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  • Tuesday

  • Jan 3rd-Dec 19th
  • 6:00pm-8:00pm
  • Greenville DOWNTOWN Line Dance
    View Website Greenville DOWNTOWN Line Dancing every Tuesday from 6:15 to 8 pm at Sears Rec Center in McPherson Park (corner of N Main & E Park). Fun way to exe...
  • January
    3
    Beginning
    Jan 3rd 6:00pm
    Ending
    Dec 19th 8:00pm

    Greenville DOWNTOWN Line Dance

    Where
    Sears Rec Center, 100 E Park Ave, Greenville SC 29605 in stone building in McPherson Park, corner of N. Main - E. Park [ Map ]
    Description
    Greenville DOWNTOWN Line Dancing every Tuesday from 6:15 to 8 pm at Sears Rec Center in McPherson Park (corner of N Main & E Park). Fun way to exercise. No partner or dance knowledge required. Dances are taught in a fun and easy way with a variety of music - Hip Hop, R&B, Rock & Roll, Latin, Country, Shag, Swing. Party dances include Electric Slide, Cupid Shuffle, Bikers Shuffle, Cha Cha Slide. Second hour moves into more advanced dances -Fireball, Footloose, R&B Boogie and more. Two left feet are fine. Bring your friends and have some fun. Cost - $5 (Greenville City Residents -$4)
    Age Group
    18+
  • Saturday

  • May 27th-Sep 4th
  • All Day
  • TCMU: TeamLab Future Park Exhibit
    View Website Future Park: Art + Technology is a unique digital playground allowing children to work and play together using technology, art and their imaginations!...
  • May
    27
    Beginning
    May 27th 12:00am
    Ending
    Sep 4th 12:00am

    TCMU: TeamLab Future Park Exhibit

    Where
    300 College Street, Greenville [ Map ]
    Description
    Future Park: Art + Technology is a unique digital playground allowing children to work and play together using technology, art and their imaginations! Designed to inspire creative thinking, encourage collaborative play and build an interest in digital technology, this hands-on, digital exhibit features four different interactive areas for children to explore:

    Sketch Town: draw colorful pictures of cars, buses, buildings and more to create an amazing virtual town projected on oversized exhibit walls from floor to ceiling that are reactive to touch.
    Light Ball Orchestra: play in an elaborate orchestra by rolling soft, oversized balls that change sound and color when they touch and communicate with each other to play in concert.
    Connecting! Train Block: use different brightly colored blocks on a table that become a large-scale screen to create digital thoroughfares for cars, boats, trains and planes!
    Hopscotch for Geniuses: work together to create digital hopscotch courses on a floor with colorful art and patterns.

    The exhibit is open Tuesday – Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mondays during the summer from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.

    Museum members can join us for a Member Preview Party on May 26 from 6-8pm! Member families can bring one guest family along for the fun! Click here to RSVP or register at the door!
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Saturday

  • Jun 3rd-Aug 26th
  • 8:00am-12:00pm
  • BeWell Mauldin Market
    Saturdays, June 3 – August 26, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Mauldin Outdoor Amphitheater, 101 East Butler Road, Mauldin 29662 The 2017 BeWe...
  • June
    3
    Beginning
    Jun 3rd 8:00am
    Ending
    Aug 26th 12:00pm

    BeWell Mauldin Market

    Where
    101 E. Butler Rd. Mauldin 29662 [ Map ]
    Description
    Saturdays, June 3 – August 26, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Mauldin Outdoor Amphitheater, 101 East Butler Road, Mauldin 29662

    The 2017 BeWell Mauldin Market, sponsored by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, will run June 3 to August 26 at the Mauldin Cultural Center's outdoor amphitheater. The Market will be held Saturdays, 8 a.m. to noon. Most vendors accept cash and/or credit cards.

    The BeWell Mauldin Market features a variety of vendors from around the Upstate selling locally sourced and produced items including produce, dairy, eggs, honey, gifts, clothing, accessories, treats, pastries, and more!

