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Pickens County Events

Check the calendar often to see what new events and festivals are just around the corner.

November 2014

Over There: A Pickens County Perspective On World War I
Nov
17
Feb
5
Over There: A Pickens County Perspective On World War I A special exhibition honoring the soldiers of WWI is now on display and will continue through February 5, 2015. This past summer marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I. The Pickens County Museum of Art & History is commemorating this event with artifacts reflecting America’s entry into the war in 1917 through the end of the war in 1918. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details

December 2014

Paul Flint & Greg Flint Exhibit at Pickens County Museum
Dec
4
Feb
5
Paul Flint & Greg Flint Exhibit at Pickens County Museum When asked about the work in this exhibition, Greg stated, “Ever since I took my first art history class, most of my artwork has involved examining the past and bringing it into the present in some form or fashion. When asked about the work in this exhibition, Paul said my goal is to combine images that seem to tell a story, even though it is completely fictitious. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Sydney A. Cross Exhibit at Pickens County Museum
Dec
4
Feb
5
Sydney A. Cross Exhibit at Pickens County Museum The exhibition featurs work from the exceptional printmaker Sydney A. Cross. Opening Reception will be Thursday, Dec 4th 6pm-8:30pm. Public Welcome. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details

January 2015

Jane Edna Hunter: The Most Influential Woman You Never Heard Of
Jan
15
Feb
28
Jane Edna Hunter: The Most Influential Woman You Never Heard Of Highlighting local African-American history and sponsored by the Archive Department of the Pendleton District Commission are on display until the end of February. Location:  Hunter's StoreWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
The Frank Morris Art Exhibit: Live of the African-American Farmer
Jan
15
Feb
28
The Frank Morris Art Exhibit: Live of the African-American Farmer Black History Exhibits on display in Pendleton. “The Frank Morris Art Exhibit: Live of the African-American Farmer”. Location:  Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South CarolinaWhen:  4:00 pmview event details
Clemson Alumni in the First World War with Major Brock M. Lusk
Jan
29
Clemson Alumni in the First World War with Major Brock M. Lusk Topics will include details on the 371st Infantry Regiment, an all African-American regiment of draftees that saw combat action, and who were predominantly from South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  6:00 pm – 7:30 pmview event details
BUDDY – THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY
Jan
29
BUDDY – THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY The world’s most successful rock and roll musical, “Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story,” continues to thrill audiences around the world. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Winter Waterfall Tour with Cabin lodging at Table Rock State Park
Jan
30
Feb
1
Winter Waterfall Tour with Cabin lodging at Table Rock State Park Cabin lodging and tour departure from Table Rock State Park. Ranger-led, Upstate waterfall tour of Raven Cliff Falls, Wildcat Wayside Falls and Twin Falls. Space is limited - make your reservations today! Location:  Table Rock State ParkWhen:  12:00 pmview event details

