Oktoberfest in Noma Square

September 29-October 2

Thursday: 5-9 pm, Friday and Saturday: 11 am-10 pm, Sunday: 12-5 pm

220 North Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601

Brats, Pretzels, German Waffle Fries, oh my! Come to North Main Street and experience German culture through live music, games, food, and of course, beer. Paulaner Brewing Truck will be stocked with a variety of kegs!

Fall for Greenville

October 14-October 16

Friday: 5-11 pm; Saturday: 11 am-9 pm; Sunday: 12-7 pm

Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601

Food lovers, this is your chance. With so many delicious restaurants in Greenville, it can be hard (and expensive!) to dine at all of them. Fall for Greenville allows you to sample a variety of dishes from over 40 Greenville restaurants in a fun and relatively inexpensive way. While walking through the streets of downtown Greenville, you can enjoy live music, beer, and wine! You don’t wanna miss it!


October 14-October 15

Friday: 5:30pm-9:30pm; Saturday: All Day

6809 State Park Rd, Travelers Rest, SC 29690

Come to the 3rd annual ArtoberFest in order to benefit the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital in Greenville SC.  Artoberfest is a community art event that includes local craft vendors, food, and music. For more information, visit http://upcountryprovisions.com/artoberfest/.

Boo in the Zoo

October 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, and 30

Fri, Oct 21: 5:30-8 pm; Sat, Oct 22: 4-8 pm; Sun, Oct 23: 4-8 pm

Fri, Oct 28: 5:30-8 pm; Sat, Oct 29: 4-8pm; Sun, Oct 30: 4-8 pm

Greenville Zoo: 150 Cleveland Park Dr, Greenville, SC 29601

A family-friendly event for parents and children 12 and under. Come bring your little monster all dressed up in their Halloween costume for a fun night of trick-or-treating and other enjoyable activities. Admission is free to zoo member adults, while admission for zoo member children is $6. Non-member adults: $6. Non-member children: $7. More information here: http://www.greenvillezoo.com/260/Boo-in-the-Zoo.

3rd Annual Campfire Social

Thursday, October 27

6:30-9:30 pm

Greenbrier Farms: 766 Hester Store Road, Easley, SC 29640

Join Greenbrier Farms as they host the 3rd Annual Campfire Social Charity Event in order to benefit Project Host Soup Kitchen. Project Host is a Greenville Soup Kitchen that “offers a balanced, nutritious meal each day in a safe, clean and loving environment to all who are hungry.”

While attending the 3rd Annual Campfire Social, watch local chefs cook Greenbrier’s pastured meats and organic produce over smoke or open flame. Enjoy beer from local breweries such as Quest, Thomas Creek, and Birds Fly South while listening to live music. Admission to the charity event is $75.

Farmer’s Market

May 7-October 29

Saturdays: 8 am-12 pm

Main Street at McBee Avenue

Spend a beautiful Saturday morning in downtown Greenville exploring various local vendors. Grab some fruits and veggies from local farmers, beautiful flowers for that special someone, and delicious desserts from local bakeries. Want breakfast or lunch? Swamp Rabbit Café and Grocery, Papi’s Tacos, Soby’s on the Side, and other yummy food vendors have you covered! Note: although Greenville is a very pet-friendly city, pets are not allowed at the Farmer’s Market.

Swamp Rabbit Trail

All day, any day

Spend a nice fall morning or afternoon biking, walking, or running on the Swamp Rabbit Trail. This 21 mile-long trail, which used to be a former railroad line, connects the adorable town of Travelers Rest to downtown Greenville. Begin your morning in Travelers Rest by eating breakfast at the delicious Tandem Creperie and Coffeehouse and work off the calories by biking to downtown Greenville. For information on where to park, where to access the Swamp Rabbit Trail, where to rent bikes, and more, visit the following link: http://greenvillerec.com/swamprabbit/.

Skytop Orchard

August 6-last week of November

9am-6pm; after Daylight Savings Time ends (November 6th): 9am-5pm

1193 Pinnacle Mountain Rd, Flat Rock, NC 28731

Apples. Cider. Apple cider donuts. What could be better? Gather the family, hop in the car, and make a trip to Skytop Orchard in order to make memories that will last a lifetime. About a 50 minute drive from downtown Greenville, Skytop Orchard offers beautiful views of surrounding mountains. In addition to picking your own apples, the kiddos can enjoy other activities such as tractor-pulled hay rides, visiting farm animals, and playing on a large playground. For more information visit http://www.skytoporchard.com/plan.html.


Saturday, October 29

2-4 pm

Astro Kennels: 418 Scuffletown Road, Simpsonville, SC 29681

This one’s for the dogs! Bring your pup to the fun Howl-O-Ween event organized by Astro Kennels. Let your dog have fun exploring the boneyard hunt and participating in the haunted agility maze. Meet local vendors, get a chance at winning door prizes, and dress up yourself and your pooch for a costume contest! Admission is $5 per dog and includes all activities, games, and entry to door prize drawings. Vaccination records required.

Greenville Craft Beer Festival 2016

November 19


Fluor Field: 945 South Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601

Come to the 4th annual Greenville Craft Beer Festival to experience over 35 local, regional, and national breweries! The event will be held at Fluor Field, home of the Greenville Drive baseball team. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to get yours by visiting http://www.greenvillecraftbeerfestival.com/.

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