Warfield & Company at Keller Williams Greenville Upstate is a different kind of real estate agency. Rob Warfield is a 3rd generation real estate agent, ‘born and raised’ in real estate and has spent over 15 years studying the real estate market conditions to better help serve you.

 Sarrin Warfield has been an event coordinator for 15 years and is now leveraging her operational skills to support W & Co., while stepping into the real estate world. 

We seek to know the market and to share knowledge with our buyers and sellers. We may be a small team, but our company has a big heart. 

Every month we publish new content that seeks to inform and educate our community.  Please reach out to us if you have any questions, requests, or comments.  We can better utilize this space with your input! 

 

 

March 10, 2021

Never Miss A Thing March 2021

About Town

 

There are many exciting things happening in our amazing city.  We hope you find this monthly list helpful as you explore and enjoy Greenville. 

 

“Down the Streets We Know”, a Fine Art Exhibition

March 9 - 20 

11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

"MÉLANGE...A DIVERSE ARTISTIC COLLECTION", 1607 LAURENS RD SUITE 109, GREENVILLE SC 29607 / FREE

A Fine Art Exhibition of Greenville Street Scenes by Fotini Christophillis, MFA. Fotini Christophillis is a Greenville native. She has lived and worked in Charleston, Boston, and New York, but came home during the pandemic, to avoid the “COVID Constraints” of New York City.

 

Baking 3.14: Pie Day

March 12

BAKING 3.14: PIE DAY (HANDS-ON) It’s time to celebrate 3.1415926535… er… pie! Even if you haven’t thought about math in a long time, you can join in the fun of “Pi Day”.

Truist Culinary & Hospitality Innovation Center - Greenville Technical College

 

Friday Starry Nights

March 12

Join Roper Mountain for a night under the stars in the Hooper Planetarium with a 360° full immersion dome, 4K projection, state-of-the-art lighting, dynamic 5.1 surround sound and more.

Roper Mountain Science Center

 

New Year, New Menu: Meal Planning with your family.

March 13

NEW YEAR, NEW MENU: MEAL PLANNING WITH YOUR FAMILY (HANDS-ON) Want to get organized in 2021? Make a crispy, moist, and delicious roast chicken with your family.  

Truist Culinary & Hospitality Innovation Center - Greenville Technical College

 

Pop-up Supper: St. Patrick's Day

March 17

If you're going to do St. Patrick's Day, you should do it right. M Judson Bookseller's very own Camilla Kitchen rockstar Allie will be hosting a very special meal at M. Judson. 

M Judson Booksellers

 

St Patty's "Bangers and Mash" Cooking Station

March 17

Celebrate St Patty's Day having fun in the kitchen! Come for a St. Patty's day celebration in the kitchen! Chef Craig will be serving up this traditional dish of Ireland.

The Cook's Station

 

Kyshona

March 18

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Kyshona has always lent her voice and music to those that feel they have been silenced or forgotten. Honing a message of empowerment.

Genevieve's at the Peace Center

 

Acrylic Pour Workshop

March 18

This event will be at 13 Stripes Brewery! Enjoy some local brews while our artists teach you step by step how to pour your own masterpiece! No artistic talent needed.  

13 Stripes Brewery

 

BellaNova Electric Strings 

March 19

Fireforge is excited to welcome back BellaNova Electric Strings to play at their taproom! BellaNova Electric Strings is a female electric strings act based in Greenville.

Fireforge Crafted Beer

 

Greenville Swamp Rabbits Hockey Game

The Greenville Swamp Rabbits are back in action, and they can't wait to bring the non-stop excitement of hockey back to the Upstate. Rabbits Rising!

Bon Secours Wellness Arena

 

Friday Starry Nights

Join Roper Mountain for a night under the stars in the Hooper Planetarium with a 360° full immersion dome, 4K projection, state-of-the-art lighting, dynamic 5.1 surround sound and more.

Roper Mountain Science Center

 

Stories on the Steps

March 19

In March, Stories on the Steps is kickin’ it old school with a classic, The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes. Join them on the steps.

M Judson Booksellers

 

Browse & Stroll Sidewalk Art Market

March 20

Inspired by an old-fashioned sidewalk sale, with TR shop owners and curated artists setup along Main Street.  What a great start to Spring.   

Main Street, Travelers Rest

 

Spring Plant Sale

March 20

Carolina Bauernhaus is beyond excited that spring is right around the corner! And since they're all about locally grown, they thought they'd bring some garden goodies your way.

Carolina Bauernhaus Brewery & Winery - Greenville

 

Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt

March 26 

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

RUDOLPH GORDON SCHOOL, 1507 SCUFFLETOWN ROAD, SIMPSONVILLE, SC 29681 / FREE

Advent Scuffletown UMC is hosting a flashlight egg hunt at Rudolph Gordon School. The preschool egg hunt will be on the tennis courts (fenced in) and elementary school kids will hunt on the football field. Bring your flashlights and Easter egg baskets.

 

Pottery Workshop with Hollowed Earth

March 31

13 Stripes Brewery has partnered with Hollowed Earth Pottery to bring you a very special Pottery Workshop the last Wednesday of each month at their Taylors Mill Taproom! 

13 Stripes Brewery

 

Looking for more to do? Visit some of my favorite local websites for ideas:

 

Posted in Community News
Jan. 29, 2021

Never Miss A Thing February 2021

 

About Town

 

There are many exciting things happening in our amazing city.  We hope you find this monthly list helpful as you explore and enjoy Greenville. 

Good Eats

  • Tasty as Fit - Amazing new restaurant in Greenville on Augusta.  Plant based menu with snacks, soups, salads, smoothies and much more. Dine in or grab and go.  
  • Good to Go GVL - Healthy options that you can order ahead for the week.  Delivered to your doorstep and healthy to boot.
  • Sunbelly Cafe - A hidden gem located over near the Swamp Rabbit Grocery.  Plant based, vegan, and gluten free options. 

