The Greenville Textile Heritage Society invites area residents to a “Come See The Park” event at Greenville Textile Heritage Park on Saturday, November 6, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
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Greenville Textile Heritage Park got a recent boost with a $5,000 Palmetto Pride grant that will help keep the area clean as use of the park increases.
As interest in revitalizing former textile communities along Greenville’s Textile Crescent ramps up, Greenville Revitalization Corporation is creating a consulting division to work with developers, realtors, property owners and businesses wanting to locate there.
After half a century, Greenville County’s Textile Crescent is again at the center of opportunity, with the Woodside and Monaghan Mills area on track to see its first new construction in 50 years.
Learn more about Greenville’s textile heritage and the entrepreneurs who built the industry during new mill tours offered by Greenville History & Culinary Tours.
Building An Empire: The Textile Center of the World, a documentary about Greenville’s rise as a textile giant, is available for veiwing.