February 2016

Title Date Body Location
City Council Meeting Feb 15 2016 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm


Council Chambers, 1250 Tiger Boulevard
CAAAM Third Sunday Event Feb 21 2016 - 3:30pm

Celebrating Black History Month

Clemson Area African American Museum
and in conjunction with

A Taste of African Heritage (ATAH)
A Cooking Class Series, Dine at Home
Are you still fulfilling your
New Year’s Resolution to eat healthier?
Do you have High blood pressure or Diabetes?
Is losing weight one of your goals for 2016?

If you said  yes to any of the above questions…

For more information:
Phone: (864) 324-2869 (Tiffany  Davis)
Phone: (864) 506-1057 (Pat Kemp)

“Control what you can, our food choices should be one of them”  Tiffany R. Davis

Clemson Area African-American Museum, 214 Butler Street
City Council Meeting Rescheduled Mar 14 2016 - 6:30pm

Rescheduled due to Council traveling out of town on March 7th.

AGENDA not published.

Council Chambers, 1250 Tiger Boulevard
City Council Meeting Mar 21 2016 - 6:30pm

AGENDA not published.

Council Chambers, 1250 Tiger Boulevard
Book Signing Feb 21 2016 - 5:30pm

Meet the current and former Clemson Tiger mascots as we highlight their new book, Clemson, Through the Eyes of the Tiger, at the Central-Clemson Library on Sunday, February 21st at 5:30pm.  Retired Assistant Athletic Director John Seketa documents this unique perspective on the history of Clemson University as only those who wore the uniform can share through their anecdotes and memories.       

The mascots will be autographing their books for all in attendance.  Books will be available for purchase at the event or may be purchased in advance through www.clemsonmascot.com.   Proceeds from the sales are being donated to help fund mascot visits to children in our local hospitals.   For more information about the book project, please visit www.clemsonmascot.com or call the library at 639-2711.

Clemson/Central Library
Black Business Expo Feb 20 2016 - 2:00pm - 7:00pm

► ► Free Admission and Open to the Public ◄ ◄

Sponsored by Clemson Area African-American Museum (CAAAM)

This event will be an opportunity for upstate African-American Business Owners and Entrepreneurs to sell their products and services and showcase their artwork.

Light refreshments, hot dogs, and fish sandwiches will also be available for sale.

For further information, contact:

Nicole Purdessy, 864-784-1533 or Pat Kemp, 864-506-1057
or Larry Walker, 864-985-2891


Calhoun Bridge Center, 214 Butler Street