Blythefest, Hosted by Trinity United Methodist Church, this Friday and Saturday !!
Weekend in Blythewood
18th, 19th & 20th
To all our football teams and Cross country Track Winners!
Did you Know... As I watched the news the other night I reflected on
how fortunate we are to live in Blythewood, USA. But, as I
have been reading the Blythewood timeline that was not always the
case in our quaint little town of Blythewood. Just imagine... 1861
the Civil War begins in Charleston. 1865 thousands of people
flee Columbia as Sherman advances on Columbia. General Wade
Hampton is in "Doko" as was General Blair from the
Northern Army. Blair burned Dr. S.W. Bookhart's plantation
and ransacked James Bookart's house south of Langford Rd. The Army
destroyed the railroad area and ransacked the Hoffman House
( Town Hall). The faculty of the Female Institute put out
fires of homes by Sandy Level. What a different world and
time. To read more, go to www.blythewoodhistoricalsociety.org
and click on research library/ timeline.
soon to your Favorite town!
Hosted by Trinity United Methodist Church, Friday, September
19th, 5pm to 9pm and Saturday, September 20th, 9 am to 3 pm.Family Fun Run ( 1 mile) starts at 9 am Saturday. Bounce House, games,
live entertainment, storytellers, train rides on Friday and face
painting on Saturday. For more information go
Westwood High School is hopping with
activities. The Westwood High Band Booster's are hosting a
Marching Band Invitational on Saturday, September 20 at 6:45. Admission will be $5 . For more information visit www.westwoodband.org and
click the "Booster" link.
A "Reverse Raffle" will be held by the Greater
Blythewood Chamber of Commerce in
conjunction with the Chamber's
Blythewood After 5, Thursday, September 18 at 6 pm at CW's Grill, located at the corner of Hard Scrabble and Clemson
Roads. Proceeds will benefit the scholarship program.
With a $100 tax-deductible donation to the scholarship fund,
you will receive an entry into the Reverse Raffle. Call Omar
Shalabi at 917-6234 for more information to enter the drawing.
forget the Blythewood Library
StorytimeeveryFriday at 10:30. Fun for
Saturday, September 20, 2:30 - 4:30 A
Dahlicious Birthday Party for
ages 6-12. Dress up as a character to
celebrate the birthday of Roald Dahl, author of Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory and many other favorites. There will be games
and lots of fun as the kids learn how to make" lickable
wallpaper"! Call 691-9806 or sign up at www.richlandllibrary.com
RECYCLING EVENT ON SEPTEMBER 20 – Richland County Solid Waste & Recycling
Department is sponsoring an electronic recycling event on Saturday, September 20, from 7:00 to 10:30 AM at
Brookland Baptist Church-Northeast Campus (1203 Summit Parkway). There will be paper shredding, and acceptable items
include computer equipment, household electronics and appliances,
and tires. For more details, call 576-2446 or see the flyer (http://www.keepthemidlandsbeautiful.org/pdf/RC%20E-Waste%20and%20Shred%20Event.pdf).
Jazz on the Lawn, Sunday, September 21
from 3-6 pm at 1509 Lorick Road. Come hear the Blythewood
Jazz Orchestraalong with the Upscale Music Group. Big Mo Dixon, Glen
Aiken, GMG Music Center and the Jazz Sextet. Bring your lawn chairs
to enjoy the music and refreshments. Sponsored by the
Blythewood Jazz Orchestra and Friends.
September 21 is National "Let's Move Day"! Hosted by the New Covenant Tabernacle, join in a
walk/run, free health screening, relay races, jump rope and potato
sack races from 10am to 2pm at the Doko Manor Park. Contact Adeline Bryan at email@example.com for more
Blythewood Middle School is looking for Career Day
speakers for Thursday, September 25, from 7:45 to 10:30am. The school needs 40 to 50 speakers for the morning to
speak to 4 or 5 sessions of students on their career. If
interested call Lara Schmitz at 691-6850 Ext. 85408 or email her at
Adventures in Learing startsThursday September 26-October 30. These 6 week classes will be held in the Youth Building at Trinity United Methodist Church. Classes include: Exercise Class in CLC, Dulcimer
Class. Sewing, Knitting, Crocheting or Embroidery, Gardening Class,
iPads and iPhone Card Class. Tuition is $25 per class submitted
with your registration form. For more information contact Kathy
Griffin at 786-1637 Ext. 18
The Blythewood Farmers' Market is starting up again, each Wednesday
from September 24th - October 29th, 4:00 to 7:00. Come to Doko Meadows and purchase the
fresh, local vegetables, honey and grits, grass-fed beef,
homemade baked goods, free-range eggs, and handmade soaps . There
are also lotions, artisan crafts, food and entertainment for the
Don't forget our beautiful Doko
Manor to book your family reunions, weddings,
birthday and graduation parties, baby showers and business
meetings. Give us a call at 754-0501
for information or look on-line at the Town of Blythewood website
under Doko Manor.