HFM 2017 Chili Cook Off: Does your chili have what it takes to win?

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The Hartsville Farmers Market Cook-Off is an event sponsored by Main Street Hartsville.  The Hartsville Farmers Market Cook-Off features local restaurant and amateur chefs showcasing their culinary talents and competing against each other for the title of “Best Chili”. All proceeds are used to produce and promote the Cook-Off.

To participate, a completed application and paid $25 entrance fee are due by Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 5:00 P.M.

Details about the event, rules, regulations, and an application are available here.

Sign me up!

Sign up for the Treats on the Streets Scarecrow Contest

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Main Street Hartsville is hosting a Downtown Scarecrow Contest to go along with this year’s Treats on the Streets. Participation is free, but we are also offering wooden scarecrow frames for $20 to help get you going. Materials to help dress your scarecrow will be available from Habitat for Humanity.

The scarecrows will be judged and prizes awarded during Treats on the Streets on the evening on October 26.

Register to participate online at this page. If you’d like to purchase a frame, you can do so while you register and pay online all at the same time!

I want to register!

Scary! The 2017 Fall Window Display Contest Is Here!

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Pull out the pumpkins and grab a ghost, the 2017 Fall Window Display Contest is coming to Downtown Hartsville! The business with the best fall display will be awarded candy to give away during Treats on the Streets.

The contest runs from October 2 – 25 and judging will take place on October 25th. A winner will be announced that same day!

For more information contact Main Street Hartsville at info@mainstreethartsville.org or 843-383-3015.

Trick or Treat Yo’ Self to a $25 gift certificate for only $20

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We know you love shopping in Downtown Hartsville, and we want to make it even better. For a limited time, you can #TreatYoSelf to a discounted Main Street Hartsville Gift Certificate—get a $25 value certificate for only $20! Order and pay online; it’s that simple and you deserve it!

Trick or Treat Yo’ Self to a discounted Main Street Hartsville gift certificate!

The promotion is available Sep 18th – Oct 18th. Limit 10 per person. Gift certificates are valid for a year from the date of purchase.

I want to treat myself!

Fall for Hartsville 2017 poster

Fall For Hartsville at the Hartsville Farmers Market

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Come see why we are the small city with the big, healthy heart! Yoga demonstrations from Our Sacred Space Yoga, a Fitness Expo with Hartsville Parks & Rec, Free Blood Pressure Screenings from Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center, Black Creek Arts doing kids’ crafts, Loop Da Ville at the YMCA, Hartsville Kiwanis offering Bike Safety & Helmet Info and Live Music! Click the event below for more information.

 

Fall for Hartsville

Support Treats on the Streets and Help Fund the Fun!

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Giving away candy costs merchants
more money every year.

Treats On The Streets has become a Hartsville tradition. Every year, more children and more families enjoy this free, safe, downtown event. Last year we had several thousand people enjoying the trick-or-treating at stores and businesses along East & West Carolina Avenue, 5th Street and East College Avenue. This year, we are trying to soften the expense to merchants by ordering candy in advance and in bulk. We are trying to raise $500.

Would you be willing to contribute $25 to help us reach our goal?

Or donate any amount you choose:

We still appreciate checks, too!

If you’d like, make checks payable to:

Hartsville Community Development Foundation / Main Street Hartsville
PO Drawer 2497
Hartsville SC 29551

Hartsville Celebrates Birthday of New GSSM Student

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There’s always a party in your Downtown!

Surprise! Hartsville’s Mayor, Mel Pennington, stopped by the Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics this week to celebrate the 16th birthday of one of Hartsville’s newest residents with balloons and cupcakes!

GSSM has long been an integral part of the Downtown Hartsville community. We alway look forward to the return of Governor’s School students to our downtown, where they bring so much vibrancy to the fun atmosphere we share.

#experiencehartsville

I am the mom of the girl that was on the receiving end of this. I am amazed that the Mayor’s office was so willing to help with my request to help make my daughter’s first birthday so far away from home a happy one. Bless you for your kindness! [Facebook] Tami Charlton Van Vleet

Coker Commissioners Paint the Town to Welcome Back Students

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Coker Commissioners painted the town blue & gold to welcome the Cobra class of 2021 to Hartsville!

 

 

Welcoming new students to downtown Hartsville? Game on! #Coker2021 #CokerPride

Miss Hartsville Visits the Hartsville Farmers Market

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The Miss America Organization is the nation’s leading advocate for women’s education and the largest provider of scholarship assistance to young women in the country, awarding millions of dollars each year. This past February, Catherine Wong was crowned Miss Hartsville 2017 where she was given a $500 academic scholarship and the opportunity to represent Hartsville at the 81st Annual Miss South Carolina Pageant. Miss America contestants contribute thousands of hours of community service annually and have raised over $15 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 2007. CMN Hospitals are the official philanthropy of the Miss America Organization and contestants spend countless hours during their reign volunteering and raising money for this charity. So far this year, Catherine has raised $262.00 and is ambitious to raise even more!

The greatest part of being Miss Hartsville is spending time with the Hartsville community and raising awareness about her Miss America Platform: Bridging the Education Gap Within SC Public Schools. Catherine believes being Miss Hartsville, Miss South Carolina, or Miss America are more than just a title. This organization is a movement of empowering young women all over the state and country to achieve their dreams, make the world a better place, and do good by providing quality scholarship assistance and honoring their commitment to helping others.

Please join Miss Hartsville 2017 one last time before she leaves for the Miss South Carolina Competition, at the Hartsville Famers Market this Saturday from 9AM to 1PM as she raises money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals! She will be signing autographs, taking pictures, and collecting donations all day. Can’t come but still want to donate? Here’s your solution! Visit the link right here: Missamericaforkids.org/Donate/CatWong.

Come on by this Saturday and help make some miracles happen!