Carl Howell was eating lunch at the Greer Station Café Tuesday afternoon when a customer summoned his help. “I need you,” the person told Howell.
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Greer Century Park
Free family friendly films and pre-movie fun is scheduled at the City of Greer Moonlight Movies series in the City Park amphitheater each Thursday beginning June 4 through July 30.
All movies begin at dusk, but inflatables, games with prizes and dancing begins at 6:30 p.m.
Carolina Vine & Branch is opening a shop at The Depot at 300 Randall Street, suite G.
Kim Berry, owner of store, is planning a grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration on Monday, April 6.
“Faces in the Mirror”, a play exploring the subject of domestic abuse, will be performed at the Greer Opry House April 1-3 at 7:30 p.m. The play is being produced as the final thesis project of three Theatre Arts Graduate students in Greenville.
Admission is $8. The Opry House is at 107 Cannon Street.
Sister Hazel, an alternative rock band named for a local missionary who ran a homeless shelter, from Gainesville, Fla., will be the headline act at the 31st annual Greer Family Fest May 1-2.
New River Bluegrass, a Greer band that has reached the top of gospel music charts, and will perform at Dollywood during Memorial Day weekend, is also scheduled to perform.