The Ingles Open Road visits Taylors Mill in Greenville County SC, a fascinating collection of really fun and unique businesses housed in a character-filled campus that dates back to the 1920’s.
Author: Livin' Upstate SC
This year marks the 19th Hartness Organ Series at Furman University. On March 17, Furman Organist & Music Professor Dr. Charles Tompkins will present a free recital that includes Irish melodies and hymns in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
The mill at Newry, SC was silenced in 1975 when Abney Mills closed the Oconee County plant citing an ‘extremely depressed home furnishings market.’ But by the end of this year, the former Courtenay Mill will come back to life as an apartment community.
Hosted by the City of Anderson, the 2022 Soirée will be a community-led festival in downtown Anderson featuring the visual, performing and culinary arts on April 29 and April 30.
‘Gone but not forgotten’ is etched on several headstones in the old cemetery along Oil Mill Road in Piedmont, but for decades the gravestones in Golden Grove AME Church cemetery – the oldest dating back to 1897 – were obstructed from remembrance by trees and undergrowth.
If you’re ready to probe the far reaches of the universe, experience the majesty of a mountain lake, come face to face with a wolfpack, and escape into the trails of the wilderness, you’ll want to visit Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium.
Grab your running shoes and head to Seneca, SC for the city’s Race for the Green 5k and Half Marathon event on Saturday, March 12.
Founded as Maynard Furniture Company in Belton SC in 1947, Maynard’s Home Furnishings is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2022 and a third generation of family ownership.