Blythewood Butterfly Festival, Saturday Sep 5th, Ribbon Cutting with the Mayor and Butterfly Release at 9 am. Join us from 9 am to 6 pm for arts and crafts, kids' activities, art contest,face painting, food vendors and more.
This Weekend in
September 3rd, 4th & 5th
Town Hall wishes you a safe and fun Labor Day Weekend!
Saturday, September 5, at Doko Meadows
Blythewood Butterfly Festival!
Ribbon Cutting with the
Mayor and Butterfly Release at 9 am.
Join us from 9 am to 6 pm for arts and crafts,
kids' activities, art contest,face painting, food vendors and more.
Sponsored by the Town of Blythewood and Bravo Blythewood Art
Contact Jean Bell for more information.
The Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce invites you
to the Monthly
Breakfast Meeting, Tuesday, September 8 at Doko Manor.
This will be the annual high school football
coaches meeting where the WHS and the BHS coaches and athlectic
directors will present their outlooks and take questions about the
Doors will open at 7:00, with breakfast at 7:30,
catered by Lizard's Thicket and Iron Brew of BW. Please
register in advance
Westwood High School Fire and EMS will be there,
along with the Richland County Sheriff's Deptartment, K-9 Deputies,
Kid Print ID Service, 9-foot Deputy, Live Music and food from Doko
Smoke. For more information find us on the Blythewood Farmers
Market Facebook page under "events" . firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday , September 12th, Blythewood High
School Boys and Girls Basketball Teams will hold a car wash fundraiser at the BP gas station on
235 Blythewood Road. The car wash will take place from
10am to 2pm. The cost of the car wash is $5. Donations are
welcomed. Funds raised will be used to support the boys and girls
basketball teams. For more information
call 803-984-2226 or 803-348-5485.
For more than ten years,
the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce has been
in charge of the town's annual Christmas parade.
However, the chamber board has recently decided
to focus more on traditional chamber activities and has begun the transition to a citizen-committee-run Christmas
parade with the
town's blessing. The goal is to have the parade continue to
act as a college scholarship fundraiser for deserving, local-area
high school seniors.
This year's parade, on Sunday,
December 13th, will be run by the chamber and the citizens
committee together; with the 2016 parade run solely by the citizens
chamber would like to hold the first committee meeting in
mid-September. If you are interested in being a part of this
exciting new effort, please contact the chamber's office manager,
Kitty Kelly at (803) 712-3806 or email@example.com.
and songs for the
Bookworm Book Club
3pm to 4 pm
ages 9-12. Join us as we hear about exciting books to read,
plus fun activities for the kids.
Teen Book Club
11:30 for ages 13-18. Share your favorite books with other teens
who love to read.
11:30 for ages 2-5.
your toddler for a hands-on messy ,fun time!