Category: Arts & Events

Showcasing the arts and other events such as community gatherings, class reunions, family reunions, and more in Dillon County, SC

Photo Gallery: Latta Community Pig Pickin’

The Latta Community Pig Pickin’ was held on December 19, 2014 at the Latta Community Center.

Holiday Goodness Held

Holiday Goodness was held at the City Of Dillon Wellness Center.

Theatre Awarded Grant

The Dillon County Theatre has been awarded a $1,899, grant by the South Carolina Arts Commission for the 2014-15 fiscal year.  The award is operating support of small organizations.

Veterans Program Will Feature Musical And Dramatic Salute, Rare Historic Presence

Those in attendance this Sunday, November 9, at the Dillon County Theater will not only enjoy a musical and dramatic salute to our veterans but enjoy a rare historic presence by one of America’s oldest military organization.   

Teen Gospel Sensation Kendra Smith On The Rise

Bigger, Brighter, Better, is definitely on the horizon for gospel teen sensation Kendra Smith, as she picks up five 2015 Rhythm of Gospel Awards for her album “Something New.”

Harvest Festival Held In Latta

A Harvest Festival was held in Latta on Saturday as the town celebrated autumn.

New Lake View Band Director Sees Great Potential For Band Program

New Lake View Band Director James Kirby sees great potential for a successful Lake View Band program.

The Frog Fountain

The frog fountain at the Ellis Performing Arts Center in Latta is bringing great delight to passersby. In the spirit of the arts, all three frogs are playing musical instruments.

More Citizens Need To Take Advantage Of Opportunity To Hear Latta Singers

Dear Editor:
Recently a group of Dillon County citizens were fortunate to be entertained by a magnificent group of local performers, The Latta Community Singers.

Theatre Awarded One-Time Grant

The Dillon County Theatre has been awarded a one-time grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission for the purpose of installing a projector and retractable screen to enhance their future programs.