Get ready for the Blythewood Beach Bash! Bravo Blythewood is hosting the 6th annual Beach Bash, Saturday, May 17th at Doko Meadows Amphitheater benefiting the American Cancer Society.
This Weekend in
16th and 17th
Did you Know...
question was about the "Blythewood Institute" which Kem S.
knew was a finishing school for girls, owned and operated by the
Bookhart family during the Civil War. Kem will receive a Town
of Blythewood treat for being the first to answer the question!
Do you Know....Our Town was first known as Doko. It changed to
Blythewood in approxiamately 1877. Why was the name changed and
why did it change to Blythewood?
congratulations to all the talented students and teachers in our Town
of Blythewood! French Contest National Winners, National
History Day Winners, Graphics Award Winner, Spanish Exam National
Winners, and many others! Plus... PASS testing is over for
another school year! Thanks to all the teachers and students
who worked hard in this endeavor!
Congrats to our Mayor! USC picks the best!
Good luck to all the students who interviewed for the Greater
Blythewood Chamber of Commerce's scholarship! Mr. Mobley was on the
mark with his editorial in the Chronicle. A great group of applicants
came through Town Hall to interview!
And... As an
involved community member check out Richland School District 2's
website! They are asking for ideas, concerns and success
stories from the community to help provide the best education for our
students. Now is your chance to share! May 20th, 6:00 at
Bridge Creek Elementary School located at 121 Bombing Range Road in
Mark Your Calendar
Get ready for the Blythewood
Beach Bash! Bravo Blythewood is
hosting the 6th annual Beach Bash, Saturday, May 17th at Doko Meadows Amphitheater benefiting the American Cancer
Society. The fun starts at 5:00 with DJ Gene Lee . The
Sensations will fill center stage at 6:00 with shag music and fun for
the whole family! Bring lawn chairs and a cooler and join in the fun!
Admission is $20 per car with donations welcomed! Call
Jean Bell at the Blythewood Arts Center at 550-9323 for more
Blythewood Library is
spreading a little magic on Saturday,May 24th for ages 3-8. Join in the fun from 3 to 3:45 as kids create a Sparkle in a Bottle with stories
from our wonderful town librarians!
Don't forget Family Storytime
for all ages every Friday through May 30th, 10:30
until 11 A.M.
Blythewood's Chamber or Commerce will invite guests to Blythewood
Thursday, May 29th5:30 until 7 P.M. Hosted by Randy
and Debra Humphries of Circle H Builders, the event will be
held at 110 High Point Drive in Cobblestone Park. Admission is free,
but register in advance at www.blythewoodchamber.com
Blythewood High School's Head Baseball Coach, Barry Mizzell will
offer 2 sessions of Baseball Camp this summer for ages 6-14 at Blythewood Baseball Park. June 9-12 and June 23-26 from 8:30 until noon. The camp will
focus on advanced pitching and catching, as well as fundamentals and
fun! For more information contact Barry Mizzell at 333-9882 or
691-4090 Ext. 28919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Westwood High School is calling all girls grades 3-11 for its first Softball Camp, June 17th and 18th.
Players will learn the basic fundamentals and mechanics of
softball, as well as love of the game and sportsmanship from the
Westwood varsity softballl staff and other coaches from the area.
The camp runs from 9 A.M. until noon and the cost is $30. For more information contact
Coach Lila Grooms at 843-245-4048 or email email@example.com.
Westwood High School will also be busy with a Redhawk
Dance and Drama Camp for Elementary School
students June 23rd-26th, 9 A.M. until 2:00 P.M. The camp costs $125 with a $25 deposit due by
June 6th, with the balance due on June 23rd. For more
information call 803-691-4049 Ext. 36703 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Blythewood Art Center is offering some great classes! There is an Oil and Acrylic Class that started May 14 and goes through June 4th 5 :45 to 8:15. The cost is $135. May 9th and May 20th a Social Media Class meets from 5:45-8:15. The cost is $35.00, plus a Basket Weaving Class on Saturday, May 31, 9 to 4:30 with a cost of $55.
Call 803-550-9323 to register.
Don't forget we have the beautiful Manor atDoko
Meadows to book for all your upcoming events!
Give us a call for information at 754-0501!