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Greer Christmas Parade is Sunday
DEC 6, 2020

Greer Christmas Parade is Sunday

The Greer Christmas Parade is scheduled for 2:30 Sunday with a scaled down version because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The theme is “Christmas Melodies”.

A virtual grand marshal vehicle honoring frontline healthcare workers leads the 63-unit parade on its 1.1-mile route. A sensory safe zone is on the first block of the parade route on Poinsett Street between Memorial Drive and Hubert Street. The parade turns left at North Main Street and ends at Cunningham Road.

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Healthcare workers honored at Greer Christmas Parade
DEC 2, 2020

Healthcare workers honored at Greer Christmas Parade

The Greer Christmas Parade will honor frontline healthcare workers with a virtual Grand Marshal vehicle leading the parade on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 2:30 p.m.

The festivities are held in conjunction with a weekend of activities organized by the City of Greer Christmas Tree Lighting on Friday, Dec. 4 and Greer Station Association.

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Junior Claus auditions Sunday in Greer
OCT 22, 2020

The Greer Children's Theatre Junior Claus auditions will be held Sunday, Oct.. 25, 2 and 3 p.m. at City of Greer Center for the Arts, 804 Trade Street, Greer.

Candidates should prepare 16 bars, 30 seconds, of a song and will be asked to do a cold read, and a short dance will be learned.

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Regal closing all theaters for second time this year
OCT 5, 2020

Hollywood 20 in Greenville often had an empty parking lot during its daytime movies.

Regal theater employees received a corporate email today informing them the movie chain is closing all its locations Thursday. Regal is shutting down theaters again less than two months after it started to reopen U.S. locations in August.

“I got the email that said we will be closing until further notice,” the employee told GreerToday.com. “It said it will be temporary but we’re not sure if it will open for the holidays or not.”

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Yep! That's a 20-foot skeleton you see
SEP 22, 2020

Yep! That's a 20-foot skeleton you see

Some people just know how to bring Halloween front and center. This 20-foot skeleton (yes, it is a 20-foot skeleton) in Taylors will certainly get your attention. His blinking green eyes are an added touch.

 But that wasn’t enough for the couple who put together the skeleton, they then added a scary cemetery scene, with a witch in a swing as  an added touch.

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Regal reopening theaters Aug. 21 with COVID-19 guidelines
JUL 29, 2020

Regal announced that it would be reopening locations starting Aug. 21 and masks will be required in the lobby, hallways, and restroom locations.  Patrons are able to remove them while eating or drinking in the auditorium — anytime at the move or the entire movie. 

Employees are required to wear masks, undergo daily health screenings and wash their hands every 30 minutes.

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Thursdays on the Patio with Centre Stage is July 16
JUL 2, 2020

Thursdays on the Patio with Centre Stage is July 16

Centre Stage will be hosting the next evening of its newly launched Thursdays on the Patio, on July 16, on the Patio fundraising event. The event is 7-9 p.m., for live music, food, drinks, and fun with friends at Centre Stage’s beautiful outdoor patio space in downtown Greenville at 501 River Street.

Guests are invited to browse the newly renovated lobby, listen to live music by Centre Stage talent, and view the colorful display of artwork by local artists in partnership with the Metropolitan Arts Council. Tipsy Taco will serve snacks and tacos.

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'Sheffey' scheduled for HD re-release
JUL 1, 2020

Sheffey”, produced by Bob Jones University’s Unusual Films, has been fully restored and will be re-released in HD July 4.

The award-winning 1978 motion picture “Sheffey”, produced by Bob Jones University’s Unusual Films, has been fully restored and will be re-released in HD July 4 to commemorate the 200th birthday of circuit-riding preacher Robert Sheffey. 

In conjunction with the HD rerelease, VCY America will stream “Sheffey” for free starting July 4. Watch the trailer.

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Stay-at-home ballet dancers adjust to online learning
JUN 24, 2020

It helps to have a training partner.


Although correcting students’ form and posture via Zoom is far from ideal, dance instructors found themselves having to figure out how to teach dance online because of COVID-19.

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Regal announces theaters to reopen in July
JUN 16, 2020

Regal announces theaters to reopen in July

Regal will reopen its theaters starting Friday, July 10 after a nearly four month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

There will be new safety and health procedures for employees and moviegoers, based on guidelines provided from the CDC and other public health organizations.

