International Drone Day was celebrated in Greenville at the First Tee field in the west end. There were drone vendors with demonstrations and opportunities for drone owners to exercise their drone over the field.
The popular Mauldin Community Easter Egg Drop event was held last weekend in Sunset Park in Mauldin. A helicopter circled over the ball fields and dropped several loads of Easter eggs for the waiting groups of children to collect.
Lake Conestee Nature Park provides access to some unique wetland trails for the foothills of South Carolina. There are many birds, as well as some beavers and Great Blue Herons.
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One City Plaza after a rain shower.
During the Winter and Spring, the wind rings the bells hanging in the trees at the corner of Main Street and McBee Avenue.
Greenville held a Fan Fest on the Village Green in front of the Courtyard Marriott and on that section of Main Street. There were food trucks and games set up on the basketball court to celebrate the NCAA playoff games.
The new Fire Station #1 on Verdae Boulevard is now operational. It is a modern design to assist firefighters who protect the surrounding area. Many people have moved into the Verdae/Hollingsworth subdivisions, and made it necessary to add a station to maintain response times.
The Cyclebar is now open on East McBee Avenue in the North of Broad district. It offers workouts for fitness or to build peak bicycling performance in any type of weather.
This blue tree is located outside the new Stone Avenue Pizza Company restaurant. Everyone gets a kick out of it, especially children.
The area under the Church Street bridge has been redone with landscaping and a path to connect residential living areas to the other amenities coming to the “North of Broad” district on East McBee Avenue.