Spartanburg’s Best Holiday Happenings in 2018

Spartanburg’s Best Holiday Happenings in 2018

It’s no secret that the holidays can be the most stressful time of the year. Between finding the perfect gifts for everyone on your list (then keeping them a secret), prepping feasts for different events, and decorating your home and yard, it’s kind of amazing that we all still somehow agree that this is the most wonderful time of the year. Before stress has a chance to

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6 Places to Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner in Spartanburg

6 Places to Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner in Spartanburg

We love a home-cooked meal as much as the next person, but trying to prepare a main course (or two) and a couple of sizes (or a dozen) in a house filled with guests can add unneeded stress to what should be a happy holiday. Whether you’re turning your Thanksgiving into a weekend getaway, or you’re in Spartanburg visiting family, these delicious restaurants are open on Turke

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Celebrate the Holidays in Victorian Style

Celebrate the Holidays in Victorian Style

Walking past Victorian characters, performing artists, ice skaters and a live Nativity scene accompanied by the smell of holiday treats and the sounds of carolers is the perfect way to get in the Christmas spirit. Luckily, we know where you can find all of that in one night: Spartanburg’s Dickens of a Christmas celebration. The 25th annual event is scheduled for 6-9 p.m

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Fall In Love With Autumn in Spartanburg

Fall In Love With Autumn in Spartanburg

Fall is beloved by so many, and we can't blame them. The weather is—dare we say—nearly perfect, there are so many traditions to enjoy, and there always seems to be fairs and festivals abound. If you're looking for new places to make memories that'll last a lifetime this Autumn, we've got them by the bushel! Pumpkin Patches [caption id="attachment_4686" align="alignright"

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Skating on the Square

Skating on the Square

By Rachel-Richardson, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. I am not the most graceful of girls. My center of balance has yet to be found. If I were an animal, I’d be less of a swan and more of a hedgehog. In short—which I also am—the idea of putting on ice skates and swishing around a rink seemed like an express pass to a pair of crutches. I would fa

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