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Christian music night moved to Dinkins

The location of Saturday's Come-See-Me Festival Christian music night has been changed to Winthrop University's Dinkins Student Union in Dinkins Underground, at the corner of Oakland Avenue and Maple Street, Rock Hill.

The event, which had previously been scheduled at First Baptist Church in Rock Hill, will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Featured band will be Missing You Dearly.

Tickets are $5 in advance, available at the Shepherd's Fold Book Store, 415 N. Cherry Road, Rock Hill, or $6 at the door.

For details, visit www.geocities/com/bushco44 or e-mail bushcorocks@hotmail.com or call (888) 628-3692.

RC Harris, Blue Denim to play at bluegrass event

RC Harris and Blue Denim will perform at Allison Creek Bluegrass at 7 p.m. Thursday at Allison Creek Presbyterian Church, 5780 Allison Creek Road, York.

Admission is free. Food will be sold. For details, visit www.allisoncreekbluegrass.com.

Acoustic cafe, more planned by arts council

The Arts Council of York County will have the following events:

• Acoustic Cafe, featuring performances by Ashley Peeples, Adam Snow and Scott Dailey, from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday at Terry Roueche's Studio, 1326 W. Main St., Rock Hill. The event is part of the arts council's Art After Hours program. Admission is free for Art After Hours members and $10 for non-members. For details, call 328-2787.

• Fourth annual photography competition, with an entry deadline of May 2. Dennis Kiel, chief curator at the Light Factory Contemporary Museum of Photography and Film in Charlotte, will jury the competition.

• 19th annual juried art competition, with an entry deadline of July 7. Karen Derksen, assistant director of the Winthrop University Galleries and a professor of fine arts, will jury the exhibition.

To enter either competition, visit www.yorkcountyarts.org. For details, call 328-2787 or e-mail arts@yorkcountyarts.org.

Catawba potter speaking at preservation event

The Lewisville Preservation Society will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Front Porch Restaurant, 3072 Lancaster Highway, Richburg. Guest speaker will be Catawba Indian potter, storyteller and educator Keith Brown, who is also known as Little Bear.

Brown will describe the unique designs of Catawba pottery and tell stories about Catawba heritage and tradition.

The meeting is open to the public. For details, call Scott Coleman at (803) 385-3401.

Clover public library plans book discussion

A discussion of the book, "Dearest Friend: The Life of Abigail Adams," by Lynne Withey will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Clover Public Library, 107 Knox St., Clover. To register, call (803) 222-3474.

Volunteers needed to promote local food drive

The United Way of York County is seeking volunteers for the U.S. Postal food drive to be May 10. Volunteers are needed to help promote the drive in churches and in the community.

Each year, United Way, the National Rural Letter Carriers and the National Association of Letter Carriers partner to help communities combat hunger through a one-day food drive. In York County, seven food banks will be restocked by the drive.

Residents are asked to leave a sturdy bag containing non-perishable food items, such as canned soup, canned vegetables, pasta, rice or cereal, next to their mailbox before the time of regular mail delivery on May 10.

For details, call Debbie Hayworth at 324-2735, e-mail dhayworth@unitedwayofyc.org or visit www.helpstampouthunger.com.

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