Fall tree colors over NOMA Square.
Looking down the sidewalk along North Main Street.
Free community yoga classes are held at NOMA Square and are very popular. There will be another class tonight (Wednesday) at NOMA Square.
NOMA Square in front of the Roost restaurant in early evening.
The Tuxedo Junction band performed at the Main Street Fridays event, with audience members dancing.
The last Yappy Hour at NOMA Square celebrated “Wag-o-ween” where dogs showed up in costume. There were many costumes, a few of them here included the “I steal other dog’s toys” prisoner, SuperDog, Woopie Cushion, and the “Ruferee”.
View of NOMA Square from the Roost in front of the Hyatt on North Main Street.
A couple dances to the music of the Eric Weller group during Downtown Alive in NOMA Square. NOMA Square hosts music every Thursday for Downtown Alive, and Main Street Fridays in the warmer months.
Free Yoga classes are periodically offered at NOMA Square, usually early on Saturday morning.
Today is the first day of Chanukah / Hanukkah , and the annual Menorah lighting was celebrated yesterday on NOMA Square. Greenville city police chief Ken Williams is shown here lighting the first candle.