Programs

Events At A Glance

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Workshops & Demonstrations

April 25 – Lake Conestee Tour  Please note the tour of April 25th has been canceled due to rain. We will be rescheduling and hope to have a new date posted by next week.

Join Gina Varat and the staff of the Upcountry History Museum for a special tour of Lake Conestee Nature Park. This tour will bring to life the story told in our current exhibit “The Ripple Effect.” 

Bring your walking shoes as we take a two hour walking tour of the park, learning the history of the river and lake, as well as the environmental challenges still facing this area of the Upstate. Tour begins at 10:00 am. Cost is $7 per person, advance registration required. Member discount available. To register please call 864-467-3100 or email info@upcountryhistory.org. Please park at the Conestee Park, 601 Fork Shoals Rd., Greenville, SC 29605. Guests are welcome to bring picnic lunches to enjoy in Conestee Park after the tour.

More workshops to come.

Thank you to the participants in our most recent workshop and to our wonderful instructor, Peggy, from the Upper South Carolina Basket Makers Guild.

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Family Fun

Grab the whole family and head to the museum for history inspired FUN!

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Lunchbox Learning

Looking for something different for your lunch hour? Get the details on our monthly series.
Chick-fil-A at Cherrydale Point is the sponsor of our Lunchtime Program Series

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History After Dark

Are you looking for something different, interesting and fun to do after work? Check out History After Dark.

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High Noon Lecture Series

Hear scholarly and historical perspectives on current events. All High Noon lectures are free and begin at noon on Wednesdays.

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American History Book Club & Forum

The American History Book Club & Forum provides opportunities for the intellectually curious to explore their passion for American History through the written and spoken presentations of great writers and historians.

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