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Hayrides, docents in period dress, uniformed 18th century militiamen, hot chocolate, artists, period Christmas decorations and the opportunity to tour one of Stateburg's oldest, historic homes will highlight Saturday's fourth seasonal observance at … more
The Sumter County Gallery of Art will present Deane Ackerman: Radiant Expressions and Terrell Clark: EYES of Havana from Thursday through Jan. 12, 2018, at the gallery, 200 Hasell St. (adjacent to Patriot Hall).The opening reception will be held at … more
She was a small woman, barely over 5 feet tall, but friends and family remember longtime Sumter Little Theatre director Katie Damron as having lived a giant life. She died on Wednesday, just four days before her 89th birthday - today. A native of … more
It took more than two centuries for the Sumter Tribe of Cheraw Indians to receive official status as a Native American tribe, and on Saturday, the tribal council and members will share their heritage with the community. The 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sumter … more
When I was a kid I was very interested in dinosaurs. I had plenty of plastic dinosaur toys, too, but this was way back before "accurate" versions of dinosaurs, whether on screen or in toy form. One of my creatures was the "ankylosaurus," modeled … more
The Sumter County Gallery of Art will present a gala cocktail party celebrating the art of renowned South Carolina and international artist Philip Mullen. "A Winter Garden Party, Exhibition and Fine Art Raffle," while centered on Mullen's donation … more
Sumter's readers are no doubt counting the hours until the annual Friends of the Sumter County Library Book Sale, which begins with Thursday's members-only preview and sale. The sale will continue Friday through Saturday and again Nov. 9 through 12, … more
The label "homegrown" is a sign of quality and pride for many products. Kipper Ackerman, harpist and vocalist who founded the music ministry Sounds of Grace, thinks the same is true of music - at least in the Sumter community. So the Nov. 2 concert … more
It's been 28 years since the passing of Kathryn Sermak's former boss, Bette Davis, in October, 1989. Sermak recently published her long-awaited manuscript recounting the years she worked as Davis's personal assistant in the final years of her … more
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