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All submissions will be reviewed before posting to the city's Community Calendar. The city has the discretion to determine which public events will be included in the calendar. The events should provide entertainment, food or other attractions to a diverse population, and promote the economic benefits of tourism or enhance the quality of life of the community. All events must be open to the general public (for free or cost), located within the City of Greenville and organized for non-profit purposes.
January 16, 2019, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Greenville Water Campus
This event is hosted by the Sierra Club Upstate. Our meetings, events and outings are open to the public and free. Our guest speaker is Greenville Water Commissioner, Deb Sofield who will be talking to the group about water quality and water quantity, and the role of the Water Commission on growth and development in Greenville County.
We are invited to tour the Greenville Water’s downtown campus located in the newly constructed Operations Building, which is adjacent to Washington Street. Visitors should enter the main parking area using the drive off Broad Street and follow signs to turn left onto the top deck of the garage. It’s a short walk from the parking lot to the Operations Building. Attendees should follow the signs to the second set of doors to access the Community Room where our meeting will start.
Please join us there!
January 19, 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Carolina Music Museum (at Heritage Green)
It was 20 degrees outside in January 2018 when the Carolina Music Museum gave Greenville a “sneak peek” into what we were about and for a good part of that magical evening Stephanie Schmidt, from University of North Carolina at Greensboro, played the Lyles Square Piano on the second floor. Now, almost a year later she returns for an evening of American popular music from the early part of the 19th Century, matching the music to the instrument, and giving us a glimpse into what we were whistling and singing together way back then. American history reflected in its music--a happy spoonful of music does help the history go down! Call 864-520-8807 for your tickets. $20 for adults, $5 for students 6-18. Beer and wine will be available.