A History of Converse Heights
Sep
27
12:30 PM12:30

A History of Converse Heights

SCHA hosts Dr. Sidney Fulmer as he shares with us a History of Converse Heights, the stories of families gone by, events, and unique architecture.

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5

Boxed Lunch: $10
Options:
Pimento Cheese Sandwich, fruit, dessert, and beverage
Chicken Salad Sandwich, fruit, dessert, and beverage
Garden Salad and beverage

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 9/26 at 5:00pm.

Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.
Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center
200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg

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FestiFall at Walnut Grove Plantation
Oct
5
to Oct 6

FestiFall at Walnut Grove Plantation

SCHA hosts FestiFall, the annual event as part of the nationally celebrated "Revolutionary War Weekend!"

This event commemorates the American Revolution and is held at Walnut Grove Plantation Experience colonial lifestyle and battle demonstrations, iconic local battle re-enactments, live music, and family activities during this two day experience.

Admission: TBA
Active Duty Military and College Student Discounts available with VALID ID.
*Walnut Grove Plantation passes or coupons not valid at special events.

FULL SCHEDULE & VENDORS TBA!

Credit Cards accepted at Admission, Concessions, and Gift Shop.
*Many re-enactors sell handmade goods and wares at their camp sites and CASH MAY BE REQUIRED for these purchases.

Advertise to a 6,000 attendee audience! Advertise your business during FestiFall! More information!

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Homeschool Friday! Botany & Biology
Oct
11
2:00 PM14:00

Homeschool Friday! Botany & Biology

Homeschool families are invited to join SCHA at Walnut Grove for a special program on the history and importance of heat in colonial South Carolina. This hands-on history lesson is designed for multiple ages and grade levels.


Pre-registration is required.
Tickets may be purchased HERE!


Don't miss the LAST of our Homeschool Friday! Sessions this year:
November 8: Archaeology (Regional History Museum)

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2019 Harvest Moon Festival
Nov
2
11:00 AM11:00

2019 Harvest Moon Festival

Focused on the evolution of farming, the Harvest Moon Festival returns to include over 30 demonstrators, artisans, storytellers, and vendors, local bands, and a selection of local fare for a festival promoting agriculture and the importance of eating healthy and local!

Join as we take a step back to a simpler time. Live music, great food, craft market, hay rides, Walnut Grove Plantation tours and plenty of activities for the kids!

Rain Date: November 3rd

Interested in joining our makers market as a vendor? Apply hrre: https://forms.gle/o6mfte5gzmSqiSC96

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Homeschool Friday: Archaeology!
Nov
8
2:00 PM14:00

Homeschool Friday: Archaeology!

  • Spartanburg Regional HIstory Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Homeschool families are invited to join SCHA at Walnut Grove for a special program on the history and importance of heat in colonial South Carolina. This hands-on history lesson is designed for multiple ages and grade levels.


Pre-registration is required.
Tickets may be purchased HERE!

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Members Only Access: The Cemeteries of Walnut Grove
Sep
21
6:00 PM18:00

Members Only Access: The Cemeteries of Walnut Grove

The Spartanburg County Historical Assocation welcomes our members for a special evening tour of Moore Station Cemetery, located at Walnut Grove Plantation. With over 140 burial sites, the first dating to 1793, only 20 graves are marked in this 18th century cemetery.
Learn more about the families represented here, the unknown Revolutionary War Soldiers, and the nearby enslaved cemetery. We'll discuss burial methods of the time and what a cemetery can continue to reveal to us through today's technology!

Members Only Access is FREE to SCHA members! You MUST be a member to attend. Membership can be purchased or renewed on our website HERE!

Members may sign up for this tour by calling 864-596-3501.

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Homeschool Friday! The Use of Heat!
Sep
13
2:00 PM14:00

Homeschool Friday! The Use of Heat!

Homeschool families are invited to join SCHA at Walnut Grove for a special program on the history and importance of heat in colonial South Carolina. This hands-on history lesson is designed for multiple ages and grade levels.


Pre-registration is required.
Tickets may be purchased HERE!


Don't miss the rest of our Homeschool Friday! Sessions:
October 11: Botany & Biology (Seay House)
November 8: Archaeology (Regional History Museum)

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Lunch & Learn: The Last Train Robber: Lu Ramsdell
Aug
23
12:30 PM12:30

Lunch & Learn: The Last Train Robber: Lu Ramsdell

Join author Wilson Casey in a special telling of the story of
"Bedlam on the West Virgina Rails" train robber, Lu Ramsdell. Having spent 3 years interviewing the criminal mastermind himself of the firsthand account that rocked national headlines in 1949!

