Spartanburg Regional History Museum is currently exhibiting Maps Alive!, a collection of historic and artistic maps of Spartanburg, South Carolina, and the surrounding area, provided by local volunteer and map enthusiast Ron Swain. ...Read More.
To the tune of a featured weekly musician, peruse a bazaar of locally handmade items from an array of artists and mediums. ...Read More.
City offices are closed today....Read More.
Chapman Cultural Center proudly exhibits artwork by Spartanburg County students in its Student Galleries year round. For September, see the works of students from Swofford Career Center, R.D. Anderson Career Center, and Daniel Morgan Applied Technology Center. ...Read More.
The decision of the Design Review Board with respect to Discretionary Review must be final, subject only to appeal thereof to the courts of the State of South Carolina in accordance with applicable law. ...Read More.
The Wednesday Lunch Market is a destination for those who wish to drop by the market during their lunch hour to grab some fresh, local food. Enjoy a bagged lunch sold at the Market on the green space at Morgan Square or eat lunch at one of the many downtown restaurants and then stop by the market be......Read More.
This seminar is being hosted by the Spartanburg Small Business Development Center. The seminar will enable retail business owners to learn about ways to grow their business in the retail environment, whether it be in a physical location or online. ...Read More.
Chapman Cultural Center is leading a county wide effort called "Culture Counts" to identify and map all cultural resources, creative industries, and creative people living and working in Spartanburg County. A comprehensive identification of the communities' cultural resources is the first step in an......Read More.
A free public festival featuring artists, inventors, entrepreneurs, makers, creators to......Read More.
City Council is comprised of six single-member districts, plus the Mayor, who is elected citywide. Council usually meets the second and fourth Mondays of the month, except in the case of holidays....Read More.