Thursday, February 9, 2017

This Weekend in Blythewood, February 9th-11th

Come join the Mayor and Council members celebrate with students' art work, dance, choirs, Ray Smith's oral history recordings with several of the prominent family members of our community, and the viewing of the Bethel High School Yearbook.  February 11, 2017, Town of Blythewood, Black History Celebration, History's Heroes, Doko Manor 1:00 pm


       This Weekend in          Blythewood    
February 9th, 10th & 11th



Don't forget...Tuesday, February 14th
Valentine's Day






February 11, 2017
Town of Blythewood 
Black History Celebration
History's Heroes
Doko Manor
1:00 pm

Come join the Mayor and Council members celebrate with students' art work, dance, choirs, Ray Smith's 
oral history recordings with several of the prominent family members of our community, and the viewing of the Bethel High School Yearbook.






Join us Tonight at the Langford-Nord House


The Blythewood Historical Society and Museum and the Blythewood Library
invite you to the second
Blythewood Reads
in celebration of Black History Month
Thursday, February 9
at 6:00
at the Langford-Nord House
100 McNulty Street. 

Leonard Pitts' novel, 
Grant Park,
can be checked out at the library. Join us for an interesting discussion, refreshments and a great crowd of community members.









Mark your calendar
for the next
Chamber of Commerce breakfast, 
where you can bring your spouse or date to hear
Bob Wood,
from the Blythewood Historical Society & Museum,
share stories of "Blythewood's Most Famous Love Stories".  


Tuesday, February 14th
(Valentine's Day)
at Doko Manor. Doors open at 7:00 am with breakfast
starting at 7:15.
 Please register in advance at blythewoodchamber.com.






The Blythewood Chamber of Commerce
is registering teams, individuals and sponsors for the
Par 3 Palooza Golf Match
at Cobblestone Park
March 29th 
Lunch, dinner, 18 holes of Par 3 golf and anyone can win!  Register now at blythewoodchamber.com





Gamecock Equestrian Meet
USC VS Auburn
Annual Equifest Kids Day
with activities beginning at 9:00 am

Saturday, February 25th
10 am at One Wood Farm
1201 Syrup Mill Road

For more information go to gamecocksonline.com






You are invited to see for yourself, the best kept secret in Blythewood.

  Doko Manor Open House
February 19
1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Join us for information and details to help you plan your business meetings, reunions, family celebrations, wedding or receptions. We have a beautiful venue and a great staff.


Call Town Hall
for details, pricing or a tour.
(803-754-0501)
or visit us at



Town of Blythewood
Meetings


Cancelled 
Board of Zoning Appeals
Monday, February 13
7:00 pm
Doko Manor


Board of Architectural Review
Tuesday, February 21
6:00 pm
Doko Manor


Town Council Meeting
Monday, February 27
7:00 pm
Doko Manor


Town of Blythewood Retreat
Saturday, March 4
9:00 am
Doko Manor




Mullis Road Truck Detour

Weight Restrictions on Mullis Road
due to structural deficiencies found during a recent inspection, SCDOT has implemented vehicle weight restrictions on the bridge that spans Twenty-Five Mile Creek on Mullis Road, near the intersections of Lawhorn and Claude Bundrick Roads. Vehicle weight on the bridge is limited to 5 tons per axle and 7 tons GVW. Vehicles exceeding these weight limits should follow the posted truck detour.


There is a legible map at Town Hall.











Camp Discovery Presents the Art of Sweetgrass Basketmaking

Registration is opens now for a sweetgrass basketmaking class with Jennifaye Singleton who learned the time-honored SC Lowcountry tradition from family 
members that passed it down from generation to generation.

Saturday, March 11
from 9:30 am to noon at
Camp Discovery
208 Claude Bundrick Road



Class is recommended for
ages 10 and older with a $20 fee. Space is limited to 15 participants. 
To register visit www.campdiscoverysc.org or call 803-754-2008.





Earth Keepers Summer Camp 
Registration opens February 1st.
 The complete schedule of offerings is available on the Camp Discovery website along with online registration.  
The camp program offers four week-long adventures for children
ages 6-12,
with each week featuring a different theme. Space is limited to 20 children per week.
 For more information go to www.campdiscoverysc.org.












Join us Saturday for a Community Celebration of our History's Heros.



                            



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