February 2015

CHANTICLEER
Feb
2
CHANTICLEER Called “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker magazine and named “Ensemble of the Year” by Musical America in 2008, the San Francisco-based, Grammy Award-winning ensemble Chanticleer presents an evening of music Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at Easley Foothills Playhouse
Feb
6
Feb
14
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at Easley Foothills Playhouse This play for children of all ages recreates the magic and mystery of Aslan, the great lion, and his struggles with the White Witch. Into this mysterious saga come four children who inadvertently wander into and through an old wardrobe Location:  West End HallWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at Easley Foothills Playhouse
Feb
8
Feb
15
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at Easley Foothills Playhouse This play for children of all ages recreates the magic and mystery of Aslan, the great lion, and his struggles with the White Witch. Into this mysterious saga come four children who inadvertently wander into and through an old wardrobe. Location:  West End HallWhen:  3:00 pm – 5:00 pmview event details
Concert Pianist Jeremy Jordan - Part of Fine Arts Series
Feb
9
Concert Pianist Jeremy Jordan - Part of Fine Arts Series Jordan has performed solo and chamber concerts throughout Europe and America and has given concerts with clarinetist Anthony McGill and cellist Yo-Yo Ma. Location:  Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts Center When:  7:30 pm – 9:30 pmview event details
The Subject Tonight Is Love
Feb
11
The Subject Tonight Is Love An evening of poetry, wine, and chocolate for Valentine’s. Birchwood board members Tom Johnson and Harriett Richie will read from a selection of short poems from ancient texts to modern works. Reservations are required. Location:  Founders Hall at The Reserve at Lake Keowee,When:  5:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Feb
14
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
EURYDICE
Feb
19
Feb
21
EURYDICE Journey to a world between modern and myth, where the Lord of the Underworld travels on a tricycle and stones talk. Sarah Ruhl’s play. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  7:30 pm – 9:30 pmview event details
Musica Ecclesia - Part of Fine Arts Series
Feb
20
Musica Ecclesia - Part of Fine Arts Series Choir festival that brings together church choirs from the surrounding area. Each choir presents favorite anthems and then joins the other choirs, including the SWU Concert Choir. This year we are using this concert to support Clemson Community Care (CCC). Location:  Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts CenterWhen:  7:30 pm – 9:30 pmview event details
Deep Winter Blues at Hagood Mill
Feb
21
Deep Winter Blues at Hagood Mill Upstate South Carolina is a historical Mecca for the Piedmont Blues. Music starts at 12:00 noon at the Hagood Mill - Enjoy! Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
EURYDICE
Feb
22
EURYDICE A beautifully theatrical fable, Eurydice is a retelling of the Orpheus myth through the eyes of the heroine. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  3:00 pm – 5:00 pmview event details
SWU Wind Ensemble Pops Concert - Part of Fine Arts Series
Feb
23
SWU Wind Ensemble Pops Concert - Part of Fine Arts Series Music from “West Side Story,” “Jurassic Park,” “The Sound of Music,” and “The Music Man” will be featured, along with student soloists and a surprise or two along the way. Location:  Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts CenterWhen:  7:30 pm – 9:30 pmview event details
SWU Jazz Invitational - Part of Fine Arts Series
Feb
26
SWU Jazz Invitational - Part of Fine Arts Series Feature many of the Upstate’s finest middle school, high school and collegiate jazz bands. This year we welcome as a featured ensemble the Left Bank Jazz Band from the University of South Carolina. Location:  Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts CenterWhen:  6:30 pm – 8:30 pmview event details
DANÚ
Feb
26
DANÚ Back by popular demand, Danú is one of the premier traditional Irish music ensembles. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
7th Annual Celebration of Story at the The ARTS Center
Feb
27
7th Annual Celebration of Story at the The ARTS Center Featured are local StoryTellers ,Wendel Craker, Mary Anne Huggins, Judy Seeley and Jennifer Simmons with music performed by the Celtic group Emerald Road. Limited Seating - Arrive Early! Location:  The ARTS Center of ClemsonWhen:  7:00 pm – 9:00 pmview event details
Gathering On Appalachian Life (GOAL)
Feb
28
Gathering On Appalachian Life (GOAL) This is a festival/mini-conference including an opening session, 4 hour-long workshop sessions, an Appalachian lunch, and vendor tables/silent auction. Location:  Hagood Community CenterWhen:  8:30 am – 4:30 pmview event details
Wilderness Survival Class EarthSkills at Hagood Mill
Feb
28
Wilderness Survival Class EarthSkills at Hagood Mill Learn to use your knife to obtain the basic essentials in bushcraft: fire, shelter, procuring food and water. .In addition, students will be familiarized with making cordage from the materials found in nature. Must be 18 to enroll. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  9:00 am – 4:30 pmregister now
Pickens County Youth Arts 2015
Feb
28
Mar
26
Pickens County Youth Arts 2015 The Pickens County Museum of Art & History and the Schools of Pickens County will celebrate National Youth Arts month with an entertaining Visual Arts Exhibition. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details

