Local Living in Columbia is buzzing with exciting events this month. The 6th annual Cottontown Art Crawl is set to take place on Saturday, March 9, where almost 200 artists will display their work in downtown Columbia. The event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., is free for all attendees.

For theater enthusiasts, tickets are now on sale for the upcoming ‘Broadway in Columbia’ show featuring Hamilton at the Koger Center. The show will run from Tuesday through March 10, with various showtimes available. Make sure to secure your tickets online before they sell out.

Music lovers can head to Newberry College this weekend for a jazz festival on March 1 and March 2. Featuring world-class artists and music, the festival will showcase two all-state jazz ensembles and performances from 76 middle and high school jazz bands from across South Carolina. Best of all, the event is free for the public to enjoy.

If seafood is your thing, don’t miss the oyster roast hosted by the Atrium and the Calvary Societies of Prisma Health Midlands Foundation at the Grovewood Plantation on Saturday, March 2. With oysters, barbecue, live music, and more, this event is sure to be a hit. Tickets are available online, so grab yours before they’re gone.

From art to theater, music, and food, there’s something for everyone in Columbia this month. Get out and enjoy all that the local community has to offer.

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