UHM – Homeschool Day

Friday, October 14 at 1:30 pm
Experience our newest exhibit, Hands-On Harley-Davidson, with a guided tour, hands-on activities in our classrooms, and all day admission to the Museum.
Programs are multidisciplinary and support South Carolina state standards for social studies.
Homeschool Days are $5 per child. To make a reservation, call (864) 467-3100 or click here for more details.unnamed

UHM – Neighborhood Night

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5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Enjoy FREE admission for all on the first Thursdayevening of each month throughout 2016. Neighborhood Nights include story times and book give-a-ways for younger visitors.
You will not want to miss out on our newest exhibit,

UHM – The Road to Character

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Wednesday, October 5
Evening at the Poinsett Club
 
Explore your passion for American History with The Road to Character by NY Times Best Selling Author, David Brooks. The discussion of the night will focus on “Power, Politics, & Character: The Election of the American President”.
The only requirement to join The American History Book Club & Forum is to be a Museum Member.
For more information, contact Nancy Liebezeit at (864) 294-2173 or nancy.liebezeit@furman.edu

UHM – Hands on Harley-Davidson

Hands-On Harley-Davidson 
opens on Saturday, September 24
Featuring a kid-sized motorcycle dealership and engineering lab, Hands-On Harley-Davidson allows guests to customize their ride, as well as experience how acceleration, speed, friction and gravity affect a motorcycle in motion while conducting their own engineered experiments.
The exhibit incorporates geography, math, safety, design and engineering as it relates to life on the open road. Guests can customize their ride by interacting with two Road King inspired motorcycles. Travel themed math challenges, interactive ride maps, and engineering experiments provide hands-on learning opportunities that embrace key STEAM concepts.

GCHS – The Story of the Village of West Greenville and Brandon Mill

Come join us for an intriguing look at the beginnings of The Village of West Greenville, enjoy a captivating tour of Greenville Center for Creative Arts, housed in Brandon Mill’s old cloth building and see, first hand, what’s happening with the restoration of the mill itself, now known as West Village Lofts at Brandon Mill.

Sunday, Oct 2, 3 pm, Greenville Center for Creative Arts
More info: https://readymag.com/u83569656/599304/10/

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GCLS – African-American Genealogy

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Learn basic genealogy techniques and how to use free online resources available at all library system locations. Overcome common obstacles encountered when researching African-American ancestry. Registration required. Call 269-5210 to register. Thu, Oct 6, 4p-5:30p, Anderson Road

GCLS – SC Room Orientation and Tour

South Carolina Room Orientation and Tour

Learn about resources available for researching history and family history. Personalized genealogical and historical research assistance will be available after the class. Call 527-9261 to register.

Mon, Oct 3, 6p-9p, Main, South Carolina Room