Look forward to the conclusion of the program as Wilson will portray Lu in full character as the train robber himself answering questions, only as “Lu” would.
Copies of "Bedlam on the West Virgina Rails" will be available for purchase.

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5

Boxed Lunch: $10

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 8/22 at 5:00pm.

Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center
200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg

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Living History Saturday: The Seay House
Aug
10
to Aug 11

Living History Saturday: The Seay House

Take a closer look inside the oldest house in the City of Spartanburg! Walk the grounds, tour the home, and trace the history of the three sisters who called their childhood homestead home for their very full lives.

Admission is FREE! Donations are encouraged to support the ongoing care and current needs of this historic structure.

Location: 106 Darby Road, Spartanburg

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Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation
Aug
10
to Aug 11

Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation

  • Walnut Grove Plantation (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come out to Walnut Grove Plantation for a special living history event!


Drop in for a tour and visit with the South Carolina Independent Rangers as they share more about life in the back country during the Revolutionary War.

11am-4pm, regular admission applies.

Questions? Call 864-576-6546

2019 Living History Theme Weekends:
August 10: Gardening & Farming

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South Carolina in the Majors
Jul
27
2:00 PM14:00

South Carolina in the Majors

Join us The Spartanburg County Historical Association as Brandon Burdette presets " South Carolina in the Majors" look at some of the players from our great state who have made it to the pinnacle of professional baseball. Hear interesting stories, stats and facts about some of South Carolinas homegrown talent. Wether you're a baseball fan, a history buff or just interested in all things South Carolina you're sure to enjoy this unique presentation.

Tickets
General Admission: $5
SCHA Members: $2

Pacolet residents will receive FREE admission with proof of residency. Please visit Pacolet City Hall prior to July 20th to receive your ticket.

*Online tickets available for purchase HERE

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Colonial Gardening with Tim Foster
Jul
26
12:30 PM12:30

Colonial Gardening with Tim Foster

CALLING ALL GARDENERS!! Tim Foster, resident gardener at Walnut Grove Plantation, presents the practices of Colonial Gardening that sustained the families of the back country for generations. Many of the techniques discussed apply to gardening today and are still demonstrated by Tim at Walnut Grove!

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5

Boxed Lunch: $10

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 7/25 at 5:00pm.

Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center
200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg

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Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation
Jul
20
11:00 AM11:00

Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation

Come out to Walnut Grove Plantation for a special living history event!


Drop in for a tour and visit with the South Carolina Independent Rangers as they share more about life in the back country during the Revolutionary War.

11am-4pm, regular admission applies.

Questions? Call 864-576-6546

2019 Living History Theme Weekends:
July 20: Celebrating Independence
August 10: Gardening & Farming

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Murder By Suicide: The Carson- Green Murder Case PART 2
Jun
28
12:30 PM12:30

Murder By Suicide: The Carson- Green Murder Case PART 2

"Ranger Ron" Swain presents the Carson-Green Murder of Spartanburg, 1895. Described as a "sensational" trial, this 2 part series introduces Fannie Carson and Ed Green and the gruesome acts they have been accused of. Reading "like an act from Shakespeare's Macbeth, " Part 2 picks up the story from verdict to resolution.

A short recap will bring you up to speed if you missed Par 1, You DO NOT want to miss this!

**Image is of the Spartanburg Jail Record Book showing the intake record of Fannie Carson and Ed Green under the charge of murder.

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5

Boxed Lunch: $10

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 5/23 at 5:00pm.
Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center; 200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg


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Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation
Jun
8
11:00 AM11:00

Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation

Come out to Walnut Grove Plantation for a special living history event!

Drop in for a tour and visit with the South Carolina Independent Rangers as they share more about life in the back country during the Revolutionary War.

11am-4pm, regular admission applies.

Questions? Call 864-576-6546


2019 Living History Theme Weekends:
June 8: Civil War at Walnut Grove
July 20: Celebrating Independence
August 10: Gardening & Farming

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Murder By Suicide: The Carson- Green Murder Case PART 1
May
24
12:30 PM12:30

Murder By Suicide: The Carson- Green Murder Case PART 1

"Ranger Ron" Swain presents the Carson-Green Murder of Spartanburg, 1895. Described as a "sensational" trial, this 2 part series introduces Fannie Carson and Ed Green and the gruesome acts they have been accused of. Reading "like an act from Shakespeare's Macbeth," Part 1 follows the case from crime to verdict.

Part 2, to be held on June 28, picks up where Ranger Ron leaves us in May. You DO NOT want to miss this!

