Bring the entire family out to the annual THREE KINGS DAY CELEBRATION on Saturday, January 6th from 11am – 3pm at Decker Center, 2500 Decker Blvd. in Columbia.

• Have your picture taken with Abraham the Camel
• Enjoy musical entertainment with local percussion group, Gas Money and DJ Angel
• Enjoy food, piñatas and gifts for the kids
Call (803) 227-8984 for more details. For many Christians, the holiday season doesn’t officially end until the 12th day of Christmas, known as the “Feast of the Epiphany” or “Three Kings’ Day”. The holiday marks the biblical adoration of baby Jesus by the three Kings, also referred to as three Wise Men or Magi. According to the Gospel of Matthew, the men found the divine child by following a star across the desert for twelve days to Bethlehem. Melchior, Caspar, and Balthazar — representing Europe, Arabia, and Africa respectively — travelled by horse, camel, and elephant in order to present baby Jesus with three symbolic gifts.
Three Kings Day also celebrates the diversity of Latin culture through food, art, dance, music and history. It is a very special time to be with family and friends. Come celebrate the rich cultural and religious traditions of the season.
Specials thanks goes to our student volunteers from Benedict College and the generous donations of gifts and essential items from Catawba Trail Elementary School in Elgin.

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For more information please contact Tanya Rodriguez-Hodges of Latino Communications at
(803) 227-8984. The Three Kings Day Celebration is brought to you by Latino Communications, Wellcare and the Richland County Hospitality Tax Fund.