Historic Johnson Farm invites visitors to celebrate spring in the mountains with its annual festival on Saturday, April 27. The one-of-a-kind venue and event has been held every spring since 1991.
Mac Arnold and Plate Full O’ Blues performed onstage at The Spinning Jenny Sunday afternoon during a tribute concert for late drummer Scotty Hawkins, who died March 22. During his life, the 55-year-old Greer native performed for several notable acts including Dottie West, T. Graham Brown, Reba McEntire and Brooks and Dunn.
Homey Mack pushes his granddaughter Izabell Adams in a swing during the SprinkSkunk Music Fest Thursday.
Auditions for Greer Idol Season 12 will take place during the Greer Family Festival, May 3-4.
Auditions will be held on the Community Stage from 6-7 p.m. Friday and 1-2 p.m. Saturday.
Washington Baptist Church’s adult choir presented Bill and Gloria Gaither’s cantata, ALLELUIA, on Sunday evening, April 7, in the church sanctuary as part of the church’s bicentennial celebration in 2019.
Greer Cultural Arts has announced its lineup for Camp Ark 2019 summer camp.
Two Beginner Camps in art and theatre will be offered for ages 5-16.
Princesses and Pirates will be held June 24-27, and The Great 3 Ring Circus will be offered July 8-11.
Self-taught artist Judy Martin will exhibit her latest collection of fused glass creations, Not Your Grandma’s China, at West Main Artists Co-op through Saturday, May 4. A public reception will be held on Thursday, April 18, 5:30-9 p.m. during the city’s monthly ArtWalk.