Some of the gardens in Falls Park.
The water feature is part of the new additions to the Cancer Survivors Park.
The new Textile Heritage Park walkway will include brick alcoves that give more information about each of the mills that made up the “Textile Crescent” of Greenville. This example includes information about the Dunean Mill.
Construction about to begin for the first phase of the new Textile Heritage Park, located on ground that once held Central Park – a shared park that was used by the nearby mill communities for recreation. Most recently, the area was a parking lot for the Monaghan Mill before it closed and became the Lofts of Greenville residential community. Now it will become a place to remember and learn about Greenville’s textile heritage, while serving as a recreation space for the community.
Students organized Greenville’s part of the March For Our Lives event on Saturday. Many of them are new voters or soon-to-be voters to add their voices to the decision making processes.
An approaching storm.
The beautiful and remote Sid’s Falls of South Carolina. It isn’t a long hike to the waterfall but it is difficult. Watch this video if you want to visit Sid’s Falls: www.hdcarolina.com/episode/sids-falls
The Regenesis Statue by Charles Pate jr. is on the corner of South Main St and Perry Avenue. It represents the way Greenville is re-creating itself from a former textile powerhouse.
This animated view shows the key points in the Celebration Pavilion construction as part of the Cancer Survivors Park.
A building on River Place and its reflection in the Reedy River.