Get Cultured 

  • Go Dog Go at the Children's Theatre February 6 - 21, 2021 Tickets on sale now for in person or virtual performances.
  • Gyoza and Bao: Dumplings from Japan and China at Truist Culinary & Hospitality Innovation Center - Greenville Technical College on February 4, 2021
  • All Things Chocolate Cooking Class - It's all about the Chocolate! at the Cook Station on February 8 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. $50.00. Call Phone: (864) 250-0091

Go Explore 

Family Friendly

  • Story time at the Greenville Library
  • Cosmic Nights - Big Air
  • The Noisy Farm - Children's Museum

Date Night

 

Looking for more to do? Visit some of my favorite local websites for ideas:

 

 

Posted in Community News
Dec. 12, 2020

The Path to Homeownership [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Path to Homeownership [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Path to Homeownership [INFOGRAPHIC] | MyKCM

Some Highlights

  • If you’re thinking of buying a home and not sure where to start, you’re not alone.
  • Here’s a map with 10 simple steps to follow in the homebuying process.
  • Let’s connect today to discuss the specific steps along the way in our local area.
Posted in Buying a Home
Dec. 11, 2020

Weekly Events: December 11 - 18, 2020

Weather Forecast for the Weekend


Friday: Mostly sunny, high of 66 & low of 46

Saturday: Mostly Sunny, high of 64 & low of 54

Sunday: Mostly Sunny, high of 67 & low of 53

Weekly Events: December 11 - 18, 2020

 

Friday through Sundays, September 18 through December 20, 2020, 11 am – 5 pm

Outdoor Mini Markets: November 7, 21, and December 5, 2020

 

Indie Craft Parade: The Shop Edition

Where: 2909 Old Buncombe Road, Greenville, SC 29619

What: Arts and Makers Pop-Up Shop and Mini- Markets

Admission: $6

Indie Craft Parade website

 

July 23, 2020 - December 31, 2020

Service for All: Integration of Public Libraries in Greenville County
Greenville County Library System
Recurring daily
Hughes Main Library; virtually: website
25 Heritage Green Pl, Greenville, SC 29601
Free!
Greenville County Library System is pleased to honor the 60th anniversary of sit-ins which led to the integration of Greenville’s public libraries in September of 1960.

Click on the button Website to view the virtual exhibit Service for All: Integration of Public Libraries in Greenville County. An expanded version of Service for All is on display at the Hughes Main Library and can be viewed during the library’s normal business hours.

--Physical exhibit at Hughes Main Library runs through Oct 1.
--Virtual exhibit on the web runs through Dec 31.

 

October 8, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Guaranteeing Her Right...The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote
Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Location: Upcountry History Museum
Address: 540 Buncombe St, Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 467-3100
Time: Tue-Sat 10 am-5 pm; Sun 1-5 pm
Price: Adults - $10 | Senior Adults - $9 | Kids (ages 4-18) -$8 | Kids ages 3 and under are FREE.

The campaign for women’s voting rights lasted more than seven decades. Considered the largest reform movement in United States history, its participants believed that securing the vote was essential to achieving women’s economic, social. and political equality. Culminating 100 years ago in the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. the fight for women’s suffrage was not for the fainthearted. Determined women organized, lobbied, paraded, petitioned, lectured, and picketed for years. Suffragists were ridiculed, patronized, and dismissed by opponents. yet they persisted and would not be denied.Although few of the women who began the suffrage campaign before the Civil War lived long enough to witness its final victory in August 1920, their work was carried on by their daughters. granddaughters. and other women whom they had inspired, nurtured, and taught. Their collective story is one of courage, perseverance, and hope that continues to inspire women today.


From the outset. organizers knew the journey would be long and that the battle for the vote would require tenacity, resourcefulness and steadfastness. That resourcefulness was apparent in the efforts of South Carolina women like Anita Pollitzer. Susan Pringle Frost. Charlotta Rollins. Emma Anderson Dunovant. Eulalie Chaffee Salley and numerous others. such as Greenville’s Miss Jim Perry, Eudora Ramsey and Mary Camilla Judson.


In honor of this monumental anniversary, the Upcountry History Museum will present Guaranteeing Her Right… The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote, an exhibition that celebrates the centennial of women’s suffrage by exploring the stories of women’s struggles to achieve full citizenship. The project includes photographs. drawings, illustrations. and artifacts that visualize the complex political messages conveyed by national and local suffragists.
Sponsored by: Charles and Tracy Hardaway and WSPA News Channel 7  

 

September 28 - December 31, 2020 

Happy Hour at Frigid CryoTherapy

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

8540 PELHAM RD GREENVILLE 29615 AND 3105 AUGUSTA STREET GREENVILLE 29605 / $35

Kick your week off with a CHILL at Frigid & save during Happy Hour — Whole Body Chills are only $35! Happy Hour takes place every Monday (at both locations) from 3 – 5. Book your appointment by calling the office or booking online using promo code, HH35. **some exclusions apply**

 

November 13 - December 31, 2020

Greenville Open Studios 12 x 12 Exhibit

12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

VIRTUAL / FREE

Due to COVID-19 the 2020 Greenville Open Studios 12 x 12 exhibit is only featured virtually. The exhibit features 12 x 12 (x12) inch works by some of the participating Greenville Open Studios 2020 artists.

 

December 11 - 20, 2020  

Family Christmas Spectacular

MAULDIN CULTURAL CENTER, 101 E BUTLER RD, MAULDIN, SC 29662 / $15 + PROCESSING FEES

Christmastime is here, so join us for a night of your favorite holiday hits! Performed live by some of the best singers in the Upstate at the Mauldin Cultural Center, this musical revue is sure to get you in the holiday spirit by bringing Christmas cheer to you and to yours! Shows run Fri/Sat at 8 pm and Sun. at 3 p.m.

 

December 11, 2020

Sip n’ Shop Simpsonville

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

MAIN STREET SIMPSONVILLE / $40

Enjoy a night of sippin’ and shoppin’ on December 11th at Sip n’ Shop Simpsonville, Presented by Weichert Realtors – Shaun & Shari Group. Ticket holders will enjoy local and regional wines, gourmet bites, music, and the festive downtown atmosphere as they walk along the tasting and shopping route.

 

December 20, 2020

The Nutcracker Tea

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

VIRTUAL EVENT / $45

Please join International Ballet for the 2020 Nutcracker Tea Party! Your ticket will be in the form of a GIFT BOX packed with all the goodies you’ll need to be our guest and celebrate with us virtually! We also welcome out-of-town guests to join us for this special event as our boxes can be shipped!

 

 

Recurring Events in Greenville

 

Saturday Morning Breakfast Tour

Presented By: Foothill Foodie Tours, LLC

Recurring weekly on Saturday starting at 8:30 am

Foothill Foodie Tours, LLC

Downtown Greenville, Greenville, SC 29601

(864) 553-9404

Tours begin at $55, Gratuity not included.

