, and it's about a feeling that snatches up listeners and takes over. It's about a contagious kind of power and electricity that few AC...
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