Thursday, June 18, 2015

This Weekend in Blythewood, June 18th-21st

Happy Fathers Day !!

     
    This Weekend in          Blythewood    
June 18th, 19th & 20th



 Sunday, June 21st







BLOWFISH BASEBALL NIGHT ON JUNE 20 –

The Blowfish are hosting their annual appreciation night on Saturday, June 20, for the Town of Blythewood, CSC, the SC DMV, and the SC DPS over at the Lexington County Baseball Stadium (474 Ball Park Road). Gates open at 6 PM with plenty of activities and fun for the family, including Star Wars costume night, fireworks, and kids’ catch with the Blowfish. Game time is 7:05. We have a limited supply of free tickets available at Town Hall on a first-come, first-served basis. Stop by during regular office hours (Monday through Friday,
8 AM to 5 PM) now through June 12. For game information, visit Blowfish Baseball.






ROCKIN’ RED, WHITE & BLUE: The Town of Blythewood will host its 2015 "Rockin' Red, White & Blue Celebration” on Friday,
July 3, at Doko Meadows,
(rain or shine). New this year is WWE wrestling from 3 to 5 PM, and the D.B. Bryant Band is
back on stage from 6 to 9 PM. Fireworks will start at 9 PM! Local food vendors will be on hand with plenty of picnic food. Bring your lawn chairs (no coolers please) and your family for a fun-filled night! Admission is free!





Blythewood Library




Thursday, June 18, 3 to 4:00.  LEGO Challenge for ages 6-12.  There will be 6 different LEGO challenges to test your skills with fun, sharing of ideas and prizes.  


Thursday, June 18, 6 until 7. Basic Resume  Help for Adults.  Bring your paperwork and learn the essentials for creating a profesional resume or have your questions answered.


Wednesday, June 24, 3:00-4:45 Under the Sea for ages 3-8. Read about the mysterious world below and make a fun "fin-ny craft". 


Friday, June 26, 3:00 Criss Cross Mangosause for Families.
Hear stories and songs from Latin-America as you go from Mexico to Argentina,  the Caribbean Sea to the Andes and the Amazon to Patagonia.

To register for programs, sign up online at www.richlandlibrary.com/events or call 691-9806. 








Mark your Calendar...

Coming Soon...sooner than we think!
 Sept, 11th & 12th
The Big Grab Yard Sale through Blythewood, Ridgeway and 
Winnsboro.  



To Dr. Cheryl Guy, the new Westwood High School Principal

&

To the 20 Blythewood High School Scholarship Winners




Happy Father's Day
to all our wonderful Blythewood Dads!















Town of Blythewood Meetings:

Town Council:
Monday, June 29 at 7 p.m. at Doko Manor

Planning Commission:
Monday, July 6 at 6 p.m. at Doko Manor








Holy Smokes Friday Family Fun Nights: June 19, July 17, and August 21
This summer, New Kirk Presbyterian Church is inviting its Blythewood neighbors to truly experience community in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere by hosting Holy Smokes! New Kirk has combined the best of summer entertainment—cookouts, bonfires, music, and movies—into one Friday night a month, and added a little twist to each one. The fun starts at 6 PM, rain or shine, at the church (491 Langford Road, across from Langford Elementary). Admission is free, but donations are welcome!
Here’s the entertainment line-up:

·         June 19 – Open Jam Session (bring an instrument and play along!) and Henry Poole is Here

·         July 17 – Live band and movie TBA

·         August 21 – New Kirk’s Got Talent! variety show

(visit www.newkirkpres.com to sign up)
Please come as you are, bring along some neighbors, and have a great time!








Don't forget the Blythewood Farmers Market, every Wednesday, 4:00 to 7:00.

If you are interested in joining the Blythewood Farmers Market please contact Michaela Barno at blythewoodfarmersmarket@gmail.com.











Doko Meadows and Doko Manor...

 A great place for weddings, anniversary celebrations, birthdays and business meetings.

or 

An early morning walk on the trail to see our new Butterfly Garden...

or

 A great playground for the children! 

Enjoy your Town!

 Give us a call at Town Hall,  
754-0501  ( M-F, 8 to 5) for information and prices or visit www.townofblythewoodsc.gov.  





Have you ever heard of
"Yarn Bombing"?
What do you think? It would put Blythewood, S.C. in the news! 










































                            



 


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