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June 15 – Jazz – Stockton Helbing – Professional Drummer composer, arranger, producer, bandleader, educator, music director, author, and entrepreneur. Stockton shares music from his 7 albums. Helbing, from Florence, SC, has played with some of the greatest band leaders of all time, including Jazz trumpet legend Maynard Ferguson and American music icon and trumpet player extraordinaire Doc Severinsen.
June 17 – (1:00 p.m.) Book Club – We will discuss Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive by Stephanie Land. Please call 843-292-7368 for additional information and to register. (In person meeting in the Joseph T. Stukes Meeting Room.)
June 22 – Chef Corey D. Green – This is an Encore performance from November 2020. Certified Executive Chef Corey D. Green is a Graduate of the Culinary Arts program, ACF, C.E.C. (certified executive chef) at the Art Institute of Atlanta, earning his A.A. degree. He has worked and trained with some of the best chefs in America and has worked and traveled throughout Europe, visiting places such as Amsterdam, Warsaw, Bucharest, Bacu, Munich, Paris, and London. Every location he worked in and visited influenced his cooking.
June 29 – Native American Artist Nancy Basket – SC ETV’s Making it Grow’s Amanda McNulty interviews Nancy Basket at USC Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center. Basket creates her one of a kind baskets by weaving pine needles and/or kudzu. (Aired on SCETV’s Making Grow on Jan 12, 2021) Runtime 9:32
June 29 ChocoBella – Ranny Starnes and Marvin James co-owners of ChocoBella are interviewed by Rainee Romero from WBTW-13 Living Local .-Starnes (chocolatier and artist) and James master chocolatier Belgium trained. Discover the process of making vegan friendly Belgium chocolate and the art of painted bonbons made with Belgian Chocolates. They also serve Gelato.