October will be a busy month for the downtown Hartsville Farmers Market as the schedule calls for the return of the popular Paper Shred and E-Waste Recycling Day, sponsored by SPC Credit Union, and will also feature Fierce Dance Academy’s Halloween Reveal
Officers of the Hartsville Police Department will sit down for community discussions and coffee with local residents in an informal, neutral space Monday, Oct. 19 from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at Shoney’s Restaurant, 905 S. Fifth St. in Hartsville.
DARLINGTON – New Providence Missionary Baptist Church has partnered with Danah Gresh and Cedarville University to bring to Darlington an event for teen girls, 12 and up, and their moms who want to grow closer to each other and closer to Christ.
FLORENCE – October 9 promises to be an evening to remember as mothers and sons come together over music, dancing, games, and fun at House of Hope of the Pee Dee’s 3rd Annual Mother & Son Dance Extravaganza.
Saturday night, in front of a crowd parents and friends and a field full of marching band members, the Byerly Foundation presented the Hartsville High Red Regime Marching Band a check for $10,000 to help defray the cost of new uniforms.
The Downtown Block Party series opened with its biggest crowd ever with its Sept. 10 performance from Outshyne, but the fall 2015 street festival still has plenty more to offer, beginning with renowned performer and songwriter Dylan Sneed returning to his
DARLINGTON – The Miss S.C. Sweet Potato Festival and Miss S.C. Sweet Potato Festival Teen scholarship pageants will be held on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 4 p.m. at St. John’s Elementary School Auditorium in Darlington.
Main Street Hartsville’s Downtown Block Party series of street concerts and vendors is opening up to a schedule of moving event venues this fall, with the first performance by renowned South Carolina country group Outshyne arriving on West Carolina Avenue