Katina and Tim Shirley closed on their five-acre farm in West Pelzer on Nov. 12. On Dec. 3 and 4, they will host Christmastime at Dalrymple Place, a two-day holiday celebration at the South Carolina century farm that will benefit a new Upstate gathering home for siblings in foster care.
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.
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.
Sarabeth McCall started her business in her college dorm room. Today, she owns Sarabeth Jordan Boutique in downtown Laurens and is doing her part to encourage Upstate residents to shop local for the holidays.
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.
The Ingles Open Road visits a North Carolina National Heritage Site three miles south of the picturesque town of Saluda. It’s a 268-acre glen that houses a gem on Colt Creek. Welcome to Pearson’s Falls.
Elizabeth McDaniel calls it the longest, softest opening ever. But LaRue Fine Chocolate in West Greenville has found its footing after launching a retail store in the middle of a worldwide pandemic.
It started in 1999 as a roadside stand. More than 20 years later, Bee Well Honey can be found in major grocery store chains around the Southeast, at independent retailers and farm stores across the Upstate, online, and of course, at Bee Well Honey Natural Market in Pickens.
Does your family have a favorite holiday recipe? Enter it in the Carolina Eats Holiday Traditions Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles for a chance to win a $250 Ingles gift card.