March 2015

CU SYMPHONIC BAND
Mar
3
CU SYMPHONIC BAND The Symphonic Band will present Steven Bryant’s Ecstatic Waters. This is music of dialectical tension. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Clemson Little Theatre
Mar
5
Mar
8
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Clemson Little Theatre Jealous of her beauty, a wicked queen attempts to kill the fair Snow White. Location:  Clemson Little TheatreWhen:  7:30 pm – 9:30 pmview event details
PETER AND THE STARCATCHER
Mar
5
PETER AND THE STARCATCHER This swashbuckling prequel to Peter Pan will have you hooked from the moment you let your imagination take flight. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Pioneer Hearth Cooking Class with Carol Bozarth
Mar
7
Pioneer Hearth Cooking Class with Carol Bozarth Hands on class. Cook using your sense of sound and smell (no timers/no light bulbs). Manage the fire just like they did in the 19th century. This class focuses on everyday life and everyday meals in the winter in the Southern Appalachian mountains. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:30 am – 4:00 pmregister now
SWAN LAKE: MOSCOW CITY BALLET
Mar
9
SWAN LAKE: MOSCOW CITY BALLET One of the world’s most outstanding classical ballet companies performs Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, a signature piece with exquisite choreography. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
2015 Reunion of Upcountry Famlies - EVERYONE WELCOME!
Mar
12
2015 Reunion of Upcountry Famlies - EVERYONE WELCOME! The Reunion of Upcountry Families is a three-day event that includes speakers, computer classes and tours of local family history research centers and popular cemeteries. During the third day families will display genealogical research, pictures, Bibles, old documents and other ancestral memorabilia. Everyone is welcome. Location:  Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial LibraryWhen:  1:00 pm – 8:00 pmview event details
2015 Reunion of Upcountry Famlies - EVERYONE WELCOME!
Mar
13
2015 Reunion of Upcountry Famlies - EVERYONE WELCOME! The Reunion of Upcountry Families is a three-day event that includes speakers, computer classes and tours of local family history research centers and popular cemeteries. During the main event, families will display genealogical research, pictures, Bibles, old documents and other ancestral memorabilia. Everyone is welcome. Location:  See Schedule - Some events in Pickens, Anderson, and CentralWhen:  10:00 am – 9:00 pmview event details
Exploring Watercolor – The Next Step  with Dale Cochran
Mar
14
Exploring Watercolor – The Next Step with Dale Cochran In this “next step” of his popular workshop “Exploring Watercolor”, Dale will demonstrate and guide you through the techniques of planning your compositions, mixing color and share his approach to using a layer­ing technique. This workshop is a day of painting and critique with one-on-one instruction, demonstration and class discussion Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 4:00 pmregister now
2015 Reunion of Upcountry Famlies - EVERYONE WELCOME!
Mar
14
2015 Reunion of Upcountry Famlies - EVERYONE WELCOME! The Reunion of Upcountry Families is a three-day event that includes speakers, computer classes and tours of local family history research centers and popular cemeteries. During the main event, families will display genealogical research, pictures, Bibles, old documents and other ancestral memorabilia. Everyone is welcome. Location:  Southern Wesleyan UniversityWhen:  9:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
Trapping Fish and Small Game – EarthSkills – Hagood Mill
Mar
14
Trapping Fish and Small Game – EarthSkills – Hagood Mill Time and energy conservation are two of the most important considerations in any wilderness situation where the need for high-calorie food becomes imperative. Must be 18 yr to register. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  9:00 am – 4:30 pmregister now
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Mar
14
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Hagood Mill's annual “KidsFest”
Mar
21
Hagood Mill's annual “KidsFest” Music starts at 12:00 noon. "Kids, come join the skiffle band with professional performer Buffalo Barfield". Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
CAMERON CARPENTER, organist
Mar
24
CAMERON CARPENTER, organist Described as the “extravagantly talented smasher of cultural and classical music taboos,” the imaginative and unconventional “classical organ rebel,” Cameron Carpenter, performs on a five-keyboard touring organ made exclusively for him. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  7:30 pm – 9:30 pmview event details
Mushroom Cultivation Workshop with Tradd Cotter
Mar
28
Mushroom Cultivation Workshop with Tradd Cotter An all day event. Mushroom lunch will be provided. Includes instruction a fruiting kit, and a shiitake log Location:  Mushroom MountainWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Sweet Mountain Delights (Baking) Class with Carol Bozarth at Hagood Mill
Mar
28
Sweet Mountain Delights (Baking) Class with Carol Bozarth at Hagood Mill Hands-on Hearth Cooking Class. Learn to prepare traditional southern Appalachian desserts as they were made in the mid-19thcentury. No standard measuring tools available. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:30 am – 4:00 pmregister now

