Greenville Theatre (formerly known as Greenville Little Theatre) had a special guest for its June 2 performance of “Catch Me If You Can,” a musical comedy based on the 2002 film of the same name.
The Landrum Quilters will celebrate its 15th Quilt Show with a love of quilting and fabric art for three days, June 13-15, at Landrum Middle School.
“The Most Important Weather Forecast in History”—when you hear that phrase, especially this week, you know the reference is to D-Day, when the Allied invasion of Normandy was held up because of pouring rain.
The Greer Farmers Market returned to Greer City Park Saturday after being postponed two weeks due to weather. The market season will run Saturdays from 8:30 a.m.-noon until November.
Youth concert RISE UPstate will be held on Thursday, June 13, 6:30 p.m. at the Greenville Convention Center.
The event was created by local business owner and faith leader of Jesus El Rey, Dr. Manuel Izquierdo, to help raise awareness about the various forms of interpersonal violence that affect teens and young adults.
LiveWell Greenville Park Hop underway
LiveWell Greenville’s annual Park Hop scavenger hunt in underway through Sept. 3.
Samuel Baker enjoyed pretending to drive a green John Deere tractor during a tractor show at Abner Creek Baptist Church on Saturday.
The City of Greer Moonlight Movies series will be held Thursdays at 6 p.m. in Greer City Park beginning June 6.
The schedule includes:
June 6 - The Incredibles
June 13 - Small Foot
June 20 - Hook
June 27 - Ralph Breaks The Internet
July 11 - Space Jam
July 18 - Cars 3