Overdue: Curated For the Creative Set for Friday, March 15th

Join Richland Library for This Free, After-Hours Program

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Experience a night of creativity and entertainment at Richland Library’s Overdue: Curated for the Creative event on Friday, March 15, from 7 – 11 p.m. at Richland Library Main (1431 Assembly St., 29201).  Join Richland Library after hours for interactive activities like block printed stickerszine making with Eden Prime, and more! Be entertained with live music performances by Dear BlancaNiecy Blues, and Katera. Enjoy delicious food from Dae’s Delicious Dogs and drinks from the cash bar by Transmission Arcade.

This free event, open to those ages 18 and up, promises an evening of artistic exploration and community engagement. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to unleash your creativity and connect with fellow enthusiasts.

A complete list of activities, musicians and partners is available online.

This event is sponsored in part by the Richland Library Friends and Foundation.

For questions, please contact Tacara Young at 803-351-5616 or tyoung@richlandlibrary.com.

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