Featured Events

Growing Seasons: Fall

Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Come and learn about your garden and how to treat it right with the Kershaw County Master Gardeners! We’ll have Master Gardener Coordinator Jackie Jordan on board, helping us learn and be the best green thumb we can be. This season’s subjects are:

September: Orchids (Learn about these beautiful flowers, having them in your garden, and what to do to care for them)
October: Scent in the Garden (Learn about the best flowers to plant to emit the best scents for your garden)
November: Spring Bulbs (Learn about when to plant, where to plant, and what are the best bulbs to plant for the Spring season)

These gardening sessions are free and open to the public.

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Celebrating Families

Saturday, September 14, 2019, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

We love our library families! Whether it be the family you were born into or the family you make, all families are special. We’ll be celebrating all different families at our new program, Celebrating Families!

Our programs are going to celebrate by having families work together and create together.

In September, we’re going to create applesauce together! We’ll go through all of the steps: peeling, chopping, boiling, and mashing the apples. Then you can take some home with you!

In October, we’re going to create Origami! The Japanese art of Origami is inexpensive and fun. All you need is a piece of paper and a flat, hard surface. Feel free to create your own pieces or look to an instructor for assistance.

We hope you enjoy our new series of programs, created for families just like yours.

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