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Two different casts, with 12 little girls, in two straight lines, are getting ready to warm hearts on stage at Greenwood Community Theatre with “Madeline’s Christmas.”
Past work from old sketchbooks and graphic art logos adorn promotional post cards for “Final Draft” the 2019 senior show by Lander University visual art majors at Lander University’s Fine Art Gallery.
Gifts, wintry scenes, Santa and more are the creative muses for Greenwood Artist Guild’s December art show at Howard’s on Main in Greenwood.
The Museum and Railroad Historical Center of Greenwood invite all ages to get into the holiday spirit with two different events this December — North Pole Express and Christmas at the Train.
When Melody Knighton began pursuing acting as a career, she had no idea portraying a red-headed female comedy pioneer would become her bread and butter.
As temperatures drop and the holiday season fast approaches, Lander University is getting into the Christmas spirit, with several activities planned for students and the Greenwood community.
Greenwood County artists and members of four local art guilds shine in the annual year-end exhibit of local artwork at the Arts Center of Greenwood, “A Local Look” on view through Jan. 10.
From Olaf, likely the most famous snowman since Frosty, to sisters with a steadfast bond and one with magic powers, “Frozen JR.” is sure to delight Disney fans.
Christmas is coming to downtown Newberry. Celebrate the start of the season with lights. The annual Main Street Lights event is scheduled for 5-8 p.m. Nov. 22. From 5-6 p.m., the Southern Victorian Society will be in full period costume caroling at the tree.
“Here we are now, entertain us” is just one of the lyrics from the groundbreaking grunge song “Smells Like Teen Spirit” from ’90s band Nirvana.
Theater, dance and performance company Wild Hare Productions of Greenwood has a full lineup of entertainment scheduled now through the new year.
All artists ages 18 and up, residing in Greenwood County, are eligible to enter work in an annual year-end local art exhibit at the Arts Center of Greenwood — “A Local Look.”
When Ernesto Hernandez came to the United States from a small town in Mexico at age 5 with his mother and younger sister, he struggled with the English language. However, he found an outlet for expression through visual arts.
The track field and Camp Greenwood area of Greenwood YMCA are being transformed into a family-friendly fun zone and trunk-or-treat trail, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
From Minions to super heroes to Day of the Dead costumes, the annual Uptown Greenwood Boo Bash, co-hosted by Cornerstone, showcases creativity of adults and children in its popular costume contest.
The Lander University Athletics Department is hosting the Eighth Annual Bearcat Monster Bash and Halloween Walk from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Jeff May Complex.