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Get ready for Halloween Hoopla Saturday
OCT 26, 2012

Get ready for Halloween Hoopla Saturday

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.

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Rocky Horror Picture Show is tonight at Cannon Centre
OCT 26, 2012

Rocky Horror Picture Show is  tonight at Cannon Centre

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.

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The Martians are landing at Blue Ridge
OCT 22, 2012

Blue Ridge students Katie Weaver and Jordan Smith will reenact the

On Sunday, October 30, 1938, Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre took to the airwaves and presented “The War of the Worlds”, a radio show so realistic that it sent the nation into a frenzied panic.

Blue Ridge High School’s Theatre at the Ridge will be stage the same script for its fall play, “War of the Worlds”. The production is by the Theatre of the Ridge.

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Charlotte's Web begins two week run tonight in Greer
OCT 19, 2012

"Charlotte’s Web", a Greer Children’s Theatre presentation, begins its two weekend run tonight at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center.

Admission is $15 adults, $12 students/seniors and $7 for children under 5.  Purchase tickets here.

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Ghost tours in Greer scheduled Tuesdays Oct. 23 and 30
OCT 19, 2012

Ghost tours will be held downtown Oct. 23 and 30 at 5 and 6:30 p.m. in downtown Greer.

Joada Hiatt, former director at the Greer Heritage Museum, will conduct the tours. Meet at the Depot at Trade Street. The cost is $5 per person.

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Greer, South Carolina meet Greer, Arizona
OCT 18, 2012

There is no comparison to the seasonal population of the Arizona town (181) versus Greer’s bustling population of 25,515, according to the 1010 Census.

Greer is a megalopolis compared to its namesake in Arizona, just outside Phoenix.

Greer, Arizona can claim a higher elevation (8,500 feet to Greer’s 1,016 feet). And with that comes an average eight feet of snow each year.

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Norman: 'No hype this year. We're taking care of business.'
OCT 17, 2012

Greer High School Band Director Jeff Norman says the school's talented marching band, with 21 seniors, is ready for the Upper State 3A Championships Saturday at Byrnes High School. Greer plays at 4:45 p.m.
 

Jeff Norman, Greer High School Marching Band Director, said the band and color guard are ready and confident heading into Saturday’s 3A Upper State championships at Byrnes High School.

“There’s no hype this year. We’re just going out there and take care of business,” Norman said.  “Going into the Upper State we feel confident.”

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Rocky Horror Picture Show is moving indoors
OCT 17, 2012

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 Friday, Oct. 26 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.

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Saffy's leadership provides color guard with role model
OCT 17, 2012

Lauren Saffy, a senior and 3-year captain of the band color guard, is the Greer High School Fall Sports Student-Athlete of the Week. 

Lauren Saffy, a senior with the Greer High School color guard, is the Student-Athlete of the Week.

Saffy, a three-year captain of the color guard, has led her squad to two consecutive Best Color Guard finishes, at the Byrnes Tournament of Bands (Oct. 6) and Chesnee Eagle Classic (Oct. 13.).

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Chefs exhibit a variety of skills on Trade Street tonight
OCT 16, 2012

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”.

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Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Pageant set for Nov. 10
OCT 11, 2012

The 2012 queens are from left to right: Alyssa Cumbee, Miss Wade Hampton Taylors; Kristen Chester, Miss Wade Hampton Taylors Teen; Makayla Stark, Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Teen; Chelcee Coffman, Miss Blue Ridge Foothills.

The Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Pageant will be held Nov. 10 at Blue Ridge Middle School.

The categories for the Pageant are: interview, fitness; talent and evening gown. The ages are 13-17 for teens (must be a junior in high school or less); the Miss ages are 17-24. They must be a senior in high school and cannot turn 24 before December 31. 

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Free Lake Robinson celebration scheduled Oct. 21
OCT 9, 2012

The Friends of Lake Robinson will hold a free day of celebration on Sunday, Oct. 21 at Verne Smith Park from 1-6 p.m.

The event raises the visibility and highlights the character of the Lake Robinson community.

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Art and Wine store opening on Trade Street
OCT 7, 2012

Michelle Scruggs introduces visitors to Oktoberfest on Saturday to the Art and Wine Shop on Trade.  Scruggs will base her photography business in the shop and an Art and Wine shop at 205 Trade Street will feautre instructors teaching art.

Art and Wine on Trade opened its doors Saturday during Oktoberfest to give visitors a sneak peak at the shop that will have its grand opening Oct. 20.

Michelle Scruggs Photography will also be located inside the shop.

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Road closings at Oktoberfest
OCT 5, 2012

The following roads will be closed Saturday, Oct. 6 from 6 a.m. until Sunday, Oct. 7 at 1 a.m.:

• Trade Street from Poinsett Street to railroad tracks

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Oktoberfest entertainment schedule is set
OCT 4, 2012

The entertainment schedule for Saturday’s Oktoberfest in downtown Greer features a variety of German music from bands, singers, dancers, and a strolling accordion musician.

And there is a special venue set up for Clemson and South Carolina football fans to watch their teams’ games. Clemson plays Georgia Tech at 3:30 p.m. and South Carolina plays Georgia at 7.

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Singleton named Young Miss Greer and Overall Queen
OCT 2, 2012

Hunter Elizabeth Singleton was named Young Miss Greer and Overall Queen at the Little Miss Greenville/Greer Pageant.

Hunter Elizabeth Singleton, 12, was named Young Miss Greer and Overall Queen at the Little Miss Greenville/Greer Pageant. She will represent Greer in the 2013 Young Miss South Carolina Pageant in Hartsville next June.

Singleton is a 7th grade student at Florence Chapel Middle School and is the daughter of Chad and Angela Singleton.

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Commemorative book celebrates Greenville Tech's growth
OCT 2, 2012

“Growing Greenville for 50 Years: A Celebration of Greenville Technical College 1962-2012.”

The Greenville Tech Foundation has released a commemorative book, “Growing Greenville for 50 Years: A Celebration of Greenville Technical College 1962-2012.”

The book, celebrating Greenville Tech’s 50th anniversary, has been in the works for 18 months compiling decades of information, photos and stories. The book serves as a retrospective of the past 50 years – since 1962.

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Greer Children's Theatre to perform Charlotte's Web
OCT 1, 2012

Greer Children's Theatre to perform Charlotte's Web

Charlotte’s Web will be performed by the Greer Children’s Theatre Oct. 19-21 and 26-28 at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center.

Friday and Saturday, Oct. 19-20 and 26-27 dates are 7 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 21 and 28, performances are 2 p.m.

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