Here’s What’s Happening Around the Neighborhood this Month:

April Activities:

Wednesday 4/25 Ladies Bible Study at the Village Club 7pm
We will be starting our new Beth Moore study, The Quest, on Wednesday, April 11th from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Village Club at Saluda River Club.

Tuesday 4/24 Book Club at the Village Club 7:30pm
The book club will be reading, “A Gentleman in Moscow”, by Amor Towles.   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 share ideas on any future reads.  If you have any questions you can contact Pat Cronin at 803-521-9138 or email at

View the full calendar at to see all the activities.

Kid Fit Summer Camps at Saluda River Club:
June 18-21 Sports Galore camp for ages 5-12
July 9-12 Sports Galore camp for ages 2-6
Activities include volleyball with beach balls, balloon tennis, noodle hockey, bowling, soccer, basketball, and much more.

July 16-19 Gymnastics camp for ages 2-6
Activities include mats, balance beams, trampolines, bars, rings, tumbling aids, and much more.

July 23-26 Circus camp for ages 2-6
Activities include tight wires, stilts, juggling, face painting, and much more.

July 30-Aug 2 Beach camp for ages 5-12
Activities include bocce ball, corn toss, frisbee, beach tennis, flip cup, ladder golf, washer boards, beach ball volleyball, and pool games.

Each camp will meet both on the Riverfront and inside the Chickawa Outdoor Center.  The cost for each camp is $60/child/week.  All campers must be potty trained.  Each camp is Monday-Thursday.  Kids are to bring a snack and a water bottle every day.  Please email to reserve a space for your child.

Swimming Lessons at SRC
Summer beginner and advanced beginner swimming lessons will be offered starting Monday, June 4 and run on a weekly basis, Monday through Thursday, at 9:30 and 10 AM through the end of August. Parents can sign their swimmers up for one week or multiple weeks. The cost for each week is $100 per child.

Parent/tot classes will meet on Thursdays at 10:30 AM starting June 7-which is the same schedule that they were offered in May, one day/week for four weeks at the cost of $100 for four lessons.

All lessons are 30 minutes and have no more than four swimmers per class, except the parent/tot classes, which can accommodate up to eight swimmers.

Private lessons are available on request at a different cost.

Payment for all classes will be made by check or cash on the first day of class.

Registration for these classes is now open. To register, contact Kitty Konkle at Kitty or 803-348-3652.

Kitty has been the swim school manager for Carolina Aquatics for seven years. She has taught private and semi- private swimming lessons for 25 years in the Columbia area. She is the owner of a new swim school, Sharks&Minnows Swim School LLC, whose mission is to teach children how to swim and be safe in the water.

Dog Sitting
This is a reminder about dog sitting, since summer is getting close. My name is Brice Gordon, and I am 15 years old. I would like to dog sit for you. I love dogs and I especially love spending time with them. I have a dog of my own, and she is amazing. You probably love your dog, and if someone were to watch your dog you would want them to take good care of your dog. I can ensure you that I will take amazing care of your dog and treat them as my own. I have experience babysitting and dog sitting. Suppose you are on a trip or you will be home late. Well, I can come 1, 2, or 3 times a day to feed, walk, play with, and spend time with your dog. I charge $5 per visit (not per day). For an additional dog it will cost an additional dollar each visit. I can ensure your dog will be happy, healthy, and in good shape when you return. You can contact me via email: Or text: (803)-606-1517.

Here’s What’s Happening Around the Area this Month:

Kid’s Day of Lexington, Saturday, April 28th
10am-2pm, Virginia Hylton Park 
Kid’s Day of Lexington is solely intended for the education of families on issues of health, safety and environmental awareness. The beneficiaries of this event are the Nancy K. Perry Children’s Shelter and the Dickerson Center for Children.

The mission of Kid’s Day of Lexington is to “create a better community by educating and caring for families with love, honesty and laughter”.

April 28th, 2018 will mark the 18th anniversary of Kid’s Day! Come join us (and thousands more) for more learning, laughing, eating, entertainment, togetherness and a whole bunch of FUN!!!

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