    The Market will also feature FREE healthy activities such as small-group fitness, health screenings and cooking demos.
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Tuesday

  • Jul 11th-Aug 25th
  • 12:00pm-5:00pm
  • Inhabiting Experience, Mark Brosseau at UPSTATE Gallery on Main
    View Website UPSTATE Gallery on Main is honored to present Inhabiting Experience, a selection of recent works by Greenville, SC, painter Mark Brosseau. The exhibit...
  • July
    11
    Beginning
    Jul 11th 12:00pm
    Ending
    Aug 25th 5:00pm

    Inhabiting Experience, Mark Brosseau at UPSTATE Gallery on Main

    Where
    172 E. Main St., Spartanburg, SC, 29306 [ Map ]
    Description
    UPSTATE Gallery on Main is honored to present Inhabiting Experience, a selection of recent works by Greenville, SC, painter Mark Brosseau. The exhibition opens on July 11 and runs through August 25, 2017. An artist reception will be held on July 20 from 5-8 pm during Spartanburg ArtWalk.

    Inspired in part by his artist residency in Iceland, Brosseau's pulsating abstractions celebrate the idiosyncrasy of visual experience and simultaneously negotiate our facility to process it. Using effervescent color and primary forms in deceptively complex ways, alternatively opaque and revealing layers create neatly stacked yet constantly mobilized spaces. Whimsical yet seductive, these ever-shifting images gently challenge the viewer to find their own stability in our oscillating universe.

    UPSTATE Gallery on Main is open from 12-5, Tuesday-Friday.
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Monday

  • Jul 17th-Sep 29th
  • 8:30am-5:00pm
  • Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail Exhibit Opens at Clemson City Hall
    View Website The ARTS Center of Clemson is pleased to announce the opening of "Inside / Outside", the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail Exhibit at Clemson, Ci...
  • July
    17
    Beginning
    Jul 17th 8:30am
    Ending
    Sep 29th 5:00pm

    Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail Exhibit Opens at Clemson City Hall

    Where
    Clemson, SC [ Map ]
    Description
    The ARTS Center of Clemson is pleased to announce the opening of "Inside / Outside", the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail Exhibit at Clemson, City Hall, 1250 Tiger Blvd #1, Clemson, SC 29631. The exhibit will run from July 17 through September 29. The exhibit title "Inside / Outside" celebrates the link between the quilts and the quilt blocks.
    The UHQT Exhibit, "Inside / Outside", features eight unique handmade quilts, each with their own special history and story. Each quilt pattern is carefully recreated on a 4' x 4' quilt block that is then installed on the UHQT trail. Typically, you must travel the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail to view the beautiful patterns and nostalgic pictures. But, during the "Inside / Outside" Exhibit at Clemson City Hall, you can see many of the quilts and quilt block patterns together in one location. Each quilt celebrates a rich history, a love of design, color and dedication to the craft of quilting.
    The Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail gives locals and visitors a guide by which to seek out some of the fascinating history of this region. There is much to discover beyond just the beautiful quilt squares themselves. Visit the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail website, www.uhqt.org, for a full list of quilt trail stops, interactive maps, and suggested itineraries.
    The ARTS Center in Clemson provides exceptional arts education and makes fine art exciting and accessible to our community. We are a not-for-profit community arts center located in Clemson, South Carolina established for the purpose of bringing the arts to all members of the community through educational art programming, an Artists Guild for emerging artists, as well as exhibits and sale opportunities featuring local, regional, national and international artists, children's art programs and community art development. The ARTS Center also hosts exhibits at the City of Clemson City Hall, Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Center, Clemson Area Transit Building, and Clemson Little Theatre's Liz Smith Cox Gallery at Cox Hall.

