Columns & Letters

Eggtastic Event now drive-thru

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The City of Greer’s annual Eggtastic Easter Event will take place via drive-through on March 27 due to COVID-19.

The event will be held from 10 a.m. until noon at the Edward R. Driggers Center for the Arts on Trade St.

Families are asked to register in advance for one of two hour-long time slots being offered.

Lesser known Irish foods

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Chances are many people have heard of Irish soda bread and corned beef and cabbage, both of which are especially popular on St. Patrick’s Day (although the latter isn’t entirely authentic Irish cuisine). But there are many different traditional Irish dishes that may not be as well-known and enjoyed outside of Ireland.

New show coming in March

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The Greer Children’s Theatre is returning to the stage. Shows are scheduled for March 5-7 and March 11-13. Friday performances are at 7 p.m. while Saturday and Sunday shows at 2 p.m. State guidelines for COVID-19 will be in effect and restrict seating to 50 percent of capacity.

John James, born in 1832, built this home passed down to future generations.

Local landmark on the market

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To the Editor:

The red brick house at 1011 South Main Street has been a landmark in Greer, SC area since 1902.

The James family settled this area in 1791 along the Enoree River that is now known as Riverside.

John James, born 1832, purchased additional property on South Main around 1900.

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