Monday, August 29, 2016

Mayor Ross extends an invitation to the community for the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Depot Shell Building, this coming Wednesday, August 31st at 11:45 at Town Hall by the railroad tracks.

Mayor Ross extends an invitation to the community for the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Depot Shell Building, this coming Wednesday, August 31st at 11:45 at Town Hall  by the railroad tracks.

      This Weekend in          Blythewood    
 August 25th, 26th & 27th

Your Special Invitation...

Mayor Ross
extends an invitation to
the community for the Groundbreaking Ceremony
for the new
Depot Shell Building, 
this coming Wednesday,
August 31st
at 11:45 at Town Hall
 by the railroad tracks.

After the ceremony,
many in the group will be going over to Prince House of Pizza
to welcome
Congressman Joe Wilson to Blythewood as he takes his annual  bus tour the area.  Join us as we welcome him to our growing town!

85-Mile Yard Sale through
Blythewood, Ridgeway
and Winnsboro

Friday, September 9th and Saturday, September 10th
All day...'til dark!

For more information to set up a table go to

Volunteers needed both days at the Community Center. Call the Blythewood Chamber of Commerce if you can volunteer.

Saturday, September 17
9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Cedar Creek Baptist Church
on 1920 Cedar Creek Road
invites you
to a Women's Conference
with Guest Speaker
Catherine Ritch Guess: 
Author, Inspirational Speaker, Composer and more.

Tickets are $10 with includes a bag lunch.  Call Sandra Jones for more information 803-754-2571 or Donna Wright at 629-3821

Calling all Blythewood Artists,
ages 6-18. 
Use your creativity
to tell the world that we can be at peace with each other.  
There will be 4 categories with cash prizes in each.
Visit the website to enter and have your art ready by September 9th.

Then Sunday, October 9th join others as they celebrate 
Peace in the Park at
Saluda Shoals
from 2-4 pm.

For more information go to

Blythewood Library

Look for the Library's table of activities at the Farmers Market each Wednesday!
4:00 to 7:00 pm

Join us each Wednesday
from 4:00 to 7:00 for fresh produce, children's activities, crafts and more.
Next to Town Hall at 171 Langford Road

 If you participated in the recent Quilt Education Series you will know what this means!
Get ready to "document your quilt".
The first documentation day for the Quilt Index will be Tuesday, 
September 20 from 5-8 pm.  

Anyone with a special quilt is invited to participate in the documentation.

Forms to register quilts can be found on www.blythewoodhistoricalsociety.
org under programs or you can get a form at the Langford Nord House .

The Blythewood Visitors Center

The Town of Blythewood’s
Visitors Center is now
 each Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday
from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The Langford-Nord House is located at 100 McNulty Street
in Blythewood.
For more information call

Town of Blythewood

Labor Day Holiday
Monday, September 5
Town Hall
will be closed

Planning Commission
Tuesday, September 6
6:00 pm
at Doko Manor

Board of Zoning
Monday, September 12
7:00 pm
at Doko Manor

Join the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce
for their
Monthly Breakfast Meeting,

Tuesday, September 13
at Doko Manor 
Doors open at 7:00 with
breakfast at 7:15.  

The Associate Publisher of the Columbia Regional Business Report, Licia Jackson,
will give an economic report you won't want to miss. 

If you have five minutes,
your input is wanted by the
"Carolina Corridors" consultants
to help identify ways to improve
mobility in the Midlands. 

If you are a commuter on I-20, I-26,
I-77,  I-126 or SC277 there is a short survey to complete on-line.

It only takes a few minutes and there is immediate feedback on the information provided. To view the questionnaire go to 

  Doko Manor,
A Wedding Showcase
or a great place for family reunions, retirement parties or business meetings.

Give us a call at Town Hall for details or pricing
or visit us at