April 2015

CU SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Apr
7
CU SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Furman University music professors and husband and wife duo, Christopher and Deirdre Hutton, perform Saint-Saëns’ delightful and inspiring The Muse and the Poet for cello, violin, and orchestra. Location:  Brooks Center for the Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
CU JAZZ ENSEMBLE
Apr
9
CU JAZZ ENSEMBLE The CU Jazz Ensemble, “The Jungaleers,” presents an eclectic evening of jazz from big band standards and swinging classics to funk charts and original tunes. Location:  Brooks Center for Perfoming ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
A Look Back at the Carolina Blues: at the Pickens County Museum
Apr
10
May
14
A Look Back at the Carolina Blues: at the Pickens County Museum Currently being developed: The Pickens County Museum, in conjunction with the Greater Clemson Blues Festival, is pleased to announce that “A Look Back at the Carolina Blues” will be on display during the months of April & May, 2015. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Steel Magnolias at Easley Foothills Playhouse
Apr
10
Apr
18
Steel Magnolias at Easley Foothills Playhouse This popular play concerns a group of gossipy Southern ladies in a small-town beauty parlor where nobody’s secrets are safe Location:  West End HallWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Clemson BluesFest concert series opens with event at Hagood Mill
Apr
11
Clemson BluesFest concert series opens with event at Hagood Mill Hagood Mill is proud to open the Clemson BluesFest concert series by showcasing a true bluesman of great historical note, Andy Cohen. Music starts at 12:00 noon. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
Early Spring Mountain Hearth Cooking Class with Carol Bozarth
Apr
11
Early Spring Mountain Hearth Cooking Class with Carol Bozarth Prepare and eat some of the traditional spring greens and learn why foraging for greens was so vital in the life of mountain folk. Prepare traditional chicken and dumplings, churn butter, bake corn pone... Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:30 am – 4:00 pmregister now
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Apr
11
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Steel Magnolias at Easley Foothills Playhouse
Apr
12
Apr
19
Steel Magnolias at Easley Foothills Playhouse This popular play concerns a group of gossipy Southern ladies in a small-town beauty parlor where nobody’s secrets are safe. Location:  West End HallWhen:  3:00 pm – 5:00 pmview event details
POPS CONCERT
Apr
12
POPS CONCERT A variety of ensembles perform at the 16th annual “POPS” concert, the proceeds of which benefit the department’s scholarship fund Location:  Patrick SquareWhen:  5:00 pm – 8:00 pmview event details
TWELFTH NIGHT
Apr
13
Apr
18
TWELFTH NIGHT "If music be the food of love, play on…" Shakespeare's comic masterpiece is set against a background of romance and mystery. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  7:30 pm – 9:30 pmview event details
CU SYMPHONIC BAND & CONCERT BAND
Apr
14
CU SYMPHONIC BAND & CONCERT BAND The CU Concert Band and CU Symphonic Band present an evening of great and exciting music. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Greater Clemson Blues Festival
Apr
15
Apr
25
Greater Clemson Blues Festival We had a great time last year, and the Clemson Blues Festival is really going to kick it up a notch this year! While we get all the events for 2015 ready, check out all the fun we had in 2013 and 2014. Location:  Clemson SC and Surrounding AreaWhen:  10:00 am – 10:00 pmview event details
CU WOMEN’S AND MEN’S GLEES
Apr
16
CU WOMEN’S AND MEN’S GLEES The CU Women’s and Men’s Glees each perform repertoire from a variety of style periods. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Pickens Azalea Festival 2015
Apr
17
Apr
18
Pickens Azalea Festival 2015 Mark your Calendars! EVERYONE is invited. Original artwork by artists, multiple-stages where music is filling the air, Cruise-In, 5K walk/run, special activities for children, and a wide variety of food. Join in the FUN! Location:  Main Street When:  8:00 am – 8:00 pmview event details
Days of Wine and Roses at Clemson Little Theatre
Apr
17
Apr
26
Days of Wine and Roses at Clemson Little Theatre Successful Madison Avenue executive, Joe, pursues love with the beautiful, naïve Kirsten. Location:  Clemson Little TheatreWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Celebration of our Hagood Mill Volunteers
Apr
18
Celebration of our Hagood Mill Volunteers With music and folk dance we honor the many wonderful volunteers that make Hagood Mill third Saturday events happen. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
TWELFTH NIGHT
Apr
19
TWELFTH NIGHT "If music be the food of love, play on…" Shakespeare's comic masterpiece is set against a background of romance and mystery. Location:  Brooks Center for the Performing ArtsWhen:  3:00 pm – 5:00 pmview event details
CU SINGERS
Apr
21
CU SINGERS The CU Singers is an elite, mixed-voice ensemble of selected students across all academic majors. Clemson’s premier choral ensemble performs literature from all stylistic genres. Location:  Brooks Center for the Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
36th Annual Juried SC Artists Exhibition at Pickens County Museum
Apr
23
Jun
11
36th Annual Juried SC Artists Exhibition at Pickens County Museum The exhibition resulting from a competition open to all artists working in any medium, 18 years of age or older and living in South Carolina will provide something for a wide variety of artistic tasts. Location:  Pickens Ccounty Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
CU PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE & CU STEEL BAND
Apr
24
CU PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE & CU STEEL BAND The percussion ensemble features contemporary drumming and percussion from around the world, as well as music for marimba ensemble. The steel band performs soca and calypso tunes, in addition to classical, pop, and Latin arrangements. Location:  Brooks Center for Performing ArtsWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Central Railroad Festival
Apr
25
Central Railroad Festival The festival features entertainment, food, music, arts and crafts vendors. Free entertainment for children will be the Fun Express, model train displays, a musical show, a balloon artist, a tractor train ride, face painting and a Thomas the Tank Engine display. Also open for free tours will be the Central Railway Museum. Location:  Downtown CentralWhen:  10:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Breakfast – Pioneer Mountain Style Class with Carol Bozarth at Hagood Mill
Apr
25
Breakfast – Pioneer Mountain Style Class with Carol Bozarth at Hagood Mill Hands-on. Enjoy a well-deserved traditional mountain breakfast of sausage gravy, grits, biscuits, freshly churned butter, baked apples and steaming coffee. Cook and clean without running water or electricity. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:30 am – 4:00 pmregister now

