The Harvest Market at Greer City Park returns Sunday.
The market offers food products, handmade gifts, candles, crafts, soaps and other items every Sunday from through Nov. 11 from 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Family Friendly Fun will take place Saturday in the City Park at the annual Halloween Hoopla provided by Freedom Fellowship Church. The event begins at 4 p.m.
Freedom Fellowship Church and the City of Greer will partner again this year to provide Halloween fun, treats, and entertainment for little ghouls and goblins on Saturday.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show returns for its third engagement in four years at the Greer City Park complex – only this year it's moving inside. The Cannon Centre will host the show tonight with pre-show entertainment at 9 p.m. and the film at 11.
Adults age 18 and over, the movie is rated R, will be admitted for one or more cans of non-perishable food to help feed the hungry in the Greer area.
“Silly String” will be banned from the Christmas Parade, pending City Council’s anticipated approval of the second and final reading of amending an ordinance tonight. Throwing candy from floats and vehicles, possibly endangering children, will continue to allowed without restriction. “Popper” and “Snaps”, types of fireworks, are also added to Ordinance number 34-2012.
The Greer Homecoming Parade, held two weeks ago in downtown Greer, had several instances of candy being thrown by parade participants from vehicles. Children darted from the curbs and grappled for the candy within feet of the moving vehicles.
Greer is hosting a culinary event never held before in downtown. It’s Foodie Events night, 5-8 p.m., as part of Tuesdays on Trade weekly promotion. More appropriately it’s Teacher Appreciation Night.
Visitors and teachers will be treated to a variety of skills of chefs from downtown Greer with the big finale a culinary competition – formatted like the food network’s “Chopped”.
It’s OK to look at the window dressing at EFS Fitness.
The Board of Architectural Review approved, in GreerToday, with special exemption, for EFS (Elevated Fitness Solutions) at 200 Trade Street to display its signage, that cost $1,500 to design and install. The board righted a wrong when City of Greer personnel did not provide documentation advising the new business owners to pursue approval in advance of storefront signage installation in the historic district.