Eggtastic Easter Event
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.
Ovation Brands Inc., a Greer-headquartered owner of Ryan’s and four other buffet brands, has announced it has hired financial advisors Duff & Phelps to assist in a possible sale of the business.
Ovation CEO Anthony Wedo told Nation’s Restaurant News, there are “several interested parties,” but it’s too early to say whether the company will be sold.
Step into the Room of Honor at Ryan’s Restaurant at 1501 W. Poinsett Street and sense the reverence, respect, pride and camaraderie.
Pictures of favorite sons of greater Greer communities tell the stories of military contributions and sacrifices in wars dating from World War I. Pictures of sons who followed their fathers in conflict on behalf of a grateful nation are aligned to reflect their relationships.
A barbecue delivery fundraiser for Miss Greater Greer Anna Brown and Miss Greater Greer Teen Emma Kate Rhymer is taking order now through March 25. Delivery to schools and businesses, minimum 3 orders, is Friday March 27.
A plate is $7 and includes barbecue, beans, slaw, chips and a brownie.
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.
Greer Community Ministries is collecting dried beans and peanut butter this week for the Food Pantry. Towels and sheets are needed in Sharon's Clothing Closet.
Donations may be dropped off from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, 738 S. Line St. Ext.
Subway restaurants in South Carolina plan to donate 5,000 catered meals and $25,000 for S.C. National Guard troops participating in Vigilant Guard Training exercises in March.
The restaurant’s campaign will feature 30-ounce Subway, Coca-Cola and USO cups while supplies last. Each cup has a code on it that consumers can text for a chance to win a trip to the Firecracker 250 during the July 4 weekend at Daytona International Speedway.
Lowes Foods will be anchoring its first grocery store in the Upstate at Riverside Commons, across from Riverside High School, GreerToday.com has learned.
The new concept store, to be built at the corner of Hammett Bridge Road and Suber Road, will be 42,500 square feet and employ about 100. Tentative opening is spring 2016.