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Signature Topiary Display & Map
Jun
1
to Jun 30

Signature Topiary Display & Map

See for Yourself Our One-of-a-Kind "Living" Sculptures in Uptown Greenwood!

Take a magical topiary tour through Uptown Greenwood. You’ll see 44 topiaries displayed around the Square, at the County Library, and at the Farmers Market. The whimsical horticultural creations showcase the Uptown Greenwood area during the SC Festival of Flowers.

Each topiary has been adopted by an organization and is sponsored by a separate organization.  Come see for yourself and stroll our Uptown Square day or night.

The Topiaries Design, Year-Round Maintenance, Care & Moving Provided By: City of Greenwood & City Public Works Department andHorticultural Department

Special Thanks: 

Director of Greenwood Public Works: Billy Allen

City of Greenwood Public Works Staff: Erek Leary, ChrisLewis, and Jeff SmallwoodCity of Greenwood: Len Bryan and mechanics crew

Greenhouse Staff: Gene Yarochowicz, Clint Price, TracyAnderson, Karla Coffey, Jimmy McInville, Amber Nappier, Dinna Fetters, and Ann Barklow

Greenwood County Lakelands Master Gardeners, volunteers from the community and our local schools

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Ladies Luncheon, "In a Southern State of Mind"
Jun
4
11:00 AM11:00

Ladies Luncheon, "In a Southern State of Mind"

Join us for one of the most anticipated events of the SC Festival of Flowers!

Step into “A Southern State of Mind” while you indulge yourself with southern hors d'oeuvres and a mimosa cash bar. Come adorned in your classic hats and fascinators for our unique hat contest. Get dolled up at the complimentary Belk Lip-Bar and enjoy a fashion show. Most importantly, sit back, and enjoy the entertainment provided the hilarious ladies of Cafe & Then Some, from Greenville, SC.

Featuring:
The Comedians and Southern Humorists from “Cafe and Then Some,” in Greenville, SC

OR Call the Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce, 864-889-9314.

$35 per person or $325 for a reserved table of eight

Welcome reception begins at 11:00 a.m. with Mimosa, Wine and Champagne cash bar.

For more information to purchase your tickets contact:
Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce
110 Phoenix Ave.
Greenwood, SC 29649
864-889-9314

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Juried Arts & Crafts Show
Jun
7
to Jun 8

Juried Arts & Crafts Show

Join us for one of the most popular and exceptional shows in the Southeast!

FREE Admission!
Food and concessions available by

Arts & Crafts Show
Friday, June 7
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

5:30 - 7:30 PM
Then Blooming Uptown Live Concert with the Eloveation starts at 5:30!  Shop till you drop then dance the evening away.

Arts & Crafts Show
Saturday, June 8
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Kidfest is a free event bringing kids of ALL ages to Uptown Greenwood

5:30 PM- 7:30 PM
Topiaries & Tastings Wine Walk starts at 5:30 p.m. Make sure you get your tickets early.

Jewelry

Wood & Home Craft

Sensory, Candles, & Lotions

Metal, Home, & Garden

You’ll be amazed at the incredible handmade and creative works, so get ready to shop!

The event features original work from talented artists and crafts people from all over the Southeast. All juried exhibitors’ work has been handmade by the exhibitors and must be their own original design and creation.

See the creative process in action with several of our exhibitors demonstrating their craft in their booths. Something for every taste and budget with items from the most contemporary to the most traditional.

Join us in Uptown Greenwood at the Uptown Market with close to 6,000 square-feet of space.

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Blooming Uptown Live Concert with ELoveation Band
Jun
7
5:30 PM17:30

Blooming Uptown Live Concert with ELoveation Band

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Featuring ELoveation!

There is no better place to enjoy an outdoor concert than the Uptown Market. Join Festival fans as we partner with Uptown Greenwood.

Friday, June 7th
5:30 p.m. 
Free Admission

Food and Concessions Available.

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This years entertainment will feature “ELoveation.” They are a South Carolina based band that is quickly gaining recognition for their intense musical energy, versatile vocals, sensational style and dynamic sound. The Eloveation experience is a show is like no other. They allow the audience to become absorbed by their high energy and style. Eloveation is an eight-piece outfit with a lead guitar, bass, keyboards, drums and outstanding vocals.

