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UHM – Lunchbox Learning

Historians and Authors

Thank you, historians and authors, for presenting interesting and educational programs at the Upcountry History Museum, including Mary Breu, who will speak December 13 at Noon on her book “Last Letters from Attu.”

Learn more about Lunchbox Learning


Historic Hanover House

Join us on Saturday, December 2nd from 1:00pm-4:00pm at historic Hanover House, located in the SC Botanical Garden.  The Joyful Harps will perform and refreshments will be served.  The Foothills Garden Club will have the 300+ year old house decorated in colonial fashion.  Come visit, and take a glimpse back in time!

ACM – Jeuel Esmacher

Join us Tuesday, November 28 at 10 a.m. for the Director’s Tea and Coffee at the Anderson County Museum.
Jeuel Esmacher will be in conversation with Kathryn Smith, author of the books “A Necessary War: Anderson County Residents Remember World Ward II” and “The Gatekeeper: Missy LeHand, FDR and the Untold Story of the Partnership that Defined a Presidency.” These books and the book “Code Girls” will be available on site at the Friends of the Museum store. Tea, coffee and light refreshment will be served.
This program is free to the public. Donations are accepted to continue our free programs and events.

TRHS – Shred Day

Shred Day Saturday at Museum
Nov 18th 10am – 12pm

All documents are shredded right in front of you!    

UHM – Mrs. Claus’s Gingerbread Workshop

Mrs. Claus’s Gingerbread Workshop
December 2 at 2:00 p.m.
Join Mrs. Claus for gingerbread activities, stories, and delectable treats.

Reserve your seat today!

BAMA – Genealogy Program

The second in a series of genealogy programs is being offered at the Belton Area Museum Association,
located in the historic Belton Train Depot, on Thursday, Nov. 16, beginning at 7 PM.

This program entitled Family Trees and Me: Resources a Plenty will feature veteran genealogists sharing
their tried and true strategies for researching family trees.

“Discover what resources a budding genealogist needs in his or her toolkit. See what collections and
materials are available for research at the Belton Area Museum Association and other genealogical
repositories in the area,” said program coordinator Kay Willis Burns.

Attendees will also learn the strategies for success, whether a professional or an amateur.

“This is a must attend event for all people interested in genealogy,” stated BAMA Executive Director
Abigail Burden.

There will be a $5 admission fee for the public; BAMA members may attend free if they are at the Patron
level of membership.

For more information, please contact Abigail Burden at 864-338- 7400

GCLS – Family History Club

Family History Club
Learn to explore and document your family history. Share tips and learn about available genealogy resources at the library.
Wed, Nov 15 • 3p-4p • Simpsonville