Here we are in the middle of summer with all the fun and lazy days that it brings. Get out and enjoy the sunshine (between the showers) and enjoy the weekend
in our wonderful little town.
This Weekend in
July 19th, 20th and 21st
Jam Up and
better than a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.... especially when
you know the jelly is made with fresh fruit juices. You can find all
the jellies and jams you want and the fresh breads to complete the
culinary masterpiece at the Northeast
Farmers Market. Whether you
shop at Doko Meadows or Lake Carolina, be sure to pick up some fresh SC Shrimp, veggies
and wonderful watermelons and cantaloupes, too. It's
what summer's all about!
Enjoy a 'Taste of the Market'
by winning a great basket of goodies....all from our market
vendors. All you have to do is LIKE us on Facebook (Northeast Farmers
Market) to find out the 'secret' word! Be the
first to tell Sarah, our market manager the word and you'll take home
a wonderful sampling of tasty treats.
the NEFM is at two great locations
this year...Doko Meadows on Monday and Lake Carolina on
Thursday...both run from
who's coming to the market next week! We hope to see you there,
Blythewood Community Garden
Naturals- Dog/Horse Treats
Smith....flowers and plants
Sweets 'n Treats
donuts and smoothies
Mark Your Calendar!
Northeast Farmers Market
- Every Monday
Lake Carolina - Every
3:00pm - 7:00pm
26,27 - Blythewood Doko
Former Community Center
Gates Open at 6:00pm
Sept. 2 - Blythewood Labor Day Run
Sept. 6,7 - The Big Grab
43 Mile Yard Sale
Have a wonderful summer weekend!
Come Kick Up Your Heels!
Join the fun this year
when the Blythewood Doko Rodeocomes
back to town on July 26th and 27th. Watch the cowboys and cowgirls compete for some
major cash and some really BIG 'hardware'. Gates
will open at 6:00 pm each night at the former community center property,
with the wrangling and riding beginning at 8:00 pm each night.
Tickets are on sale now at the Town Hall, but can also be purchased online at:
The beginnings of rodeo can be traced back to the
ranches of the early 1700's, when the Spanish ruled the west.
Duties on the early ranches included roping, horse breaking, riding,
herding, branding and
Where's Tom Sawyer when you need him?
You've probably noticed the beautiful new picket fence that has been
installed at the Langford-Nord House recently. Well, the painting has started and soon
the finished product will create a beautiful addition to our
town. Thank-you's to Cindy Nord and the Blythewood Historical
Society for such a wonderful contribution to our townscape.
Clear the Tracks!
Speaking of beautification projects...
The underbrush on both sides of the railroad track have
been cut down and cleared away and now, The Manor and all of Doko
Meadows present a beautiful view from Main Street. What a welcomed
sight! There's no question...Blythewood is definitely on the