New Year's Eve Parties in Downtown Greer
DEC 27, 2016

There are some great options for celebrating New Year's Eve in downtown Greer.

The Final Countdown NYE Bash with Randomonium
Location:  Grace Hall @ 108 Trade St.
Price:  $25 advance & $30 at the door
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Upstate movie director offers opportunity to be in his next film
OCT 5, 2016

The film,

Upstate movie director KT Terry will be shooting a faith-based film called "Unconditional Surrender" throughout the Upstate in 2017.  The movie will tackle the PTSD struggle many veterans face upon returning home from combat.

"We lose 22 soldiers a day to suicide due to PTSD and you and I can be part of the solution." stated Terry. "Unconditional Surrender will focus on a soldier's return home to his family, and the battles he struggles with returning to a normal' life."

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Chamber honors distinguished Greer leaders
FEB 8, 2016

William Grady, left, received the Chairman's Award for Excellence from Donna O. Smith (sponsor Berkshire Hathaway C. Dan Joyner Realtors) and outgoing Chamber Chairman of the Board Mark King.

The 78th Annual Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce Awards celebrates members of the Chamber that have made an impact on Greer’s business community, and signifies the annual change of leadership of the chamber’s executive board.

Tony Kouskolekas, the President of Pelham Medical Center, is the 2016 board chair, taking over for from past chairman Mark King. 

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Church at Greer Station celebrates inaugural anniversary
AUG 29, 2015

Church staff and members minister to children and families attending Moonlight Movies at Greer City Park. 

The Church at Greer Station will celebrate its one-year anniversary at its new home next Sunday, Sept. 6.  A free lunch and birthday cake, catered by Laurenda's Catering, will follow the 10am service.

The church, founded by Trevor Hoffman and David Eill, held its first Sunday gathering at Greer Community Ministries on April 20, 2014. Five months later it moved to Grace Hall on Trade Street and held the first public service on Sept. 7.

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Shag dancing returns to downtown Greer
DEC 4, 2014

Carolina Shag is our state dance, and is most popular along the coast of SC, however after a 3 year sabbatical, it returns to Trade St in downtown Greer this Friday night.

The Davenport was host to over 30 dances a few years back with the live band The Out of Towners (now called the Carolina Coast Band).  These dances were an upstate favorite for people from as far away as 100 miles.

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Engaged? Start planning now. A to-do-list for brides-to-be
JAN 26, 2014

The decision to get married is the first of many big decisions you will be making in the weeks and months to come. 

Advertise in our Bridal and Wedding section.

• Free engagement and wedding announcement with photo(s).

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Harmonica Blow out!/Tribute to Peg Leg Sam! at Grace Hall
JUN 7, 2012

Harmonica Blow out!/Tribute to Peg Leg Sam! featuring Freddie Vanderford will be held Friday at Grace Hall, 108 Trade St. from 9 p.m.-midnight. Tickets are $10 and a portion of the proceeds will go toward the Lupus Foundation. 

Special guests will include Max Hightower, Ceasar, Austin Brashier, Joe Jones, Brandon Turner, Mike Whitt.

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Christofferson's 'incredible legacy' is a pathway to the future
MAY 29, 2012

Stan Christofferson and his daughter, Katie, shared a few moments between vists from guests at the Stand Up For Stan fundraiser on March 29. Katie delivered Stan his first grandson earlier this spring.

Stan Christofferson, owner of the Great Bay Oyster House, was an easy mark for people seeking help with a project that needed some infusion of money or contributions of goods. He was a good place to start because it would prove to be a positive beginning for a community drive.

“I would walk into Stan’s office and he would say, ‘you’re here again? How much do I owe you now chief?’ Anytime we needed something or wanted help Stan was there for us,” Greer Police Chief Dan Reynolds said. Reynolds laughed at the recurring visits that resulted in both teasing each other. Cops for Tots and other fundraisers were always the winners and Stan “provided valuable assistance to us.”

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City sets fee schedule to compete with event venues
APR 25, 2012

A new fee schedule for Greer City Park and its event halls and venues was given unanimous approval by City Council Tuesday night. The second and final reading is May 8 at 6:30 p.m.

Greer City Council is charging ahead in its quest to create a bigger footprint in Greer Station’s event hosting business. The city’s march forward, without restraints in place, is also beginning to limit the public’s weekend access to the park.

Greer City Council Tuesday night gave unanimous approval (7-0) to a first reading for a new rate structure for its events facilities that include the McKown Center as a multi-purpose venue. The McKown Center, costing around $1 million, is undergoing its final punch list and is ahead of its planned mid-summer opening schedule.

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Blues Ramble coming to Grace Hall for 3 shows
APR 18, 2012

Max Hightower's Blues Ramble is a three-show series of music featuring the blues with musicians with roots tied to the genre.

The Blues Ramble is coming to Grace Hall.

Max Hightower, a Greer musician known for his association with Mac Arnold, is venturing with Sosocat Promotions to present Blues Ramble, a trio of blues music shows.

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'Stand Up For Stan' concert Thursday at Grace Hall
MAR 26, 2012

A “Stand Up for Stan” benefit concert Thursday at Grace Hall at 108 Trade Street is all about giving back, Stan Christofferson said.

Christofferson, owner of the Great Bay Oyster House (GBOH), was the recipient of the first benefit last year as friends, customers and business acquaintances helped raise over $6,000 for medical expenses.

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Block party planned for The Shoppes' open house Thursday
MAR 14, 2012

A mini-festival is brewing at The Shoppes at The Grapevine open house Thursday.

Wanda Garcia, owner of The Shoppes, has planned an evening, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m., that will include music, appetizers and wine. About 40 small business owners will showcase their products that include clothing, arts, crafts, repurposed furniture, candles and signature handcrafted merchandise.

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Bridal Show features interactive ceremony and events
FEB 29, 2012

Lauren Kingstro knows all about the excitement leading up to the wedding day. She married Paul Kingstro on Aug. 18 last year. The reception was held at The Davenport on Trade Street. Krystal Grant provided GreerToday.com with the wedding photo of Lauren. 

The Greer Station Association and its vendors request the honor of your presence at their Bridal Show on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Greer City Hall Events Hall.

Guests will attend interactive events – ceremony, cocktails and reception –  with vendors showcasing their talents and services. A bride and groom will be featured with guests invited to follow them through the ceremony, cocktails and reception venues or visit the hall in any sequence. All staff will be dressed in formal attire.

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Grace Hall hosts 'Funniest Man in America' Feb. 17
JAN 13, 2012

James Gregory,

James Gregory, "The Funniest Man in America", will be at Grace Hall on Friday, Feb. 17. 

Gregory is a comedic storyteller akin to listening to a friend, grinning and his shirt un-tucked with his arms outstretched, sharing his experiences.

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