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Greenville Library Semi-Annual Sale
Apr 24, 2015 - Apr 26, 2015
10:00am-5:00pm
Cross Keys Living History Event VIII
Apr 25, 2015 - Apr 26, 2015
10:00am-4:00pm
Living History Weekend at Musgrove Mill
Apr 25, 2015 - Apr 26, 2015
10:00am-4:30pm
8th Annual "Will Play Golf 4 Food" Golf Tournament
Apr 26, 2015
12:00pm-8:00pm
Sundays Unplugged: Not Even Brothers
Apr 26, 2015
1:00pm-5:00pm
Tour of Homes: Glenn Springs
Apr 26, 2015
1:00pm-5:00pm
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April
24
Beginning
Apr 24th 10:00am
Ending
Apr 26th 5:00pm

Greenville Library Semi-Annual Sale

Where
Hughes Main Library 25 Heritage Green Pl Greenville, SC 29601 [ Map ]
Description
Semi-Annual Sale

Friday, April 24 | 3p-8p | Friends Members Only
Saturday, April 25 |10a-5p
Sunday, April 26 |1p-5p | Additional 50% off
Age Group
Family Friendly
April
25
Beginning
Apr 25th 10:00am
Ending
Apr 26th 4:00pm

Cross Keys Living History Event VIII

Where
163 Old Buncombe Rd. Union S.C. 29379 [ Map ]
Description
historical, living history event
Age Group
Family Friendly
April
25
Beginning
Apr 25th 10:00am
Ending
Apr 26th 4:30pm

Living History Weekend at Musgrove Mill

Where
398 State Park RD | Clinton, SC 29325 [ Map ]
Description
History will come alive once again at Musgrove Mill State Historic Site on Saturday and Sunday April 25th and 26th, as the park presents the Living History Weekend at Musgrove Mill.

This living history event will demonstrate what life was like during the colonial period by featuring re-enactors demonstrating the weapons and tactics used by colonial militias, as well as camp life recreations, quill pen writing, and children's militia drills.

The event will be held from 10 am – 4 pm with demonstrations occurring throughout the day. An admission fee of $3 for adults 16-64 and $1.50 for seniors 65 or older will be in effect for those attending the program. Children 15 and under will be admitted free of charge.

For more information, contact Musgrove Mill State Historic Site at (864) 938-0100, e-mail mgmillsp@scprt.com or go to www.SouthCarolinaParks.com.
Age Group
Family Friendly
April
26
Beginning
Apr 26th 12:00pm
Ending
Apr 26th 8:00pm

8th Annual "Will Play Golf 4 Food" Golf Tournament

Where
River Falls Plantation, 100 Player Blvd, Duncan, SC [ Map ]
Description
Golf Tournament with proceeds benefit The Carpenter's Table Community Outreach Center, a 501(c)(3) corporation.
Age Group
Family Friendly
April
26
Beginning
Apr 26th 1:00pm
Ending
Apr 26th 5:00pm

Sundays Unplugged: Not Even Brothers

Where
Chapman Cultural Center, 200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg, SC 29306 [ Map ]
Description
- Chapman Cultural Center provides casual and cultural entertainment every Sunday, featuring free singer-songwriter concerts and free admission to art galleries and the history museum. Its Sundays Unplugged program is a great way for locals to "unplug" with the arts before the coming week. This Sunday, April 26, patrons may enjoy guitarist/flautist duo Not Even Brothers, 2-4 p.m., and peruse an ArtMarket of locally handcrafted wares, 1-5 p.m.

Not Even Brothers is composed of musicians Guy Workman and Pat Phillips. The two have showcased their tight harmonies throughout venues in the Southeast. Though the band has a working cover list of more than 200 songs, they also perform originals. Whether patrons enjoy easy listening or an upbeat melody, Not Even Brothers offers a unique experience apart from "Top 40" format bands. Their originality earned them the title of Rising Star's Best Acoustic Band for 2010 and 2011.

Workman brings several years of experience to the band as an internationally recorded songwriter, guitarist, and flautist. He has had four songs on the Billboard charts and a Single Pick of the Week in Record World Magazine, as well as a co-written soundtrack for BBC's "Son of a Gun" documentary. Through Not Even Brothers, he brings his Nashville experience to Spartanburg.

During the group's free mini-concert, patrons will have an opportunity to purchase local art. Chapman Cultural Center's ArtMarket reopened with the return of warm weather in early April, bringing regional artisans and their creative products to Zimmerli Plaza, weather permitting. All items are handcrafted and designed to be affordable for all budgets. On any given Sunday, patrons may find photography, paintings, pottery, artisan jewelry, woodwork, candles, edibles, metalwork, and more. Attending the ArtMarket is free.

To complement the ArtMarket and singer-songwriter concert, Artists' Guild of Spartanburg, Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg Regional History Museum, and the Student Galleries will be open with free admission. Spartanburg Science Center will also be open for a small fee.
Age Group
Family Friendly
April
26
Beginning
Apr 26th 1:00pm
Ending
Apr 26th 5:00pm

Tour of Homes: Glenn Springs

Description
Spend an afternoon resting and rejuvenating in Glenn Springs, "The Oasis of Health!" Join the SCHA for a tour of 4 privately owned homes in the Glenn Springs area: Foster's Tavern, Camp Hill, The Thornton Home, and the Moretz Home! You'll get the opportunity to learn about the history of Glenn Springs, the history of the houses, and the restoration work they have undergone. As a bonus, historic Calvary Episcopal Church will be open and boxed lunches will be available for purchase to benefit the Glenn Springs Preservation Society! Once you purchase a ticket, you will be free to visit the homes at your own pace from 1:30-5:00 on April 26.

A thriving summer hotspot for South Carolinians during the 1800s, Glenn Springs once boasted an inn and spa where travelers could come to find rest and healing from various sickness and disease. The healing waters, dubbed "Nature's Formula," were even shipped across the country in glass bottles via the trains that ran through the area!

So join us for an exciting afternoon and you, too may find yourself cured of:

"Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Chronic Hepatitus, Jaundice, Torpor of Liver and General Debility, Malarial Diseases, Dropsy, Dysentary, Constipation, Hemmeroids, Uterine, Renal, and Cystic Diseases... and Female Complaints!"

$25/Purchase before April 26 and for all SCHA Members

$30/Purchase at the door on April 26

$10 additional for lunch, served 1pm-2pm at the Glenn Springs Presbyterian Church to benefit the Glenn Springs Preservation Society. For more info, visit the link below.
Age Group
Family Friendly