Welcome to the City of Lancaster's
Community Events Calendar.
We are very excited to bring you all the community has to offer in one convenient location.
City Sponsored events are in Red.
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To find the answers to these questions and to learn about other upcoming Chamber activities, check out your MAY/JUNE E-VENTS CALENDAR!
Red Rose Festival Photography Exhibit
The Red Rose Festival Photography Exhibit will be in the Springs House galleries, 201 W Gay Street in Lancaster, for May and June. This exhibit is made up of photographs that depict the artist's view of what makes Lancaster special. There are 30 entries in this year's juried show and there were four top prizes awarded. Gallery exhibits at the Springs House are always free and open to the public from 9-5 Monday through Thursday, 9-3 on Friday and by appointment. The opening reception is part of the activities for the first night of the Red Rose Festival: 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 17. This exhibit is sponsored by the Lancaster County Council of the Arts and the City of Lancaster.
Click HERE for more information and an application
Click HERE for a printable copy
Mahaffee’s art classes of 2013
By: Dianne Mahaffee
REGISTER NOW, BY CALLING (803) 289-6473. CLASS SIZES ARE LIMITED. All classes are held at Lancaster High School and/or Mahaffee’s Studio, 2875 New Hope Rd., Lancaster SC 29720
Click HERE for a list of avialable classes
Photography by Angelo Sciulli
The work of wildlife and nature photographer Angelo Sciulli will be on display at the Lancaster County Council of the Arts located at 201 West Gay Street in Lancaster, SC 29720 for the month of April. The gallery is open M-F from 8am-5pm and on Saturdays by appointment. His photo credits include publications such as Nature Photographer Magazine, Natural History, Montana Magazine, Sandlapper, Quest and Clemson World. His images have been selected for exhibits at the National Press Club, Spoleto (Charleston, SC) and the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum. He currently has images on display in his traveling exhibit “Challenging Nature Photography” and images on permanent loan at Carolinas Neurological ALS/MDA center in Charlotte, NC. Admission is free and open to the public, for questions contact Debbie Jaillette at (803) 285-7451.