That’s right, you heard us. Dust off the planner you impulsively bought at the beginning of 2018 and write down these exciting activities that our clients have planned for you.
Whether you choose to spend a Saturday at Escape Artist conquering your fear of the dark or find yourself relaxing in a Reedy Reels Film Festival showing, we have all the details plus more on where you need to be this season.
How brave are you? If you’re interested in facing your fears this Halloween, go get locked in a horror themed escape room at Escape Artist of Greenville. Their newest room is their “scariest yet,” but don’t take our word for it. Go read about it at The Clutch.
Are you a hard-working human struggling to keep up with the innovative city of Greenville while also balling on a budget? Look no further than this deal by Serendipity Labs offering one month free rent to tenants in October. Learn how to qualify by reading the article on GreenvilleCEO.
Name a more iconic trio, I’ll wait. Rebuild Upstate, Habitat for Humanity and Furman University’s Community Conservation Corps are joining forces to revitalize one deserving family’s home. To see what these incredible organizations plan on doing, head over to UpstateBiz.
Confused about the Gateway detours from this weekend? We’ve got you covered. Go see the details on at106.3 WORD.
Our friends at Politically Epic have been keeping a close eye on the Greenville campaign races to inform voters this coming election. Go watch the unconventional debate held by Politically Epic’s Chase Michaels at WSPA.
Got film? Reedy Reels is now taking submissions for this year’s Reedy Reels Film Festival. Don’t have film? Don’t let that stop you from purchasing a ticket! Head on over to their websitefor information on film submission and general admission ticket sales.
Art lovers, listen up. Contemporary Print Collective will be hosting their annual Print Fair this October, filled with some of the Upstate’s most talented printmakers. To get more information on the event, go to the Clutch.