 

Eat like a local! On any Saturday morning, Downtown Greenville is alive and buzzing with activity. It's where locals and visitors alike meet, eat and hang out. These four unique restaurant venues that are featured on the tour, specialize in serving you the very best in locally sourced and freshest ingredients. Don’t be surprised if breakfast soon becomes one of your favorite meals of the day, and you begin to feel right at home in our beautiful southern town.  Enjoy eating like a local and discovering new places that you may want to add to your "go to" list.  Book your tour today!  Experience Greenville from a local perspective and discover why it is rapidly becoming a hot new destination for everyone!  Bring your friends and family to enjoy and experience this culinary adventure with you!  Reserve your spot today by visiting the website: www.foothillfoodietours.com

 

The Greenville food tour begins at Spoonbread (at the Poinsett Hotel), where you will enjoy the chef's specialty dish - shrimp and grits...a real southern favorite.  This historic iconic hotel is a real treasure and the food is absolutely delicious.  A great way to start your day.  You will also enjoy a delicious crepe prepared at one of Greenville's newest hot spots downtown - Bon Jour Crepe.   We continue our morning walk to Maple Street Biscuits, which has been featured on the Food Network for their wonderful biscuits, there you will enjoy a delightful southern style breakfast.  Book your tour today! A fabulous food tour featuring delicious culinary delights and historic sights through downtown Greenville.  Enjoy!  Tours begin at $55.

 

Greenville BBQ Trail Tour

Recurring weekly on Saturday from 10:45 am-12:45 pm, or by appt.

Meet outside City Hall

206 S Main St, Greenville, SC

(864) 567-3940

$39

 

Greenville's BBQ scene has been gaining more and more national attention, and was most notably ranked a top 10 BBQ city in America by Yahoo.com . While Downtown Greenville's familiar culinary scene has some great BBQ options, this tour will take you outside of the city center to the places locals know and love. These are the types of joints with smoke stacks sticking out of the rooftops and white smoke billowing out of the chimneys--smoking the meats right on the premises.  

 

The Greenville BBQ Trail tour is your opportunity to try back-to-back tastings of  what are considered by many to be among the top BBQ spots in the city.
 
**Tours include:**
• Insights into each restaurant's cooking processes and techniques
• Information about each restaurant's history and how they got started
• Interesting information about Greenville BBQ history
• A drive through old textile mill villages
• And, of course, a chance to try generous portions of smoked meats and delicious sides

 

**Stops include visits to:**
• Bucky's Bar-B-Q
• Henry's Smokehouse
• Mike & Jeff's BBQ

 

Craft Cocktail Tour - Every Saturday, 4-6 pm 

Recurring weekly on Saturday
Downtown Greenville
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 553-9404
Tours begin at $75


Meet Greenville’s newest generation of cocktail creators, taking craft cocktails to the next level. On this Greenville food tour, travel to four distinctly different locations offering specialty cocktail creations and fabulous appetizers made especially for you! Experience specialty craft cocktail creations that will inspire and delight during this 2 hour food tour/adventure. (Must be 21 to attend).

The Greenville food tour begins at Foxcroft Wine, located at 631 S. Main Street. Foxcroft Wine is a culinary experience featuring local Southern ingredients. The next stop, Pomegranate on Main will feature mediterranean cuisine and their iconic martini cocktail for your enjoyment. The next venue will feature a British Pub, Velo Fellow, famous for their fish and chips, but also specialty craft cocktail creations and outstanding appetizers. Then you conclude this wonderful tour experience at the newest night spot in Greenville,for dessert. Old Europe Desserts will delight you with their european desserts, and specialty wine selection to top off this romantic evening. (Must be 21 to attend)

Taco Tuesday at Fireforge Crafted Beer
Recurring weekly on Tuesday from 5-8 pm 
311 E Washington St, Greenville, SC 29601

 

It’s Taco Tuesday at Fireforge with Comal 864. Owner/chef Dayna Lee will fire up the grill and serve a variety of authentic Mexican tacos, quesadillas and nachos from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.There's seating at the outdoor tables in the biergarden at this time. Come join them!  

 

Saturday Wine Tastings

Every Saturday from 4:30-5:30 pm

Northampton Wine + Dine

211-A E Broad St, Greenville, SC 29601

(864) 271-3919

 

Wine tastings are held every Saturday. Paid reservation per phone is required, as space is limited to 20 tasters. Freshly baked bread from The Wine Café and a selection of cheeses are served. The presentation begins promptly at 4:30, completed by 5:30 p.m. Check the website for dates and details. www.northamptonwineanddine.com/wine-tastings

 

Posted in Community News
Dec. 10, 2020

Why It Makes Sense to Sell Your House This Holiday Season

Why It Makes Sense to Sell Your House This Holiday Season

Why It Makes Sense to Sell Your House This Holiday Season | MyKCM

If you’re one of the many homeowners thinking about taking your house off the market for the holidays, hang on. You definitely don’t want to miss the great selling opportunity you have right now. Here’s why this month is the optimal time to make sure your house is available for holiday buyers.

The latest Existing Home Sales Report from The National Association of Realtors (NAR) shows the inventory of houses for sale has dropped to an astonishing all-time low. It now sits at a 2.5-month supply at the current sales pace.

Historically, a 6-month supply is necessary for a ‘normal’ or ‘neutral’ market, in which there are enough homes available for active buyers (See graph below):Why It Makes Sense to Sell Your House This Holiday Season | MyKCMWhen the supply of houses for sale is as low as it is today, it’s much harder for buyers to find homes to purchase. This means competition among purchasers rises and more bidding wars take place, making it essential for buyers to submit very attractive offers.

As this happens, prices rise and sellers are in the best position to negotiate deals that meet their ideal terms. So, if your neighbors decide to remove their listings this season, your house may quickly rise to the top of a holiday buyer’s wish list if you stay on the market.

Today, there are many buyers who are ready, willing, and able to purchase. Record-low mortgage rates and a year filled with unique changes have prompted buyers to think differently about where they live and to take action. The supply of homes for sale is not keeping up with this high demand, making now the optimal time to sell your house.

Bottom Line

Home prices are appreciating in today’s sellers’ market. Making your home available over the next few weeks will give you the most exposure to buyers who will be actively competing against each other to purchase it.

Posted in Selling Guide
Dec. 7, 2020

Refresh your home or workplace for a new year. Add art!

Refresh your home or workplace for a new year. Add art!

