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Fire In The Garden

Production: Fire In The Garden (Virtual)

February 18-February 28

In Ken Weitzman's Fire in the Garden, a new father records a birthday message for his one-year-old son as he wrestles with the legacy, doubts, and hope that he has for the world that his son will inherit. Featuring longtime Warehouse performer, Aaron Brakefield, this one-man play delivers the intimacy, intensity, and unexpected turns virtually that our audiences have come to expect from our live shows in the last 47 years. The show will be available from February 18 until February…

Spartanburg Philharmonic in Soulful Serenade

February 20@7:00 pm-February 28@8:00 pm

Composer Gustav Mahler once wrote in a letter, "My music is lived!" And it is in this spirit that our first program of 2021 was born. This February, the Spartanburg Philharmonic invites you to reinvigorate your soul with Soulful Serenade featuring pieces that tug at your heart, pull at your emotions, and even transform your spirit. Whether you seek to be inspired, transported, soothed, or embraced, Soulful Serenade will do all that and more. Get swept away by the color and…

ASAP’s 2021 Virtual Business of Farming Conference

February 25-February 27
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating indefinitely

ASAP’s annual Business of Farming Conference, held virtually in 2021, brings together professional and aspiring farmers from across the Southeast to network and share resources to build viable farm businesses. Farmers will learn about marketing, business planning, branding, and management from regional experts and innovative peers. Within the virtual format, attendees will have the opportunity to meet, connect, and form supportive relationships. The popular Grower-Buyer Meeting, a chance for farmers to meet directly with grocers, distributors, and chefs to discuss…

NEXT’s March Entrepreneur Exchange- Lessons Learned: Raising Capital and Positioning for Scale in Greenville

March 1@12:00 pm

This meeting is for entrepreneurs, startups, small business owners, investors, etc. If you'd like to learn more about becoming part of NEXT, email info@nextsc.org to get involved. Our March meeting will feature GVL's own Ryan Heafy, CoFounder and COO of 6 AM City, as he shares his stories from the trenches of building, raising, and scaling in our region. 6 AM City, recently closed a Series Seed funding round, positioning the company to double in size in 2021. Like the…

Insurrection at the Capitol: Insights from a Former White Nationalist

March 2@6:00 pm-7:15 pm

Derek Black, godson of David Duke and former leader in the white nationalist movement who is now an outspoken critic, will join Furman philosophy professor Aaron Simmons, Ph.D., virtually on Tuesday, March 2 at 6:00 pm to discuss the undercurrents, identities, and passions that motivated the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. This event is free and open to the public. To learn more and register, visit furman.edu/derek-black.

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