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Kidfest 2019
Jun
8
8:00 AM08:00

Kidfest 2019

Exciting Performances and Entertainment the whole family can enjoy!

Chalk it up Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest

8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., Uptown Greenwood, Oregon Ave.

All ages/categories/talent levels!


Come enjoy complimentary rides on the train!


Come see the family friendly strolling entertainment of The Amazing Stevie & Lewe the Clown!

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Catch the Amazing Stevie in 3 shows at Mid-day. His shows will culminate in his Great Chain Escape!!

They will be around the market area the whole morning! Look for the giant 48” red ball, atop you will find Stevie. Give him a wave, ask him to do a trick, pose for a picture- he loves to “have a ball!” Find Lewe by his bright red nose. He has fun interacting with crowds both young and old alike!

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Wildlife Geeks

Enjoy the Wildlife Geeks, Chuck Alberding, will be showcasing an incredible variety animals for the kids to experience and discover. Chuck introduces his entourage of mammals, snakes, reptiles, and amphibians to kids of all ages. His presentation focuses on the unique characteristics and habitat of the animals as well as the importance of conservation of all species. Kidfest will also include karate demonstrations, dance performances, activities, exhibits, face painting plus the Uptown Market Splash pad for your kids to enjoy.

Shows at 1:30 p.m. & 3:30 p.m. at the Museum, 106 Main St.

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Benjamin Mays Historic Site Tours
Jun
8
to Jun 9

Benjamin Mays Historic Site Tours

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Discover Greenwood's most beautiful home gardens and our very own City Garden.

Saturday, June 2
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 3
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Absolutely Free!

Born in Greenwood County, Dr. Benjamin E. Mays rose to become an American Baptist minister and civil rights leader who is credited with being “the principle founder of the Civil Rights Movement”.

The site contains Dr. Mays' birth home which was removed from its original location in Epworth in southeast Greenwood County and furnished with circa 1900 furniture. In addition, the site has a barn-like structure that serves as a modern museum and theater.

Visitors will find a large collection of his books, writings, films, speeches, and personal items. The third building on site is the original Burns Springs one-room African-American school, originally located in Epworth.

The yard surrounding the home site is reminiscent of a 1900s era sharecropper homestead that includes a cedar post clothes line, wash pot with rinsing tubs, chopping block, tree swing, old well, an original outhouse, and a family garden. The homestead is accented with a cotton field.

 For further information, please contact: Christopher B. Thomas at (864) 229-8833.

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48th Annual Emerald City AACA Auto Show
Jun
8
9:30 AM09:30

48th Annual Emerald City AACA Auto Show

Hosted by Emerald City Region, AACA
Benefits Greenwood County Veterans Memorial
Pre-registration for Vehicles - $15, Day of Show - $20

Top 20 Trophies Awarded by Popular Vote of Show Participants, Club Participation Award.  Club Judged: Longest distance, Best Paint, Best Interior, Best Truck, Best Orphan, Best Vintage (Pre-WWll), Best Chevrolet, Best Mopar, Best Ford, Best Foreign Car, Best of Show.  

Registration from 9:30 a.m. - 12 noon.

Goodie bags to first 50 entries--first come, first served. 

To register mail registration form to: Michael Johnson, 116 Crabapple Way, Greenwood, SC 29649.

For more information contact: Lewis, 864-227-3446, Jim, 864-506-3042 or Eric, 864-223-0541.
All cars and trucks welcome! 50/50 Drawing Raffle, prizes and music! 

Free for spectators.

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Garden Tours
Jun
8
to Jun 9

Garden Tours

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Discover Greenwood's most beautiful home gardens and our very own City Garden.

Saturday
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Sunday
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Absolutely Free!


ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

1635 COKESBURY ROAD 

Step inside this young prayer garden. You’ll be able to see the freshly planted garden and distinguish it from both the older more naturalized gardens you’ve already seen today. This garden space has been here for years, but the fountain and new plantings are providing a peaceful respite for garden goers. It is the hope of those who are tending it for it to provide an out-of-the-way perfect place to sit and meditate and hear the Lord and hear his nature. 


BARKLOW WILDLIFE HABITAT AND TEACHING GARDENS (SATURDAY ONLY) 

110 FERRY COVE ROAD 

Even if you’ve been here before, there’s always something new to see here. Master Gardener and City Horticulturist, Ann Barklow, has turned her entire yard into a classroom. Come hear all about planting natives, the importance of pollinators, and how to become a Pollinator Champion. If you’re interested in having a Monarch Certified garden, you can learn all about that too. You can also find out what to do with your leaves in the fall and get great composting tips. 


