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Greenwood native Sally Morris has created a fulfilling new life for herself in her post employment years, proving retirement is not just for those who are ready for bed.
North Side Baptist Church will echo with the talents of singers from 14 area churches later this month during the fifth annual Music for Ministry fundraiser to benefit the Greater Greenwood United Ministry.
The public is invited to a joint reception at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Arts Center of Greenwood for two exhibits on view — one in the main gallery and another in the art education gallery.
Five Southern women, who might not otherwise be friends, form a long-lasting bond as members of their college swim team. They set aside a long weekend, the same time every year, to keep those friendships going.
Tiaras, glass slippers, ball gowns and more are perfectly appropriate attire for The Museum’s upcoming Princess Tea Party fundraiser on Saturday at 106 Main St. in Greenwood.
Witnessing homeless children on the streets of the Philippines had a profound impact on Greenwood’s Kaylin-Mahal Smith when she was younger.
Children ages 15 and younger will be admitted free Aug. 3, during the Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors 50th Anniversary Antique Bottle Show and Expo at the Augusta Convention Center.
Stage, film and television actor Bo Hopkins, who was born in Greenville and spent part of his youth in Taylors and Ware Shoals, is teaming up with filmmaker Ron Howard for a new film to be aired on Netflix.
Kayla Frost is the artist of the month at Howard’s on Main in Greenwood for the month of August. Meet the artist and view the works at a reception, free and open to the public, from 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 3.
A night of fun entertainment and the unexpected awaits ticket holders to Greenwood Community Theatre’s second cabaret-style fundraiser at 7 p.m. July 27.
Billed as ‘”The Golden Girls” meet “The Odd Couple”’ Abbeville Opera House’s next production for the this summer theater season is sure to bring on the laughs.
From sultry vocals on original music, such as the saucy “Watch Me” on her latest release, to covers of “Oreo Cookie Blues” by Lonnie Mack and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Suzie Vinnick can play and sing the blues like a woman who has lived them.
The Federation of Historic Bottle Collectors 50th Anniversary National Show and Expo is coming Aug. 1-3 to the Augusta, Georgia Marriott Hotel and Convention Center.