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History Homeschool Day: K5-1st

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Sacred Spaces with Bill Fitzpatrick

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UHM Kids Book Club

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Clifford Homeschool Day

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Sacred Spaces with Bill Fitzpatrick

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Adventures with Clifford the Big Red Dog

Adventures with Clifford the Big Red Dog

The Upcountry History Museum and America’s beloved big red dog with a heart to match will invite visitors to board the Birdwell Island ferry and journey to the world of Clifford... More »

Ghost Trail: U.S. Marines and the Battle of Tarawa in the Pacific, 1943

Ghost Trail: U.S. Marines and the Battle of Tarawa in the Pacific, 1943

August 22, 2020 – January 3, 2021 The November 1943 invasion of the Gilbert Islands was the beginning of the U.S. “island hopping” campaign in the central Pacific during World... More »

Guaranteeing Her Right…The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote

Guaranteeing Her Right…The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote

The campaign for women’s voting rights lasted more than seven decades. Considered the largest reform movement in United States history, its participants believed that securing the vote was essential to... More »

History Homeschool Day: K5-1st

History Homeschool Day: K5-1st

Our Community: Then & Now   Investigate artifacts, photographs, and maps illustrating Greenville’s history as we explore how our community has changed with time. This lesson will cover SC standards... More »

Sacred Spaces with Bill Fitzpatrick

Sacred Spaces with Bill Fitzpatrick

As the oldest church in South Carolina’s Upstate, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church has a history that begins around 1755 when Scots-Irish Presbyterians from Pennsylvania and Virginia settled in the area. This... More »

UHM Kids Book Club

UHM Kids Book Club

Enjoy games, crafts and engaging activities that bring to life the adventures of the children’s classic, The One and Only Ivan. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED AS ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED. Please call... More »

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