CITY GARDEN OF GREENWOOD 510 WEST CAMBRIDGE AVENUE 

This beautiful gateway is one of Greenwood’s crowning glories. Rich in history, this garden is quite often the backdrop for prom and wedding photos. Don’t miss the rose garden, the children’s garden, and even a peanut butter tree! 


COURTYARD AT SUNDANCE GALLERY (SUNDAY ONLY) 146 MAXWELL AVENUE (LOCATED ON THE REAR) 

This small courtyard garden attracts visitors all year long. It’s small size and unique shape has many ideas to offer. Small gardens are fun and can be accomplished rather quickly – perhaps a weekend project. Nearby you will find a meandering City garden behind the splash pad. Both are worth the visit. 


DR. BENJAMIN E. MAYS GARDENS AT THE GLEAMNS SITE 237 N. HOSPITAL STREET 

Dr. Mays rose to become one of the greatest international leaders of his generation. He is the most prominent citizen ever born in Greenwood County. At this quiet and surprising spot, you will can tour his actual childhood home, the Burns Springs school, as well as a museum in his honor. See the vegetable gardens including actual cotton plants and beautiful flowers surrounding this site. 


EMERALD FARM (SATURDAY ONLY) 409 EMERALD FARM ROAD 

Just minutes from the heart of Greenwood, this 75-acre gem graced with towering oaks and fruit trees is truly a hidden treasurer. If you’re looking for a little bit of magic, then a trip to this working farm is just what you’re looking for. Iridescent peacocks serenade you and perhaps even put on a display of beautifully preened and spectacularly decorated feathers. You’ll also find Swiss goats and llamas. Other displays include a delightful herb garden and a honey bee observation hive. Find the queen, learn all about what each bee’s role is in the hive, and the dangers of the current honey bee shortage. Bring the children for a ride the train. Plus view the amazing model railroad train museum, and browse their antique and gift shops. 


IMMANUEL LUTHERAN MEDIEVAL GARDEN 501 CRESWELL AVENUE EAST 

With guidance from retired horticulturalist Klaus Neubner, Immanuel Lutheran’s “Medieval Garden” was created to simulate what was a garden would be like during Martin Luther’s time in Europe. You’ll be impressed with how the plants were as useful as they are decorative. Come take a trip back in time to explore the uniquely decorative botanical garden. 


OUR LADY OF LOURDES CATHOLIC CHURCH PRAYER GARDEN, 915 MATHIS ROAD (LOCATED AT THE REAR OF THE CHURCH) 

Step inside this tranquil garden and you’ll feel the power of prayer and the healing sense of flowers. This garden is open every day and beckons visitors to come, sit, meditate, and search for answers to all life’s many riddles. 


THE MANY GARDENS AT WESLEY COMMONS (SATURDAY ONLY) 1110 MARSHALL ROAD 

Park in the main entrance parking lot, and be greeted by tour guides who will drive you by golf cart to the gardens of Wesley Commons. Many of the gardens are tended by the residents. You will see the impressive garden of Helen Bryan, a 92- year old native of Abbeville. You will tour the beautiful indoor gardens, and will also see a rain garden. The highlight of the tour will be the Bonsai garden of Bristol Court. Don’t miss this fun adventure! 

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Life of Honey Bees Observation Hive
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

Life of Honey Bees Observation Hive

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Come join the Lakeland Beekeepers at Emerald Farm for a fun and educational day!

An observation hive will be set up for you to catch a glimpse of the life of a honey bee. Find the queen bee without the worry of getting stung! See and learn about the equipment that the beekeepers use in their apiary. You will be amazed with what these little bees can accomplish in their short life.

Questions are welcome during the event! 

Join the fun, visit the farm, and ride the Emerald Farm Express. Pick up some honey, plants, bird houses or yard art too! 

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Topiaries & Tastings Wine Walk
Jun
8
5:30 PM17:30

Topiaries & Tastings Wine Walk

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Join us for our 10th Annual Topiaries and Tastings Wine Walk in Uptown Greenwood.

