City News Podcast: Sundays Unplugged coming to the Chapman Cultural Center
Art market and live local music to liven up Downtown Sundays
Sunday afternoon generally isn't the busiest time in Downtown Spartanburg. Sure you can grab a little lunch, take a little walk, and enjoy the sunshine (assuming we still get sunshine in the afternoon anymore). But what if you wanted a little more? What if you'd like to hear a little live music, or maybe take in a few cultural offerings, or what if you're looking to take home a cool piece of local art? Up until now, you might have been out of luck.
The Chapman Cultural Center has plans to change all that. This week on the podcast we sit down with Jennifer Evins, President and CEO of the Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg to talk about "Sundays Unplugged" at the Chapman Cultural Center (click here for a map). With a Sunday Art Market featuring the work of local artists, live music from local singer-songwriters, and free admission to the center's history, science and art museums, the question of "what to do on a Sunday in Downtown Spartanburg" just got a great new answer. So give a listen below, check out the Sundays Unplugged flyer and singer-songwriter calendar, and be sure to come out this Sunday afternoon from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for a little music and art at the Chapman Cultural Center.
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