Civil War Tours at Augusta Canal Discovery Center, $14 adults, $12 seniors 60+, students and military. Starts at 1:30pm. Learn about Georgia’s role in supplying Southern troops during the Civil War.

Puzzle your way through the Sculpture Trail Scavenger Hunt, beginning at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center. 8am–11:50pm. Free.


Experience beautiful art at The Morris Museum of Art. The museum hosts Free Sundays at The Morris. 12–5pm. Free.

Sunday FUNdays at SRP Park have different themes each Sunday home game including Comic Book Hero Night, Bark in the Park, Mystery Ball and Bobblehead Night, Jr. Jackets Kids Club, Auggie’s Birthday Bash, and much more. See home game schedule for tickets, times and specific information for this family-friendly event!

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

Tour the Hopes for Hooves Farm to see pigs, donkeys and more at Day at the Farm. 11am–1pm. $10 per child.

Sit down and read with Peanut, the pony, at Hopes for Hooves Rescue. Reading with Peanut is from 11am–1pm. Free.


Veggie Park Farmers Market. Free entry. 4:30–7:30pm. Shop your favorite local produce, meat and dairy. Health screenings and heart-healthy education on site.

Tuesdays and Saturdays

Get fresh local produce, baked goods and crafts from Aiken farmers and makers at the year-round Aiken County Farmers Market. Open Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7:30–11:30am, or until sold out.

Wednesdays through Sundays

Visit more than 200 exotic animals at Eudora Farms Drive-Thru Safari and try the brand-new Dino Hunt. Open Wed-Sun, 10am–5:30pm. $20 per car.


Enjoy live music, art and food from local restaurants at Amp the Alley. You’re even able to stroll through the alley with your favorite drink! The Alley at Bee Lane in Aiken.


Laney Walker Farmers Market happens every four weeks on First Fridays. 850 Laney Walker Blvd. 4:30pm–7pm. Free.

Drive in to Recteq Movie Night held at RecTec Grill. Concessions are available. Movie begins at 7:30pm and each parking spot costs $10.

Enjoy some delicious treats and fun tunes at Food Truck Fridays with Bands & Brews at the Columbia County Amphitheatre, 6–9pm. Free admission.


Evans Market has local artisans, farmers, produce and vendors. Evans Towne Center Park, 9am–1pm.


August 6: Kids Night Out, Parents Night In at the Kroc Center. 6–10pm. Ages 2 -12. Swimming, inflatables, arts and crafts and more. Swim requirements and per-registration information at

August 6 – 7: Ed Turner and Number Nine returns to the Imperial Theatre. 7:30–11pm. $35 – $50.

August 6 – 8: Annual Aiken-Augusta Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show. 10am–6pm. Julian Smith Casino. CASH only. $4/person; $6/weekend pass. Children under 12 are FREE.

August 7: Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute showcases authentic renditions and recreations of the original band songs at the Miller Theater. 7:30pm.

August 11, 28: Augusta Moms Connection, August 11th: 10–11:30am. Riverview Park playground and splash pad. 100 Riverview Park Dr., North Augusta

August 28th: 9:30–11am. Covenant Presbyterian Church playground. 3131 Walton Way, Augusta

Augusta Moms Connection is a non-profit organization dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of mothers, their children and our community! The Meet and Greet events are a great opportunity to meet other moms and learn more about the group while the kids play. For more information, visit!

August 13: FREE movie night at Gateway Park. Bring your chairs and blankets to Screen on the Green, 7–10pm. Vendors on site.

August 14: Children’s Hike with Story Time, Phinizy Center and Nature Park. 8–9:30am.

August 14: Tony Howard’s Motown Review. Imperial Theatre. 7–11pm. $15 – $50.

August 20: [Rescheduled event] Cody Jinks is at the Bell Auditorium. Tickets previously purchased will be honored for this event. 7pm. $27 – $100.

August 27: Southern Rockers 38 Special in concert at the Miller Theater. 7:30pm. $53 – $83.

August 28: Eric Benet with Keke Wyatt and “The Prince of Soul” Calvin Richardson come to the Bell Auditorium. Soul singer-songwriter and 4-time Grammy nominated artist will sing from his 9 studio albums and 21 singles as he shares his artistry in an Evening of Love with Augusta. 8pm. $45 – $85.

Sept 4: Swamp Saturday Hike at Phinizy Center and Nature Park. 8–10am. $2/person.

Sept 10: The Southern Rock Tribute Goin’ South plays southern rock classics with local Aiken and Augusta musicians. 7pm. $44-$79.

Sept 11: RUN for HOPE, 5k Run/Walk for hope starts at the Augusta Dream Center. $30. 9am.

Sept 11: Darci Lynne & Friends: Fresh Out of the Box Tour. Singer/ventriloquist winner of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” at 12 years old with the most votes on a final performance. Bell Auditorium. $30 – $100.

Sept 12: Augusta GreenJackets versus the Columbia Fireflies for last regular season game at SRP Park. 6:35pm. Luau Party theme and post-game fireworks. Sunday FUNday. For information, visit

Sept 17: BORDER BASH returns to the SRP Park with Georgia and South Carolina cheerleaders and mascots. Live music and Big Al from the Kid Kraddick Morning Show on HD98.3. SRP Park. For tickets and information, visit

Sept 17 – 19: ARTSCITY Festival in Augusta! This scaled down mini-Arts in the Heart Festival will have plenty of fine crafts, international flair and food and performances. Support Augusta arts downtown and in the Commons.


Sept 23: Fresh Cuts Comedy Tour with John Crist. Crist is best known for his viral videos “Honest Football Coach,” “Every Parent at Disney,” and “Brands that need to be CANCELLED” that launched the comedian into sold-out shows on the road from coast to coast. 7pm. Bell Auditorium. $30 – $50.

Sept 24: Festival of the Woods with guest speaker Rudy Mancke, host of NatureScene. Hitchcock Woods, Aiken. 6–8pm.

Sept 25: Santana, Blessings and Miracles Tour. As a ten-time Grammy award winner and three-time Latino Grammy winner, the talent of Santana is legendary. This Afro-Latin-blue-rocker and smooth vibes guitar player will provide a night to remember. 8pm. Bell Auditorium. $50 – $150.

Sept 25: Cookin’ for Kids Oyster Roast at Daniel Field Airport. All you can eat steamed and roasted oysters, live music and auction. E-Z Go Golf Cart Raffle. $50/person.

Sept 24 – 25: Join the Randall Bramblett Band Friday night for a FREE evening of music with the Blind Willie Kick Off Concert in Thomson. Thomson Depot. 7–9pm.

Then return on Saturday morning at 11am for the 27th Annual Blind Willie McTell Music Festival. Tickets required for this event. $41/person. General admission.

July 24 – 25: Count, take photos and identify all different species of moths at the overnight Phinizy Swamp Moth Campout. From 7:30pm–9am. $5 per person.

Sept 24 – 26: Young Frankenstein, The Augusta Players. Imperial Theatre. Two 8pm shows and 3pm on Sunday. The adaptation of the Mel Brooks’ hauntingly hilarious film will leave you in stitches!