You'll taste some of the most exceptional wines at our local Uptown merchants while strolling among our Signature Topiary Display. This fun and lively wine walk is a Festival favorite.

Wine Tasting stops include:

  • Atlantic Bay Morgage

  • Blossom Shoes and Such

  • David Lindsey Clothier

  • Flynn’s On Maxwell Uptown Wine & Beer

  • Main & Maxwell

  • ReVamp Studio

  • The Museum

  • Spa On Maxwell

  • Sugar Boutique

  • Sweet Teas Children's Boutique

  • Thayers

  • Think Tank on Main

  • Voila Bridal and Formal

  • The Vintage Vault

WINE WALK TICKETS: $25 in advance, $35 week of event. Includes souvenir wine glass
Tickets on Sale at Flynn's on Maxwell Uptown Wine & Beer, 120 Maxwell Avenue, 864-223-9463 or the Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce, 110 Phoenix Street, 864-889-9314.

CHECK-IN: the Plaza at 323 Main Street for wrist band, your wine glass and wine walk map.

NOTE: You must be 21 or over and show an ID. According to our city ordinances, we require that you consume your tasting in the businesses. Walking with any wine in your glass is strictly prohibited on the sidewalks or streets. We greatly appreciate your cooperation and contributing to a fun and enjoyable evening tasting wines provided by the SC wineries and Flynn’s on Maxwell in our beautiful Uptown among the topiaries. Drink responsibly.
Thank you!

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Topiaries & Tastings Beer Garden
Jun
8
5:30 PM17:30

Topiaries & Tastings Beer Garden

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Join us for our Inaugural Topiaries and Tastings Beer Garden.

At the Beer Garden you’ll experience locally brewed beers from Good Times Brewery. This garden will feature music, finger foods, and a feel good environment to hang with old friends and make new ones.

Beer Garden Tickets: $20 in advance, $30 week of event. Includes souvenir beer glass
TICKETS on Sale at the Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce, 110 Phoenix Street, 864-889-9314.

CHECK-IN: the Plaza at 323 Main Street for your wrist band and souvenir beer glass.

NOTE: You must be 21 or over and show an ID. According to our city ordinances, we require that you consume your tasting in the garden. Walking with any beer in your glass is strictly prohibited on the sidewalks or streets. We greatly appreciate your cooperation and contributing to a fun and enjoyable evening tasting local beers provided by Good Times Brewery in our beautiful Uptown. Drink responsibly.
Thank you!

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Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Flag Day Celebration

Please join us as we celebrate Flag Day 2019!

Hosted by the Knights of Columbus of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church

The John Paul II Assembly will sponsor the Greenwood SC Festival of Flowers Flag Day Ceremony at the town square in front of Howard’s on Main, Uptown Greenwood.

Father Tebalt will open the ceremony with a prayer and the program will follow with a featured guest speaker. 

Palmetto Girls Sing will also perform.

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“It’s A Blooming Good Time!” Ladies Night at Belk
Jun
20
5:30 PM17:30

“It’s A Blooming Good Time!” Ladies Night at Belk

Ready to have a blooming good time...shopping?

Come out to Belk and celebrate summer and the 51st SC Festival of Flowers with a fun and fashionable celebration of what’s awesome in fashion right now! 

Enjoy special discounts and giveaways, wine, hors d'oeuvres, and music.So grab your girlfriends and visit Belk to shop 'til you drop! So come celebrate with us in style. 

Door prizes and refreshments provided.

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Musical Salute to America by the 246 Army Band
Jul
2
6:00 PM18:00

Musical Salute to America by the 246 Army Band

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Join us for our final event of the 52nd South Carolina Festival of Flowers!

Open to the Public, FREE

This amazing Musical Salute to America by the 246 Army Band will be showcasing tunes you love and sharing their talents and love of music.

The 246 Army Band has been performing for more than 75 years. As the premier touring musical representative of the S.C. National Guard, this acclaimed organization travels hundreds of miles each year presenting a variety of music to enthusiastic audiences.  

Through these performances, the 246 Army Band fosters the support of the American people for members of the armed forces and their efforts around the state.

More About the S.C. National Guard 246 Army Band

The 246 Army Band consists of 37 Soldiers/musicians who play in multiple ensembles to create the different touring groups.  These groups offer varied repertoire but consist of a standard ensemble of music of pop, patriotic and show tunes. 

