Here’s What’s Happening Around the Neighborhood this Month:
Friday 10/6 Adult Social at the Village Club 7pm
Adult Social is the first Friday of every month. Bring your favorite beverage, a small snack to share, and mingle with your neighbors!
Sunday 10/8 Ultimate Frisbee at the Newport Hill Lane Field 2pm
Come on out and play Ultimate Frisbee with your neighbors Sunday Oct 8th 2pm at the Newport Hill Lane field. Everyone is welcome to play including newbies and adolescents. RSVP email@example.com join our Facebook Group.
Thursday 10/12 Ladies Meet and Greet at the Village Club 7pm
Ladies Meet and Greet is the second Thursday of every month. Bring your favorite beverage, a small snack to share, and mingle with your neighbors!
Tuesday 10/17 Ladies Bunco at the Village Club 7pm
Come for a night of fun with the ladies of SRC who get together on the 3rd Tuesday of every month to play bunco. We start arriving @ 7pm and play till 8:30. Bring $5 for the winners pot……never played, don’t worry, there are a few veterans to teach the rules and get the games started. For information you can contact Pat Cronin @ 803-521-9138 or Jean Dyson @ 803-429-2349.
Wednesday 10/18 Ladies Bible Study at the Village Club
Please join us for our Fall Bible Study at the Village Club on Wednesday nights beginning on October 18th. We will be using Beth Moore’s study of the Book of Daniel. If you are new to the neighborhood we would LOVE for you to join us! It’s a great way to get to know your neighbors and learn more about the Bible as well. Please reach out and invite your neighbors and friends too. The more the merrier! We look forward to seeing everyone on October 18th! Click here to order your books.
Thursday 10/19 Men’s Night POKER GAME at the Village Club 7pm
POKER GAME!!! Lose a few old presidents & win some new friends. Low stakes, High fun. No experience preferred. Men’s Night is the Third Thursday of every month. Bring your favorite beverage and a snack.
Friday 10/20 Boomers and Beyond at the Village Club 5:30pm
Boomers (both singles and couples over 50) meet at the Village Clubhouse the third Friday of each month at 5:30pm. Bring an appetizer to share and the beverage of your choice. If you would like to play left, right, center, bring three one dollar bills per person.
Fall Yard Sale 10/21 at the Village Green 7-11am
Get rid of some things you don’t need anymore and make a little cash! We’ll place an ad in The State Newspaper, post the event on Facebook, and place a sign out at the front of the community. Bring your tables to the Village Green lawn. Or, if you live on River Club Drive from the main entrance to the Village Green, you can set out your things for sale along the street.
Saturday 10/21 Block Party & Chili Cook-Off in the Woodlands District 5pm
Whip up your favorite chili in a crockpot and join your neighbors for a Block Party & Chili Cook-Off in the Woodlands District from 5- 8pm. We’ll be awarding prizes at 6pm for Best Chili and Unique Chili.
Tuesday 10/24 Book Club at the Village Club 7:30pm
The book club will be reading, “Salvage The Bones”‘ by Jesmyn Ward. IMPORTANT DATE REMINDER: meeting date for October is the 24th which is the fourth Tuesday not the last Tuesday of the month because of Halloween. Book club discussions are held at the Village Club at 7:30 on the last Tuesday of the month. Come share your thoughts on the latest book and give ideas on any future reads. If you have any questions you can contact Pat Cronin at 803-521-9138 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday 10/31 Pizza Party at the Chickawa Outdoor Center from 5-6:30pm
Decorate your Golf Cart, put on your Halloween Costume, and join us for a Pizza Party at the Chickawa Outdoor Center before Trick-or-Treating! RSVP to email@example.com.
Coming in November:
Sunday 11/19 SRC Holiday Market at the Chickawa Outdoor Center 1-5pm
Any questions regarding applications for booth space can be sent to SRCholidaymarket@gmail.com. Space is limited. Neighbors, attendees and vendors can follow the progress of the event and gather resources on the Facebook page, Saluda River Club Holiday Market.
Thursday 11/23 Touch Football at the Newport Hill Lane Field 9am
Come on out and play some football with you neighbors at the annual SRC Turkey Football. Dust off your cleats and meet us at the Newport Hill Lane field, Thursday Nov 23rd 9am for some pre-meal touch football! Everyone is welcome to play including newbies and adolescents. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org join our Facebook Group.
View the calendar at www.saludariverclub.com to see all of the neighborhood’s activities.
Wellness Programs at Saluda River Club
Tuesdays at 6pm. Yoga classes are complimentary.
For more information contact email@example.com.
Cardio Jam Classes
Mondays at 6:30-7:30pm at the Fitness Center. Cardio Jam classes are complimentary. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6pm at the Village Pool. Aqua dumbells, aqua gloves, a pool noodle and water sneakers are recommended. Please contact Jen Dempsey at 800-9189 with any questions.
Here’s What’s Happening in the area this Month:
Art Along the Trail – Saturday, October 7
Experience art and the beautiful natural resources at Riverfront Park at the 2nd Annual Art Along the Trail showcase on Saturday, October 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Columbia Art Center and park rangers with the City of Columbia Parks & Recreation Department have partnered to offer an interactive visual and performing arts experience.
The free event will feature artists who will be staged along the Columbia Canal and the park’s trail to provide interactive experiences for guests in a variety of mediums. Both children and adults will be able to create their own art using elements of nature.
The showcase will begin at the north end of Riverfront Park, 4122 River Dr. In the event of rain, the event will be rescheduled for Saturday, October 28.
For more information, contact Brenda Oliver at 803-545-3093 or email@example.com
Fallen Firemen 5k Run & Walk – Saturday, Oct. 7
The Jeffrey Vaden Chavis house is named in memory of Jeff Chavis who began his firefighting career as an 18-year old volunteer for Lexington County Fire Service in Lexington, SC. On July 12, 2001 at the age of 22, Jeff lost his life as a result of burns he suffered in the line of duty while fighting a residential fire. After his lost, the Chavis family along with Lexington County Fire Service wanted to do something in honor of Jeff that could help families be part of the care and recovery of their loved ones. Over the last decade as a community effort we have raised money to sponsor the Chavis House that is a home-away-from home that’s within walking distance of the Burn Center which sleeps forty-five guests, and serves approximately 1,000 guests a year. There, family members can be near their loved ones as they fight for survival and endure the long process of healing and rehabilitation as they recuperate from their burn injuries.