Fuller once said....."He that plants trees loves others
besides himself." Show your love for a special
person in your life or celebrate a special occasion by adopting a
tree in Doko Meadows. What better time than Earth Day to
put a lasting mark on your favorite small town.
The Doko Meadows Commemorative Tree Project.
from five varieties of trees that will be planted in the park.
Give Mother Nature a treat this Monday, April 22, when
Earth Day rolls around. Pick up some trash, plant a tree,
recycle those plastic drink bottles or repurpose something you
found in your attic. All those are great ways to show respect
and love for this beautiful planet we call home.
Mother Nature will be so proud!
is brewing over at the Blythewood Visitors Center. Come and enjoy delicious scones or
unbelievably tasty bread pudding made by local caterer Mary Ellen Tobias and Linda and
Richard Hewlette of The Company of OHS. Sip a cup of blended tea from the Cornwallis House Tea Co. from
Winnsboro, while you sit and chat with a friend.
self-serve 'tea room' is serving every week Tuesday -
5:00 pm. Bring a friend and enjoy a 'spot of tea' each
Tuesday - Friday
Noon - 5:00 pm
It's a walk in the park every Tuesday evening at
6:00pm with Mayor Mike Ross. What a great way to re-energize
and take in these beautiful spring evenings with friends. Get
your walking shoes on and come on out!!!
Walk with the Mayor
Each Tuesday @ 6pm
The only food that doesn't spoil is
Spring Cleaning Time
Come join the
Great American Cleanup effort at these other locations:
July 19th - Trenholm Park
Sept. 13th - Jordan Memorial Boat Ramp
Dec. 13th - Polo Road Park
Blythewood Brainery is beginning to schedule summer classes.
Stay tuned for more info coming your way soon!
know some of the classes you'd like to see taught in the Brainery.