New York Times best-selling author Andra Watkins will speak to the Sidney Lanier Literary Club on Jan. 20 at 6:30 p.m. Central United Methodist Church hosts this monthly event. The public is invited. Andra is a Florence native and author of “Not Without
The Florence Little Theatre begins another fun-filled, education-centered semester this week for Children’s Workshop and Rising Stars’ Workshop. The Children’s Workshop is designed for youth grades 2-6 and provides a hands-on experience in all aspects of
The Darlington Area Recreation Department is offering a variety of trips. You must register for trips at least two days prior to trip dates. Lunch is on your own for all trips. For questions or to register, call Programs Director Crystal Gibson at 843-398
Tickets for the Florence Regional Arts Alliance fundraising murder mystery dinner are now on sale. “A Valentine’s to Die For 2016,” will take place Friday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Waters Building in downtown Florence. This year’s murder mystery will
The City of Florence Recreation Department has created a new program, Museum Muses, to invite individuals and friends in a small group to visit museums, art galleries and sites to explore, discuss and learn.
The Florence Little Theatre will present the hilarious comedy, “Leading Ladies,” Jan. 15-23. The theatre is located at 417 S. Dargan Street. Written by Ken Ludwig, the play focuses on two English Shakespearean actors who find themselves so down on their
FLORENCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE – This early 1900s postcard shows the first permanent courthouse for Florence County. It was located on N. Irby Street on property which is now a parking lot beside the Florence County Complex. The cornerstone for the
The 2016 SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo will be held at the Florence Civic Center Jan. 13-14. The expo serves as an umbrella event for all aspects of agriculture and agribusiness. The event is designed to incorporate the industry’s deep traditional roots along
Calling all indie authors, aspiring writers, and readers in Darlington County! In the coming year, the Darlington County Library System will offer five writing workshops, access to SELF-e (a free electronic self-publishing system).