    The ARTS Center of Clemson is pleased to announce the opening of "Inside / Outside", the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail Exhibit at Clemson, City Hall, 1250 Tiger Blvd #1, Clemson, SC 29631. The exhibit will run from July 17 through September 29. Clemson City Hall is open Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. The exhibit title "Inside / Outside" celebrates the link between the quilts and the quilt blocks.
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Saturday

  • Jul 29th-Sep 2nd
  • 9:00am-12:00pm
  • Anagam (Wood Firing) Ceramics Class
    View Website The term Anagama is a Japanese term for a single-chamber wood firing kiln. Join us for this specially designed class that brings together three local ...
  • July
    29
    Beginning
    Jul 29th 9:00am
    Ending
    Sep 2nd 12:00pm

    Anagam (Wood Firing) Ceramics Class

    Where
    200 E. St. John Street Spartanburg, SC 29306 [ Map ]
    Description
    The term Anagama is a Japanese term for a single-chamber wood firing kiln. Join us for this specially designed class that brings together three local Anagama experts. Robert Woods will lecture about the history of Anagama, teach students the basic hands on forming techniques as well as how to use Slip, Shino and Ash Glazes. Guest artist, Sue Grier will teach students how to create pottery for Ikebana (Japanese Flower arranging). Lastly, students will witness the very first firing and participate in the loading and wood stoking of a brand new Anagama kiln built by local potter Rob Gentry. Class fee includes 25 lbs. of cone 10 clay, all glazes and the wood firing fee for the Anagama kiln.

    Saturdays, July 29 – Aug 12th in SAM's Ceramics Studio • 9 am - 12 noon

    August 24th – 27th offsite Anagama kiln loading and firing

    Saturday, September 2nd – unload kiln and critic offsite (time to be determined)
    Age Group
    18+
  • Monday

  • Jul 31st-Aug 20th
  • 11:00am-10:00pm
  • Tucanos School Supply Drive for Greenville County Schools
    Tucanos Brazilian Grill is hosting a school supply drive for Greenville County Schools and those in need before the academic year. Tucanos' guests wil...
  • July
    31
    Beginning
    Jul 31st 11:00am
    Ending
    Aug 20th 10:00pm

    Tucanos School Supply Drive for Greenville County Schools

    Where
    1025 Woodruff Road [ Map ]
    Description
    Tucanos Brazilian Grill is hosting a school supply drive for Greenville County Schools and those in need before the academic year. Tucanos' guests will have the opportunity to drop off school supplies of any kind to benefit the local school district. Those who donate will be given a free Brazilian Lemonade coupon to use at their convenience. During the supply drive, Tucanos will also provide free desserts to area teachers with a valid school ID, as a thank you for their hard work and dedication, and to welcome them into the new school year.
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Thursday

  • Aug 17th-Sep 17th
  • 10:00pm-6:00pm
  • Spartanburg Art Co-Op "Full Circle Exhibit"
    View Website The mixed-media and ceramic work of Spartanburg artists Susan Eleazer and Christina Dixon will be on display at West Main Artists Co-Op (WMAC) Aug. 17...
  • August
    17
    Beginning
    Aug 17th 10:00pm
    Ending
    Sep 17th 6:00pm

    Spartanburg Art Co-Op "Full Circle Exhibit"

