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Service for All: Integration of Public Libraries in Greenville County

September 17, 2020 @ 8:00 am - December 31, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
Virtual Event SC United States
Library for All

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.

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The Black Thai @ Grateful Brew

October 30, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - January 29, 2021 @ 8:00 pm
Grateful Brew, 501 S Pleasantburg Dr
Greenville, SC 29607 United States
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The Black Thai Truck

The Black Thai serves up a funky fusion of American-Thai food in Greenville, SC, offering a fun and creative, ever-changing menu that blends traditional Thai dishes with modern American street food. Owned and operated by GVL natives, the concept for Black Thai was inspired from the experiences shared living in Jackson, Wyoming together by owners, Brayden Wynn, Dean Johnson and Charlie Phillip all shared while living in Jackson, Wyoming together back in 2012. Free ski-lift passes and restaurant life brought the three together back in 2012, working on the line…

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First Sunday Expeditions with Patrick McMillan

November 1, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Devils Fork State Park, 161 Holcombe Cir
Salem, SC 29676 United States
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First Sunday Expeditions

Join Emmy Award winning television host and naturalist Patrick McMillan for an unforgettable adventure on Lake Jocassee. This month Patrick, Brooks and Kay will guide you and your family on a tour of the features that make the gorges region a biological hotspot and provide the microhabitats that have made the Southern Blue Ridge Escarpment Ecoregion a crucible of life for millenia. Abundant moisture, deep gorges, and rapid elevation change are part of the equation that has allowed tropical ferns to flourish beneath a canopy of trees that are also…

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