The band was involved in multiple campaigns during WWII and has traveled overseas to areas such as Guam, the Dominican Republic, Hawaii, Key West, and Florida.  In recent years, the band has played for the South Carolina Governors Inauguration, the “Bojangles 500” at Darlington Raceway, 75th Anniversary of the christening of the U.S.S. Yorktown, “Fall for Greenville” and the “Red, White and Blue” festivals in Greenville, S.C.

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Greenwood Historic Churches Tour
Jun
3
1:30 PM13:30

Greenwood Historic Churches Tour

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Discover Greenwood's most beautiful and historical churches.

Sunday
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Absolutely Free!

The tour of historic churches in and around Greenwood is back! Churches on this year's tour are rich in history. One building dates back to 1860, another to 1890. You'll find a hand crafted wooden Communion Table in the shape of the cross which is the only one of its kind in South Carolina. You will see how stained glass windows tell stories from the Bible in unique ways. The craftsmanship in many of the sanctuaries and facilities is tremendous and adds uniqueness to each church. What a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon! 

Mountain Creek Baptist Church
108 Mountain Creek Road
Kirksey Community
Mountain Creek Baptist Church was established in 1798 and still occupies the third building
which was built in the 1890's. There have been only minor changes to the sanctuary in the past 150 years, and everyone who sees it for the first time are in awe of the feeling of simplicity and reverence.

Tranquil United Methodist Church
1702 McCormick Highway
Greenwood
Tranquil United Methodist Church was begun about 1820, under a brush arbor.  The first structure was a plain log house replaced later by a frame structure.  The present sanctuary was build in 1971. Tranquil has been called the birthplace of Greenwood Methodism.  We are known for our flags.  On patriotic holidays our drive is lined with over a hundred large American flags.  Our goal through the years has been to share the peace and love of Christ.

Rock Presbyterian Church
122 Rock Church Rd NW
Greenwood
First known as Rocky Creek Presbyterian Church, Rock Presbyterian Church as we know it today, was formed by missionary ministers from the Synod of New York and Philadelphia in 1770. Rock Presbyterian is known as the “Mother of Churches” as it had help start and organize churches in Ninety Six, Greenwood (First Presbyterian), Cokesbury and Coronaca. On the present grounds, the first house of worship was built of logs and used a broad flat- rock as a foundation and floor. This log church was replaced by a larger clapboard sided structure in 1815 and served as the sanctuary and classrooms until it tragically burned to the ground in 1959. Services were held in the old Quarry School, acquired earlier, until the present sanctuary was dedicated in 1959.

Ninety Six Presbyterian Church
120 Cambridge St North
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There have been three Ninety Six Presbyterian Churches in Ninety Six, dating back to 1774. The present church, the third location, was built in 1860 as a frame building. Following a tornado in 1944, with much structural damage, the building was repaired and brick veneer added.

First Baptist Church
722 Grace Street
Greenwood
The sanctuary of Greenwood First Baptist Church is noteable for both its beauty and its thoughtful design. The focal point of the sanctuary is clearly the large cross which hangs over the divided chancel. The gallery (balcony) features a smaller but more ornate Celtic cross, insuring that worshippers can see the cross from anywhere in the sanctuary. The hand-crafted wooden Communion Table, also in the shape of the cross, is the only one of its kind in South Carolina.

First Presbyterian Church
108 W Cambridge Ave
Greenwood
First Presbyterian Church first met in the Presbyterian High School Building in Greenwood in 1850. As the population grew in Greenwood, the congregation did as well. In 1899 the building now used as a fellowship hall was build, followed by the education wing in 1924. A tour of these buildings on the same floor would show the original stained glass windows, Wood ceiling and intricate woodwork.

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Main Street United Methodist Church
211 Main St North
GreenwoodThe year 2018 is a significant year in the history of Main Street United Methodist Church
because it will celebrate the 100th year of worshiping in its Sanctuary. The first worship service was held on November 16, 1918. The celebration will take place November 11th with Bishop Jonathan Holstein conducting the service in the format of the original service.

Founded in 1858, this historic church saw several different early structures before building its current Sanctuary with its huge stained glass window of Jesus questioning the Rabbis in the Jerusalem Temple when he was 12.

