April 2024: More than 150 things to do in Greenville, Spartanburg and beyond!

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April 2024: More than 150 things to do in Greenville, Spartanburg and beyond!

Family Fun Across Upstate South Carolina

Welcome to April 2024 in the bustling cities of Greenville and Spartanburg, where there are more than 150 events and activities for families to enjoy. From educational programs to cultural celebrations, there is something for everyone to experience. Take a look at the calendar of events below to make sure you don’t miss out on the fun!

Monday, April 1

Open for play – The Children’s Museum of Upstate (TCMU) locations in Greenville and Spartanburg are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Additionally, a Kid’s Day Out program drop-off session is available at TCMU-Greenville from 9 a.m. to noon. Make sure to register in advance for this program. Details can be found on their website.

Bilingual story time in Russian is scheduled at 10:30 a.m. at the Boiling Springs Library, while the Mini Makers: Pop-Up Planetarium activity for children aged 6 to 12 will take place at 4 p.m. at the same location. Limited spots are available, so early registration is recommended.

Tuesday, April 2

Tell Me About It Tuesday will be held at the Greenville Zoo at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. This event is included with zoo admission. Following that, the Woodruff Library will host the Mini Makers session at 4 p.m., focusing on ‘How to Train Your Dragon – Deadly Nadder,’ suitable for children aged 6 to 12.

Wednesday, April 3

From Preschool Picassos to Teen Write Workshops, there are various activities happening across different libraries and centers in Greenville and Spartanburg. Don’t miss out on the fun and educational opportunities for children of all ages.

Thursday, April 4

Explore a Spring Plant Sale at Hatcher Garden, participate in Afternoon Explorations at Roper Mountain Science Center, or enjoy Music on Main at Morgan Square in Spartanburg. The Upcountry History Museum also opens its doors for Neighborhood Night, offering free admission for families to explore. There’s something for everyone!

Friday, April 5

Engage in Spring Break Farm Fun at Denver Downs Farm, join The Great Fairy Tale Race Story Time Takeover at TCMU-Greenville, or immerse yourself in the Starry Nights programs at Roper Mountain Science Center. The options for entertainment and learning are endless!

Saturday, April 6

Visit the Spring Fest at Denver Downs Farm, check out the Frosty Farmer Winter Market, or attend the STEM Spotlight Saturday event at the Spartanburg Science Center. With so many activities to choose from, you’re sure to find something the whole family will enjoy.

Sunday, April 7

Join the festivities and cultural celebration at ShalomFest ’24 at the Temple of Israel or catch a performance of Monster Jam at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. There’s no shortage of entertainment options for a fun-filled day with your loved ones.

Monday, April 8

Don’t miss the Solar Eclipse Watch Party at the Spartanburg Science Center or the Mini Makers session at the Cowpens Library. Engage in educational and interactive experiences that are both informative and entertaining for children of all ages.

Tuesday, April 9

From Mini Makers to Toddler Story Time sessions, there are plenty of activities happening across various locations in the Upstate. Take advantage of these opportunities to engage your children in learning and exploration.

Wednesday, April 10

Participate in STEM Story Time at the Spartanburg Science Center or join the Mini Makers session at the Chesnee Library. These events are designed to provide children with hands-on learning experiences in a fun and engaging environment.

Thursday, April 11

Explore Afternoon Explorations at Roper Mountain Science Center, attend a Sensory Story Time at the Hughes Main Library, or enjoy an evening of music at Music on Main in Spartanburg. There’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Friday, April 12

From cultural studies for elementary students to community festivals like the Hub City Hog Fest, there are numerous events happening across the region. Get involved in the local community and make lasting memories with your family.

Saturday, April 13

Engage in hands-on activities at iMAGINE Upstate Festival, attend a Princess Meet and Mingle event, or catch a performance of the Harlem Globetrotters at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. The options for entertainment and fun are endless!

Sunday, April 14

Join the festivities at various cultural events and performances happening in the area. From concerts to family-friendly shows, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on a relaxing Sunday with your loved ones.

