Things To Do Dec 13-15 | Arts & Culture
December 13 – Chamber Christmas Drop In Sponsored by TruVista Communications. Annual business after hours for Chamber members and guests. 5:30 – 7 PM at Songbird Manor 116 N Zion St. Refreshments. RSVP to Chamber office 803 635-4242.
December 14 - Drawing for Week 3 winner of Shop Fairfield First promotion. Drawings will be on Friday at 3 PM at the Chamber office. Winners will be notified by phone. Pictures of winner and the store merchant will be taken for publication in local newspapers. The winner of the first week’s drawing was Maudie Douglas who shopped at Yellow Daisy. The second week’s winner was Debra Merchant who shopped at Cato’s
December 14, 15 & 16. “Another Pine Tree Christmas”. Special Christmas program presented by Pine Tree Playhouse. Friday & Saturday at 8 PM, Sunday at 3 PM. $5 per person. Call 803 635-6847 for reservations
December 15 - Santa Saturday 10 AM - 12 PM. Visit with Santa, activities , gift bags, refreshments. Sponsored by the VFW Ladies Auxiliary. VFW Post 8346 74 Veterans Drive, Ridgeway (quarter mile west of Windmill Restaurant)
December 15. Santa North Pole Express. Annual rides with Santa. Rides at 9:30, 11:30 AM; 1:30 & 3:30 PM. For prices, times and to order tickets call 803 712-4135. The museum is located at 110 Industrial Park Rd Winnsboro. For more information contact the Chamber of Commerce at 803 635-4242
December 15 - The Runawayjug Band appears at 145 Club. 8 PM. Doors open at 7 PM. $5 artist cover. 145 S Congress St 803 210-5809 or 803 402-5809
November 23 – December 24 - – Annual Shop Fairfield First promotion. Annual promotion by local merchants to shop in Fairfield County stores first, before going outside the county. For each sale of $25 at a participating merchant, the customer will receive a bright pink ticket. Enter in the weekly drawing of $50 cash by filling in your name and number of the ticket and put it in the basket. Drawings will be on Fridays at 3 PM at the Chamber office. Winners will be notified by phone. Pictures of winner and the store merchant will be taken for publication in local newspapers. Participating merchants
- Abba’s Sweet Treats & Gift Boutique – 159 S Congress St – Candy, gifts
- Barn Express Cafeteria – 215 N Congress St –good for gift certificates, catering. Does not apply to regular food purchases.
- Carolina Cleaners – 223 S Congress St - dry cleaners & laundry
- Cato’s Women’s Clothing – Midway Plaza – 721 U S Hwy 321 Bypass S – Miss, Junior and Plus size woman’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, hats
- Cornwallis House Tea Company – 141 S Congress St – Teas, tea pots & accessories. Does not apply to regular food purchases
- Farmer’s Furniture – 457 U S Hwy 321 Bypass S - furniture, appliances
- Goody’s Department Store –Fairfield Square, - 85 U S Hwy 321 Bypass S. Men, Women, Children’s clothing, shoes, gifts.
- Italian Gardens Restaurant – 56 US Hwy 321 Bypass N – Italian restaurant – good for gift certificates. Does not apply to regular food purchases.
- Melting Moments – 223 ½ S Congress St. - Men & women’s accessories, jewelry, lingerie, candles
- Summer Day Designs –143 S Congress St - monogramming for yellow daisy
- Yellow Daisy – 143 S Congress St - women & men’s accessories, jewelry, decorative items, Clemson, USC & State of SC items. Open Mondays until Christmas.
- Cotton Yard Market – 110 S. Palmer St – consignment shop with vendors selling antiques, collectibles, jewelry, purses, furniture, decorations and much more. Open Sundays until Christmas.
- Deanne’s Creations 115B S Palmer St– crochets gift items, decorative items, Avon
- Over The Top – 115A S Palmer St – women’s accessories, purses, hats, jewelry
- Ridgeway Florist – 150 Dogwood Av – floral arrangements, Christmas decorations, fresh cut wreaths & trees, gifts
- Thomas Store 105 S Palmer St.- tea accessories, books, teas, seasonal items and gifts
Looking for a unique Christmas present ? Purchase an engraved brick in honor or memory of someone special and support FMH Foundation. Engraved bricks, which line the sidewalk in the Garden of Remembering, are available with a $50 donation to the FMH Foundation. They make special gifts to honor or remember loved ones or friends, your church, yourself or a business. Acknowledgments are sent as requested. Occasions such as Christmas, birthdays, birth of a grandchild, retirement, or a memorial to honor someone make lasting gifts. Donations will increase to $60 per brick Jan. 1.
St. John's Green Team has “adopted” a section of the garden and invites other groups or individuals to “adopt' a small section of the garden to provide on-going tender care. If interested contact: Brenda Miller at 803.815.4422 or Katherine Doty at 803.815.0563. Virginia Lacy, vice president of the FMH Foundation and project chair for engraved bricks, can be contacted at contacted 803. 360-0893.
Donor cards to purchase engraved bricks are available in the lobby of the hospital, Cornwallis Tea Shop, 141 S Congress St., Insurance of Fairfield, 120 S Congress St., First Citizens Banks in Winnsboro and Ridgeway and local merchants in Ridgeway. Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 established to support the hospital to purchase needed equipment and technology.