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Tagged: downtown Anderson
The Anderson Arts Center is hosting The Art Market November 5-19 at its historic Carnegie Building on North Main Street and admission is free.
Fresh Taste, the City of Anderson’s annual spotlight on downtown farm-to-table dining, will have a new look this year as the event moves from Carolina Wren Park to a weeklong tasting at individual restaurants.
New murals have appeared across the Upstate recently, but some area towns have been enjoying these public panoramic paintings for years.
South Carolina artist and Anderson native Herman Keith Jr. joined Leadership Anderson Class 36 to design and install 1,700 square feet of dynamic, colorful public art in downtown Anderson.
A creative planning firm specializing in community economic development for small- to medium-sized cities and towns, Arnett Muldrow & Associates is the company behind the branding, historic preservation and revitalization plans of several communities across the Upstate.
The Bleckley Inn opened in downtown Anderson almost 10 years ago. Today, there are three Bleckley locations created from 12 older, repurposed downtown buildings offering downtown accommodations and event space.
Downtown Anderson restaurants are offering curbside pickup, takeout and some free food deliveries.