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  • Start the new year with a First Day Hike at AJSP

    from Andrew Jackson State Park
    Andrew Jackson State Park  is one of more than 30 state parks in South Carolina that will offer ranger-guided hikes, walks and special events Tuesday, Jan. 1, to help launch the new year (and to get resolutions off to a good start).
    Start your new year out on the right foot by hitting the Garden of the Waxhaws Trail. This one-mile trail loops the park’s 18-acre lake.
    The Andrew Jackson State Park hike begins at 2 p.m. at the fishing pier.

  • Del Webb Library hosts holiday events

    by Maggie Keeble/Del Webb Library at Indian Land
    As the year is coming to a close, the Del Webb Library at Indian Land, 7641 Charlotte Highway, invites you to enjoy these programs through the end of the year:
    Story Time

  • Holiday train display moves to SCCL Lodge

    by Joe Silien/Railroad Club of Carolina Lakes
    The big news from the Railroad Club at Carolina Lakes this year is that the annual holiday display will be at The Lodge at Sun City, rather than The Lake House. This move, to the community’s newest amenity center, is intended to be the centerpiece of a host of holiday activities at the new location at 2955 Sun City Blvd., at the intersection of Del Webb and Sun City boulevards.

  • 'Nutcracker' ballet launches holiday season

    “The Nutcracker” returned to Lancaster Nov. 19 with the Columbia City Ballet performing the Christmas classic about Clara and her adventures in the Land of Sweets with her Nutcracker prince and the Sugar Plum Fairy.
    The magical ballet is based on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King,” a story that has enchanted
    children and adults alike since it was written in 1816.
    William Starrett, executive and artistic director of the Columbia City Ballet, said this year’s performance was bigger and better than ever.

  • ‘Eb Scrooge’ opens this week

    Charles Dickens’ well-known tale, “A Christmas Carol,” is often told throughout the holiday season, but this year, Lancaster County’s Community Playhouse is putting a spin on the timeless classic.
    “Eb Scrooge: A Southern Fried Carol” by playwright Ian Mairs, is transported from Victorian London to Lancaster for this unique retelling of the traditional story.

  • 'Nutcracker' launches Christmas season

    “Nutcracker” returns to Lancaster this year with the Columbia City Ballet performing the Christmas classic about Clara and her adventures through the Land of Sweets with her Nutcracker prince and the Sugar Plum Fairy.
    The magical ballet is based on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King,” a story that has enchanted children and adults alike since it was written in 1816.
    William Starrett, executive and artistic director of the Columbia City Ballet, said this year’s performance will be bigger and better than ever.

  • Licko’s Celtic band returns with ‘Highland Echoes’

     

  • Baroque concert Sunday features harpsichordist Charles Sherman

    Do you know what Baroque music is? To find out, come to the concert this Sunday at the Lancaster Cultural Arts Center at 2:30 p.m.
    The North Carolina Baroque Orchestra Chamber Players will be performing “The Virtuoso Baroque,” featuring music by composers from the zenith of the Baroque musical period, around 1685. The program includes familiar names such as Bach, Vivaldi and Handel, as well as not-so-familiar composers Scarlatti and Stradella.
    Nationally-known harpsichordist Charles Sherman organized the concert.

  • Learn how to fish at Day at the Park

    A day of free family fun at Andrew Jackson State Park is planned from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28.
    The Indian Land Fall Festival has joined with the local Fellowship of Christian Athletes organization to host Day at the Park.
    “It will be a great day to allow families to come out and love on one another,” said FCA Indian Land area representative Mike Davis.

  • ‘Best Week of Fall’ features tournaments and more

    In addition to the weekend Indian Land Fall Festival on Nov. 3-4, many events are planned throughout the week to make Oct. 27-Nov. 4 the “Best Week of Fall.” 
    Multiple tournaments will be held, including cornhole, golf and skeet and trap. A networking event is also in the works.
    “The goal of these additional events are to provide more ways to connect Indian Land – its people, schools, churches, businesses and civic organizations,” said Mike Neese, festival organizer.
    Cornhole tournament