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In an effort to banish the long waiting lines and spread-out obstacles of other mud runs, the organizers of Armageddon Ambush, The Extreme Mud Run, have designed a fun and unique competition that is extreme and unpredictable with more than 15 professionally constructed obstacles built by licensed contractors, including climbing walls and tire pits. To keep things unpredictably colorful, they also set up powdered color ambushes throughout the course. An after-party with beer, food, and live music offers participants an opportunity to dance off the mixture of mud and paint, a much more fun alternative to showering and a much safer one than rolling around on a cop's freshly washed squad car. (However, washing off is also available.)

1515 Arrowhead Road
Winnsboro,
SC
US

For one day each November, the South Carolina Oyster Festival takes over the verdant lawns surrounding the historic Robert Mills House and Preston Mansion. Lawn chairs and blankets are spread under the magnolia trees, and the aromas of steamed and fried oysters fill the air. The annual outdoor festival is fueled by more than 10,000 pounds of fresh oysters, each prepared and jealously guarded by an array of chefsand their sea otter assistants. To entertain guests in-between bites, the fest houses a marketplace of arts and craft vendors, as well as an area dedicated to children's activities and inflatable attractions. Live music echoes from two stages throughout the day. Throughout the afternoon, guided tours of the two house museums are also available.

1616 Blanding Street
Columbia,
SC
US

Culture & Heritage Museums safeguard the Carolina Piedmont's historical treasures and educate residents and visitors about the region's unique past. Instituted in the 1950's, York County's group of affiliated museums and attractions forms a multi-campus network encompassing a wealth of educational opportunities across various disciplines.

Each year, museumgoers view antique documents and photographs at the Historical Center located inside the McCelvey Center. They can get to know more than 1,500 natural specimens at the hands-on Naturalist Center inside the Museum of York County, and march through Historic Brattonsville's 775-acre Revolutionary War site. Locals can volunteer at the museums in fascinating roles, such as specimen preparers, who beautify avian exhibits by helping with taxidermy and surgical beak-lifts.

1444 Brattonsville Road
Mc Connells,
SC
US

There's perhaps no better place to get a tattoo than at InkFest Live. The event brings together leading tattoo artists from around the world, and many of them create new ink for people right onsite. Live musical performances set the tone for the event, which also features demonstrations from graffiti artists, displays of custom bikes and cars, and tattoo competitions between attendees.

210 Postage Way
Indian Trail,
NC
US

Since 1993, Cirque Dreams' family-friendly variety extravaganzas have called upon a cast of acrobats, strongmen, and daredevils to wring the oohs and aahs out of audiences with tremendous feats of derring-do. During each themed production, more than 100 performers garbed in dazzling outfits twirl high in the air, contort their bodies into impossible shapes, and solve long division problems to earn uproarious applause from the crowd. At Dream Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida, hundreds of contracted artists from around the world develop their skills and prep for Cirque Dreams performances under the direction of Neil Goldberg and his team of choreographers, contortionists, and designers.

712 Telfair St
Augusta,
GA
US

A hush falls over the pews and all heads turn to see the bride step into the light as she glides down the aisle. The groom's face breaks into a huge grin, and guests can't help but smile themselves. For an instant, everyone in the room forgets that this couple is already married, and that no one in the room knows who they are. But, everyone agrees that the ceremony is beautiful. This is The NotWedding, a mock wedding in which on-trend wedding vendors display their talents to entice those planning their big day. Brides- and grooms-to-be are treated to an entire faux wedding, complete with ceremony, dinner, and dance reception. They spend dinner jotting down the names of the bakers who created the delectable wedding cake, the chefs who sizzled up the artfully plated meals, and the rental centers that provided the elegant table settings. Guests can also glean ideas for modern and hip decorations and wedding-planning advice, including tactful ways to tell their fianc?e's father to retire his ruffled periwinkle tuxedo.

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Augusta,
GA
US