2019-03-08 / Viewpoint


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5th Annual Charleston STEM Festival

Saturday, Charleston, S.C.

The festival will feature 80 exhibitors who will provide hands-on activities, live performances, interactive demonstrations, and family oriented STEM entertainment. http://charlestonstemfest.org/

St. Patrick’s Balloon Fest & Glow

Saturday, Dublin, Ga.

The fun takes off with a morning launch and possibly a second glow, weather permitting. Let your spirits soar as the Free Spirits Orchestra performs from 5:15 to 8:15 p.m. and DM’s Jumping Gyms takes the fun to new heights. http://www.dublinstpatricks.com


March 16, Devil’s Fork State Park, Salem, S.C.

Event includes Interpretive Bell trail walks, guest speaker: Kate Farrah, bluegrass music by Conservation Theory, food at Electric Sun, exhibits, local vendors, silent auction, local authors, Blue Ridge Cloggers, Herbalist Walk with Robin Mc- Gee. https://www.friendsofjocassee.org/bellfest.html


March 16, Hagood Mill, Pickens, S.C.

This year’s event will feature a wide variety of instrument workshops and musical performances for kids of all ages. https://upcountrysc.com/event/kidfest/

Raptor Fest 2019

March 16, Elachee Visitor Center, Gainesville, Ga.

A seasonal Elachee public nature program with live bird and animal encounters giving children, families and nature lovers the chance to learn about wild birds of prey. https://www.elachee.org/public-programs/special-events/raptor-fest/

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