**Image is of the Spartanburg Jail Record Book showing the intake record of Fannie Carson and Ed Green under the charge of murder.

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5

Boxed Lunch: $10

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 5/23 at 5:00pm.
Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center; 200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg


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Walnut Grove Plantation Grand Re-Opening
May
11
11:00 AM11:00

Walnut Grove Plantation Grand Re-Opening

SCHA invites YOU to celebrate the completion of the restorations of Walnut Grove Plantation! ADMISSION IS FREE! One Day Only, Rain or Shine!

Re-enactors, live music, games, food trucks, tours, and more!
* souvenirs are available for purchase.
Credit cards as accepted. Picnic lunches are welcome!

Join us for a day of celebration and living history Saturday, May 11 from 11am-4pm. Tour the historic spaces of Walnut Grove Plantation and learn about the restorative measures taken by SCHA over the 18-month, $300,000 project to ensure Walnut Grove will stand for generations to come!

That's right, admission is FREE! Donations are encouraged and go towards the Walnut Grove Plantation Endowment which support the long term care and restoration of the property.

FULL SCHEDULE:
11:00am: Gates open
Children’s Activity: Toy Making
Music By Billy Dalton

12:00pm:
”A History of Walnut Grove Plantation”
presented by Dr. Jeff Willis, Pavilion

1:00pm:
Battle Demonstrations
Manor House Lawn
Music By Paul Bowman

2:00pm:
”Rev War Traveling Trunk”
presented by Colleen Twentyman, Pavilion

3:00pm:
Guilded Tour Debut, Manor House
Ticket Required, purchase at Gift Shop
Music By Bill Heacox

Food Trucks Onsite All Day!
PIG on Fire, Roll-In Cuban, Bullhded Peanut Co., & How Bout Them Apples

Special Thanks to the Spartanburg County Foundation for their support in the form of a grant of $10,000 making the roof replacement at WGP possible.

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Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation
Apr
13
11:00 AM11:00

Living History Saturday @ Walnut Grove Plantation

Come out to Walnut Grove Plantation for a special living history event!

Drop in for a tour and visit with the South Carolina Independent Rangers as they share more about life in the back country during the Revolutionary War.

11am-4pm, regular admission applies.

Questions? Call 864-576-6546


2019 Living History Theme Weekends:
April 13: Colonial Easter
June 8: Civil War at Walnut Grove
July 20: Celebrating Independence
August 10: Gardening & Farming

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Members Only Access: Triple Tree Aerodrome
Mar
23
10:00 AM10:00

Members Only Access: Triple Tree Aerodrome

Join the SCHA as we tour the renown Triple Tree Aerodrome in Woodruff, SC.

Triple Tree Aerodrome (SC00) is the home of many full-scale and remote control aviation events including the world famous Joe Nall and Triple Tree Fly-In. Located in Spartanburg County, SCHA members will have the opportunity to enjoy the Spring weather by touring the property, receiving a informational overview of the facilities, and an educational review of aviation history!
Joined by Terry Connorton, Spartanburg Memorial Airport Director, and Robb Williams, Executive Director of Triple Tree, members will receive a unique point of view of aviation in Spartanburg!

Registration is required.
Please call 864-596-3501 or email Melanie.terry@spartanburghistory to register.

A Current SCHA Membership is Required to attend this program. To purchase or renew your SCHA Membership, you may follow the link below to our website:
http://www.spartanburghistory.org/become-a-member/

This event is FREE as part of SCHA Member Benefits.

Please note: Individual SCHA Memberships gains access for the membership holder only. All guests must purchase an individual membership.
Family and Donor Level Memberships gain access for up to four (4) individuals.

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Life of David Golightly Harris
Mar
22
12:30 PM12:30

Life of David Golightly Harris

Ray Wunsch portrays David Golightly Harris in Civil War attire as he describes the life and experience of Harris in first person from the front lines of the Civil War to returning to his family farm.

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5

Boxed Lunch: $10
Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 3/21 at 5:00pm.

Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center; 200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg

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A South Carolina Upcountry Saga
Feb
22
12:30 PM12:30

A South Carolina Upcountry Saga

Hope, sacrifice, and restoration: throughout the American Civil War and its aftermath, the Foster family endured all of these in no small measure. Drawing from dozens of public and privately owned letters, A. Gibert Kennedy recounts the story of his great-great-grandfather and his family in A South Carolina Upcountry Saga: The Civil War Letters of Barham Bobo Foster and His Family, 1860-1863.

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5
Boxed Lunch: $10

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 1/24 at 5:00pm.

Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center

200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg

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Humble Beginnings: The Civil Rights Activism of Harold Hatcher
Jan
25
12:30 PM12:30

Humble Beginnings: The Civil Rights Activism of Harold Hatcher

Alice Hatcher Henderson, daughter of Harold Hatcher, shares her father's remarkable life stories that culminated in bringing his passions to Spartanburg through Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve.

A vital civil rights and social activist in Indiana, Alice brings us Hatcher's role in a defining time in our country’s history.


TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5
Boxed Lunch: $10

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 1/24 at 5:00pm.

Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center

200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg

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A Visit From St. Nick Display
Nov
15
to Dec 31

A Visit From St. Nick Display

  • Chapman Cultural Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

James Buchanan’s

“A Visit From St. Nick” 

 

Visit the newly restored window dioramas originally displayed at Aug. W. Smith from 1957 to the 1970s. Restored in 2018 the dioramas will be on display at the Spartanburg Regional Museum of History from November through December 2018.

 

Museum Hours

Sunday: 1:00pm – 5:00pm 

Monday: Closed 

Tuesday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

Thursday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

Friday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

 

 

Spartanburg Regional History Museum

200 East St. John Street, Spartanburg, SC

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Homeschool Friday: World Wars
Nov
9
2:00 PM14:00

Homeschool Friday: World Wars

The Spartanburg County Historical Association welcomes programming tailored to Home schoolers and Home school Co-ops one Friday a month. Designed for ALL AGES!

World Wars
Did you know Spartanburg was the site of two military training camps in history? Walk through history's world wars, learn of our state's contributions, and the men and women who have served from Spartanburg County. 

Friday, June 8
2:00-5:00pm

REGISTRATION:
$5 per student
$5 per chaperone
Children under the age of 2- No charge

Questions: 
Contact 864-576-6546 (Tuesday-Friday, 10am-3pm)
info@spartanburghistory.org
Register Online at: http://www.spartanburghistory.org/home-school-friday-registration/

Limited Space (15 students maximum)

Registration is Required. 
No Refunds for Cancellations given less than 10 days before date.

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Harvest Moon Festival
Nov
3
11:00 AM11:00

Harvest Moon Festival

Focused on the evolution of farming, the Harvest Moon Festival returns to include over 30 demonstrators, artisans, storytellers, and vendors, local bands, and a selection of local fare for a festival promoting agriculture and the importance of eating healthy and local!

Local food favorites and live music all day! Crafts, face painting, and fun for the kids!

Admission: $5, under 5 free
Credit Cards Accepted at Admission, Gift Shop, and Concessions.
**Some artisans may be cash only

CURRENTLY SEEKING ARTISANS, FARMERS, & FOOD TRUCKS!
The Harvest Moon Festival features local artists, farmers, and demonstrators and we invite you to join us this year!  Registration is required
Contact Melanie.Terry@spartanburghistory.org for registration contract. 

Requirements are below:
-Artists: Goods & Wares must be handmade.  May include food items such as pies, jams, etc.  *Price Point most successful: $25 and under.
-Farms, Stands, Producers: Invited to set up market stand, demonstrate trade. 
-Food Trucks, Local Restaurants: Harvest Moon will provide several food options for guests!  If you're interested in serving at this event, contact us today!

SCHA reserves the right to deny participation to vendors who do not meet the mission of The Harvest Moon Festival.  All requirements must be met to apply.

 

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Ghosts of the Upcountry
Oct
26
12:30 PM12:30

Ghosts of the Upcountry

Author of "Creek Walking," "Ghosts of the South Carolina Upcountry," "Civil War Ghosts", and many more, Tally Johnson joins the Spartanburg County Historical Association for Lunch & Learn. As a Librarian and Folklorist, Tally introduces us to some of the area's most colorful specters of our region. 

TICKETS:
SCHA Members: FREE
General Admission: $5


Boxed Lunch: $10
Menu Options: Pimento Cheese Sandwich or Chicken Salad Sandwich served with one side, a dessert, and tea, water, or lemonade OR Fresh Garden Salad.
Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 10/25 at 5:00pm.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!

Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center
200 East St. John Street, Spartanburg

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FestiFall at Walnut Grove Plantation
Oct
6
to Oct 7

FestiFall at Walnut Grove Plantation

SCHA hosts FestiFall, the annual event as part of the nationally celebrated "Revolutionary War Weekend!"

This event commemorates the American Revolution and is held at Walnut Grove Plantation Experience colonial lifestyle and battle demonstrations, iconic local battle re-enactments, live music, and family activities during this two day experience. 

