The Dog Days of summer are upon us with the promise of the heat getting turned up. No matter the temperature,though, get out and enjoy yourself this weekend in the
coolest little town around!
This Weekend in
August 2nd, 3rd and 4th
Some like it HOT!
into peppers of all descriptions you need to make a trip to the Northeast Farmers Market this Monday at Doko Meadows.
Julie Jones came by last
week and purchased some jalapeno
peppers from Grands Garden. She took them home and roasted them up, filled
them with cream cheese and added Tomato Ginger Jelly that
she bought from First Fruits Enterprises. What a
the folks that are finding wonderful fresh produce, SC Shrimp, fresh
breads and local honey at the market. Create a farm to table
recipe and let us know about it on the Northeast
great way to enjoy fresh and healthy products from our local
vendors!! We'll see you at the market!!
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,
Naturals- Dog/Horse Treats
Smith....flowers and plants
The Old Farmer's Almanac lists the traditional period of
Dog Days as
the 40 days beginning
July 3rd - August 11th, coinciding with the ancient
rising of the Dog Star, Sirius. These are typically
the days of the year with the least rainfall in the
Mark Your Calendar!
Northeast Farmers Market
- Every Monday
Lake Carolina - Every
- Night for Sight
The Blythewood Lions Club
4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Manor @
August 31 Family Fun in The Field
Blythewood Presbyterian Church
Gate Opens @ 6:30pm
441 Rimer Pond Road
Sept. 2 - Blythewood Labor Day Run
Sept. 6,7 - The Big Grab
43 Mile Yard Sale
Sept. 14 -
Living Proof Live
Sandy Level Baptist Church
408 Blythewood Road
9:30am - 4:15pm
Doggone Great Weekend!
I Can See
Thanks to the Blythewood Lions
Club there are many people who can now see clearly.
Through their numerous fundraising projects the Lions have raised
money that support those in our community with sight and hearing
year our Blythewood Lions Club is bringing the annual Night for Sight and Hearing Gospel Concert to The Manor at Doko Meadows.
What a great opportunity for everyone to come out and
listen to some great gospel music and make a difference for someone
who may need a pair of glasses or even eye surgery.
This year the
Night for Sightand Hearing
will be held at
The Manor at Doko Meadows
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Tickets are only $6 and can be purchased from Rhett
Hair @ 803.261.4758 or
Tickets may also be purchased at
The B.A.G. Shop
still got a month to shape up for the 4th Annual Blythewood Labor Day Run. Hit the pavement and get some road miles on those shoes,
then run to your computer and register for the 10k or 5k races.
The race course starts at Blythewood
Middle School and runs through Longcreek
Plantation on Monday, September 2, Labor Day. This popular race has grown each year with over 400
participants coming from all over the state and beyond.
So go on....you can do it! Get out there and start running!
Register to run at:
Clean out your Closet!
Look under the bed and behind the sofa. There's
sure to be things in your house you'd like to clean out and maybe
make a few bucks on.
Stay tuned for more info about set up spots along the 43
mile route for
The Big Grab, the longest
yard sale in these parts!