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  2. Christmas!

    Sounds fun! I'll have to make note and try to see some of the movies
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  4. Christmas!

    I also want to watch the new Hallmark Hall of Fame movie 'The Christmas Train' soon.
  5. Christmas!

    The Christmas Card, A Nutcracker Christmas, ( I love the mystery movies and this is one of them but Christmas themed ) and Murder, She Baked 'A Plum Pudding Mystery', are all good ones.
  6. Frosty

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    A delightful and heartwarming musical about an oprhan boy named Billy who finds an old hat and puts it on a snowman's head, bringing him to life! Join Billy and Frosty as they embark on a New York City adventure filled with thrills, chills, and the discovery that the real magic of Christmas is love. Call 864-233-6238 for tickets.
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  8. Christmas!

    Ooh! My mom and I have watched a few of those this year. Do you have some recommendations or favorites? We might've seen some you've also seen.
  9. Minecraft Forum

    LOOKKK HOW BIGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG I LATER REACHED 610K!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  10. Christmas!

    The Muppet Christmas Carol is awesome!!! I also enjoy watching Hallmark Christmas movies.
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  12. Christmas!

    I LIKE IT TO
  13. Christmas!

    My favorite Christmas movie is Polar Express
  14. Homeschool Friday: Presidential Visits to Columbia

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    As the state capital of South Carolina, Columbia has been host to numerous presidents in its long history. Students will learn about where and when presidents have spent time in our city. We will also learn about the role South Carolina – and its past politicians – have played in Presidential elections. Students will also learn about what the presidency entails, including state visits and being commander-in-chief. And, have you ever wondered why presidents sign bills into law but not amendments? All homeschool students are invited to participate in Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday programs on the first Friday of the month. Each month’s program is from 10 - 11:30 a.m. and includes hands-on activities while students learn and explore different themes and historic sites with Historic Columbia. Homeschool Friday programs are designed for students of elementary and middle school age levels. Homeschool Friday is open to families and homeschool groups of less than 10 students. For larger groups, we recommend arranging a separate visit to explore that month's topic. Program participants should gather in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills on the day of the program unless otherwise noted. The cost is per student, with an accompanying adult free. Homeschool Fridays are $5 for members, $6 for non-members and $8 for both members and non-members at the door. If you have questions, would like to be on our mailing list, or if you would like to register for the entire year of Homeschool Friday programs, please contact us by email or call 803.252.1770 x 26.
  15. Christmas!

    Cool! I'm not sure what my absolute favorite Christmas movie is, but I really like a Muppet Christmas Carol.
  16. Christmas

    WE ARE OFF TILL CHRISTMAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! For knots club
  17. Christmas!

    My favorite Christmas movie is Santa clause 2
  18. Hello! Welcome to the Christmas topic of the Holiday Club. Here you can chat about anything Christmas-related. What are your favorite Christmas movies? What's on your list? What are some of your favorite holiday traditions? Ask and answer all here!
  19. First Day Hike & Scavenger Hunt

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    Join Redcliffe Plantation SHS on New Year's Day for our First Day Hike & Scavenger Hunt! We let kids take the lead on this fun hike that explores the historical and natural resources at Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site. Great for ALL ages but geared towards ages 4 - 12. The hike may be between 1.5 to 2 miles and is an easy hike. Tennis shoes/hiking boots suggested as well as bottled water. Make sure to bring your cameras! Check in at the Visitor Center no later than 1:50 pm to check in for the hike. FREE. For more information please contact Redcliffe Plantation SHS at 803-827-1473 or by email at redcliffe@scprt.com. The park is located at 181 Redcliffe Rd., in Beech Island, SC just outside of Augusta, GA.
  20. Christmas in the Quarters

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    Discover the Christmas holiday as it was experienced by the enslaved families in the early 19th century. This tour of Redcliffe Plantation SHS's decorated slave cabin and mansion explores the holiday with personal stories, details of plantation life around Christmas, games, crafts and more! A different theme will be explored each Saturday: Dec 2 - Food & Feasting includes a food tasting, Dec 9 - Holydays & Free Time includes a storytime, Dec 16 - Family & Friends includes a family tree craft, Dec 23 - Song & Celebration includes a Spiritual sing-a-long, Dec 30 - Gifts & Giving includes plantation games and crafts. Tour space is limited to 30 people and is first-come, first-serve. No reservations required. $7.50/Adults, $5/Ages 6 - 16, Free for 5 & under, $5/SC Seniors. Saturday, December 30th ONLY Bring a large donation of non-perishable food items (a box or bag full) and receive free admission for 2 people. Bring 2 boxes or bags of food receive free admission for 4 people, etc. Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site is located at 181 Redcliffe Rd in Beech Island, SC. For questions please call 803-827-1473 or email redcliffe@scprt.com. Learn more about Redcliffe Plantation SHS at www.SouthCarolinaParks.com/Redcliffe.
  21. Is anybody in or near Rock Hill?

