But that's just a taste of what's going on in Columbia, SC, here's what else is hot this weekend:
FRIDAY, April 12
Augusta Baker's Dozen Storytelling Celebration at Richland Library
Acclaimed storyteller Connie Regan-Blake tells folktales of Appalachia and the world with humor and charm. Free admission.
Lake Murray Historic Daytime Cruise at Lake Murray
Learn about the history of Lake Murray while on the Spirit of Lake Murray. Tickets are $19-$27.
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm; Doors open 11:30
Tour some of Columbia's most historic structures by bus. Landmarks on the tour include: the Robert Mills Historic District, the State House, the Governor's Mansion, the University of South Carolina Horsehoe and more. $10 for general public.
Part of Columbia SC 63, a yearlong initiative commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement, Civil Rights Sundays highlight the people and moments of this time in history. This week looks at the life of Modjeska Simkins, a woman considered to be the matriarch of the Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina. $8 admission.
Part of Indie Grits and Augusta Baker's Dozen, the Okee Dokee Brothers, an American bluegrass children's duo, will perform a free concert.
One of Columbia's favorite foodie events, Slow Food asks Columbia's top chefs to prepare dishes using at least one local, sustainable ingredient. $20 admission, $15 for Nickelodeon Theatre members. 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm