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“Fragments”, Featuring the works of Susie Clinard

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 5:30pm until 8:30pm

Pre-existing elements of ephemera, postage stamps, contemporary art. Rearranged to convey a story or observation about various images or thoughts that have been lost to dusty old books. Collages has pieced together in order to be viewed, appreciated or serve as a starting point for conversation. Bring your friends and join us for an evening of art, refreshments and fellowship with other ART lovers. Questions, call (803) 239-7238 or send an email. For more details about this event, please visit the website here.

Location Details:

170 S Dogwood Ave.
Ridgeway, SC 29130
Phone:
(803) 635-4242 or (803) 635-9811 or (803) 337-2213
Email:
fairfieldmus@truvista.net

Built in 1856, the Century House is reported to have been occupied by General P.G.T. Beauregard, commanding General of the confederate forces of the deep South, due to Ridgeway's telegraph and railroad offices. It is also claimed that during the Civil War, Union soldiers on the way from burning Columbia, stopped by the Century House and demanded to see the owner. James B. Coleman was gravely ill at the time, but his wife, Ascenith, met with the commander of the troop. When she asked for his protection, he graciously assented, and the house was spared. Location: From Columbia, take I-77 N to exit 34. Turn right onto Highway 34 and follow it 3 miles into downtown Ridgeway. The Century House is located on the right past R.H. Lee Auction House. Like us on FaceBook.