Written by Everett King Waldrep owner of Everett King Consulting 

You’ve spent countless hours prepping holiday décor, stringing lights, and setting out art from class projects past and present.  It makes you joyous and happy, right?  Let’s carry that joy with us into the new year.  Here are a few tips to add a little more joy and happiness to your life and home in 2021.

-Collect original art for Christmas.  If you haven’t fallen in love with a work of art yet, ask for a gift certificate to your favorite artist’s studio or local gallery.  Give the gift of art to your children.  It’s a great start for their future collections, homes, or apartments.  And I guarantee will outlast and mean more than one more 1000 piece plastic toy set.  

-Focus on framing.  Find a balance between custom framing and big box- style frames.  There is a place for both.  For original art and art in prominent places I recommend custom framing to complement and amplify the work of art.  Custom framing is also a fantastic option for special pieces of kids’ art.  Framing also protects works of art over time.  Manufactured frames from big box stores are cost effective options for photos, reproductions, and the growing array of kids art.  

- Play with proportions.  Do you have a small work of art that you want to highlight in a larger space?  Consider an extra wide mat to add height and width.  Also consider adding additional art to create a grouping or gallery wall.  

-DO NOT HANG TOO HIGH!  I know, it’s tempting, but just don’t! (Yes, there are always exceptions, like when you want a work to be seen from a seated height.)  A general rule is the center of the work of art should be 60” from the ground.  This varies based on tables, chairs, moldings, and other art in the space.  If you are   unsure about where to best hang works of art, talk to an art consultant or designer—or get a friend to take a look.  At the same time remember, it’s just a hole in the wall that can easily be patched or covered, so don’t stress.  

Adding art to your life is a delightful adventure.  Your collection will grow and change over time. And it will move around as you add new pieces. Most importantly, have fun!

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in Community News
Nov. 19, 2020

How to Host an Intimate Dinner Party From Home

How to Host an Intimate Dinner Party From Home 

Written by Guest Author,  Marisa Perone 
Founder and owner of Grazie Vita, a boutique party-making and cheese board business

A dinner party is, in essence, a simple combination of ingredients, made unique by what the host and guests breathe into the evening - Food, drink and conversation are the foundation. To help you host a special and memorable evening, I’m sharing a few of my go to tips.

Advanced planning is the most important element when striving for a laid back night and a reduction of last minute stressors. Making checklists and creating a detailed timeline will help minimize chaos and any last minute glitches.

Outsourcing as much as possible is the key for our busy lives today, but if your budget doesn’t allow, even just choosing one item to hand off will help!  I suggest purchasing pre-made charcuterie/cheeseboards for appetizers or having groceries and flowers or other supplies delivered. I also suggest hiring a cleaning service before and/or after the party — and don’t be afraid to recruit family members!  

Keeping it simple for yourself is the most crucial part…a meal of homemade truffle pizza, salad and a good bottle of wine is so simple, yet still feels really special.  Our guests don’t need a chef, food should be simple, prepared by a “cook”.  After all, it’s the company and a beautiful table that make the party!

Here’s a suggested timeline and a few more tips I try to stick with:


Two weeks before:

Create your guest list, making sure you have enough dishes, flatware and drinking glasses. 

Send out invitations - evites, Paperless Post or a good ole’ text or email are all cost effective ways and it’s 2020 - so anything goes!

Think about the ambience you wish to create and make a list of items needed to get you there 


One week before:

Plan your menu - dinner, dessert, appetizers, specialty cocktails, drinks, keeping in mind what ingredients are in season and what can be prepared ahead of time or outsourced

Total your RSVP’s and begin creating your shopping lists

Pick up/schedule delivery of your party decor - candles, etc. (other than flowers).  Amazon Prime is my go to for decor and saves so much time!


Two days before:

Pick up all the ingredients or have your groceries delivered 

Purchase wine and any other beverages you’ll be serving, and make sure you have a good corkscrew on hand

Make a playlist that fits the mood you wish to create


The day before:

Prepare as much of the food as possible, including any deserts, appetizers, drink garnishes, etc.

If making a specialty cocktail, I always recommend making it ahead of time to eliminate guests being intimidated and the host being pulled away to make drinks. Batch your cocktail in pretty bottles or pitchers. 

Label serving dishes with post-it notes to be sure nothing is forgotten

Pick up flowers and arrange in vases - I prefer to do this the day before to give blooms time to adjust and open.

Iron linens if needed, set the table and any décor. 

Clean your home and be sure your bathrooms are well stocked with hand soap, fresh flowers, a candle and toilet paper.  And don’t forget to clean your toilet! 


The day of:

I learned the concept, mise en place, years ago and always, always go by this rule - set out all of the ingredients and line them up prior to starting any of your cooking.  Pre-measure and line up small bowls and fill them with everything you’ll need. Hang an empty grocery bag on a cabinet hook or have a large bowl on the counter nearby to toss scraps and trash and keep the meal prep process moving quickly and efficiently.

Prepare the meal giving yourself plenty of time

I recommend waiting and vacuuming/tidying up the day of the party if you have small children. I use the “hide the bodies” approach…Toss it in a closet or under the sofa - no one will ever notice!


Two hours before:

Put pitchers or bottles of water on the table.

Get dressed for the evening 


30-60 minutes before:

Light candles and put on your playlist.

Set up a drink and aperitif station so that guests will have something to drink and small snacks beforehand 

Pour yourself a drink and RELAX - cheers!

“A Dinner party contains the flavor of life” - Brunello Cucinelli

To learn more about the Grazie Vita and Marisa Perone visit her on Instagram @Grazie_Vita

Posted in Community News
Nov. 13, 2020

Weekly Events: November 13 - 20, 2020

 

Weather Forecast for the Weekend


Friday: Mostly cloudy, high of 75 & low of 48

Saturday: Sunny, high of 67 & low of 52

Sunday: Scattered showers, high of 70 & low of 41

Weekly Events: November 13 - 20, 2020

 

Friday through Sundays, September 18 through December 20, 2020, 11 am – 5 pm

Outdoor Mini Markets: November 7, 21, and December 5, 2020

 

Indie Craft Parade: The Shop Edition

Where: 2909 Old Buncombe Road, Greenville, SC 29619

What: Arts and Makers Pop-Up Shop and Mini- Markets

Admission: $6

Indie Craft Parade website

 

July 23, 2020 - December 31, 2020

Service for All: Integration of Public Libraries in Greenville County
Greenville County Library System
Recurring daily
Hughes Main Library; virtually: website
25 Heritage Green Pl, Greenville, SC 29601
Free!
Greenville County Library System is pleased to honor the 60th anniversary of sit-ins which led to the integration of Greenville’s public libraries in September of 1960.

