Festivals & Events
Christmas In Cayce
The City of Cayce is excited to announce the return of the Christmas in Cayce festivities! Beginning on Thursday, December 2nd and continuing through the end of the year, visitors can ride or stroll through Cayce City Hall grounds and enjoy the magic of thousands of twinkling lights and Christmas music. Christmas in Cayce is sponsored by several local partners, so all events are free!
Christmas in Cayce Drive Through
Sponsored by The Woman's Club of Cayce, this drive through event includes musical performances and a visit from Santa Claus. See thousands of lights and animated displays. The Woman’s Club of Cayce is also sponsoring the 19th annual “Cayce Cares” food drive to assist God’s Helping Hands and the Scooter Scott project, and ask that you bring canned goods and non-perishable food items. The Drive Through begins at 6:00 pm, so come early!
Carols Along the Riverwalk
Beginning at the N Avenue Entrance (201 N Avenue at the intersection of Axtell and N Avenue) of the Cayce Riverwalk, the sounds of the holidays flow through the trees during this reverse caroling event, where several local church choirs and musicians will be located throughout the first half mile of the Riverwalk. Parking will be made available at Brookland Cayce High School with free trolley rides provided to and from the entrance of the Riverwalk.
Cayce Historical Museum’s Annual Christmas Traditions Open House
The sights, sounds, and tastes of Christmas will abound at the Cayce Historical Museum’s annual Christmas Traditions Holiday Open House. Each room will be decorated with trees and crafts from the 18th century to present. The event will also feature live entertainment, docents dressed in period attire, and light refreshments.
Holiday Parade of Lights
Beginning at 5:30 pm, this Annual event is one of the most anticipated holiday parades in the Midlands! This beloved night-time parade is hosted by the Greater Cayce West Columbia Chamber of Commerce. Follow https://www.cwcchamber.com/ for updates and more information.
Cayce Fall Fest
It is with an abundance of caution that the City of Cayce has decided to cancel the Fall Fest on October 2, 2021. We were looking forward to celebrating a fun day with you, but we do not want to risk anyone’s health and wellness given the outbreak of the COVID‐19 virus in our state. Please join us in December for Christmas in Cayce.
Cayce Plant Exchange
The City of Cayce Beautification Board host a Spring and Fall Plant Exchange each year. Everyone is invited to bring seeds, bulbs, clippings/cuttings, potted house plants, shrubs, and even trees. You do not have to bring a plant to participate. A master gardener will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Rain or shine, these events will run until all plants have a new home. These events are child and pet friendly and refreshments will be provided.
The City of Cayce is excited to announce a series of virtual history tours at the 12,000 Year History Park located just off Interstates 77 and 26. Moderated by Mr. John Jameson, a Heritage Consultant for the 12,000 Year History Park, the history tours cover everything from the history of Native American inhabitants to life in our region during the Civil War! Come learn about the rich history of our area for over 120 centuries!
Cayce Serves Tennis Tournament
Out of respect for our sponsors, safety of our volunteers and players, as well as uncertainty of scheduling, the Cayce Public Safety Foundation has determined it is in the best interest to cancel the 2020 Cayce Serves Tennis Tournament. We look forward to seeing everyone in 2021!
Tartan Day South
With a heavy heart, we announce the cancellation of Tartan Day South in 2021 due to concerns about COVID-19. All of the events are cancelled. This is a cancellation not a postponement. Most of our vendors and athletes work the highland schedule around the Southeast. Rescheduling this size event would be very difficult.
As a blessing, Tartan Day South has grown into a regional event. We had patrons from 35 states visit TDS in 2019. With that in mind and in cooperation with community and municipal leaders, we made this very difficult decision. We know this decision has far reaching effects, from our vendors to our cities businesses that also benefit from the influx of visitors. In these very uncertain times, this was the only decision we could make.
- Cayce 12,000 Year History Park
- Greater Cayce West Columbia Chamber of Commerce
- Cayce Times Newsletter
- Calendar of Events