Spring 2020 arrived about the same time as school closings and work-from-home orders. With few places to go and more time on our hands, our yards and gardens have become getaways for reducing worry and stress.
Things to Do
Looking for things to do and places to eat? We got you covered. We show you all the fun things to do in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens counties.
Another local scene sidelined by the Coronavirus outbreak is live music, and in the Upstate, that represents a heavy slice of both entertainment and employment. Sunday Songwriters is trying to help.
Interesting times require creativity, so join us for our first-ever virtual author event with international bestselling author Kristin Harmel on Wednesday, April 8, at 6 p.m.
Upstate restaurants are perfecting takeout, curbside delivery, home delivery, and online ordering and pay options to weather the storm caused by the Coronavirus crisis.
Submit your recipe for the Carolina Eats Memorial Day Chillin’ & Grillin’ Recipe Sweepstakes, now until April 30, for a chance to win some great prizes.
Pink On Main is leading a volunteer effort to make masks for Spartanburg area healthcare providers who are on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. Help by donating supplies or volunteering.
Fairforest Church of God in Spartanburg will hold an online worship service at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday with Pastor John Petty III.
Fostering Great Ideasa, a nonprofit organization in Greenville and Spartanburg counties, is recruiting volunteers to be virtual tutors for children in foster care.
The City of Greenville has launched Market Connect, an online resource guide highlighting TD Saturday Market vendors who currently have produce and/or product offerings for online ordering, takeout, gift card purchasing and/or in-person pickup.
Michael J. Orseck, MD is offering virtual consultations, prepayments for treatments at a later date, and curbside product pickup.
Building An Empire: The Textile Center of the World, a documentary about Greenville’s rise as a textile giant, is available for veiwing.
Paint it up! in Chesnee is offering take-home DIY projects for kids and adults and will begin virtual classes later this week.
Being outdoors in nature is a great way to get much needed fresh air and exercise while practicing social distancing. Here in the Upstate, we have some great options for getting outside.
From home cooking to farm-to-table cuisine, the Upstate is a place for foodies. Now we’re sharing savory recipes from Upstate residents in Livin’ Upstate’s Carolina Eats Cookbook.
With schools closed across South Carolina through the end of March, parents will be looking for ways to keep their children busy and learning. Here’s a list of nine free learning websites to help.
With Coronavirus concerns shutting down school, you may be looking for a way to occupy the the kids AND spend some quality time with them.
Amid concerns regarding the coronavirus, several events are being canceled and postponed here in the Upstate.
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