Monday, April 15

Engage in interactive play experiences at the ImmUnity Play Circle event hosted by Through Evely’s Eyes. This initiative aims to provide inclusive play opportunities for children with special needs and disabilities. Join in on the fun and support a good cause.

Tuesday, April 16

From story time sessions to meet-and-greet events with furry friends, there are plenty of activities for families to enjoy. Make sure to check out the various programs available in the area and create memorable experiences with your loved ones.

Wednesday, April 17

Don’t miss out on STEM Story Time at the Spartanburg Science Center or the Teens Make activity at the Spartanburg Main Library. These events are designed to provide children and teens with educational and engaging experiences in a variety of subjects.

Thursday, April 18

Engage in a range of activities from Family Craft Night to Sensory Time at TCMU-Spartanburg. These events offer inclusive and fun experiences for children of all abilities and backgrounds. Join in on the excitement and create lasting memories with your family.

Friday, April 19

Explore the Homeschool Day event at theUpcountry History Museum, attend the LEGO Challenge at the Spartanburg Main Library, or immerse yourself in the Starry Nights programs at Roper Mountain Science Center. The options for learning and entertainment are endless!

Saturday, April 20

Check out the Papa Johns Mutt Strut benefiting the Greenville Humane Society, visit the Spring Plant Sale at Jeff Lynch Appliances, or join in the Taste of the Upstate event. Support local causes and enjoy a day filled with fun activities and community engagement.

Sunday, April 21

Experience the Carolina Youth Symphony’s ‘Bring Your Instrument and Play’ day at Furman University or immerse yourself in cultural celebrations like the Greater Greenville Master Gardeners Spring Plant Sale. Engage in the arts and create meaningful experiences with your family.

Monday, April 22

Participate in Teens Write On: Poetry at the Middle Tyger Library or explore various story time sessions and play circles happening in the area. Engage in creative and educational activities designed to inspire and entertain children of all ages.

Tuesday, April 23

From Mini Makers sessions to Toddler Story Time events, there are numerous opportunities to engage children in learning and exploration. Make sure to check out the various programs available and create memorable experiences with your loved ones.

Wednesday, April 24

Participate in STEM Story Time at the Spartanburg Science Center or join the Teen Advisory Group meeting at the Spartanburg Main Library. Engage in educational and interactive experiences that are both informative and entertaining for children and teens.

Thursday, April 25

Join Therapy Dog Thursday at TCMU-Greenville, explore Afternoon Explorations at Roper Mountain Science Center, or attend the Family Craft Night event. These activities are designed to provide fun and engaging experiences for families to enjoy together.

Friday, April 26

Head to downtown Spartanburg for the annual Spring Fling festival, or participate in the Starry Nights programs at Roper Mountain Science Center. With a wide range of activities and events, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Saturday, April 27

Whether you’re interested in gardening or community fundraisers, there are plenty of events happening in the area. Check out the Greater Greenville Master Gardeners Spring Plant Sale or attend the Papa Johns Mutt Strut benefiting the Greenville Humane Society. Support local causes and have fun with your family.

Sunday, April 28

Engage in cultural celebrations like the Taste of the Upstate event or experience the Carolina Ballet Theatre’s performance of ‘The Pirate and the Princess.’ Join in on the fun and create lasting memories with your loved ones.

Monday, April 29

Participate in the ImmUnity Play Circle event organized by Through Evely’s Eyes, or attend a Poetry Tea Party at various library locations. Engage in inclusive play experiences and create meaningful connections within the community.

Tuesday, April 30

Explore various story time sessions and community events happening in the Upstate region. From Toddler Story Time to Poetry Tea Parties, there are plenty of opportunities to engage children in learning and exploration. Make the most of these activities and create lasting memories with your family.

With a calendar full of events and activities, April 2024 promises to be a month filled with family fun and entertainment in Greenville, Spartanburg, and beyond. Don’t miss out on the endless opportunities to learn, explore, and create lasting memories with your loved ones!


HERE Greenville
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