With Pride of Community - Celebrating the Kendall Mill Historic District
The Kershaw County Historical Society and The Camden Community Band host a celebration of the Kendall Mill Historic District. This 2-part mill village Open House and Community Band Concert is free and open to the public.
1:00-2:45: Park your vehicle at Wateree Baptist Church, 2024 Haile Street where you will receive a historical background flyer and Open House walking-tour map. Your visit will start with exhibits in the church's Fellowship Center. The 5 original village homes on the tour are within a short walking distance to the church and to each other.
2:45-3:00: Stroll to Kendall Park between Haile and East Hampton streets for a rededication ribbon-cutting ceremony. Camden Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford will recognize extensive beautification projects within the Kendall Mill Historic District.
3:00: The Camden Community Band will present a spirited outdoor concert in Kendall Park within view of the original Wateree Mill of the Kendall Company. Folding chairs or blankets are recommended. Additional concert parking can be found along Haile Street within the vicinity of the walking trail.
For more information visit www.kershawcountyhistoricalsociety.org.
Start at Wateree Baptist Church and end in Kendall Park
Fee or Admissions Info
Free and open to the public