Click on the button Website to view the virtual exhibit Service for All: Integration of Public Libraries in Greenville County. An expanded version of Service for All is on display at the Hughes Main Library and can be viewed during the library’s normal business hours.

--Physical exhibit at Hughes Main Library runs through Oct 1.
--Virtual exhibit on the web runs through Dec 31.

 

October 8, 2020 - November 19, 2020

Bendy Birds Yoga
Presented By: Birds Fly South Ale Project
Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Thursday
Location: Birds Fly South Ale Project
Address: 1320 Hampton Ave Ext, Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 412-8825
Time: 6:30-8 PM
Price: $10

Join Birds Fly South for their weekly OUTDOOR session of Bendy Birds Yoga! This one-hour mindful class will challenge and restore the body while flowing through gentle to moderate poses that will be accessible for students of all levels. Every Thursday night at 6:30 in the canyon taught at Hampton Station by instructor Abbey (weather permitting). $10 gets you into this guided yoga class and a free pint! Capped at 25 participants per class, so please come at least 10 minutes early to set up and RSVP. $10 for yoga and a beer

Sign in and pay at the bar when you arrive (credit and cash accepted).

Both before and after class, respect social distancing guidelines, and BRING YOUR MASK! Masks are required for paying and ordering your beer after.

Bring your own mat! They will not be providing any mats or other props.

Mats will be spaced 6’ apart

 

October 8, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Guaranteeing Her Right...The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote
Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Location: Upcountry History Museum
Address: 540 Buncombe St, Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 467-3100
Time: Tue-Sat 10 am-5 pm; Sun 1-5 pm
Price: Adults - $10 | Senior Adults - $9 | Kids (ages 4-18) -$8 | Kids ages 3 and under are FREE.

The campaign for women’s voting rights lasted more than seven decades. Considered the largest reform movement in United States history, its participants believed that securing the vote was essential to achieving women’s economic, social. and political equality. Culminating 100 years ago in the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. the fight for women’s suffrage was not for the fainthearted. Determined women organized, lobbied, paraded, petitioned, lectured, and picketed for years. Suffragists were ridiculed, patronized, and dismissed by opponents. yet they persisted and would not be denied.Although few of the women who began the suffrage campaign before the Civil War lived long enough to witness its final victory in August 1920, their work was carried on by their daughters. granddaughters. and other women whom they had inspired, nurtured, and taught. Their collective story is one of courage, perseverance, and hope that continues to inspire women today.


From the outset. organizers knew the journey would be long and that the battle for the vote would require tenacity, resourcefulness and steadfastness. That resourcefulness was apparent in the efforts of South Carolina women like Anita Pollitzer. Susan Pringle Frost. Charlotta Rollins. Emma Anderson Dunovant. Eulalie Chaffee Salley and numerous others. such as Greenville’s Miss Jim Perry, Eudora Ramsey and Mary Camilla Judson.


In honor of this monumental anniversary, the Upcountry History Museum will present Guaranteeing Her Right… The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote, an exhibition that celebrates the centennial of women’s suffrage by exploring the stories of women’s struggles to achieve full citizenship. The project includes photographs. drawings, illustrations. and artifacts that visualize the complex political messages conveyed by national and local suffragists.
Sponsored by: Charles and Tracy Hardaway and WSPA News Channel 7  

 

October 9, 23 & November 13 & 27  
Tunes in Town
Main Street in Travelers Rest
Travelers Rest, SC 29690

 

Come enjoy a relaxing Friday evening stroll down Main Street in Travelers Rest and hear some of the Upstate’s most talented jazz musicians perform! The outdoor format offers visitors a unique, safe dining experience during COVID-19.On Friday evenings, Tunes in Town will bring jazz music to Main Street through a partnership with the Greenville Jazz Collective & Fine Arts Center. Musicians will be located throughout town so you experience great music while visiting shops and restaurants.

 

November 1 - 29,2020

Sunday Jazz Brunch Back at CityRange

11:00 AM - 2:30 PM

615 HAYWOOD RD., GREENVILLE, SC 29607 / PRICING VARIES

Enjoy laid-back dining with chef’s menu of fresh selections, great bar specials, and the good vibes of local jazz musicians. Spacious socially-distanced dining rooms, bar and patio seating. Call 864-286-9018 for reservations.

 

November 7, 2020 - November 30, 2020

Greenville Open Studios

Recurring daily

Location: Various studio locations; also virtually

Address: Greenville, SC

Phone: (864) 467-3132

Price: Free!

 

Greenville Open Studios allows you to experience the life of local artists at work in their studios this November. Engage with our community's incredible talent, learn about artistic processes, enhance or begin your art collection and become inspired.

 

Greenville Open Studios opens the studios of local visual artists to the public. The event is held annually in November, and showcases artists at work in their studios. 

 

Studio locations vary throughout a 15-mile radius of downtown Greenville with Easley, Greer, Travelers Rest and Dacusville included.

 

The 2020 self-guided tour will feature 133 artists and their studios. This year, artists will choose their own hours, make appointments or only participate virtually from November 7 – 30. Each of the artists will also have a video of their studio online.

 

November 13
 

Open House Events at CHI (Turn your Thanksgiving leftovers into pre-game appetizers!)

4:30 – 6 p.m.

PoeWest in the Village of West Greenville

556 Perry Ave. Suite B114, Greenville, SC 29611

(864) 250-8835

Free! Registration required.

 

GTC’s Truist Culinary & Hospitality Innovation Center (CHI) hosts open house events on November 13 and December 4. These events are free to anyone who would like to see GTC’s brand-new CHI facility and learn more about the upcoming cooking classes in the state-of-the-art teaching kitchen and studio.

 

Join them to find out more about their courses, take a tour, and watch Chef Bill Twaler perform a live cooking demonstration. They have limited space, and it will fill quickly!

 

Masks are required for all college visitors, students and employees. Please do not bring extra guests. For updated information, please check reopening plans and guidelines to the college’s response to COVID-19.

 

Visit their Website to register to attend.

 

November 16 - 18, 2020

Impact Greenville & GVL 2040 Virtual Event

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

WEBINAR, REGISTER ONLINE / FREE

 

Join us to learn more about the GVL2040 plan that will soon come before the City’s Planning Commission and City Council. The draft plan, executive summaries, and plan highlights are available here for review. The sessions will feature city staff, steering committee members, and the plan consultant. Register for the 5:30 p.m. webinar on November 16 or the noon webinar on November 18.

