Holiday parades, festivals and celebrations that were sidelined last year due to COVID-19 are making a comeback this year as Upstate cities and towns host everything from tree lightings to ice skating.
Hendersonville’s collection of holiday events, known as Home for the Holidays, returns this year with festivities starting the day after Thanksgiving and running through the end of the year.
Upstate muralist Adam Schrimmer takes his passion for public art inside Greenville’s Children’s Museum
Upstate muralist Adam Schrimmer is taking his passion for public art inside with his latest project called “Rooftop Dreams” at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate in Greenville.
The Military History Center of the Carolinas will be open on Memorial Day, May 31, from 10 am until 4 pm. The museum is at 14 Airport Road Extension in Greenville, next to the Runway Park and the Runway Café at Greenville Downtown Airport. Admission is free.
Want to make your timeline pop? Social media users across the Upstate can take their selfies to an entirely new level when The Pixel Experience opens in Greenville on May 6.
Pigskin Peanuts featuring work of cartoonist Charles M. Schulz opens Jan. 16 at Upcountry History Museum
The Upcountry History Museum in Greenville, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is keeping the gridiron spirit going with a new exhibit, Pigskin Peanuts – From the STEM Zone to the End Zone, opening Saturday, January 16, 2021.
Healthy Smiles’ Golden Crown Contest raising funds for free dental screenings for Spartanburg children
This week kicks off Healthy Smiles’ Golden Crown Contest, an online event raising funds to provide free dental care for children in Spartanburg County and showcasing the creativity of Spartanburg area dental practices.
For 24 years at Christmastime, thousands of cars, vans, buses and even limousines streamed down Adger Street in Pelzer to behold people dressed in suits of colorful lights. After a six-year hiatus, The Pelzer Light People returned last year and are back in 2021.