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Fort Hill – Music with Anna Clemson

Music with Anna Clemson

at Fort Hill on Clemson University’s campus

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

2pm-4pm

Free to the public

Description:

Join Anna Calhoun Clemson on Tuesday, February 13th from 2-4pm at Fort Hill in commemoration of the 201st anniversary of her birth. Music from the Chickering square grand will fill Fort Hill as the public is invited to tour. Period music, including the “Keowee Waltzes” composed by Martha Cuddy Colhoun, Anna’s first cousin and frequent visitor to Fort Hill, will be played.

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BAMA – “The Spanish Main”

Join us Thursday, Feb. 22,  for an interesting presentation that takes you on a journey from the wrecks of the Spanish Treasure Fleet of 1715 to an armchair tour of Spain in 2015.

Right after receiving a certification in underwater archaeology, Burgess Shucker worked alongside the famous Mel Fisher and his crew of treasure hunters.

Mel Fisher is best known for discovering the Spanish treasure ship the Atocha and for recovering the many exquisite pieces of gold and jewels estimated at a value of 400 million dollars.

Shucker will share his diving experiences on the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet that sank off the coast of Ft. Pierce, Florida. He will show recovered artifacts from those dives and talk about the preservation process he was involved in throughout the two summers he worked on these wrecks.

Dr. Russell Benton is best known as the “most traveled Alum of Erskine College,” having visited every continent of the world. He will share video and photographs and talk about his trip to Spain in 2015. For an armchair tour of Spain, this is a “don’t miss” opportunity to travel!

The event is free to all guests and will begin at 6:30 PM at the Historic Belton Train Depot, 100 N. Main Street, Belton.

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

This presentation is held in conjunction with the Anderson International Festival, a biennial celebration of connections in Anderson County to foreign industry and culture.  This year’s festival is entitled Mucho Gusto Espana!

Join us at the Belton depot for a 300-year tour of all things Spain!

GCLS – Family History Club

Explore and document your family history. Share tips and learn about available genealogy resources at the library.
Date/Time Location Note
Saturday, Feb 10 2018 10:00am-12:00pm
Saturday, Feb 10 2018 10:00am-12:00pm
Saturday, Mar 10 2018 10:00am-12:00pm
Pelham Road Branch Email pelhamroad@greenvillelibrary.org or call 288-6688 to register.
Wednesday, Feb 21 2018 3:00pm-4:00pm
Wednesday, Feb 21 2018 3:00pm-4:00pm
Wednesday, Mar 21 2018 3:00pm-4:00pm
Simpsonville Branch Email simpsonville@greenvillelibrary.org or call 963-9031 to register.

SCHA – February Course Registration

February Course Registration is
NOW OPEN!

South Carolina in the Civil War
Mondays, February 5, 12, 19, 26
10am-11:30am
Chapman Cultural Center
*Includes Feb.. 26 Bus Tour to Edgefield

For full schedule and registration
CLICK HERE!

Full Course Registration: $150
Single Course Registration: $50
Full Course “Returner” Registatraion: $75
Must have enrolled in the Jan. Full Course to recieve this rate. 

Chautauqua History Alive – George Washington

Direct from Colonial Williamsburg, Ron Carnegie performs as President George Washington in two free shows.

Saturday Feb 3 at 2pm – and Sunday Feb 4 at 2pm – FREE SHOWS

The Sunday Feb 4 show will be SIGN INTERPRETED

Wade Hampton High School Auditorium, 100 Pine Knoll Dr, Greenville, SC 29609

No reservations needed, but don’t be late – these shows fill up fast.

More info: greenvilleCHAUTAUQUA.org or 864-244-1499

Get ready to flat out be inspired as you meet – George Washington. Fearless in battle and also a canny political genius, Washington could have been King, but he chose to be a citizen. A gifted military tactician and strategist, some of Washington’s most courageous acts occurred after the battles were over and the creating of a nation began.

You’ll laugh – you’ll be challenged – you’ll have lots of questions. And as always at Chautauqua, the audience is part of the show. Bring your stories. Share your experiences. Get inspired. Because it’s not just history – it’s personal.

ACM – Long Canes Massacre

SCHA – Adventures in History Bus Tour

Don’t miss the Adventures In History Bus Tour this Tuesday,
January 30

Join Dr. Maxine Appleby and Charlie Gray on a bus tour through the Upstate as we visit iconic landmarks that played a role in the
Revolutionary War.
See Spartanburg, Cherokee, and
York Counties from the comfort of a chartered bus.
Stop for lunch and a few walkabouts for a day full of leisurely learning.

Bus Tour departs from the Chapman Cultural Center
at 9am, returning by 5:30pm.

Registration: $50- includes any admission costs and bus fee.
Use THIS LINK to register or bring check/cash to
Spartanburg Regional History Museum no later than 8:30am 1/30.
SPACE IS LIMITED


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