May 2015

Sunday Dinner Cooking Class with Carol Bozarth at Hagood Milll
May
2
Sunday Dinner Cooking Class with Carol Bozarth at Hagood Milll Hands-on class. Come for a spring Sunday dinner with all the fixin's....fried chicken, cream gravy, creamed corn, mashed Irish potatoes, sweet potato biscuits, fruit cobbler and whipped cream. Make it all by the fire without the use of running water or electricity. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:30 am – 4:00 pmregister now
Eighteenth Annual Blue Ridge Fest
May
8
Eighteenth Annual Blue Ridge Fest The Beach Night and Cruise-In on Friday features The Largest Cruise In in the Upstate with over 500 classic cars and exceptional bands featuring Beach Music. Location:  Downtown PickensWhen:  3:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Mushroom Cultivation Workshop
May
9
Mushroom Cultivation Workshop Participants will learn different methods to cultivate mushrooms, designing mushroom gardens, and composting with fungi. Location:  Mushroom MountainWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
May
9
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Armed Forces Celebration at Hagood Mill
May
16
Armed Forces Celebration at Hagood Mill . This is one of the favorite days at the Mill. There will be special military exhibits, vehicles, and music. Music will start at 12:00 noon Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
The Mousetrap at Easley Foothills Playhouse
May
29
Jun
6
The Mousetrap at Easley Foothills Playhouse In this play, a group of total strangers find themselves stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm Location:  West End HallWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
The Mousetrap at Easley Foothills Playhouse
May
31
Jun
7
The Mousetrap at Easley Foothills Playhouse In this play, a group of total strangers find themselves stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm. Location:  West End HallWhen:  3:00 pm – 5:00 pmview event details

June 2015

Les Misérables at Clemson Little Theatre
Jun
5
Jun
21
Les Misérables at Clemson Little Theatre Sing and cry your way through 19th century France with Jean Valjean as he tries to find redemption in life after being released from prison in the midst of revolution, revolt, and heartbreak. Location:  Clemson Little TheatreWhen:  8:00 pm – 10:00 pmview event details
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Jun
13
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Mycoremediation Workshop
Jun
20
Mycoremediation Workshop This intensive all day ?hands on course will give participants the skill level they will need to provide mycoremediation services for devastated habitats around residential sites, arms commercial properties, and superfund opportunities. Location:  Mushroom MountainWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Singer/Songwriter Day at Hagood Mill
Jun
20
Singer/Songwriter Day at Hagood Mill Upstate of South Carolina has many talented and original songwriters who are creating the folk music of tomorrow. This is the day that we salute these wonderful musicians. Music starts at 12:00 noon. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
Ancient Forms, Modern Minds: Contemporary Cherokee Ceramics
Jun
25
Aug
20
Ancient Forms, Modern Minds: Contemporary Cherokee Ceramics Celebrating both tradition and contemporary innovation in one of the oldest, ongoing ceramic traditions in the world, This exhibit focuses on the works of 11 contemporary Cherokee potters. Organized and curated by the Asheville Art Museum Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Surfaces and Spaces: Photography Works of Cecelia Feld & Bruce Schlein
Jun
25
Aug
20
Surfaces and Spaces: Photography Works of Cecelia Feld & Bruce Schlein Highlighting a shared interest in what people write on pavements, walls and fences; acts of mark making the images will focus on how we engage with our environment and how light sources transform that scene. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details

