The Spartanburg County Historical Association hosts our 2019 organization annual meeting with a Panel Discussion Keynote on the importance of historical context along our trails, blueways, and parks. This growing trend of purposing protected historical landscapes for uses of active living is impacting Spartanburg County in countless positive ways.
Joined by Partners for Active Living Trails Coordinator, Ned Barrett, SPACE Executive Director, Andrew Waters, and Tyger River Foundation's Co-Founders, Monty Mullen & Julian Hankinson, SCHA addresses the subject of active living in the midst of historic landscapes!
Refreshments will be provided by the Kate Barry DAR Chapter.
Membership is not required to attend.
If you are interested in supporting the mission of SCHA, you may join online at: http://www.spartanburghistory.org/become-a-member/
Special thanks to Wofford College in allowing SCHA to utilize the Goodall Environmental Studies Center.