Tag: Travelers Rest Historical Society
Historical Society Storytelling Evening
Mark your calendars for a popular Historical Society event. Storytelling evenings happen every other month. Join us for the final Storytelling Evening of 2021. Everyone is welcome to come to listen
The Spring Park Inn – Its History & Future
At the beginning of 2021, Travelers Rest was given perhaps one of its greatest gifts ever, and while the gift is the historic center of the town, the gift is
Storytelling Night : Past and Present
Listen and share your own stories. Led by the Travelers Rest Historical Society. Email email@example.com or call 834-3650 for more information.
George Coleman Ford : Then and Now
Program: GEORGE COLEMAN FORD…THEN AND NOW 1930-2020 George Coleman Ford Dealership Celebrating 90 Years as the oldest family operated business in Travelers Rest When Henry Ford was producing automobiles to
Historical Storytelling: Pets
The Travelers Rest Historical Society leads an evening of storytelling. Share your own stories about pets. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 834-3650 for more information.
Storytelling Evening presented by the Historical Society
The Travelers Rest Historical Society shares stories and memories of the upper Greenville county area and beyond. Come and listen or share your own story related to the night’s theme.
Travelers Rest Historical Society Meeting
Renowned speaker and historian, Gary Pender will be the featured speaker at the monthly meeting of the Travelers Rest Historical Society Tuesday, April 16, 7. p.m. at TR City Hall.
Travelers Rest Historical Society meeting – ‘African American Appalachia’
The Travelers Rest Historical Society will hold a quarterly meeting beginning at 7 p.m. on Tue., Feb. 19 at Travelers Rest City Hall, located at 125 Trailblazer Drive. The program
Travelers Rest Storytelling Night
“All Stories are True” ~ Ray White It is the second Thursday of the month and time for Storytelling Night at the Travelers Rest Library. People gather round, some with stories to share, others
This Railroad ‘Junker’ Can’t Even Count Everything in His Collection
“I collect railroad junk. I study railroad junk and then write magazine articles about railroad junk,” says Raymond Brown, with a loving use of the term junk. “I’m a junker.”
Tandem’s History: Former TR Post Office Now a Community Hangout
Some say the old brick building at the corner of Main and Center Streets in Travelers Rest used to be a jail. Others remember the building’s days as an early
Travelers Rest Historical Society Shares Stories of Northern Greenville
The Travelers Rest Historical Society continues to bring light to the local history of northern Greenville County, through fascinating museum displays and interactive Storytelling Nights. Step into the History Museum of