Pop into the Arcade Building and join us during First Thursday on Main as TakoSushi welcomes live music from Rich Owensby.
We're delighted to kick off another Jasper Galleries at Sound Bites Eatery. This month we're featuring Steven White . Join us for an Opening Reception during June’s First Thursday on Main. "In art, it’s not always about what’s there, sometimes, it’s about what’s not there. With a passion for creative thinking, I aspire to create art that is conceptual, surreal, and fun in a unique way." - Steven white
Hampton Street Vineyard will host live music on their patio and will be launching their new L'apero (French happy hour) menu to the public. Specials will be available Monday - Friday from 4-6 p.m. with $7 cocktails and wine, with a variety of shared plates including truffle fries, brie dip with local honeycomb, croquette du jour, and more.
Enjoy free admission courtesy of Dominion Energy and extended hours. Learn about the joys of collecting Black art at FAAAC presents Conversations with Collectors (registration preferred) at 5:30 p.m. Take a guided tour of the CMA Collection at 6:00 p.m. Last gallery entry at 7:30 p.m. Be on Boyd Plaza in the evening for live music, food vendors, and a beer garden. Free. Plaza events by First Thursday on Main.
C. Scott & Company invites everyone to drop by to preview art from the Red Bowtie Group, meet some of the artist, learn about hand-tailored Couture clothing, and enjoy craft beer from our partners at Columbia Craft Brewing. Then visit our friends at Hampton Street Vineyard.
First Thursday on Main is getting rowdy this month with local party punk band Flippants, with DJ Preach Jacobs to get us warmed up. Get your grub on with food truck goodness by Hott Mess and the Wurst Wagen. Don't forget to wear your walking shoes and enjoy all of Main Street Columbia's unique galleries, restaurants, and shops.
Hanabi Hibachi & Sushi will be serving sushi boxes on Main Street for a grab and go special that includes a Lucky Dog Sake Juice Box with a Sushi Roll and Kiwi Onigiri (California, Philadelphia or Spicy Tuna roll) for $15. Their stand on Main Street will also serve canned beer & wine to go.
Smoked will be hosting a Patio Party with Peak Drift Brewing at 5 p.m. to release a seasonal Peak Drift brew each First Thursday. Canned beers will be available for purchase on Main Street, and the back patio will include food from the outdoor kitchen, opportunities to win Peak Drift swag, and the full menu from Smoked for purchase.
HOUSE-MADE COCKTAILS AND INSTAGRAM-WORTHY VIEWS GO HAND IN HAND ATOP HISTORIC 1649 MAIN STREET. BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND SEE THE CITY ANEW. We are going to be running rooftop drink specials every First Thursday: $5 local drafts and $10 specialty cocktails all night long -- Rooftop only!
The Columbia Music Festival Association along with The Pastor’s Study special event venue will be presenting artworks by visual artist Maya Smith. The artist often utilizes a variety of media including graphite, colored pencils, or acrylic paint. The imagery she creates typically features visually realistic people depicted in stylized or fantastic settings. Maya the Artist uses image-making as a vehicle to celebrate the diversity of people. This will be the first time this locally respected artist will be exhibiting in The Pastor’s Study. While viewing the art, open house refreshments will be available for purchase at Lula Drake Wine Parlour downstairs in this beautiful, historic building.