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Dining Out for Hospice Locations
JUL 14, 2015

The Chocolate Toad and Stomping Grounds on Trade St. in Greer are among the many restaurants donating a portion of proceeds to Hospice this week.

The full schedule and locations for the week of July 12-18, 2015 are posted at the link below.

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GGEF Gala raises $42,235 for education
NOV 26, 2013

The Greater Greer Education Foundation raised $42,235 at its Education Gala held Oct. 26 at the Cannon Centre.

The Gala is the Foundation’s only fundraising event.

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Lynn inspired in teen's ministry; plans musical festival Saturday
MAY 9, 2013

Leanna Morris, 16, with her mother, Christy, is the inspiration behind Lisa Hawkins Lynn’s all-day music festival fundraiser Saturday at the Stomping Grounds. Leanna’s April 20 fundraiser raised $20,100.

Lisa Hawkins Lynn found inspiration in a 16-year-old girl’s mission to build churches abroad. Leanna Morris, through Samaritan’s Purse, is raising money to build churches, about $15,000 each, in countries like Egypt, India, Bolivia or third-world nations.

Lynn is all-in supporting Morris and her ministry.  "Marne Hannon asked me to help, so when introduced me to Leanna, I instantly knew I wanted to be a part of this bigger picture." said Lynn.

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Vows: It helps to have the numbers perfectly aligned
MAR 23, 2013

Lisa Suber and Grey Garland improvised their wedding plans.

"I am a numbers person. Since school the numbers 1-1-3 have followed me,” Lisa said. “113 was my bus number, my locker was 113, my first cashier’s number was 113 . . . everything I touched was 113.”

Lisa laughed when she described her grandfather’s emotional tie to 1-1-7. “We had 117 engraved on his gravesite, as a joke.”

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It's hot enough to fry an egg in Greer. Or is it?
JUN 29, 2012

An egg was placed on the sidewalk behind Stomping Grounds to test its cooking temperature.

It’s so hot the Stomping Grounds is cooking outdoors.

The temperature read 104 degrees, the hottest on record for this date in Greer. Lisa Suber, owner of the popular Greer coffee shop used the occasion to try the theory “How hot does it have to be to fry an egg outside on asphalt?”

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Wade crowned Greer Princess; Beauty reigns on Trade Street
MAY 5, 2012

Katelyn Wade, a freshman at Greer High School, won the Miss Greater Greer Teen Princess award.

Katelyn Wade, a fresman at Greer High School, is the 2012 Miss Greater Greer Princess crowned this morning at the Village Hospital Greer Family Fest.

Thirty-eight contestants vied for eight Miss awards, photogenic and participation awards. There were several ties in categories forcing the judges to have a second look at the contestants on stage.

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Noel Riddle performs this weekend at the Stomping Grounds
MAY 1, 2012

Noel Riddle will perform Friday and Saturday 7-10:30 p.m. at The Stomping Grounds.

The Stomping Grounds is at 208 Trade Street. Hours are 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and until 11 p.m. on Saturday. Call 801-1555.

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16 food vendors announced for Family Fest
APR 23, 2012

Sixteen restaurants and food vendors will be at the Village Hospital Greer Family Fest May 4-5. Seven restaurants will occupy the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport Food Court in City Park. Nine other vendors will be located throughout the festival.

“We are excited to offer a variety of food choices and options in our Greenville- Spartanburg Airport Food Court and throughout the festival. We hope people will eat lunch and dinner with us as well as treat themselves to some traditional festival food.” stated Dana Martin, of the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce.

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Saddle up and giddy-yap to The Stomping Grounds
MAR 29, 2012

Steve Porter will read Cowboy poetry, a form of storytelling that preserves the tales of life in the rural West. He won first place in the Rising Star Division at the 2010 National Cowboy Poetry Rodeo in Montrose, Colo.

Saddle up and giddy-yap to The Stomping Grounds Saturday night. Steve Porter will recite Cowboy Poetry in a unique portray of his passion for horses and the Western lifestyle.

Cowboy poetry is a form of storytelling that preserves the tales (both tall and true) of life in the rural West. The reading is 8-10 p.m. at the 208 Trade Street coffee and wine bar.

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Animal Rescue party at The Davenport Thursday
MAR 20, 2012

Jessica Monroe is turning her 30th birthday into a party Thursday at The Davenport to benefit animals.

Saved by the Heart Companion Animal Services is the fundraiser host from 8 p.m. – midnight.

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Stomping Grounds sets variety of entertainment
MAR 17, 2012

The Stomping Grounds, quickly becoming the place to visit and the place to be seen, has annnounced its upcoming entertainment and guest schedule. It includes music, parties, a political greet-and-meet and a poety reading.

Lisa Suber, owner/operator,  invites customers to visit the Stomping Grounds for breakfast or enjoy a variety of coffees while perusing the Internet.
 
Here are the upcoming events for the next couple weeks:
 
Tuesday, March 20  Elizabeth Wood playing acoustic guitar, 7-9 p.m.

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Stomping Grounds brings in more entertainment
MAR 8, 2012

Things will be hopping at the Stomping Grounds Coffee and Wine Bar with entertainment scheduled on six of the next nine evenings.

Lisa Suber, owner/operator, has scheduled Timeless Tunes on Fridays with Lacie on the piano tonight from 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. Saturday features open mic Poetry Night and Pop Cello with Sharon Gerber from 7:30 - 10:30 p.m.

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'A Taste of Greer Station' cookbook is on sale
FEB 1, 2012

The Greer Station Association’s first edition cookbook “A Taste of Greer Station” is on sale.  From unique appetizers to succulent main courses to decadent desserts, the cookbook features over 90 recipes from Greer Station contributors. 

The cookbook includes BIN112’s unique 5 cheese pimento cheese, Rivera’s okra perlau and Wild Ace’s baked spinach and red pepper frittata.

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Follow your nose to the Stomping Grounds
JAN 25, 2012

Before Lisa Suber could open the Stomping Grounds Coffee and Wine Bar in downtown Greer, there was much work to be done. Here she checks out details as work was progressing on the business.

The sunrise forecast for downtown Greer Thursday is mild temperatures, a 10 mph breeze and an aroma of fresh coffees percolating along Trade Street.

The Stomping Grounds Coffee and Wine Bar, at 208 Trade Street, opens at 7 a.m. as the newest addition to Greer’s “Restaurant Row”.  The grand opening next month will feature the launch of the wine bar

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