 

Recurring Events in Greenville

 

Saturday Morning Breakfast Tour

Presented By: Foothill Foodie Tours, LLC

Recurring weekly on Saturday starting at 8:30 am

Foothill Foodie Tours, LLC

Downtown Greenville, Greenville, SC 29601

(864) 553-9404

Tours begin at $55, Gratuity not included.

 

Eat like a local! On any Saturday morning, Downtown Greenville is alive and buzzing with activity. It's where locals and visitors alike meet, eat and hang out. These four unique restaurant venues that are featured on the tour, specialize in serving you the very best in locally sourced and freshest ingredients. Don’t be surprised if breakfast soon becomes one of your favorite meals of the day, and you begin to feel right at home in our beautiful southern town.  Enjoy eating like a local and discovering new places that you may want to add to your "go to" list.  Book your tour today!  Experience Greenville from a local perspective and discover why it is rapidly becoming a hot new destination for everyone!  Bring your friends and family to enjoy and experience this culinary adventure with you!  Reserve your spot today by visiting the website: www.foothillfoodietours.com

 

The Greenville food tour begins at Spoonbread (at the Poinsett Hotel), where you will enjoy the chef's specialty dish - shrimp and grits...a real southern favorite.  This historic iconic hotel is a real treasure and the food is absolutely delicious.  A great way to start your day.  You will also enjoy a delicious crepe prepared at one of Greenville's newest hot spots downtown - Bon Jour Crepe.   We continue our morning walk to Maple Street Biscuits, which has been featured on the Food Network for their wonderful biscuits, there you will enjoy a delightful southern style breakfast.  Book your tour today! A fabulous food tour featuring delicious culinary delights and historic sights through downtown Greenville.  Enjoy!  Tours begin at $55.

 

Greenville BBQ Trail Tour

Recurring weekly on Saturday from 10:45 am-12:45 pm, or by appt.

Meet outside City Hall

206 S Main St, Greenville, SC

(864) 567-3940

$39

 

Greenville's BBQ scene has been gaining more and more national attention, and was most notably ranked a top 10 BBQ city in America by Yahoo.com . While Downtown Greenville's familiar culinary scene has some great BBQ options, this tour will take you outside of the city center to the places locals know and love. These are the types of joints with smoke stacks sticking out of the rooftops and white smoke billowing out of the chimneys--smoking the meats right on the premises.  

 

The Greenville BBQ Trail tour is your opportunity to try back-to-back tastings of  what are considered by many to be among the top BBQ spots in the city.
 
**Tours include:**
• Insights into each restaurant's cooking processes and techniques
• Information about each restaurant's history and how they got started
• Interesting information about Greenville BBQ history
• A drive through old textile mill villages
• And, of course, a chance to try generous portions of smoked meats and delicious sides

 

**Stops include visits to:**
• Bucky's Bar-B-Q
• Henry's Smokehouse
• Mike & Jeff's BBQ

 

Craft Cocktail Tour - Every Saturday, 4-6 pm 

Recurring weekly on Saturday
Downtown Greenville
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 553-9404
Tours begin at $75


Meet Greenville’s newest generation of cocktail creators, taking craft cocktails to the next level. On this Greenville food tour, travel to four distinctly different locations offering specialty cocktail creations and fabulous appetizers made especially for you! Experience specialty craft cocktail creations that will inspire and delight during this 2 hour food tour/adventure. (Must be 21 to attend).

The Greenville food tour begins at Foxcroft Wine, located at 631 S. Main Street. Foxcroft Wine is a culinary experience featuring local Southern ingredients. The next stop, Pomegranate on Main will feature mediterranean cuisine and their iconic martini cocktail for your enjoyment. The next venue will feature a British Pub, Velo Fellow, famous for their fish and chips, but also specialty craft cocktail creations and outstanding appetizers. Then you conclude this wonderful tour experience at the newest night spot in Greenville,for dessert. Old Europe Desserts will delight you with their european desserts, and specialty wine selection to top off this romantic evening. (Must be 21 to attend)

Taco Tuesday at Fireforge Crafted Beer
Recurring weekly on Tuesday from 5-8 pm 
311 E Washington St, Greenville, SC 29601

 

It’s Taco Tuesday at Fireforge with Comal 864. Owner/chef Dayna Lee will fire up the grill and serve a variety of authentic Mexican tacos, quesadillas and nachos from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.There's seating at the outdoor tables in the biergarden at this time. Come join them!  

 

 

Saturday Wine Tastings

Every Saturday from 4:30-5:30 pm

Northampton Wine + Dine

211-A E Broad St, Greenville, SC 29601

(864) 271-3919

 

Wine tastings are held every Saturday. Paid reservation per phone is required, as space is limited to 20 tasters. Freshly baked bread from The Wine Café and a selection of cheeses are served. The presentation begins promptly at 4:30, completed by 5:30 p.m. Check the website for dates and details. www.northamptonwineanddine.com/wine-tastings

 

Posted in Community News
Nov. 12, 2020

Thinking about selling your home?

 Thinking about Selling?!?

The Greenville home inventory continues to decrease from %16 last month to 19% this time over last year. The percentage of homes sold, however is up 6.6%.  As a seller, you will likely have less competition and the average sold price is higher as well. Many sellers are finding themselves in multiple offer situations and getting above their asking price because the demand in the market is so high.  (If you are thinking of buying and entering a low inventory market with a possible multiple offer scenario, we have years of experience navigating those situations and have curated special clauses for our buyers to help them come out on top.)

 

As a home owner, another thing to consider would be refinancing. Interest rates are currently at an all time low and refinancing may save you a good amount on your mortgage payment every month. 

 

To start, we would love to provide you with a FREE, no obligation market report and property valuation.  This will help you determine what is actively occurring in your market/neighborhood and what action you would like to take, if any.  Let's grab coffee or FaceTime soon to chat more about how we can create these two things for you.  Call us today 864-660-2040.

