The Greer Station Vintage Christmas is Thursday through Saturday at Grace Hall.
The indoor event will benefit Saved by the Heart, a non-profit for animal rescue serving Greer. Last year’s event helped raise funds for the rescue’s veterinary, food, maintenance bills and foster program.
Two holiday events scheduled in Spartanburg have been postponed tonight and rescheduled.
Rain throughout the day Tuesday and more scheduled tonight made event planners rework their calendars.
• Gee will lead Greer High School Marching Band
Greer Police Chief Dan Reynolds is the grand marshal for Sunday’s Christmas Parade.
The Greer Christmas Tree Lighting with activities is scheduled Friday at Greer City Park.
A fire at the concessions building in the Santa’s Village of Hollywild Animal Park was reported by a park official.
No people or animals were hurt, reported Kim Atchley, Executive Director of the park.
Jason Clark, honored as the Restaurateur of 2014 and 2016 in the Upstate, demonstrates how to carve a turkey and present a beautiful plate of food for the family and guests on Thanksgiving.
Greer wrapped its arms around Cliff Harpst, a WWII hero, who settled in Greer in 2007
Upon moving to the City of Greer following his wife’s death in 2007, World War II veteran Cliff Harpst became a fixture in the community, weaving tales about his life and war experiences throughout downtown Greer.
Deadline to register for this year’s Christmas parade – themed “A Vintage Christmas” in Greer, is Wednesday.
The parade is scheduled Sunday, Dec. 4 at 2:30 p.m. The lineup begins at 1:15 p.m.
Children saw a free performance of “Clara’s Nutcracker Journey” Saturday morning at the Greer library.
The free story time ballet was presented by the International Ballet of Greer.
Blair Carrier, an 8th grade student at Bob Jones Academy and resident of Greer, will travel to the University of South Carolina in January to compete as a Division Finalist (ages 11-14) in the Southern Division of the Music Teacher National Association (MTNA) Junior Woodwind Competition.
Blair, the daughter of Randy and Julie Carrier of Greer, won the State Junior Woodwinds Competition of the South Carolina Music Teachers Association at Converse College on Nov. 4.
Veterans Day is Friday, Nov. 11, and many national chains are saying "thank you" to veterans and active military members by offering freebies and deals on food and drinks.
The Blue Ridge High Honors Choir has launched its last fundraiser of the year to raise money to travel to the Smoky Mountains Festival in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., next year.
Due to the choir state competition getting canceled, the school is reaching out for community support to compete in what students call “really prestigious competition”.
The Greer Cultural Arts Council is offering volunteers show tickets, merchandise and program recognition by joining its pARTners initiative.
Volunteer hours and rewards: