One Columbia for Arts and History has a passport program to help you keep track of all the cultural locations you’ve found in Columbia. We’ve got several events on our REACH calendar already. So we want to challenge our local homeschool community to see how many you can find before the end of the school year.
You can stop by the One Columbia office to pick up your own passport. Or message reach admin to arrange to get a passport from us.
READY SET…LET’S GO! If you’re heading over to any of these locations, let us know–so others might want to meet up with you there.
Columbia Museum of Art
Sundays: FREE admission from noon to 5.
Columbia Marionette Theater
Marionette Monday Tickets $5 each. CONTACT: Karri Scollon 803 – 252- 7366
February 15, 10 am: Snow Queen
March 15, 10 am: Aladdin
Homeschool Friday, the 1st Friday of each month, 10am. $6 per student, RSVPs required.
South Carolina State Museum
Homeschool Day: Third Thursday of the month with special activities all day. Pre-register to attend.
Or FREE admission any day with your homeschool accountability letter or card.
12 Cent admission on the 12th of the month. Kids get in for 12 cents each, adult admission regular price.
Columbia Children’s Theater
Upcoming performances: Elephant and Piggie: We Are In A Play! February 19 – 28, 2016
Disney’s Jungle Book Kids March 11-13, 2016
Seussical April 15 – 24, 2016
The Commedia Hansel & Gretel June 10-19, 2016
Lexington County Museum:
Offers educational programs for groups–free of charge. We have heard they have gotten a bit snarky with homeschoolers though. So, you might want to venture out there for a public event instead.
Check out the complete list of all the venues where passport stamps are available. NOTE that the passport adventure is a new program, so be sure to contact the location to make sure to have their stamp ready–in case they have not had many other adventurers and maybe misplaced their stamp.
Let us know what else you’d recommend on this list of our favorites for homeschoolers.