The KFA Hartsville Dance Company returns home after completing a very successful competition season, competing at regional competitions in South Carolina “Applause and Fusion”, North Carolina “Beyond The Stars”, Georgia “Dance Troupe Inc.” At these comp
“Finding Dory” is a Pixar Animated comedy that follows a forgetful fish named Dory as she searches the ocean for her long-lost parents. With her companions Nemo and Marlin by her side, Dory sets out on an epic adventure to find her family.
Screen on the Green, the City of Hartsville’s free series of summertime movies, will launch Saturday, May 27 with a showing of “National Treasure,” sponsored by Allstate Insurance – Robinette Insurance Agency, Inc., in Burry Park, 131 Cargill Way.
Keep Darlington County Beautiful announced recently the two winners of its annual art contest. Chloe Moore of Hartsville Middle School earned first place, and Divya Patel of Hartsville High School took home second.
On Sunday, May 7 beginning at 3 p.m., Hartsville families can experience the oversized musical, “James and the Giant Peach”, performed by the Columbia Children’s Theatre at the Center Theater located at 212 N. Fifth St.
Twenty-two outstanding student-artists from the Darlington County School District earned recognition Saturday afternoon during the 2017 Art in Business ceremony and gallery at Hartsville Middle School.