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CUSCH Blog Mid-Year Reminder

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Hello! Here’s your mid-year reminder about the CUSCH Blog:

1. The blog is not an eNewsletter. There is not a way to control how it displays in your email. The email you receive is only a notification that something has been posted to the blog. In order to see the whole post, you will need to click the links in the email to take you to the blog post.

2. The blog is only updated during regular business hours Monday-Friday. Please send in content in a timely fashion so no publicity opportunities are missed.

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4. Want to contribute? Submit content to the email cusch1@gmail.com

Thanks!

TRHS – History Crawl

TR History Crawl this Sunday, July 2nd 2-4 pm

STOPS

1st STOP History Museum of TR (get Passport)

2nd STOP Spring Park Inn (behind Main Gazebo)

3rd STOP Whistle Stop Cafe

4th STOP Coleman’s Hospital (Carolina Oaks)

5th STOP Sunrift Adventures

Our 1st Patriotic HISTORY CRAWL will begin at the history museum and move to historic places along Main Street. Spring Park Inn, Whistle Stop, Coleman’s Hospital/Carolina Oaks, and Sunrift Adventures.
Step back into history as we hear the train whistle blow at the Whistle Stop Café.  We’ll visit former Coleman Hospital and hear about the many babies born from Dr. Coleman himself. We’ll observe the ladies at Spring Park Inn socializing during afternoon tea. And end at Sunrift Adventures, a building full of evolving history.

Click here for fact sheet that will be posted for all to read and there will be trained museum workers at each location.  In addition, members of the Travelers Rest Historical Society will be dressed in costume.
Children are encouraged to bring a toy or doll for Dr. Stan Coleman to exam.

Parking is available at each stop.  *For access to Spring Park Inn, you’ll need to park along Main Street and walk to home behind Gazebo. The TR History Crawl is a coordinated effort by both cities of Travelers Rest and Slater-Marietta to celebrate Fourth of July with fun events leading up to the Moon Boom fireworks and festivities on Monday, July 3rd.  Join us!

SCHA – Celebrating Independence

 

Come out to Walnut Grove Plantation for a special living history event!
Drop in for a tour and visit with the
South Carolina Independent Rangers
as they share more about life in the back country
during the Revoluntionary War.

July 8 -11am-4pm
1200 Otts Shoals Road, Roebuck
Regular admission applies.

Questions? Call 864-576-6546

 

UHM – Neighborhood Night

Neighborhood Night
Thursday, July 65:30-8:30 pm
Come out, enjoy FREE admission and book give-a-ways! Story time with local doctors from GHS will take place at 6:30 and 7:30.

UHM – Kids Book Club

Presented by Duke Energy
Follow Jack and Annie as they go back to old England and meet William Shakespeare…and take center stage for one of his plays! 
 
Please read the book prior to the meeting.
Register by calling 864-467-3100
Tuesday, July 11 at 3:30pm

UHM – Monday Matinee

July 10 at 2:00pm
Spend your afternoon

at the Museum

and catch the childhood classic,
The Jungle Book on our BIG screen.
Stay after the movie for a meet and greet with Curious George.
This event is FREE with Museum admission.

UHM – Lunchbox Learning

World War I Centenary
Wednesday, July 19 at Noon
100 years ago the United States declared war on Germany and thus entered into the first world war. Join Henry Johnson, historian and collector, as he steps back in time to 1917.  
For reservations call 864-467-3100