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Free Food for Children During Coronavirus School Closing in Hartsville

Posted by HartsvilleMom.com on Thursday, March 19, 2020, In : For Kids 
The Darlington School District will be providing free food to kids for anyone 18 years old or younger at the locations on the Flyer (see below) during school closure during the coronavirus pandemic . Update: Time to pick up these to-go breakfast and lunch meals are from 10:30AM - 1:30PM, on Monday and Wednesdays only. They are one week worth of food. 

Hartsville Locations For more information, refer to the flyer on the Darlington County School District's website.

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The Play Zone in Hartsville is a great indoor playground for kids

Posted by Hartsvillemom.com on Friday, July 6, 2018, In : For Kids 
In downtown Hartsville, there's an amazing indoor playground called The Play Zone, located between 5th St & College Ave! With slides, a ball pit, a treehouse loft (as I call it) and many toys for the little ones, the kids get to have an adventure, rain or shine!


It's rare to find a ball pit these days and The Play Zone is clean! Open Play schedules change month to month but they are usually from 10AM - 5PM. Open Play rates are $5 per hour or $8 for 2 hours. Check out their facebook page to s...
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Summer Camp ideas for kids in Hartsville

Posted by Hartsvillemom.com on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, In : For Kids 
Here are some options in Hartsville for summer camp for your kids

  1. YMCA Summer Camp in downtown Hartsville for little ones and up between 7AM - 6PM which is also great for all day childcare: http://www.upperpdymca.org/locations/hartsville/
  2. Governor's School of Science and Mathematics (GSSM) for kids from 7th-10th grade: https://www.scgssm.org/outreach-camps
  3. Girls University Summer Camp for girls only for 5k-6th grade. Choose from half day to full day: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-camps-for...

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Holiday Open House in Hartsville

Posted by Hartsvillemom.com on Saturday, November 29, 2014, In : For Kids 
My baby son and I had such a great experience at the Holiday Open House in downtown Hartsville on Nov. 20, 2014. The weather was about 40 degrees when we got there around 7:30pm. We immediately drove there once my son woke up from his much needed nap. He was refreshed and ready to take in his first holiday celebration. 


We parked in the parking lot near Centennial Hall, which was what I did when I went to the Trunk or Treat event last month as well. It makes it so much easier to get in and out...
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Treat in the Streets was great with free photo by Image by Jessi

Posted by HartsvilleMom.com on Friday, October 31, 2014, In : For Kids 
 Treat in the Streets in Hartsville yesterday was a lot of fun in downtown. My baby son and I arrived a little later around 5:00pm so that gave us an hour to enjoy the festivities. He just woke up from a nap so it was time for play time! All the kids dressed up in costume but and I only saw one parent dressed up. I took note and I am glad I decided last minute to not dress up. I would've been an odd ball. 
(Meet my son, the bear and his first bucket of candy)

It was my son's very first trick or...
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Review and Pictures of Frozen on the Farm Corn Maze at McLeod Farms

Posted by Hartsvillemom.com on Sunday, October 5, 2014, In : For Kids 
(Scroll down to see more pictures below) Our family went to Frozen on the Farm at McLeod Farms earlier this afternoon. We've been to the McLeod Farms Store before but have never gone to any of their special activities. For the last few weeks, as we were driving around town, we've been noticing the billboards for "Frozen on the Farm" and it really got us interested. (Scroll down to read more see more pictures.)

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HartsvilleMom.com As a veteran's wife whose husband works in the nuclear field, moving every several years seems to be part of our life path. We have lived in Hartsville, among many other cities. Getting acclimated to a new town means starting over each time for us and to help myself and my family, I compiled everything I needed to see in one place on this website. I hope this will help you too.
All the photos from the 'Restaurants' page, 'Kalmia Gardens', 'McLeod Farms and Museum', 'Coffee Shops & Bakeries' and 'Events & Activities' page on HartsvilleMom.com were all taken by me during our visits. They are my original content.

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