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"South Carolina Watermedia Society Traveling Exhibition” and the “Sumter Artists’ Guild Winners Show"

Jan
16
2014

Highlights: The Sumter County Gallery of Art opens the New Year with two special exhibitions: The 36th annual “South Carolina Watermedia Society Traveling Exhibition” and the “Sumter Artists’ Guild Winners Show”. The South Carolina Watermedia Society (SCWS) is the largest statewide visual arts guild with a mission to promote South Carolina artists by providing exhibition opportunities and educational programs. The 2013 SCWS show is an especially vibrant one.

Sumter Little Theatre Presents: The Old Settler

Jan
07
2014

Sumter Little Theatre Presents: The Old Settler

February 6-9 & 13-16, 2014

Written by John Henry Redwood

Directed by Eric Bultman

Tis The Season.....To Recycle

Dec
10
2013

The holiday season has arrived and so has the abundance of trash that will be generated.  Did you know that Americans throw away more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s than any other time of the year?  Small changes in the way we generate our holiday trash can have a big impact on the environment.  Here are some suggestions for the holidays:

            Christmas Cards:

Performing Arts for the Holidays

Dec
05
2013

Performing Arts for the Holidays!
Monday, December 16, 2013: 7:00pm at Patriot Hall
135 Haynesworth Street, Sumter SC

For more information please contact South Sumter Resource Center
803 436 2276

Sumter County Gallery of Art Presents...

Nov
22
2013

The Sumter County Gallery of Art presents

Christopher Sims: Dress Rehearsal - & - Lori Larusso: Homefront...

When: Thursday, November 21st (opening reception 5:30-7:30 pm) through January 3rd, 2014

Where: Sumter County Gallery of Art, 200 Hasel St., Sumter, SC 29150 (adjacent to Patriot Hall on Haynsworth St.)

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Spoke too soon...

Mar
16
2017

Spoke too soon...


Well I did it again, I talked about the nice weather with 800 temperatures in February and now it is mid- March with 400 and 500 temperatures.  The Azalea blooms may not survive the next few weeks.  We even had ‘snow’ one morning!  We did not receive much accumulation but it sure was nice to see the big flakes falling. 

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