Downtown Anderson’s newest brew pub, Magnetic South Brewery, is open at 115 North Main Street. The 10,000-square-foot building is the company’s first production brewery.
Good to Know
Here’s some information about Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens you should know.
The third major improvement project along the Anderson County portion of the Saluda River Blue Trail was unveiled this week with the opening of the Sen. M.W. Gambrell Access Park at Belton Landing.
Tucked away off Mauldin Road in Greenville is a 25,000-square-foot building that for seven months out of the year resembles Santa’s workshop. It’s the home of the Greenville Woodworkers Guild where each year members make more than 1,000 toys for Upstate children.
More than 40 restaurants and distilleries from across the Southeast will take part in the inaugural Hog & Barrel: A Bourbon, BBQ & Bacon Festival this November in Greenville.
A generous gift from retired Spartanburg ophthalmologist Dr. Lawrence Roël and his wife, Dr. Kathryn Hicks, will fund a creek stabilization and beautification project on SCC’s Giles campus and a multi-year project focusing on ecology and environmental stewardship.
Most of us know Ken Burns the filmmaker and documentarian. But did you know about Ken Burns the quilt collector? Uncovered: The Ken Burns Collection, an exhibition featuring 26 hand-sewn historic quilts from Burns’ personal collection, is on display at Upcountry History Museum through Jan. 30, 2022.
It’s been 22 years since Mable Clarke held her first fish fry to benefit Soapstone Baptist Church in Pickens County and this Saturday, October 16, will mark her last.
The hills and hollers around Hagood Mill Historic Site in Pickens will come alive with tall tales and scary stories of Appalachia when the Storytelling Festival and Liars Competition comes to the mill this weekend, Oct. 15 and 16.