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Photography during quarantine: Will Crooks's 'You Can't Go Home Again'
JUN 14, 2020

Sue Portrait


Like many professional creatives, Greenville-based commercial and editorial photographer Will Crooks witnessed his work suddenly dry up after Gov. Henry McMaster issued a stay-at-home order on April 6. Only five days after the quarantine started however, Crooks shot the first images of his new project “You Can’t Go Home Again.”

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Greer cancels Freedom Blast, summer events
JUN 3, 2020

Freedom Blast and all summer entertainment events have been cancelled because COVID-19 and recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and social distancing.

Greer has announced the cancellation of its Freedom Blast festival and all its annual summer events because of COVID-19 and recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of social distancing.

The Moonlight Movies series and Tunes in the Park are also canceled, and the street festival planned for July 10 to celebrate the conclusion of the CenterG streetscape project will be rescheduled, according to the City of Greer’s Monday announcement.

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Sloan's 'Snow Barn' judged best Friends of Lake Robinson
MAY 13, 2020

Chip Sloan’s “Snow Barn” was judged the best of 44 entries in the Friends of Lake Robinson photography contest.

Chip Sloan won first place in the Friends of Lake Robinson Photography contest. Photographers submitted photos or artwork capturing the beauty of nature.

Sloan’s “Snow Barn” was judged the best of 44 entries by juror Joann Benzinger. Jamie Gray’s “Hesitant Kayaker” was judged second place and Jim Mulvaney’s “No Swimming! Just Sittin’” was third. Sloan was awarded $150, Gray $75 and Mulvaney $50.

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Foothills Philharmonic remainder of season is cancelled
APR 17, 2020

Kory Vrieze conducted the Foothills Philharmonic Orchestra.

Greetings from Foothills Philharmonic,

As many of you are aware, on March 15 we made the difficult decision to suspend all activities as an organization until April 15. This was a decision that was in line with the recommendations of both elected and public health officials. We had many hopes that this suspension would just be that, and not a cancellation of the remainder of the season. Unfortunately, it is quite clear that, while we are seeing light at the end of the tunnel as a nation, things have not improved to the point that we can finish the remainder of the season. Therefore, I have to make the unpleasant announcement that the remainder of the 2019-20 season has been cancelled.

While this is indeed sad news, let's seek to remember the 2019-20 season not as the one that was cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, let's remember what you, our loyal audience, helped us to accomplish this season. Together, we were able to create a brand new concert series (Spotlight Chamber Series), we held our second Future Stars Scholarship Competition, but most importantly of all, we celebrated the previous 19 seasons through repeat performances of classical favorites. All of the things that we were able to accomplish were done because of your support, and we want to thank you for everything from the bottom of our hearts!

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Frozen remains on schedule in Greer
MAR 13, 2020

All performances of Greenville Children’s Theatre’s Frozen Jr. are proceeding as planned this weekend at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center at 505 Main Street.

Performances are 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $15 adults, $12 seniors/students/military and $7 children 3 and under.

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Beach Boys scheduled for the Peace Center
MAR 13, 2020

The Beach Boys will play the Peace Center on Monday, Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m.

As The Beach Boys mark more than a half century of making music, the group continues to ride the crest of a wave unequalled in America’s musical history. The Beach Boys have become synonymous with the California lifestyle and an American icon to fans around the world.Since lead singer Mike Love penned the lyrics to The Beach Boys’ first hit, "Surfin’" (1961).

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Magic Camp scheduled during spring break
MAR 13, 2020

Magic Camp scheduled during spring break

A Magic Camp is scheduled April 13-17, over Spring Break, at the Greer Arts Center. The City of Greer and Upstate Magic Academy is partnering with the event. The 5-day camp is 9 a.m.-noon.

The camp will teach life lessons and magic tricks.

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Cancelled: Itzhak Pearlman concert
MAR 10, 2020

Itzhak Pearlman

Due to travel precautions, Itzhak Perlman has cancelled several of his upcoming concert dates, including Thursday’s Peace Center concert.

Ticket buyers will automatically receive refunds based on their method of payment within the next 48 hours.

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'A Peep Behind the Scenes' follows Logos Theater's philosophy
MAR 9, 2020

Noah Stratton Executive Director Logos Theatre

• Performance dates, tickets.


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BJUGrass comprised of 5 students and a President
MAR 1, 2020

• Listen to BJUGrass here.


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