Posted in Real Estate News
Oct. 23, 2020

Weekly Events: October 23 - 30, 2020

 

 

Weather Forecast for the Weekend


Friday: Mostly Sunny, high of 78 & low of 61

Saturday: Scattered Thunderstorms, high of 80 & low of 63

Sunday: Scattered Thunderstorms, high of 74 & low of 61

 

Friday through Sundays, September 18 through December 20, 2020, 11 am – 5 pm

Outdoor Mini Markets: November 7, 21, and December 5, 2020

Indie Craft Parade: The Shop Edition

Where: 2909 Old Buncombe Road, Greenville, SC 29619

What: Arts and Makers Pop-Up Shop and Mini- Markets

Admission: $6

Indie Craft Parade website

 

July 23, 2020 - December 31, 2020
Service for All: Integration of Public Libraries in Greenville County
Presented By: Greenville County Library System
Recurrence: Recurring daily
Location: In-person: Hughes Main Library; virtually: website
Address: 25 Heritage Green Pl, Greenville, SC 29601
Price: Free!
Greenville County Library System is pleased to honor the 60th anniversary of sit-ins which led to the integration of Greenville’s public libraries in September of 1960.

Click on the button Website to view the virtual exhibit Service for All: Integration of Public Libraries in Greenville County. An expanded version of Service for All is on display at the Hughes Main Library and can be viewed during the library’s normal business hours.

--Physical exhibit at Hughes Main Library runs through Oct 1.
--Virtual exhibit on the web runs through Dec 31.

 

Craft Cocktail Tour - Every Saturday, 4-6 pm 

Presented By: Foothill Foodie Tours, LLC
Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Saturday
Location: Downtown Greenville
Address: Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 553-9404
Price: Tours begin at $75
Meet Greenville’s newest generation of cocktail creators, taking craft cocktails to the next level. On this Greenville food tour, travel to four distinctly different locations offering specialty cocktail creations and fabulous appetizers made especially for you! Experience specialty craft cocktail creations that will inspire and delight during this 2 hour food tour/adventure. (Must be 21 to attend).

The Greenville food tour begins at Foxcroft Wine, located at 631 S. Main Street. Foxcroft Wine is a culinary experience featuring local Southern ingredients. The next stop, Pomegranate on Main will feature mediterranean cuisine and their iconic martini cocktail for your enjoyment. The next venue will feature a British Pub, Velo Fellow, famous for their fish and chips, but also specialty craft cocktail creations and outstanding appetizers. Then you conclude this wonderful tour experience at the newest night spot in Greenville,for dessert. Old Europe Desserts will delight you with their european desserts, and specialty wine selection to top off this romantic evening. (Must be 21 to attend)

Taco Tuesday at Fireforge Crafted Beer
5-8 pm 

311 E Washington St, Greenville, SC 29601
Recurring weekly on Tuesday
It’s Taco Tuesday at Fireforge with Comal 864. Owner/chef Dayna Lee will fire up the grill and serve a variety of authentic Mexican tacos, quesadillas and nachos from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.There's seating at the outdoor tables in the biergarden at this time. Come join them!

October 1 - 31, 2020, 6 to 10 p.m. 
Dine On Trade 
Trade Street will close to traffic and restaurants in Greer will offer outdoor dining on Trade Street every Friday evening from 6 to 10 pm in October.

  

Harvest Season at The Greenville State Farmers’ Market runs October 1-31, 2020.

Typically they do a Fall Plant and Flower Festival annually, but this year are extending the festivities throughout the month of October. Find fall falls, pumpkins, seasonal produce and more.

 

October 8, 2020 - November 19, 2020
Bendy Birds Yoga
Presented By: Birds Fly South Ale Project
Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Thursday
Location: Birds Fly South Ale Project
Address: 1320 Hampton Ave Ext, Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 412-8825
Time: 6:30-8 PM
Price: $10

Join Birds Fly South for their weekly OUTDOOR session of Bendy Birds Yoga! This one-hour mindful class will challenge and restore the body while flowing through gentle to moderate poses that will be accessible for students of all levels. Every Thursday night at 6:30 in the canyon taught at Hampton Station by instructor Abbey (weather permitting). $10 gets you into this guided yoga class and a free pint! Capped at 25 participants per class, so please come at least 10 minutes early to set up and RSVP. $10 for yoga and a beer

Sign in and pay at the bar when you arrive (credit and cash accepted).

Both before and after class, respect social distancing guidelines, and BRING YOUR MASK! Masks are required for paying and ordering your beer after.

Bring your own mat! They will not be providing any mats or other props.

Mats will be spaced 6’ apart

 

October 8, 2020 - February 14, 2021
Guaranteeing Her Right...The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote
Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Location: Upcountry History Museum
Address: 540 Buncombe St, Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 467-3100
Time: Tue-Sat 10 am-5 pm; Sun 1-5 pm
Price: Adults - $10 | Senior Adults - $9 | Kids (ages 4-18) -$8 | Kids ages 3 and under are FREE.

The campaign for women’s voting rights lasted more than seven decades. Considered the largest reform movement in United States history, its participants believed that securing the vote was essential to achieving women’s economic, social. and political equality. Culminating 100 years ago in the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. the fight for women’s suffrage was not for the fainthearted. Determined women organized, lobbied, paraded, petitioned, lectured, and picketed for years. Suffragists were ridiculed, patronized, and dismissed by opponents. yet they persisted and would not be denied.Although few of the women who began the suffrage campaign before the Civil War lived long enough to witness its final victory in August 1920, their work was carried on by their daughters. granddaughters. and other women whom they had inspired, nurtured, and taught. Their collective story is one of courage, perseverance, and hope that continues to inspire women today.


From the outset. organizers knew the journey would be long and that the battle for the vote would require tenacity, resourcefulness and steadfastness. That resourcefulness was apparent in the efforts of South Carolina women like Anita Pollitzer. Susan Pringle Frost. Charlotta Rollins. Emma Anderson Dunovant. Eulalie Chaffee Salley and numerous others. such as Greenville’s Miss Jim Perry, Eudora Ramsey and Mary Camilla Judson.


In honor of this monumental anniversary, the Upcountry History Museum will present Guaranteeing Her Right… The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote, an exhibition that celebrates the centennial of women’s suffrage by exploring the stories of women’s struggles to achieve full citizenship. The project includes photographs. drawings, illustrations. and artifacts that visualize the complex political messages conveyed by national and local suffragists.
Sponsored by: Charles and Tracy Hardaway and WSPA News Channel 7 
 

 

October 9, 23 & November 13 & 27  
Tunes in Town
Main Street in Travelers Rest
Travelers Rest, SC 29690

 

Come enjoy a relaxing Friday evening stroll down Main Street in Travelers Rest and hear some of the Upstate’s most talented jazz musicians perform! The outdoor format offers visitors a unique, safe dining experience during COVID-19.On Friday evenings, Tunes in Town will bring jazz music to Main Street through a partnership with the Greenville Jazz Collective & Fine Arts Center. Musicians will be located throughout town so you experience great music while visiting shops and restaurants.

