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ANDERSON COUNTY FARMER'S MARKET
Jul 29, 2014
8:00am-1:00pm
Oconee Appalachian Kids Summer Camp: Appalachian Heritage Day
Jul 29, 2014
9:00am-1:00pm
YOGA FOR CANCER SURVIVORS
Jul 29, 2014
12:30pm-1:30pm
OCONEE COUNTY SMALL BUSINESS RESOURCE FAIR
Jul 29, 2014
4:00pm-7:00pm
Public Charter School Alliance Info Expo - Greenville
Jul 29, 2014
5:30pm-7:00pm
Straight Talk SC Can't Win for Losing:The Crisis of the Working Poor
Jul 29, 2014
6:30pm-8:30pm
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July
29
Beginning
Jul 29th 8:00am
Ending
Jul 29th 1:00pm

ANDERSON COUNTY FARMER'S MARKET

Where
402 North Murray Ave. [ Map ]
Description
The Anderson County Farmer's Market and the Anderson County Farmer's Market Pavilion play host to concerts, tournaments, festivals, family reunions, weddings, community meetings and more. The Anderson County Grower's Association provides oversight, vision and supervision for the Farmers' Market.

The Anderson County Farmers' Market would be delighted to assist with your very special requirements and is dedicated to making your function a memorable one.

For further information please phone (864) 231-1924.
Age Group
Family Friendly
July
29
Beginning
Jul 29th 9:00am
Ending
Jul 29th 1:00pm

Oconee Appalachian Kids Summer Camp: Appalachian Heritage Day

Where
123 Brown's Square Dr. Walhalla, SC 29691 [ Map ]
Description
Discover the great things that make Appalachia one of the most distinct regions in the United States! We will be learning unique cultural practices of Appalachia including dance, song, cooking, and crafts.

Oconee Appalachian Kids, also known as OAK, is an educational program at the Oconee Heritage Center for children ages 6 through 12. This summer, the OHC will offer four different day camps that connect to the rich history and heritage of Oconee County. Camp fees include craft supplies and other materials for the day as well as snacks that will be distributed during each camp. Campers need to wear comfortable clothing and bring sunscreen and bug spray, if necessary.

Cost:
All 4 Camps: Members $60, Non-Members $80

Individual Camps: Members $15, Non-Members $20
Age Group
Family Friendly
July
29
Beginning
Jul 29th 12:30pm
Ending
Jul 29th 1:30pm

YOGA FOR CANCER SURVIVORS

Where
900 W. Faris Road Greenville, SC 29605 [ Map ]
Description
A yoga class for cancer survivors takes place Tuesdays, 12:30-1:30 p.m., at the Cancer Institute of Greenville Health System (900 W. Faris Rd). All skill levels welcome. Classes are free. For more information, call 455-5809.
Age Group
Family Friendly
July
29
Beginning
Jul 29th 4:00pm
Ending
Jul 29th 7:00pm

OCONEE COUNTY SMALL BUSINESS RESOURCE FAIR

Where
698 W South 4th St, Seneca, SC 29678 [ Map ]
Description
Are you interested in starting your own small business? Do you already own a business and you'd like to have more information on how to get to the next level? Attend the Oconee County's Small Business Resource Fair on Tuesday, July 29th from 4:00 - 7:00 PM.

This event provides the opportunity to connect you to other entrepreneurs and small businesses throughout the county for networking and advice.

Learn from professionals about:
Business Planning, training, and feasibility
Business Finance
Professional Business Memberships
The Oconee Business Development Center (Incubator)
Navigating Commerical Real Estate
Legal Risk Management
Business Accounting
Two exciting special presentations:
"How to Compete with Big Box Stores?'
"How to Capitalize on Social Media for My Business"
Age Group
Family Friendly
July
29
Beginning
Jul 29th 5:30pm
Ending
Jul 29th 7:00pm

Public Charter School Alliance Info Expo - Greenville

Where
Homewood Suites by Hilton, 102 Carolina Point Pkwy, Greenville, SC 29607 [ Map ]
Description
Looking for a school for your child? Come meet with staff and parents from the public charter schools serving students in your community.
All Info Expos are FREE for families and perspective students. There will be multiple charter schools attending this Info Expo to answer questions and provide handouts about their public charter school.
http://www.sccharterschools.org/current-events
Age Group
Family Friendly
July
29
Beginning
Jul 29th 6:30pm
Ending
Jul 29th 8:30pm

Straight Talk SC Can't Win for Losing:The Crisis of the Working Poor

Where
Younts Conference Center, Shaw Hall, Furman University [ Map ]
Description
All sessions moderated by Mark Quinn, director of member and public relations, The Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina, and former host of SCETV's Big Picture.

Questioning the American Dream: Families and Neighbors Living on the Brink

Kyle Longest, Ph.D., Furman University assistant professor of sociology (bio) will lead an interactive session looking at the bills, dollars and pennies of a family who is "barely getting by in South Carolina."

Danny Avula, M.D., deputy director of the Richmond City Health Department (bio), will present what he has discovered during the last decade as his family has lived in intentional community with neighbors very different from themselves.
Age Group
Family Friendly