    Welcome to homeschooling in the area dcannon! It looks like our daughters are about the same age!
  22. Looking for groups for a 15 YO girl

    I don't have a daughter that age, but I lead a Frontier Girls Troop in Rock Hill. We have a six girls ages 12-16. Most of them home school and they are a great group. It is a long drive for you, but we would love to have you visit if you think the drive might be worth it
  23. Art Gallery for 12 and Up

    "aRt" totally not creepy or weird at all amirite
  24. moptophead

    I've been ready for Thanksgiving since November 1st and my excitement only grows as the day nears.

  25. Here Is Some Of Mine...

    I KNEW IT!!!!!!!!! btw love the new profile pic
  26. Art Gallery for 12 and Up

    Name: Tali Age: 15 What do you like to draw?: People, mostly How long have you been drawing?: Since I could hold a crayon, I suppose What kind of art do you like?: Drawings and paintings mostly. I prefer cartoon-style stuff or semi-realism most of the time, but I can always appreciate good art What kind of arts do you do? (Drawing, painting, pottery, etc.): Drawing about 90% of the time, and watercolors the other 10%. What are your favorite techniques to use?: I like to use texture fairly often (in ink drawings especially), and I also like markers. Are you Self-Taught?: Mostly? Last year and this year I've been taking an art class from a book, but no person has really taught me aside from Youtube and online tutorials.
  27. This is where you all can post your art if you have art that includes gore or squeamish stuff. Don't include anything too inappropriate though, if you're worried about your drawing then send me your drawing through private messaging and i'll let you know. Please stay in this Gallery if you do have art that includes gore or anything that is squeamish. Please don't post anything that is gorey and squeamish in the younger Art Gallery. If you want my opinion on what is appropriate and what is not, feel free to private message me before posting your drawing. Here is a sign up sheet. Name: Age: What do you like to draw?: How long have you been drawing?: What kind of art do you like?: What kind of arts do you do? (Drawing, painting, pottery, etc.): What are your favorite techniques to use?: Are you Self-Taught?: Here is mine. Name: Katy Age: 15 What do you like to draw?: Anything really i don't have a preference. I'm better at drawing anime art on my own. Everything else i need a reference for. How long have you been drawing?: Hmm... I'm not sure. I'd say maybe 10 or 9. What kind of art do you like?: I enjoy drawing better right now since it's easy and not messy. What kind of arts do you do? (Drawing, painting, pottery, etc.): Well, i do Drawing and painting sometimes. I have done some stuff with clay, like i have made a cup and a bowl and some other figures but actual pottery i haven't done. Maybe next year. What are your favorite techniques to use?: Well recently i learned of putting your colored pencils in warm water and it's almost like paint. I enjoy using that technique cause it's so fun to apply it and watch it fill in gaps. Are you Self-Taught?: For some things yes. But i have taken an art class for 3 years that helped me with landscapes and such but now i just use references and pictures and just do my best to copy them and use my skills and materials to best i can. Enjoy posting your art!
  28. This is where you all can post your art if you are 11 and Under if you have art appropriate for that age group. Please stay in this Gallery if you do not like anything that includes gore or anything you might be squeamish with. Please don't post anything that is above the age group either. If you want my opinion on what is appropriate and what is not, feel free to private message me before posting your drawing. Here is a sign up sheet. Name: Age: What do you like to draw?: How long have you been drawing?: What kind of art do you like?: What kind of arts do you do? (Drawing, painting, pottery, etc.): What are your favorite techniques to use?: Are you Self-Taught?: Here is mine. Name: Katy Age: 15 What do you like to draw?: Anything really i don't have a preference. I'm better at drawing anime art on my own. Everything else i need a reference for. How long have you been drawing?: Hmm... I'm not sure. I'd say maybe 10 or 9. What kind of art do you like?: I enjoy drawing better right now since it's easy and not messy. What kind of arts do you do? (Drawing, painting, pottery, etc.): Well, i do Drawing and painting sometimes. I have done some stuff with clay, like i have made a cup and a bowl and some other figures but actual pottery i haven't done. Maybe next year. What are your favorite techniques to use?: Well recently i learned of putting your colored pencils in warm water and it's almost like paint. I enjoy using that technique cause it's so fun to apply it and watch it fill in gaps. Are you Self-Taught?: For some things yes. But i have taken an art class for 3 years that helped me with landscapes and such but now i just use references and pictures and just do my best to copy them and use my skills and materials to best i can. Enjoy posting your art!
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