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    What’s Happening in Greenville, SC? February Event Picks

    February events

    February is the love month, in Greenville February is not just for sweethearts, there are many fab things to do for singles, family, and people of all ages. Check out our top picks for events in Greenville SC.

     

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    Parent’s Night Out

    When: February 12th

    Want to go out on a Friday night but can’t leave your little kids behind? No problem, you can bring your little loves to The Children’s Museum of the Upstate on Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. so you can enjoy a fab night with your better half. Your kids will have a wonderful time too because TCMU have fun activities in store for them including story time, Valentine-themed arts and crafts activities, playtime while being supervised by museum staffs. Kids ages 4-10 are all welcome.

     

     



    Cupids ChaseCupid’s Chase

    When: February 13th

    Run, jog, walk, it’s all good! Make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities, even better! Join Community Option’s Cupid’s Chase  5K– Live Love Run, the fundraising event will help provide housing and support services to people with disabilities nationwide. There are many ways you can help, either by  becoming a participant in the fun run, sponsoring, fund raising, or volunteering.

     

     

     


     

    Dianna Ross

    Diana Ross: In the Name of Love Tour

    When: February 15th

    Started in 2013, 2016 is the last year of the concert tour series of the living legend Dianna Ross, if you are a fan, you don’t want to pass hearing her sing “I’m Coming Out.” And she’s finally coming to Greenville on the 15th. Concert starts at 7:30 pm at The Peace Center.

     

     

     


     

    AHA heart ball

    American Heart Association Upstate Heart Ball

    When: February 20th

    The biggest heart ball in South Carolina is back, last year the guest attendance were over 900 and had raised over $700,000. Guests will enjoy dinner, live music, and dancing to celebrate the culmination of a year-round campaign to raise critical funds. The main events include Silent and Live Auction. The event will also be dedicated to honoring survivors with heart condition and stroke. Programs starts at 6 pm until 11:30 pm.

     

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