Trade Street will be closed all day Saturday for Oktoberfest scheduled downtown.
The 300 block of Trade Street and the Depot parking lot will be closed Sunday noon to 5 p.m. for a car show.
The 10th annual Benson OctoberFAST benefitting Greer Community Ministries is Saturday, at Greer First Baptist Church, 201 W. Poinsett Street.
The event will celebrate the 80th birthday of Jim Benson, owner of the Benson Automotive group, the title sponsor.
The Greenville Health System in upstate communities is hosting annual free flu shot clinics.
“One of the best ways to keep yourself and your family healthy is to schedule a flu shot,” said Sue Boeker, a GHS registered nurse and infection prevention specialist. “The shot has a proven track record in keeping people healthier during flu season and it’s especially important for those diagnosed with chronic diseases, including asthma, diabetes and lung disease to be vaccinated.”
Lake Robinson was as pristine Sunday as it is described to recreational users and homeowners on its banks within view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Foothills Philharmonic begins its 16th concert season Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Riverside Baptist Church.
The annual Pops Celebration Concert features the full symphony ensemble playing popular favorites featuring Brahms Symphony No. 4.
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Lake Robinson is all cleaned up and ready for its annual Day of Celebration next Sunday.
Winners of Tuesday’s Wing Fling can boast about their good fortune.
However, they will need a pretty big shelf to display their award – a golden, long-necked, standing upright chicken on a bigger than normal base.
Riverside Middle School will show the documentary,"SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age," in the school cafeteria for parents and students.
Physician and filmmaker Delaney Ruston, with insights from authors, psychologists and brain scientists, reveals how tech time impacts kids' development and also offers solutions on how adults can empower their kids to best navigate the digital world.
The renovated Century Park softball facilities, costing nearly $600,000, were in use for the first time this weekend at the Greer Police Department’s Softball Tournament.
The new press box and concession stand were closed, with small details to be completed, but the picnic area and newly poured concrete walkways and patio connecting the three fields were in use.
The inaugural Railfest held Saturday at City Hall and City Park was a huge playground of trains of all shapes and sizes for kids and adults.
The children were easy to spot with their Norfolk Southern hats feature puzzles and safety guidelines inside. And it was easy to find most of them as they were lined up throughout the entire four hours riding on the train that made its way throughout the park.
Award winning The James Brothers, Marshall and Leon, will be among the headliners at the 3rd Annual Story Telling Celebration “Let Me Tell It” Saturday at Little St. John Baptist Church in Wellford.
The all-day story telling and gospel music event is 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Guests are invited to bring lawn chairs.
The Vintage Market at the Park is hosting its fall event Oct. 15 at Greer City Park.
More than 95 vendors, the biggest turnout for the event, are expected for the seasonal pop-up market. Food trucks and live entertainment will also be featured for the 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. market.
The North Greenville University School of Theatre begins its 2016-17 season with an intricate play, Nora’s House, which will include audience input.
Nora’s House is adapted by NGU theatre professor and executive director of Greenville’s applied theatre center Dale Savidge from Henrik Ibsen’s classic, A Doll’s House.