The Gaffney community offers many entertainments and cultural events for the public to enjoy. Scroll down to see some of the options available during the month of November and December.
The Gaffney Station Farmers Market, located at 500 North Granard Street is open. Fresh, locally grown produce is available now. For updates, visit the Gaffney Station Farmers Market Facebook page.
Redcoats: The British Soldier in South Carolina During the Revolutionary War is an original traveling exhibition produced and circulated by The Charleston Museum. The exhibit is on display at the Gaffney Visitors Center and Art Gallery, 210 West Frederick Street through May 2015. Admission is FREE.
Being displayed for the first time outside of the S.C. State Museum, The American Revolutionary War 1775-1783 in South Carolina exhibit is now open at the Cherokee County History & Arts Museum, 301 College Drive, Gaffney, S.C. The exhibit chronicles the state's involvement in, and highlights many of, the over two hundred battles and skirmishes fought here (more than any other state), including the Battles of Cowpens and Kings Mountain. The exhibit can be seen during regular Museum hours, 10:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday until November 22.
The exhibit will serve as the starting point for the Spirits of Independencetours being presented on Sunday, October 5. The Spirits of Gaffney's Revolutionary War history will come to life on a guided tour of exhibits and sites relevant to the War for Independence. Tickets for the narrated covered-wagon tours are available now at the History and Arts Museum or by phone at 864-489-3988. Tours will depart every thirty minutes beginning at 5:00pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance for $10 per person. There is limited availability so get your tickets today!
The exhibit and tours are a part of the Upstate Rev War Weekend and the City of Gaffney's ongoing Relive Our Revolution activities.
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Portraits of American Revolutionary War heroes by artist T. Kelly Pauley will be on view in the second floor gallery at City Hall, 201 North Limestone Street, from October 13 through November 24. Admission is FREE.