Saturday, June 29, 2013

June 28th-30th Weekend

You might want to take it easy this weekend to rest up  for all the excitement that's brewing in our little town.
Whatever you do stay cool and enjoy!
This Weekend in Blythewood
June 28th, 29th and 30th






Chill Out!






Bring the kids 'cause this Monday at the Northeast Farmers Market at Doko Meadows in Blythewood it's CHILL OUT POPS DAY!   Yes, indeed... the first 25 kids that show up at the market will get a FREE Chill Out Pops popsicle!  These aren't your everyday run of the mill popsicles, either.  These are handmade with fresh fruit and there are some deeeelicious flavors to choose from.   Mom's everywhere approve! We'll be doing a Chill Out day at the Lake Carolina site soon so be sure to watch for the date coming your way.

Remember the NEFM is at two great locations this year...Doko Meadows on Monday and Lake Carolina on Thursday...both run from
3pm -7pm. 
Look who's coming to the market next week!  We hope to see you there, too!

Grands Garden
Blythewood Community Garden
The Shrimp Guy
Bubble Tea
Sweets and Treats
Sweet T's
Company of OHS
Little Gadsden Farm
Chill Out Pops
First Fruits Enterprises
Ruby's Naturals- Dog/Horse Treats
Bobbie Smith....flowers and plants
Bruce's Greenhouse
Back Country Skincare
Personalize it Boutique
Linda Phillips
The Bird Man
SnoBiz - Snow Cones
Crooked Cedar Farms
Howell Farms


Who Knew?

Fireworks were invented when a Chinese cook accidently spilled saltpeter into a cooking fire.  The mixture made a pretty flame but he found it exploded if it was enclosed in a bamboo tube!





   Mark Your Calendar!

 Northeast Farmers Market
       Doko Meadows  -  Every Monday
    Lake Carolina  -   Every Thursday
      3:00pm - 7:00pm

July 6  -      Columbia Blowfish
                    Baseball Game              Blythewood Appreciation Night
Capital City Stadium
6:00pm
Print FREE tickets at:
blythewoodchamber.com

July 6 - Fireworks and All That Jazz
  Sponsored by
The Town of Blythewood
    Presenting
The Blythewood Jazz Orchestra
The Amphitheatre @ Doko Meadows
FREE Concert and Fireworks!

July 14 - Dr. Richard Conant Day
           Trinity United Methodist Church
                  11:00 a.m. Service

July 26,27 - Blythewood Doko
                          Rodeo        
            Former Community Center
               Gates Open at 6:00pm

Sept. 2 - Blythewood Labor Day Run
                       LongCreek Plantation
        Register to run at:
         blythewoodlabordayrun.com

Sept. 6,7  - The Big Grab
                    43 Mile Yard Sale
            More info coming soon!           


Have a Fun and
Relaxing Weekend!




Heads UP!

Come on down to Capital City Stadium  on Saturday, July 6 so your kids can play a round of catch with the Columbia Blowfish players.  Bring  your ball and glove  and get ready to throw with the pros when the gates  open at 6:00pm.  Everybody gets in FREE 'cause it's Blythewood Appreciation Night at the Columbia Blowfish Game.  FREE tickets are  available on the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce website.  All you have to do is go to
www.blythewoodchamber.com and print as many tickets as you need! 

Come on out and
HAVE A BALL!!!



Don't stop there!



Once you've watched the Blowfish play a few innings head on back to Blythewood for
Fireworks and All That Jazz
July 6th
The Amphitheatre @ Doko Meadows
Featuring
The Blythewood
Jazz Orchestra

The FREE concert is
8pm -10pm with fireworks to follow!
Lawn chairs, blankets and coolers are welcome!

Celebrate America with your hometown neighbors this year!



Take Note!

For those of you who have known Dr. Richard Conant as either professor emeritus at the University of South Carolina or as the Chancel Choir director at Trinity United Methodist Church, July 14 will be a date you'll want to mark on your calendar.  Dr. Conant's 20 years at Trinity are being celebrated that day with featured tributes during their 11:00 a.m. service.  A reception will follow in the Christian Life Center. 



Save the Date!


Register to run at:
blythewoodlabordayrun.com



 



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