    Where
    West Main Artist Co-Op, Spartanburg [ Map ]
    Description
    The mixed-media and ceramic work of Spartanburg artists Susan Eleazer and Christina Dixon will be on display at West Main Artists Co-Op (WMAC) Aug. 17-Sept. 17 in a duel exhibit entitled "Full Circle." The exhibit can be viewed at no charge Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Saturdays 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The public and free opening reception will be Thursday, Aug. 17, 5-9 p.m. as part of Spartanburg's monthly ArtWalk.
    The artists dubbed their exhibit "Full Circle" for both personal and professional reasons, noting how they found insight into their lives as they created these pieces of art. They conceived the idea for this exhibition in 2016, while working at WMAC as full-time studio members and friends. Each sees this exhibit of her work as an opportunity to show the healing effects of making art.
    "I had the incredible luck to have a childhood of joy and playfulness rooted in simplicity. Things that I grew up with have stayed with me buried under layers of formal education and adult responsibility," Eleazer said. "My works in this exhibition are my artistic attempt to return ‘Full Circle' to joy and playfulness. I began this work with research into microscopic images of Alzheimer's, Psoriasis of the liver, and colon cancer, all diseases that have taken a toll on the foundation of my life by affecting my parents and other close family members. Through this research, I was able to begin to see these as patterns of color, texture and shape. With a little digging into my father's barn, the one I'd grown up in rolling in trucks of soybeans, I was able to retrieve a treasure trove of rusted farm implements. Equipped with these materials and my research, I worked organically, letting the joy of layering paint, dye and wax lead the way. Circular shapes appear in all the works and serve as a metaphor for this journey back to joy. It is my intention within these works to simply create from within, allowing my child's eye to guide me without the restriction of reason or explanation. For me, the work is done; the act of creating in this manner has brought me full circle to a place where simplicity rules." She will have about dozen pieces of work in this exhibit.
    "I chose a rather personal interpretation of ‘full circle,'" Dixon said. "The term encompasses not only the return to a place or idea, but an arrival at the opposite of said original place or idea. I was most intrigued by this relationship between the original and the opposite. Thus, I chose to explore the upward and downward swings of my own mental well-being, which tends to settle into a cycle of good days and bad days. A large portion of the collection is saggar-fired raku, where flashes of color form through the chemical reactions of ferric chloride and aluminum. Other pieces are glazed Western raku, and others are carved stoneware. This collection also marks my first venture into wall sculpture. Color is strategically at work here, from the oranges and reds of empowered energy to the deep grays and blacks of deep depressive despair. Take a walk around the gallery and observe the balance shift from color to darkness. Change directions and observe the opposite. So symbolizes my periodic journey from okay, to not, and back again."
    Eleazer was born and reared in rural Sumter, SC during the late 1950s and '60s, an environment that gave her a deep appreciation of nature and the use of her senses to experience it. She is a graduate of Columbia College with a bachelor's degree in art education. She first taught middle school art in McCormick, SC, where she met her husband Hal. Until 1998, they lived in LaGrange GA, where she continued to teach and started her own family. Returning to South Carolina — Spartanburg — she did volunteer work with the schools and her church. In 2004, she started teaching at Dorman High School, eventually becoming a full-time visual arts teacher in the fine arts department. "Nurturing children as a mother and a teacher, I am deeply interested in interpersonal relationships and nonverbal means of communication," she said. "In 2014, I retired early from teaching art to pursue studio art full time. I became a member of WMAC in 2016 and participated in my first art exhibit in 2017."
    Dixon is a native of Nashville, TN, a city, she said, has endless creativity everywhere and anywhere. Her love of art started with her mother, who was an art dealer, and who made it a point to expose her daughter to the visual arts and music. An accomplished flute player, Dixon majored in art at Furman University and graduated in 2015. While at Furman, she was introduced to horsehair raku, which is her favorite firing technique. After graduating, Dixon and her husband moved to Spartanburg, and she joined WMAC in 2015. Since then, her ceramic work has been seen in galleries in South Carolina and Georgia. She will have 18-25 pieces of work in this WMAC exhibit, some of which will be for sale. Her website is chDixonPottery.com.
    Founded in 2009 as a non-profit organization housed in an old church near downtown Spartanburg, WMAC is the community's leading grassroots arts agency, providing affordable studio and gallery space. Currently, there are more 50 members, most of whom have studio space at the 20,000-foot facility. All of WMAC's members are local and practice a wide variety of art, from traditional canvas paintings and sculptures to quilting and videography. WMAC and its members are supportive of new and emerging artists. In addition, there are continuous exhibits, workshops, tours, open studios, and a gift shop stocked with only locally made art. It is located at 578 West Main Street, Spartanburg. For more information, please visit WestMainArtists.org or call (864) 804-6501.
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Friday

  • Aug 18th
  • 8:00am-5:00pm
  • TCMU Summer Camps
    Summer Camps 2017 On sale March 7 to members | March 14 to non-members Morning Camps are from 9am-12pm for ages Pre-K, completed grades K5-1, an...
  • August
    18
    Beginning
    Aug 18th 8:00am
    Ending
    Aug 18th 5:00pm

    TCMU Summer Camps

    Where
    300 College Street [ Map ]
    Description
    Summer Camps 2017

    On sale March 7 to members | March 14 to non-members

    Morning Camps are from 9am-12pm for ages Pre-K, completed grades K5-1, and completed grades 2-3.

