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Promtime: A formal affair!
“And as long as I got my suit and tie,” sing it, JT. Did you know you can rent a tux right in our downtown? Prom season is here:
- April 11th: Darlington High School
- April 18th: The S.C. Governor’s School’s and Mayo High School
- April 25th: Hartsville High School and Trinity-Byrnes
Alexander’s is offering this promotion to all students! Want to be part of a Main Street Downtown Prom Promotion? Email us today!
Check out Bizzy Night Ready Meals from Bizzell’s!
Delicious, downhome take-out you can pick up at the drive-thru! Your 4-course meal is only $50! Also a great gift idea for families with new babies, or as a get well soon or a thoughtful bereavement gift. You can call ahead 843-857-9080 and pick up your dinner, or simply buy a Bizzy Night Certificate as your gift and let the recipient choose their meal and date. Don’t forget, Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 10th!
March 27 – 29 – Downtown Hartsville
Led by Ronnie Reno and the Reno Express, RenoFest in downtown Hartsville is a three-day bluegrass music festival that serves up small-town style with lots of southern hospitality and outstanding down-home cooking which is a perfect fit for that great American musical genre – bluegrass music. The festival is home of the SC Championship Bluegrass Band Guitar and Banjo Contests which attract Americas most outstanding bluegrass musicians each year. RenoFest also features outstanding concerts by Americas most outstanding professional bluegrass entertainers.
For festival event schedules, including the Friday night Hoedown, advance tickets, contest rules and applications and other festival information visit www.renofest.com.
April 11, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. – East Carolina Avenue
The Market is moving to East Carolina Avenue this Spring! We are reworking our 2nd Saturday Market to be a juried show, and have locally sourced produce as well as unique, handmade and homemade quality products, made by local artists, chefs and farmers.
Also, booth space is always free for Main Street Partners, so just let us know if we need to reserve you a space! We would like to encourage everyone to have a sidewalk presence that day, as it will make the Farmers Market feel like a bigger event! Our barricade with street closure is only from City Hall down to the last pillar of the YMCA building, leaving the side parking lot at the Y open for guests, and leaving more parking available further down the street. Think how you would like to be a part of the excitement!
April 23, 6 – 9 p.m. – East Carolina Avenue
Want your business on the Block Party poster? We are still looking for Sponsors for our Downtown Block Party! We already have 5 locked in, making it affordable for all! Call 843-383-3015.
Want your business promoted in this Newsletter? We are always happy to help! Let us know how!
Downtownly yours, Main Street Hartsville