It’s April 15 and you know what that means. Here are 5 more things to help get your week started in Fort Mill an Tega Cay:

The Tega Cay Lions Club is holding a pancake breakfast and Easter egg hunt Saturday. Photo by Pixabay on

FORT MILL – Welcome to a new week! If you’re reading this with your morning coffee, thank you for starting your day with us! Just a reminder that today is the deadline to file your income tax forms (as if you needed reminding). If sending by snail mail, filings postmarked by midnight are still within the deadline.

What else? A quick look at the forecast shows it can be warm and dry for most of the week with temperatures going past 80 for the first time this spring, but with a possibly rainy weekend ahead. It’s also a week with an anomaly: It’s one of those rare years when Good Friday and the first night of Passover occur on the same day.

Here’s what else you might want to know:

Decisions, decisions: York County Council meets tonight. The packed agenda includes several readings with local impact, including a Pennies For Progress road repair program. You can view the agenda here.

Show your love: Today is the deadline for the Love The Greenway photo contest. Have a photo that shows off the beauty and interesting qualities of the Anne Spring Close Greenway? Enter it for a chance to win. This is for amateur photographers only. For entry info, click here.

Pancakes and Easter Eggs: The Tega Cay Lions Club is holding a pancake breakfast and Easter egg hunt 8 -11:30 a.m. Feb. 20. Breakfast is Fire Station 2, followed by the egg hunt at Runde Field. The hunt is free. Breakfast is $8 for adults, $4 for kids 9 and younger. For more information, click here.

Come to the Greenway for goat yoga.

Hold that pose: Goat Yoga returns to the Anne springs Close Greenway. 2-3 p.m. April 20. 288 Dairy Barn lane, Fort Mill 29715-7734.

Second chance Seder: Temple Kol Ami in Fort Mill is holding a Passover Seder April 20. This is open to the public. Curious about the ancient dinner and prayer ritual that includes the retelling and celebrating of Moses’ deliverance of enslaved Hebrew people from Egypt? Now’s your chance to learn all about it. For more information and to reserve seats, click here or email


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