Saturday, September 21, 2013

September 20th-22nd Weekend

  Spend some time getting some rest this rainy weekend so you'll  be refreshed and ready to go come Monday when you realize that school days aren't just for kids anymore. 
This Weekend in Blythewood
September 20th, 21st and 22nd







Jammin' at The Market

It's almost time to close our Northeast Farmers Market but you don't want to miss being able to stock up on some of Vera Eze's hand made jams and jellies.  She makes them all with fresh fruit juices and they make for a  tasty treat on biscuits or toast.  Remember that   September 30 will be the last Monday of the market at Doko Meadows  so be sure to stop by anytime from 3:00pm - 7:00pm on Monday.

Don't miss out on shopping with these vendors at this week's market.  Hope to see you there!

The Shrimp Guy
Sarah's Fresh Veggies
Sweets and Treats
First Fruits Enterprises
L'Ecuyers Gourmet
Linda Philips Catering
Bee Trail Farms


It's Football Friday!!


Blythewood @ Lancaster
Kickoff at 7:30pm
Go Bengals!

Westwood @ Spring Valley
Kickoff@ 7:30pm
              Go Redhawks!   





Who Knew?

The USC horses don't travel to other schools when the team is competing away from home.  Each girl has to ride a horse from the hosting team during the competition.  Likewise, for those teams competing on USC home turf.



   Mark Your Calendar!

 Northeast Farmers Market
   Doko Meadows  -  Every Monday
    Lake Carolina  -   Every Thursday
                 3:00pm - 7:00pm
                    
Sept 27 -        USC Equestrian
                  USC vs. Fresno State
              2:00pm @ One Wood Farm

Oct 7 -       Brainery Classes Begin
                Muller Road Middle School
                        Register at:
              townofblythewoodsc.gov

Oct. 11 -       USC Equestrian
                    USC vs Georgia
              2:00pm @ One Wood Farm
                   
       


Have a Wonderful Weekend!
Did you Miss It?

If you missed the The Gamecock Equestrian Team's opening meet against Kansas State today, no worries.  Our USC girls will be riding again next Friday against Fresno State over at One Wood Farm, located at 1201 Syrup Mill Road right here in Blythewood.  Long time USC head coach, Boo Major is excited that her team gets to kickoff the season with two home meets.   The defending Southeastern Conference CHAMPIONS were ranked No. 3 in preseason polls and they bring back most of their lineup from last year's team.  The Gamecocks will host two more home meets this fall and two in the spring.  And great news for Blythewood...the team will host this year's SEC Equestrian Championships in March right here in our wonderful little town!

Go Gamecocks!!!
All meets listed on Calendar



Smart Matters

It's time to raise the collective IQ in Blythewood so  get ready to register for the fall session of the Blythewood Brainery!  Feed your inner artist or musician with painting or guitar classes or find out all the ins and outs to your new iPad!  Nutrition for good health is important to us all so you may want to try the 3 sessions of "Good Eats for Life". 
The Blythewood Brainery is a collaboration of Muller Road Middle School, Bravo Blythewood and The Town of Blythewood.
The courses for the fall session are:
Watercolors -taught by Esther Melton
Acrylics/Oils -taught by Esther Melton
iPAD Basics - taught by Morgan Moates
Bass Guitar Lessons - taught by Tyrone Mack (individual lessons)
Good Eats for Life - taught by Katherine Shavo

All classes will be held at Muller Road Middle School beginning the week of October 6 and will be up on the town website and ready for your perusal come Monday.

Register at:
townofblythewoodsc.gov
Things To Do


 



 



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