Park Hop will conclude its summer series at Greer City Park next Tuesday, Aug. 9, at Greer City Park.
The Road Home Tour featuring Grammy award-winning artist Jason Crabb and Grammy-nominated Point of Grace will make an appearance at Taylors First Baptist Church on Friday, Aug. 12.
Joining Crabb and Point of Grace will be special guest, Natasha Owens, of Fort Worth, Texas.
Susan Schild of North Carolina, who has spent some time visiting friends in Greer, seeks to capture small Southern towns in story.
“With all the trouble in the news, I wanted to write hopeful books about small town Southern life,” Schild said.
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This summer heats up with the newest regional car show at The Bridge of Greenville on Saturday, Aug. 6. The event will feature live music, food, prizes, local vendors and an array of cars in every category.
Deb Richardson-Moore of Greenville released The Cantaloupe Thief, the first book in a new mystery series, last month.
Inspiration for the novel came from a homeless man.
Richardson-Moore, pastor/director of Triune Mercy Center in downtown Greenville, interacts with the homeless on a regular basis.
Hub City Empty Bowls anticipates another successful art-based campaign in 2016, feeding the hungry people in Spartanburg County.
The finished bowls will be used for the annual Soup Day fundraiser in the autumn.
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