Connie Maxwell Baptist Church
215 Terrell Smith Ave
Greenwood    
The original frame structure used for a church on the campus of Connie Maxwell Children’s Home was built in 1893 to primarily house the Connie Maxwell School. After the 1962 decision of the Board of Trustees to relocate the church building, groundbreaking exercises were held October 11, 1964. The cornerstone was laid July 11, 1965. The first service was held on May 22, 1966, the 74th anniversary of Connie Maxwell Children’s Home. The ten  nave faceted stained glass windows, the highlight of the current church’s beauty, are a gift of the alumni.

The Church of the Resurrection Episcopal
700 Main St South
Greenwood
Our church was built in 1935 and is the third church building used by Resurrection in Greenwood. It was designed by noted Greenwood architect James Hemphill, who designed homes, schools, and other public buildings across the Carolinas. He used the Church of the Cross in Stateburg as his inspiration. The church is a simple neo-Gothic structure with thick masonry walls and hammer beam trusses. It seats 180 persons. The newest improvement to it is a Marshall and Ogletree digital organ. The parish has about 450 members and lively ministry.  

 

 
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Jazz Brunch and Tour, The Railroad Historical Center
Jun
3
11:00 AM11:00

Jazz Brunch and Tour, The Railroad Historical Center

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Join us for this New Orleans Style Jazz Brunch at The Railroad Historical Center.

We will be serving a delicious brunch in a historic 1924 dining car with Jazz music from an era gone by playing, what could be finer? Enjoy a complimentary Mimosa too!

Live music by:
Steve G and the Juniors
Buffet Brunch by:
Old Main Catering
Tickets: $50
Proceeds go to the Railroad Historical Center.

Tour the seven historic train cars, stroll through the beautiful gardens and enjoy the newly completed deck. We even have a new lift for easy access to the train cars.

For tickets and more information, call (864) 229-7093.

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Jun
6
to Jun 11

The Flotilla Winners

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Congratulations to our 2017 Flotilla Boat Winners!

Overall Winner

Boat 6 - Grand Harbor Homeowners Association

In the Business Category

1st Place Winner
Boat 4 - Susan Long Realty
2nd Place
Boat 2 - The Bradshaw Group

Homeowners Category

Winner
Boat 6 - Grand Harbor Homeowners Association

Individual Category

1st Place Winner
Boat 1 - Joe Chabra / Kazmarski Family
2nd Place
Boat 5 - Becky McIntosh

People’s Choice

Boat 1 - Joe Chabra / Kazmarski Family

 

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Jun
4
1:00 PM13:00

Little Miss & Wee Little Miss Contest - Flotilla on Lake Greenwood

Enter Today!

Little Miss & Wee Little Miss Flotilla Contests

 

2017 Little Miss Flotilla, 6 - 10 years old
2017 Wee Little Miss Flotilla, 2 - 5 years old  
2:00 p.m.
Registration
1:00 p.m.

Bringing back this popular event to Celebrate our 50th Anniversary.

Bringing back this popular event to Celebrate our 50th Anniversary.

An Event of the SC Festival of Flowers Flotilla on Lake Greenwood

Sunday, June 4, 2017
1:30 p.m - 5:00 p.m. 

Fellowship Camp & Conference Center
457 Camp Fellowship Road
Waterloo, SC

Music by Greenwood’s very own:
The Bonnie Situation

SUMBIT YOUR CHILD'S ENTRY TODAY!

Contestant Information:

  • 2017 Little Miss Flotilla, 6 - 10 years old
  • 2017 Wee Little Miss Flotilla, 2 - 5 years old  
  • All registrants will receive a # at registration.
  • There will be a 1st and 2nd place in each division.
  • Winners will receive a sash in recognition of their achievement.
  • All participants (who do not place) will receive a rose for entering.
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By checking you give your permission to enter this child in the contest.
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The Beach Dance
Jun
3
8:00 PM20:00

The Beach Dance

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Returning to our 50th Celebration...the Beach Dance!

Featuring the awesome sounds of the Swingin' Medallions Reunion Band.

Doors Open at 6:45 p.m. 
Free Shag Lessons starting at 7:00 p.m. 
Shag Contest too!

Tickets are:
VIP Table: $400
Table of 8: $250
Individual Ticket: $35
You must be at least 21 years of age.
Cash Bar Only | No Coolers 

Call the Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce for tickets, 864-223-8431 or email: info@scFestivalofFlowers.org

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