Fire up the grill to enjoy a gourmet meal and live music by local artist, Kylie Odetta, from the comfort of your own home. A Child’s Haven (ACH) invites you to “Foodies For Futures”, a live streamed virtual fundraiser on Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 6:30pm. Funds raised will directly support ACH’s therapeutic programs that treat children and families who have experienced trauma.
Hosted by Dex Mitchell and Barbie T from the 98.1 morning show, Foodies for Futures will feature Table 301’s Chef Rodney Freidank guiding you through preparing your three-course meal for two. After you are done cooking, sip on your favorite beverage and enjoy an intimate performance by Greenville’s own Kylie Odetta.
To participate, you must register for a $150 Foodies For Futures box that includes all ingredients, cooking instructions, a bottle of wine, and a cocktail pairing for two. Prior to the event, your package may be delivered, or you can pick up at one of three designated locations.
$100 of every registration box provides healing therapy to even more children with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges and their families. Register today and find out more by visiting https://achildshaven.org/foodies-june-2021/
Weekly art camps at Greenville Center for Creative Arts are designed to let kids ages 5-12 explore their creativity through a range of materials and concepts. Each week will feature a different artistic medium and include professional guest artists who demonstrate technique and discuss what makes their work unique. Find a new creative adventure each weekday morning from 9 am – 12 pm this summer at GCCA beginning the week of June 7 through July 30.
In the late 19th century, three brilliant inventors, Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse, battled over which electricity system – direct current (DC) or alternating current – would power the world’s entry into the 20th century. The stakes were monumental. The battle epic. The “dirty tricks” down right dirty. And Eric Vedeler will take the “mystery” out of electricity.
Imagine sitting around a campfire with Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kiuk-kiuk, Black Hawk, listening to the stories of creation and the legends of his grandfathers. Storyteller and historian Brian “Fox” Ellis begins the program with his family’s connection to the Trail of Tears and the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation from their ancestral homeland in the Carolinas. Using this personal history and a deep knowledge of Native American history this intimate story builds a bridge, bringing the audience on a journey back into those dark days of American History with both humor and real insight, drawing strength from the resilience of the people. The audience is then led down the path through time to an encounter with Black Hawk’s Band on the eve of the battle. Two-thirds of the show is drawn directly from Black Hawk’s Autobiography. Fox then seamlessly becomes the reporter who transcribed and published Black Hawk’s life story. Weaving true history with folklore to create a tapestry of symbolic language he draws the audience into the world view of this respected leader of his people. There are traditional chants and drumming songs, including a chance for the audience to sing-a-long, and celebrate the First Nations of this land, and to begin to see the world through Native eyes.
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The 2021 Start:ME Entrepreneurs are ready to gather feedback from you! Their potential customers!
Start:ME Spartanburg is hosting a ‘Customer Focus Group Night’ for customers from the Northside community and the Cleveland Academy of Leadership area and neighboring communities on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 from 6 to 8 PM at the Johnson College of Business and Economics.