    Afternoon Camps are offered 1pm-4pm only for completed grades K5-3. Afternoon camps repeat morning activities.

    Pre-K Campers must be four by the start of camp.

    Special Offering: LEGO League Robotics camp for ages 10-14
    June 19-23 from 9am-noon

    Registration Process

    Full payment must be made at the time of registration.
    Emergency medical form must be completed prior to the start of Camp.
    Register by phone at 864-233-7755.
    Register online by selecting "register now" for your preferred week in the table below:
    Online registrants: Please carefully follow the instructions to ensure that you are registering your camper correctly. If you would like to add multiple weeks, click the link on the shopping cart page to "add another camp" before checking out. Your shopping cart will save for up to 30 minutes.

    Cancellation Policy

    No refunds are offered for camp cancellations. In the event of a cancellation, funds may be moved to another camp if space is available.

    Prices

    $140/member and $160/non-member includes a week of camp and parking!

    Descriptions:
    June 12-16: Art With An Artist
    Children are in for a treat in our Art Camp this summer. Explore various artistic mediums, from painting and drawing to exploring the art of fibers with a special Artist-in-Residence. Students will end the week by setting up an art gallery for parents, grandparents and other family members to see their final masterpieces.

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning- Little Picassos: Engage in multiple processes to create art with unique artistic tools.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Junior Artists: Explore various art mediums with our artist-in-residence.

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - Creative Cats: Paint, sketch sculpt, and more with our artist-in-residence.

    Completed Grades K5-3rd: Afternoon - Art: Activities will repeat from Junior Artist and Creative Cats camps.
    June 19 – June 23: LEGO Camp:
    Science, technology, engineering, and math come together in a week of engaging LEGO activities. Building with LEGOs helps make STEM concepts become more tangible through engaging, educational experiences. What will you build this week?

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning - LEGOs, Duplos, and More: Gain early STEAM experiences through building opportunities and play.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Junior LEGOs: Learn to solve challenges with simple machines during a week of building.

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - Expert LEGOs: Take LEGO building to the next level by working together to use motors and learn new skills.

    Completed Grades K5-3rd: Afternoon - LEGOs: Activities will repeat from Junior LEGOs and Expert LEGOs camps.

    Special Offering: LEGO League Robotics: Ages 10 – 14, 9 a.m. – Noon only
    Students with an interest in coding and LEGO League Robotics are encouraged to sign up for an entire week of camp to learn the ins and outs of robotics and coding. Work directly with our LEGO League coaches to gain experience in LEGO League and have fun working on a team.
    June 26-30: Invention Camp
    We are diving into the invention processes from Spark!Lab and using engineering design processes to spend the week creating and testing out projects. Along with getting special time in Spark!Lab while it's closed to the public, campers will learn idea creation techniques to impact learning and skill building.

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning - Little Inventors: Engage in challenges to invent and create in this hands-on camp.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Junior Inventors: Use the invention process to spend the week creating and testing out projects.

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - Solution Seekers: Come up with real solutions to real problems by using idea creation techniques.

    Completed Grades K5-3rd: Afternoon - Invention: Activities will repeat from Junior Inventors and Solution Seekers camps.
    July 10-14: Dinosaurs
    Explore the world of dinosaurs in this week's camp. Students will investigate how dinosaurs lived by exploring their diet, habitats, bones, and more. Participate in hands-on activities related to dinosaurs and learn more about these fascinating creatures.

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning - Little Dinosaurs: Spend the week learning about dinosaurs through art, music, stories, and play.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Dinosaur Discoveries: Participate in hands-on activities to learn more about the different types of dinosaurs that existed.

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - Paleontologists: Investigate and research dinosaurs in engaging ways to learn more about their diet, habitats, bones, and more.

