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Soul-icious festival returns to Price House on Feb. 16
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Last year's inaugural Soul-icious festival at the Price House in downtown Camden featured facepainting (as shown here), food, crafts, music and more. This year's event will take place Feb. 16 and feature tours of both the Price House and adjacent African American Cultural Center. (C-I file photo)

The Price House Commission is issuing an invitation to the community to attend the second annual Soul-icious celebration, to be held Saturday, Feb. 16, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

The event, which attracted more than 400 visitors to its debut in 2018, is a festival celebrating laughter, love and heritage. The Price House Commission hosts the event in conjunction with community partners, including the Camden-Kershaw County NAACP Branch.

This special Black History Month event will bring everyone together to live, laugh, love and celebrate our heritage, say event organizers. There will be a variety of fun-filled, family friendly activities throughout the day, including singing, music, line dancing, face painting, arts and crafts, games, vendors, history, food sales and more. Tours of the Price House and the Little House, which houses the African American Cultural Center, will be offered throughout the day as well.

For more information, contact Jackie Green-Stuckey (803) 432-4101, Polly Lampshire (803) 432-0021, or Vernon Tucker (803) 549-0496.