It will be roaring lions outside Pathfinders' tents that will get the attention of campers at Hollywild Friday through Sunday.
The youth leadership training outreach program of Seventh Day Adventist churches will be holding their Carolina Conference at the animal theme reserve and park Friday through Sunday. More than 200 are expected to attend.
Trick or treaters stopped traffic on Trade Street tonight.
Merchants opened scores of bags of candy for children and parents dressed to celebrate Halloween. A pumpkin carving was held at the Greer Trading Post and a Thriller dance contest drew a Michael Jackson look-a-like at The Davenport.
Halloween in Greer Station is 5-8 o’clock tonight in Greer Station – Trade and Poinsett streets.
A pumpkin carving contest will be held 5-7 p.m. at the Greer Trading Post at 217 Trade Street. And a Thriller Dance contest will be at The Davenport at 230 Trade Street.
The Greater Greer Education Foundation will present its 6th Annual Education Gala on Saturday, Oct. 26, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Cannon Centre, 107 Cannon Street.
All proceeds benefit the Education Foundation and will be given to area schools, students and community projects in the form of grants and scholarships. In the past three years, the Foundation has awarded ?39 scholarships and 36 grants for a total of $57,650.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show returns to the Cannon Centre on Friday, Oct. 25. The pre-show, which includes a costume contest, begins at 10 p.m., and the film begins at 11.
The City of Greer annually produces what has become a Halloween tradition, with guests dressing like characters and tossing food items. The movie’s rating means only those 18 or older may attend.
More than 400 automobiles will be presented at the EURO Auto Festival Friday and Saturday at the BMW Zentrum. Saturday's vehicle showcase is free.
Ferrari, with more than 40 representatives registered, is the featured marque and, for the first time of the event, all classes will be grouped in year of manufacture order. The event annually draws upwards of 10,000 spectators. Vintage, classic and antique European vehicles will be exhibited.
Anthony Wedo, CEO of Buffets, Inc., headquartered in Greer, learned a powerful lesson filming “Undercover Boss”, which will be televised on CBS this Friday.
“I am personally committed to families,” Wedo said. “I’ll tell you what “Undercover Boss” did for me. I knew we had certain issues out there, so I was excited to do the various jobs that I did in ‘Undercover Boss.’
Inez Hannon may be playacting on stage but the message she delivers in “Window Pains” is real.
There is no massaging the script, written by Greenville playwright Anne Pecaro. The script doesn't take literary license to stray from fact to fiction. Humor is the vehicle that portrays real-life health symptoms to a mostly unsuspecting audience that may come face-to-face with a health issue that is threatening their or a family member or friend's quality of life.
One of the gems of Greer's landscape is Lake Robinson and J. Verne Smith Park north of the city.
Wanda Garcia couldn’t have picked a more perfect day for the launch of “The Vintage Market at the Park” concept at Greer City Park on Saturday.
There were 30 vendors – the maximum – with their stations filled with vintage, homemade and re-purposed goods.
Gwen Blakley came to the Community Village Hospital Day understanding the value offered by it medical community.
Blakley received a flu shot, and with her sister, Jacquely, attended screenings and informational sessions offered for free at the Village Hospital campus. “If it’s available why not go through the screenings. You may never know what you may have.”
Vintage, homemade and re-purposed goods will be for sale at “The Vintage Market at the Park” Saturday at City Park.
Hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Fall like weather is forecast with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-70s.
Tom Laws shopped three Goodwill stores until he found the size 11 women shoes and style with heels that fit his wardrobe perfectly.
“I got some funny looks when I was trying them on,” Laws said.
The Greer State Bank Octoberfest is scheduled Saturday from noon to 10 p.m.
The menu will feature German food and desserts, beer and wine, bands on two stages and plenty of kid- and family-friendly entertainment. Food and beverage costs are $1 - $5.
The Friends of Lake Robinson Sixth Annual Day of Celebration is scheduled Sunday, Oct. 13 1-6 p.m. at Verne Smith Park. The park is located next to the Lake Robinson dam off Mays Bridge Road.
The annual celebration helps raise the visibility and character of the Lake Robinson community, projected by the City of Greer as one of two major residential growth points over the next 10 years.
There 's no better way to describe the food, drink and entertainment as euphoric at Euphoria over the weekend in downtown Greenville.
Eurphoria began Thursday night and lasting into Sunday. The event raises cultural awareness for local charities.