Friday, April 5, 12, 19, & 26 — Family Storytime at 10:30 a.m. For all ages: Share stories, songs, and more while building early literacy skills! It’s fun for the whole family!
Saturday, April 6 — Blythewood TAB: Teen Advisory Board at 9:30 a.m. Ages 13-18. Earn volunteer hours by meeting once a month to plan programs, participate in service projects, and have fun!
Saturday, April 6 — Teen Anime Club at 10:30 a.m. Ages 13-18. Come for a viewing of an episode or two, discuss your favorite shows and manga, and eat some delicious snacks!
Saturday, April 13 — Blythewood Bookworms at 3 p.m. Ages 9-12. Come laugh, create, and play!
Thursday, April 25 — Blythewood Reads at 6 p.m. Adults. Special topic! Books that have been made into movies.
Saturday, April 27 — Second Annual Plant Swap at 9:30 a.m. Ages 9 and Up. Calling all gardeners! Chat about gardening; share tips and tricks; and swap plants with your neighbors.
Richland Library Blythewood
218 McNulty Street
Mon-Thus: 9 a.m. -- 8 p.m.
Fri-Sat: 9 a.m. -- 6 p.m.
Hey y’all its Rodeo Time again! This years’ 8th Annual Blythewood Rodeo comes to town June 1st & 2nd, gates open at 5:30 rodeo at 7:30 each night. Save the dates and come out and JOIN the ACTION!! More information and tickets are available at www.blythewoodrodeo.com!
Invite your friends and neighbors to come join us for food, fun, and fellowship. We will have Road Runner Cafe, That’s Boloney, and Señor Resources (taco truck) and The Chillin Cow (owned by our very own Mike and Monica Glowinski). Proceeds will go to Friends of Epworth Children’s Home.
Meet the Mayor with your Walking Shoes On!
Mayor Mike Ross will restart his “Walk & Talk” sessions. The hour long “Walk & Talk” will be on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Monday, March 12, 2018, at 6:00 pm. The walk will begin at Doko Meadows Park Trail behind Town Hall.
Mayor Mike Ross has fought over his weight for many years and had stated that he would lose weight while in office (to no avail so far). He has 1 ½ years left in office, so let us help him meet his goal while chatting with him about the issues that concern you.
Come with your questions and comments, bring your dogs, your pals, come alone, but let us get out into the great outdoors! Hope to see everyone out and about beginning March 12th at Doko Meadows Park Trail.
Doko Manor and Doko Meadows (The Park)
The vision of a family centric park like you’d expect in a much larger city is becoming realty as we continue the town’s ongoing project, Doko Meadows serves as the social center for recreation, music and arts, celebration events, and competitions.
An open air market will showcase local events like the weekly Farmer’s Market. Six miles of walking trails will wind in and out of wooded areas connecting schools and neighborhoods while passing through sculpture gardens, and large open fields. A 2,500 seat amphitheater set on a beautiful lake will showcase regional artists and events providing a magnificent cultural venue.
Playgrounds, skating facility, soccer fields, ropes courses and exciting new challenges will be a high priority for children of all ages.