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Downtown Days fun and activities to be in Columbia Saturday, October 8
Want to eat some worm pie? How about pumpkin painting?
This Saturday starting from downtown, you can run in a marathon, walk 'with the people', attend a carnival with the kids or go to the children's pageant and/or parade. Everything begins in Columbia at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. Here's the schedule of events:
8:30 AM - Downtown Days 5K Run - Start at Chamber of Commerce Building on Burkesville Street,
$12:00 Preregistration entry fee
9:00 AM - Kids Carnival Opens - Greensburg Street
Inflatable Obstacle Course Play Palace
9:00 AM - Volksmarch
Visit Historic Columbia on a walking tour in the Volksmarch tradition, 5K & 10KStart at Chamber of Commerce Building on Burkesville Street
10:00 AM - Downtown Days Pageant - Columbian Theatre.
Girls Ages 0-12, 13-16; Boys Ages 0-4;
$10.00 Entry Fee per participant
10:00 AM - Balloon Shaving Contest - enter and see if you can shave a balloon!
10:00 AM - "Worm Pie" Eating Contest - wonder what's really in them???
11:00 AM - Pumpkin Painting Contest - Scary or Funny or ???
12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM - Decorate Bikes & Trikes for "Children's Parade"
12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM - Bailey Brothers perform
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM - Children's Choir, Col. William Casey
1:45 PM - Bed Race, Burkesville Street
Entry Fee $10.00 - How Far Can You Push It??
2:00 PM - Children's Parade
2:30 PM - 9:00 PM - Live Music Entertainment
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