 

October 15, 2020 - November 1, 2020

Boo in the Zoo

Recurring weekly on Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Greenville Zoo

150 Cleveland Park Drive, Greenville, SC 29601

(864) 467-5704

3-8 pm

Trick-or-Treating Admission: $9 members & $12 non-members; Non Trick-or-Treating Admission: Free members; $10 non-members

 

Greenville Zoo’s annual family-friendly Halloween event for all ages features trick-or-treating and fun specialty areas including Dragon Alley, a princess castle and an extinct species graveyard. Everyone is invited to dress up and join in the fun. Proceeds benefit various programs throughout the zoo and conservation efforts. Please see below for special safety features new for 2020.

 

New for 2020

  • For the safety of guests, they are doing timed entrances and limiting the attendance each night.
  • Guests are asked to pre-purchase tickets online to guarantee their preferred entry time. With limited capacity, Boo in the Zoo is expected to sell out each night. Walk-ups will not be permitted on sold out nights.
  • Guests are asked to bring their own bags for trick-or-treating. 
  • All guests ages 2 and over must wear a face covering.
  • To comply with approved capacity levels, guests are asked not to arrive at the ticket booth before their assigned time.

October 22, 2020 - January 21,2021

Baking Spirits Bright: Gingerbread Making Class Series

VIRTUAL / $29

 

Learn how to make Gingerbread Houses at-home via a three-part series featuring All-Star Chefs & Competition Judges (including celebrity chef, Carla Hall). A portion of the proceeds goes to ACFEF’s Chef & Child Initiative. Class takers also receive 15% off stays Jan. – Mar. ‘21.

 

October 22, 2020 - October 24, 2020

Boots, Beer, & BBQ

Presented By: Centre Stage - Professional Theatre, Local Artists

Recurring daily

Abner Creek Farm

(864) 233-6733

6-9 PM

$50

 

Put on your dancin’ boots and join Centre Stage for an evening of country fun! On October 22-24, Centre Stage will bring you three fun filled evenings of the Country Music Festival “Boots, Beer, & BBQ” at Abner Creek Farm in Greer. Each ticket includes a BBQ dinner by Charlie’s BBQ and one drink per person. Bring your own seating and grab a cold one with three or more of your friends, tapping your toes to your favorite classic hits by some of the biggest country stars of all time, including Johnny Cash, Garth Brooks, Shania Twain, Faith Hill, Hank Williams, Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney, Brooks & Dunn, and more! Food will be served at 6pm and the show will begin at 7pm.

 

Centre Stage has taken the Greater Greenville Pledge and will continue to take all the necessary precautions to ensure patrons, performers, and guests are kept safe. They are watching CDC guidelines closely and will provide updates should anything need to change. Guests are required to wear masks upon entry and are asked to maintain social distancing for the duration of the event. See you there!

 

October 23, 2020

Seth and Sara Brand | Live Music

Fireforge Crafted Beer

311 E Washington St, Greenville, SC 29601

7-9 pm

Seth and Sara have been trekking across the country performing as their American Duo since 2018. Seth has been recognized and praised through the states for his mesmerizing vocals, heartfelt tunes, and raw talent on the strings. His passionate performance, aided by his wife Sara, on percussion, is bringing their sound back to the Fireforge biergarden. If you enjoy a night filled with love, humor, heartbreak, dancing, and a rootsy kind of edge, then Seth and Sara is a show not to be missed!

 

October 24, 2020

FALL in LOVE with The Cook's Station Fall Sale & Festival

The Cook's Station

515 Buncombe St, Greenville, SC 29601

(864) 250-0091

9 AM-8 PM

Free

This will be an indoor/outdoor, fun filled, all things culinary, fall event!

 

- Hourly giveaways
- HUGE sale with items between 50%-70% off
- 9am to 1pm $13 Bottomless Mimosas
- 1pm -6pm $3 beer and wine specials
- 10am -12pm: Kids cookie decorating
- 11am - 3pm: Primo Grill demonstrations
- 11am to 4pm: Taste of The Cook’s Station in the education kitchen to include food demo & sampling in a covid, safe manner
- Local Vendors

 

....and LOADS more!

 

October 25, 2020

Paint Your Pumpkin - Paint & Sip

Wine & Design Greenville SC

1175 Woods Crossing Ste. 1B, Greenville, SC 29607

(864) 288-1260

3 pm

$35

 

BRING YOUR OWN PUMPKINS! The artists will show you plenty of designs to make your pumpkins of choice decorative for the home or office! Wine & Design is not your typical art class. Be prepared to listen to music, laugh and let go of stress. Bring a friend or come alone, they promise you will have a good time. No experience needed, as they walk you through each step. Please note, each canvas is pre-traced.

They start painting AT the scheduled time of class. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE ONLINE. There is no guarantee that they can accommodate walk-ins, and a $5 convenience fee will be charged at the door. This class last approximately 2 hours.

Doors open 15 minutes prior to class time. General seating on a first-come, first-served basis.
BYOB - Bring your favorite beverage (Wine or Beer only) and your own snacks. Must be 21 and over to consume alcohol (They card!). They supply cups and bottle/wine openers. They do not have ice, but you may bring your own cooler or wine bucket to keep at your seat. Arrive 10 minutes early so you can get settled in your seat and be ready to paint at your scheduled event time! Tardiness may result in the loss of your seat.

 

This is an ADULT painting party, and recommended for ages 16+ and up! Anyone under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult! Children under the age of 16 are not permitted into adult classes, including infants. Each person present in studio must have a paid seat.

 

Please consider tipping your lovely artist at your leisure. They look forward to seeing you for a class of fun and creativity!

** Cancellation policy as follows: Refunds will not be given in the event that a customer cancels their reservation. To receive a credit towards another class you must email greenvillesc@wineanddesign.com 24 hours before an event. For this reason, please note that if you are booking a reservation within 24 hours of the class, a credit will NOT be an option in the event you cannot attend class. ***No credit or refund will be given within 24 hours.

 

If there is a threat of inclement weather or if the event has low attendance, it is subject to cancellation. If this is the case, you will be contacted the DAY OF THE EVENT and given a CREDIT for another class of equal value. Thank you!

 

 

Posted in Community News