July 2015

Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Jul
11
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Banjo Extravaganza with Charles Wood.at Haood Mill
Jul
18
Banjo Extravaganza with Charles Wood.at Haood Mill Banjo Extravaganza with National Champion Banjoist Charles Wood. Music begins at 12:00 noon. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details

August 2015

Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Aug
8
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Rolling Waterwheel Gospel Jubilee at Hagood Mill
Aug
15
Rolling Waterwheel Gospel Jubilee at Hagood Mill This event salutes our religious heritage with old camp meeting songs, shaped note hymns, and traditional gospel from both Black and White traditions in our area. Music starts at 12:00 noon. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details

September 2015

Third Annual Dacusville Farm Show
Sep
5
Sep
6
Third Annual Dacusville Farm Show Held yearly on Labor Day weekend in September, this event has antique farm & tractors, hayrides, kid zone, antique demostrations, food, arts & crafts, classic cars, and steam engines. All day fun for everyone!Dacusville Farm Show is sponsored by Dacusville Heritage Association. Location:  Dacusville Farm ShowWhen:  8:00 am – 6:00 pmview event details
Water Media by Jo Ann Taylor at Pickens County Museum
Sep
10
Nov
12
Water Media by Jo Ann Taylor at Pickens County Museum A signature member of the International Louisiana Watercolor Society and many others, Jo Ann Taylor says that Plein Air Painting is one of her joys but that every day she paints in the studio using her “Mind’s Eye”. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Upstate South Carolina Printmakers Atelier at Pickens County Museum
Sep
10
Nov
12
Upstate South Carolina Printmakers Atelier at Pickens County Museum An exhibition of the Upstate South Carolina Printmakers Atelier portfolio of original prints in a variety of print media including lithography, intaglio, relief, screen-print and collograph. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Sep
12
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Annual South Carolina State Fiddling' Championship at Hagood Mill
Sep
19
Annual South Carolina State Fiddling' Championship at Hagood Mill As autumn approaches and the leaves turn their brilliant colors, it signals the time for fiddle music in the mountains. Compitition, which is for the South Carolina Fiddling Championship, starts at 12:00 noon. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details

October 2015

Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Oct
10
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Annual Storytelling Festival at Hagood Mill
Oct
17
Annual Storytelling Festival at Hagood Mill The hills around the Hagood Mill will echo with the whispers, howls ‘n hollers of some of the Southeast’s best storytellers sharing bits about all sorts of folks, funnies, cultures and places. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details

November 2015

Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Nov
14
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Feel free to bring side dishes or snacks. Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  2:00 pm – 6:00 pmview event details
Native American Festival at Hagood Mill
Nov
21
Native American Festival at Hagood Mill This event celebrates our Native American heritage. A number of groups from Catawba to Cherokee are represented, including individuals born and raised here as well as those who have more recently made South Carolina their home. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details
Trapping Fish and Small Game – EarthSkills – Hagood Mill
Nov
29
Trapping Fish and Small Game – EarthSkills – Hagood Mill Time and energy conservation are two of the most important considerations in any wilderness situation where the need for high-calorie food becomes imperative. Must be 18 to register. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  7:01 pmview event details

December 2015

Jim Creal: South Carolina Coastal Lithograph Project
Dec
5
Feb
11
Jim Creal: South Carolina Coastal Lithograph Project This exhibit is dependent upon project status.His South Carolina Coastal Lithograph Project consists of original, stone-drawn, hand-printed, lithographic images devoted to capturing the mood, spirit and rich diversity of South Carolina's coastal habitats. Location:  Pickens County Museum of Art & HistoryWhen:  9:00 am – 5:00 pmview event details
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain
Dec
12
Table Rock State Park’s Music on the Mountain Bluegrass Jam Sessions – Table Rock State Park Lodge - Public Welcome - come enjoy the fun! Show the Holiday spirit and bring a covered Christmas dish to share! Location:  Table Rock State Park LodgeWhen:  11:00 am – 6:00 pmview event details
Ed Harrison Memorial Celtic Christmas at Hagood Mill
Dec
19
Ed Harrison Memorial Celtic Christmas at Hagood Mill Deep in the Appalachian soul reverbs the the lilting melodies of the Celts; the Irish, the Scots, and the Scotch- Irish ancestors of Blue Ridge Mountain folk. Location:  Hagood MillWhen:  10:00 am – 4:00 pmview event details