    Completed Grades K5-3rd: Afternoon - Archaeologists: Activites will repeat from Dinosaur Discoveries and Paleontologists camps.
    July 17-21: Space
    3,2,1… Blastoff! How does an astronaut survive in space? What is it like on other planets? Explore outer space in this camp.

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning - Little Astronauts: Explore the sun, moon, stars, and more in this out-of-this-world camp.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Space Explorers: Space Explorers learn about astronauts and what it's like on other plants in this week's camp.

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - Space Cadets: Find out the various ways scientists learn about space through hands-on technology and activities.

    Completed Grades K5-3rd: Afternoon - Astronauts: Activities will repeat from Space Explorers and Space Cadets camps.
    July 24-28: Coding 101
    Spend the week exploring computer programming skills through interactive and fun projects. Students will have opportunities to work with special robots and computer programs to learn basic programming, problem solving, and more 21st century skills in this interactive coding camp.

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning - Little Coders: Use simple robots to learn early skills in coding and following directions.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Coding for Kids: Work with special robots and computer programs to learn basic programming and problem solving.

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - What's the Code?: Spend the week gaining computer programming skills through interactive and fun projects.

    Completed Grades K5-3rd: Afternoon - Coding: Activities will repeat from Coding for Kids and What's the Code? camps.
    July 31-August 4: Theatre for All
    Did you know introducing your children to theatre can also teach them skills based on collaboration, creativity, problem solving, and social development? Students will explore the world of theatre, from improv and scripts to designing props and puppets. This camp is for anyone who loves to imagine, play, make and act. No theatre experience required!

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning - Imagination Station: Engage in imaginary play, puppetry and other drama experiences.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Playful Puppeteers: Combine theatre and art by creating exciting puppets and putting on shows. Get a chance to see professional puppets up close!

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - Proud Performers: Explore the world of theatre, from improv and scripts to designing props and puppets.

    Completed Grades K5-3rd: Afternoon - Theatre: Activities will repeat from Playful Puppeteers and Proud Performers camps.
    August 7-11: Media Lab and Animation
    Students will have opportunities to explore our Studio and Animation Station like never before. Create a short stop-motion animation film by working together and creating characters, get a behind-the-scenes look at video editing, and learn more about the impact media has on our everyday lives. .

    Pre-K, 4 year olds: Morning - Little Storytellers: Learn storytelling, music integration, and more. Experience opportunities to learn early animation skills.

    Completed Grades K5-1st: Morning - Junior Animators: Work together to create a stop-motion animation film by creating characters, and getting an inside look at our animation station.

    Completed Grades 2nd-3rd: Morning - Media De
    Age Group
  • Friday

  • Aug 18th
  • 7:00pm-10:00pm
  • Greenville Drive Home Game vs. West Virginia
    View Website Fluor Field at the West End is located on the city block bordered by Main Street, Field Street, and Markley Street. The stadium is visible from August...
  • August
    18
    Beginning
    Aug 18th 7:00pm
    Ending
    Aug 18th 10:00pm

    Greenville Drive Home Game vs. West Virginia

    Where
    Fluor Field, 945 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601, USA [ Map ]
    Description
    Fluor Field at the West End is located on the city block bordered by Main Street, Field Street, and Markley Street. The stadium is visible from Augusta Street.

    FREE Parking is available at County Square, approximately a 10 minute walk from the stadium. For the convenience of the fans, a complimentary shuttle service runs from County Square to the Field Street Gate. For a County Square parking map, click HERE.

    FREE Valet Parking is also available to our handicap fans. This service is available at the Main Street Gate. You do not have to worry about parking your car, because the Drive will do it for you. Your car will then be waiting for you at the conclusion of the ballgame.