Admission: Ages 2-12: $8, Adults: $12
Active Duty Military and College Student Discounts available with VALID ID.
*Walnut Grove Plantation passes or coupons not valid at special events.
Group Rates available for groups of 10+. Reserve by September 21 by calling 864-576-6546 (closed Mondays).

Bubba's BBQ available for purchase between 11:30am-2:30pm daily. 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6:
10:00am- Gates Open
11:00am-2:00pm- Live Music by Gingerthistle 
11:30am- Cannon Fire by Daniel King Howitzer 
12:00pm- Re-enactment of "Bloody Bill" Cunningham's Raid
1:00pm- Re-Enactor's Auction
1:30-5:00pm- Dr. A.B. Moore Office House
2:00pm- Battle Demonstration
10:00am-5:00pm- Shopping, Candle making, House Tours, and hourly demonstration
5:00pm: Gates Close

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7:
10:00am- Gates Open
11:00am-2:00pm- Live Music by Gingerthistle 
12:30am- Cannon Fire by Daniel King Howitzer 
1:00pm- Re-enactment of "Bloody Bill" Cunningham's Raid
1:30-5:00pm- Dr. A.B. Moore Office House
10:00am-4:00pm- Shopping, Candle making, House Tours, and hourly demonstration
4:00pm: Gates Close


Credit Cards accepted at Admision, Concessions, and Gift Shop. 
*Many re-enactors sell handmade goods and wares at their camp sites and CASH MAY BE REQUIRED for these purchases.

Interested in sponsorship? Please contact melanie.terry@spartanburghistory.org

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Lunch & Learn: Spartanburg's Courthouses
Sep
28
12:30 PM12:30

Lunch & Learn: Spartanburg's Courthouses

Brad Steinecke with the Spartanburg County Public Libraries will present a history of Spartanburg County’s courthouses, from the first hewn-timber courthouse of 1789 to the 1958 modernist facility currently in use. Based off of a recent exhibit at the downtown library, this presentation will include an overview of the architects, stylistic choices, cornerstone laying ceremonies, and growing pains of each structure. From purely utilitarian to dramatic and visionary, Spartanburg’s courthouses set the precedent for our next courthouse, currently in the design stages and expected to be unveiled in the months to come.


TICKETS:

SCHA Members: FREE

General Admission: $5


Boxed Lunch: $10

Please call 864-596-3501 to reserve your seat and/or order lunch. Lunch orders must be received by 9/27 at 5:00pm.

Lunches provided by Palmetto Palette.

Seating is limited, call ahead reservations are suggested!


Lunch & Learns are held in the Callie & John Rainey Conference Room at the Chapman Cultural Center

200 E. Saint John Street, Spartanburg

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Annual Seay Family Reunion
Sep
15
10:00 AM10:00

Annual Seay Family Reunion

The Spartanburg County Historical Association welcomes Seay Family descendants back to The Seay House for a family reunion on Saturday, September 15 at 10am. A light continental brunch will be served.

RSVP are requested. Please call 864-596-3501.

This reunion free to Seay Family Members. Donations are encouraged for the care and preservation of The Seay House.

Share this occassion with your Seay cousins, all are welcome!

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Members Only Access: Camp Croft
Sep
8
9:00 AM09:00

Members Only Access: Camp Croft

Croft State Park Rangers and historian, Stanley Bishop, have curated a one of a kind presentation and guided hike of the former Camp Croft, exclusively for the Spartanburg County Historical Association!

Join Croft State Park Ranger, Tim Ritter, and historian Stanley Bishop for a presentation of the history of Camp Croft under one of park pavilions beginning promptly at 9:00am, wrapping up by 10:30am. Light refreshments will be served.

Immediately following the presentation, Stanley will lead a guided hike visiting several of the locations mentioned in the morning's presentation. Comfortable, outdoor wear and closed toe shoes are encouraged. Cold bottled water and granola bars will be provided.

Registration is required. Space is VERY LIMITED!
Please call 864-596-3501 to register.

You may attend the presentation and choose not participate in the guided hike. You will be asked at the time of registration what portions of the program you plan to attend.

A Current SCHA Membership is Required to attend this program. To purchase or renew your SCHA Membership, you may follow the link below to our website:
http://www.spartanburghistory.org/become-a-member/

This event is FREE as part of SCHA Member Benefits. A guest list will be at the main entrance where you will be asked to check in, waiving the park entrance fee. 

Please note:
Individual SCHA Memberships gains access for the membership holder only. All guests must purchase an individual membership. 
Family and Donor Level Memberships gain access for up to four (4) individuals.

 

 

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