Friday, September 27, 2013

September 27th-29th Weekend

 Fall is definitely in the air!  What a great time of year to get out and enjoy all that Blythewood has to offer. 
This Weekend in Blythewood
September 27th, 28th and 29th

Last Call

The Northeast Farmers Market at Doko Meadows will call it a 'wrap' come Monday.  It's been a tough summer for farmers but we've had great loyalty from many of our vendors in spite of the rainy weather.  Stop by one last time and pick up some fresh herbs, handmade spices, jams and jellies and some ready to heat and eat culinary treats.  The NEFM will be open 3:00pm - 7:00pm on Monday so come on by and shop one last time.
We appreciate all those that have supported the NEFM this summer and hope we'll be able to  offer even more vendors and variety next summer.  A special 'THANK YOU' is offered up to Sarah Bailey who has managed the market this year, both at Doko Meadows and Lake Carolina.    She did a wonderful job and we appreciate all her hard work!

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

The Shrimp Guy
Sweets and Treats
First Fruits Enterprises
L'Ecuyers Gourmet
Linda Philips Catering

It's Football Friday!!

Blythewood vs. Sumter
Kickoff at 7:30pm
Go Bengals!

Westwood vs. RidgeView
@ Westwood
Kickoff@ 7:30pm
              Go Redhawks!   

   Mark Your Calendar!

 Northeast Farmers Market
   Doko Meadows  -  Last Monday
    Lake Carolina  -   Last 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:

Oct. 8 -     Historical Society Meeting
                       "History of Blythewood"
                        Langford-Nord House

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

Oct. 24 -          ChamberFest
                   Sponsored by Blythewood
                    Chamber of Commerce
                For Chamber Members Only
                The Manor @ Doko Meadows
                        5:30pm - 7:30pm
                         More info to come

Oct. 25-26-        BlytheFest
                  Trinity United Methodist Church
                Friday Night - 5:00pm - 9:00pm
                   Saturday -  9:00am - 3:00pm
                         More Info to come


Hooray for the Home Team!

It's 'home arena' advantage again this week for the Gamecock Equestrian Team when they go up against Fresno State  at 2:00 TODAY at One Wood Farm.  Our USC girls crushed Kansas State last week with a resounding score of 15-5.  
USC's team is lead by a pair of juniors, Katherine Schmidt and Amber Hunter and features a talented group comprised mainly of sophomores and juniors.  The future is looking quite bright for our defending SEC Champs!
You might want to  sneak out a bit early  from work today and head on over to One Wood Farm to watch our girls in action. 

Go Gamecocks!!!
All meets listed on Calendar

Smart Matters

Have you registered yet?  The Blythewood Brainery is offering up some terrific classes to  feed your inner artist or musician with painting or guitar classes or help you 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 are on the town website and ready for your perusal.

Register at:
Things To Do


The History of Blythewood

Are you curious about the History of Blythewood?  Well, that's the topic that will be shared at the next Blythewood Historical Society meeting on October 8.   Come join other members of the group to hear Wade Dorsey, resident historian, tell the tale of Blythewood's beginnings.   The meeting will be held at 7:00pm at the Langford-Nord House.

Have a Fabulous Fall Weekend!