The Rotary Club of Greenville is bringing the wonderful family experience to the holiday season again this year with the Kringle Holiday Village. Kringle Holiday Village returns to Fluor Field for the second year on December 9, 10, and 11, 2022, following the immensely successful event in 2021. Kringle HolidayRead More

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) has launched a new Airport Museum to commemorate the airport’s contributions to the region’s economy. GSP opened its doors in November 1962, ushering in a new age of jet service for South Carolina’s Upstate region. The museum displays include never-before-seen images, videos, and first-hand stories ofRead More

As the holiday season comes, Greenlink’s popular Holiday bus returns, offering free rides throughout the season. The Holiday Bus is festively decorated and will rotate through its 12 fixed routes, operating on a different route each day. Customers on the Holiday Bus route will receive free rides until December 24,Read More

This Holiday season, the Greenville Zoo is bringing a completely new, one-of-a-kind holiday experience for you and your family to enjoy. “Holiday at the Zoo,” a new Greenville Zoo tradition, will feature holiday lights and music, a nighttime holiday village, and animals out throughout the day. Enjoy the zoo asRead More

The United Way of Greenville County is making an effort to make this year’s holiday season a lot brighter for special Greenville County families through Project Joy. United Way’s Project Joy aims to provide Christmas help to Greenville families who are facing difficulties in this time of the pandemic.  YouRead More

United Community Bank Ice on Main, the open-air ice rink is coming back on its 10th anniversary this year.  Everyone is invited to enjoy downtown’s open-air ice-skating rink from November 13 to January 31 in the Courtyard Marriott plaza. Corner of S. Main & Broad Sts. Tickets are now on sale.Read More

There will be no Poinsettia Christmas Parade this year as Greenville city officials decided to cancel the annual Christmas parade due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns. The event was scheduled for December 5 in downtown Greenville. City spokesperson Beth Brotherton said “The health and safety of Greenville residents and visitors isRead More

The Salvation Army of Greenville will begin its virtual application this week for this year’s Angel Tree Program. The program will provide assistance to children from low-income families. Free gifts, toys, clothing, and much more is provided for disadvantaged children under the age of 12-years-old. The application for the programRead More