    From points North
    I-85 South to I-385 North (Exit 51 toward Downtown Greenville)
    I-385 North becomes North Street
    Turn Left onto Church Street
    Turn Right onto University Ridge
    County Square Parking on the right

    From points South
    I-85 North to I-185 (Exit 42 toward Downtown Greenville)
    Continue straight as I-185 becomes Mills Avenue
    Turn Left onto Augusta Road
    Turn Right onto Harris Street
    County Square Parking on the left
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Friday

  • Aug 18th-20th
  • 7:30pm-2:30pm
  • Duck Hunter Shoots Angel - Play
    View Website The play is the uproarious story of two bumbling Alabama brothers who have never shot a duck but think they shot an angel. As they lament their fates ...
  • August
    18
    Beginning
    Aug 18th 7:30pm
    Ending
    Aug 20th 2:30pm

    Duck Hunter Shoots Angel - Play

    Where
    101 East North Broad Street, Walhalla, SC 29691 [ Map ]
    Description
    The play is the uproarious story of two bumbling Alabama brothers who have never shot a duck but think they shot an angel. As they lament their fates in a murky swamp, they are chased by a cynical tabloid journalist & his reluctant photographer, who don't believe any of it—until feathers, wings & a tiara are discovered along the way. The play hysterically interweaves a love story, sibling rivalry, tawdry media, race relations & cultural stereotypes as the chase to find the angel builds to a crescendo in the swamp. Ultimately a sweet allegory about redemption, The play has been hailed by audiences as a rare comedy with a surprisingly heartfelt lesson. Directed by Jimmy O. Burdette.
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Saturday

  • Aug 19th
  • 12:30pm-4:30pm
  • Bon Dance Japanese Culture Festival
    View Website The 22nd annual Bon Dance Festival is August 19, 2017! Join us as we celebrate the end of summer with a Japanese culture festival. Enjoy taiko dru...
  • August
    19
    Beginning
    Aug 19th 12:30pm
    Ending
    Aug 19th 4:30pm

    Bon Dance Japanese Culture Festival

    Where
    225 S Pleasantburg Dr [ Map ]
    Description
    The 22nd annual Bon Dance Festival is August 19, 2017! Join us as we celebrate the end of summer with a Japanese culture festival.

    Enjoy taiko drumming with Ronin Taiko, delicious food and snacks, Japanese crafts, games, martial arts demonstrations, traditional Japanese arts, and of course the Bon Dance or bon odori featuring participants in colorful kimono, happi coats, and yukata.

    Admission and participation in many activities are free. Tickets can be purchased for food and games. This event is family-friendly, and is held indoors in comfortable air conditioning, regardless of weather conditions.

    For more information visit The Japan-America Association of South Carolina website: jaasc.org
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
  • Saturday

  • Aug 19th
  • 7:00pm-10:00pm
  • Greenville Drive Home Game vs. West Virginia
    View Website Fluor Field at the West End is located on the city block bordered by Main Street, Field Street, and Markley Street. The stadium is visible from August...
  • August
    19
    Beginning
    Aug 19th 7:00pm
    Ending
    Aug 19th 10:00pm

    Greenville Drive Home Game vs. West Virginia

    Where
    Fluor Field, 945 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601, USA [ Map ]
    Description
    Fluor Field at the West End is located on the city block bordered by Main Street, Field Street, and Markley Street. The stadium is visible from Augusta Street.

    FREE Parking is available at County Square, approximately a 10 minute walk from the stadium. For the convenience of the fans, a complimentary shuttle service runs from County Square to the Field Street Gate. For a County Square parking map, click HERE.

    FREE Valet Parking is also available to our handicap fans. This service is available at the Main Street Gate. You do not have to worry about parking your car, because the Drive will do it for you. Your car will then be waiting for you at the conclusion of the ballgame.

    From points North
    I-85 South to I-385 North (Exit 51 toward Downtown Greenville)
    I-385 North becomes North Street
    Turn Left onto Church Street
    Turn Right onto University Ridge
    County Square Parking on the right

    From points South
    I-85 North to I-185 (Exit 42 toward Downtown Greenville)
    Continue straight as I-185 becomes Mills Avenue
    Turn Left onto Augusta Road
    Turn Right onto Harris Street
    County Square Parking on the left
    Age Group
    Family Friendly
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