Calendar briefs

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Hospitality Seminars

Thurs., Dec. 5 • 9-11 a.m.; 1-2:30 p.m.

S.C. National Heritage Corridor is hosting two half-day Hospitality Seminars in the newly-renovated St. George Town Hall Civic Center. Attendees will get an exclusive preview of the marketing campaign as well as information on how their businesses can benefit from it. Stakeholders in the hospitality, tourism, and outdoor recreation sectors are welcome to participate. This includes owners, managers, and employees of local retailers, restaurants, hotels, campgrounds, boat rentals, parks, tour guides, etc.

Location: St. George Town Hall Civic Center.

American Legion Post 21 Meeting

Wed., Dec. 4 • 7:30 – 9 p.m.

The Summerville Post 21 of the American Legion meets the first Wednesday of the month. All Legionnaires and interested Veterans are welcome.

Contact Info: Bill Schmitz 843-377-5309; www.summervillepost21.org

Location: 105 Sumter Ave Summerville

Congestive Heart Failure Class

Thurs., Dec. 5 • 2-3:30 p.m.

Free class providing information on managing congestive heart failure. Diet, medication management, and healthy lifestyle recommendations are addressed in this class. Class is held in Cafe B. Call Consult-a-Nurse at 797-FIND (3463) to register. tridenthealthsystem.com

Contact Info:Kathy Odom 843-847-3461 margaret.odom@hcahealthcare.com

Location:843-797-FIND (3463) tridenthealthsystem.com

Summerville Artist Guild All Member Show

Thurs., Dec. 5 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Come and see all the beautiful artwork from our guild members at our All Member Show at the Dorchester Library, and donít miss Marty Biernbaumís Power Point presentation on mixed media www.summervilleartistguild.com

Contact Info:Julia 843-729-2103 juliakim9@hotmail.com

Location: 76 Old Trolley Rd. Summerville

Living Christmas Story

Thurs., Dec. 5-7 • 6:30-7:30 p.m.

The 19th annual Living Christmas Story at Bethany United Methodist Church is a drive thru pageant with 19 scenes depicting life in Bethlehem as it was over 2000 years ago the night Jesus Christ was born. www.livingchristmasstory.com

Contact Info:David Powell 843-870-9831 dp4teamh1@aol.com; 843-873-1230 www.bethany-umc.com

Location: 118 W. 3rd Street South Summerville

Teen Mystery Night

Fri., Dec. 6 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Join the TAG group at the library solve a mystery. It will be a night of mystery and adventure. You must register to participate. Find out more by call Youth Services at 871-5075. www.dcl.lib.sc.us/Press_Releases/Release-475.htm

Contact Info:Youth Services 871-5075

Location: 76 Old Trolley Road Summerville

Dawn Bird Walk - Francis Beidler Forest

Sat., Dec. 7 • 7-10 p.m.

Join an Audubon naturalist for an early-morning guided walk through the heart of Four Holes Swamp at Francis Beidler Forest! Advanced registration required. http://beidlerforest.audubon.org/saturday-morning-guided-bird-walks

Contact Info:Matt Johnson 843-462-2150 mgjohnson@audubon.org

Location: 336 Sanctuary Road

Country Christmas Craft Fair

Sat., Dec. 7 • 8-4 p.m.

Craft fair. Handmade and pre-made items, for the holiday season. https://www.facebook.com/SumNazCraftFair

Contact Info:Amanda 843-303-2426 sumnazcraftfair@gmail.com

Location: 10825 Hwy 78 Summerville Category:

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Miss Summerville Scholarship Pageant Interest Meeting

Sat., Dec. 7 • 2-4 p.m.

All potential Miss (ages 17-24 or graduating high school senior) or Teen (ages 13-17)contestants are invited to learn more about becoming Miss Summerville or Miss Summerville Teen 2014. Miss Summerville is a preliminary of the Miss South Carolina/Miss Ame www.missncharlestonsummervillepageant.org

Contact Info:Miss Summerville Committee (843) 729-0988 MissNChasSvilleOrg@gmail.com

Location: 208 W. Doty Street Summerville.

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