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    14 March 2013     

    Registration is now open for the Southeast Homeschool Convention in Greenville, South Carolina. This convention features a large curriculum exhibit hall and featured speakers, including Gianna Jessen, Dr. Larry Schweikart, Pastor Tedd Tripp, John Rosemond, Kirk and Casey Martin, Andrew Pudewa, Dr. Michael Platt, and dozens more! Workshops include Christian worldview, creation apologetics, and parenting topics. An optional children’s conference will be available for children ages 5–12. The 2013 comedy festivities will be led by Tim Hawkins. For more information, visit http://www.southeasthomeschoolconvention.com/.

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    16 March 2013 04:00 PM

    The women of the Carolina Ladies Aid Society (CLAS) lead this fascinating journey, told through women’s clothing. Learn how fashion reflected vast societal change from the Civil War years of 1860 to 1865, through a presentation accompanied by live models in a variety of ensembles, from work dresses to mourning clothes.
    Free, no registration required.
    Open to elementary school students & older
    Fort Mill Public Library, 1818 2nd Baxter Crossing, Fort Mill, SC.
    Call 803-981-5844 or donna.andrews@yclibrary.net for more information

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    16 March 2013 07:00 PM

    Sally Adams and Anita Lehew, the “Bee Ladies” from MamaBeehive Honey Farm, will present an interactive, educational program about honeybee culture. The programs will cover everything from the jobs of the worker bees to early lessons in beekeeping. Each participant will receive a honey straw and a 100% beeswax tea light.
    Free, open to all ages
    York Public Library, 21 E. Liberty St., York, SC
    Call 803-684-3751 to register

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    15 March 2013 11:30 PM     02:00 PM

    Join Carolina Homeschooler at the SC State Museum in Columbia on March 15-16 for our overnight Maya Camp! We'll unearth artifacts during an archeological dig, make spirit masks representing the ancient deities of Maya culture, use Mayan hieroglyphs to make unique clay and bead amulets, and visit their upcoming Secrets of the Maya exhibit. Registration is required. Visit http://www.carolinahomeschooler.com/atravelmaya.html for more information.

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