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  • Writer's pictureKristen Stouffer

12 Things to do in Augusta This Weekend


Art Exploration - Saturday - Kids ages 5 - 8 can come explore art through this class offered at the Kroc Center. 11:15 AM. Cost is $25.

Augusta Market - Saturday - 8 AM - 2 PM you can shop local vendors of handmade items, local produce and enjoy live music and more while you shop.

Ballroom Dance Party - Saturday - Start with a dance lesson and then dance the night away to traditional ballroom classics and today's hits. 7:30 PM at Ballroom in Motion. Cost is $10.

BMX Race - Friday - Come out and ride or watch a local BMX race at Blanchard Woods BMX. Practice and registration starting at 6:30 PM, Race starts at 7:30 PM. Cost is $10.

Free Movie - Saturday - Bring your kids to a free showing of Monster Trucks at the Aiken County Public Library at 3 PM. Free Event.

Grovetown Farmer's Market - Saturday - Check out the farmer's market full of handmade items, local artists and local produce! 8 AM - 2 PM at Grovetown City Hall.

Moonlight Paddle - Friday - Outdoor Augusta is going for a moonlight paddle at Betty's Branch. Bring your own kayak! Leaving from Riverside Park at 7:30 PM.

Pet Adoptions - Saturday - Columbia County Animal Services will have dogs for adoptions starting at 11 AM. Find your family's new 4-legged friend!

Rock Swap - Saturday - Bring your painted rocks for a rock swap at Evans Towne Center Park from 1 - 4 PM. There will be prizes, giveaways, local featured artists and more! Free Event.

SPCA Dog Wash - Saturday - Bring your dogs to the SPCA Aiken to be washed for a good cause. Cost is $20-40 with proceeds supporting the SPCA in Aiken.

Swamp Bike - Saturday - 7 Mile guided hike through 7 miles of wetland trails at Phinizy Swamp Nature Park. Meet at the Visitor's Center at 9:30 AM. Registration required 706-396-1426. Cost is $2.

Voices of the Past - Saturday - Learn about the connection between local Tubman slaves freed in the 1830's and William Tubman who served as Liberia's longest running president through a series of character monologues bringing the story to life. 11:30 AM at the Augusta Museum of History. Free with Museum admission.


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