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ONE OF THE BEST IN THE NATION IN 2009 THE TALK OF THE TOWN FOR 2010

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“STONED WING RING” BY llyn • PHOTOGRAPHY BY ELI WARREN

May 7th-9th, 2010 to celebrate Angels and Art

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Welcome to

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Do Downtown Greenville is an initiative of several downtown merchants,

Another component of Do Downtown Greenville is a focus on all things local.

restaurants, and hotels in partnership with the Greenville Journal. Our goal is

Shop local. Eat local. Support local. When you shop local, you help support our

to communicate to residents and visitors alike everything our downtown has

community. Many of our friends, neighbors, and families are employed by, or own,

to offer. Downtown Greenville presents opportunities unlike any other with

these businesses that bring special products, services, and variety to Greenville.

noteworthy shops, remarkable restaurants, visual and performing arts venues,

Make the commitment to shop local this holiday season and know the joy of

beautiful green spaces, and more. The redevelopment vision of the City of

supporting our community – one of the greatest gifts of all.

Greenville is to have “a thriving Downtown which is recognized nationally

Journal Greenville

as an example of a ‘state-of-the-art’ community in which to live, work, and play… which serves in itself as a national attraction.” Mission accomplished. Downtown Greenville is home to 90 shops and 90 restaurants. If you can’t find

Thank you to the Greenville Convention & Visitors Bureau, Artisphere, and the City of Greenville for contributing photos to the cover and inside this issue.

it here, chances are it can’t be found!

simply wonderful BREAKFAST Try the Italian Crepes with Nutella and Bananas, or Eggs Benedict with Lump Crab and Asparagus!

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LUNCH How about a Kobe Beef Burger with Sauteed Mushrooms, or a delicious Salad topped with Grilled Salmon? DINNER Start with a Shrimp Cocktail, Glass of Wine, and then, enjoy a Grilled Filet Mignon Oscar!

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do downtown Downtown… Where the Parking is Easy.

That’s right… parking is easy in downtown Greenville, where there are thousands of parking spaces… to be exact, 9,444 spaces open to the public and 805 on-street

parking finder system online to help you locate parking: check it out at www.greenvillesc.gov/ Transportation/parking.aspx. Simply enter the address of your

spaces! Park in a deck and

destination, and the map

stay awhile to enjoy all of

will show you the closest

the sights and sounds of

parking options to that

downtown Greenville

destination!

during the holiday

Parking is both

season. You’ll be glad

affordable and

you did!

accessible. It’s only

Remember that

$1.50 for one hour in a

free weekend parking is

garage and only $.50 for

available in the Richardson

each additional 30 minutes.

Garage, conveniently located behind

If you decide to stay the whole day,

Piazza Bergamo on the corner of Richardson

the most it will cost you is $6.00, as that is

and E. North Streets. Additionally, the West

the maximum daily rate. Just follow the green

Washington Deck has free parking on nights

“P” to discover all of the parking garages

starting at 6 PM and on weekends.

surrounding Main Street… you’ll be surprised

The City launched a new interactive

at just how many options there are!

WE PROMISE NOT TO MAKE YOU HUNT FOR YOUR EGGS.

$21.95 PER PERSON 50% OFF CHILDREN 12 & UNDER

CELEBRATE EASTER AT HYATT REGENCY GREENVILLE APRIL 4, 2010, 11AM – 3PM

Easter Sunday was made for brunch with your family at Hyatt Regency Greenville. Your family will enjoy a beautiful spring setting, overlooking our lush eight story atrium and indoor waterfalls. Indulge in a spectacular buffet featuring Carved Turkey, Ham, Cornbread stuffing, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Butternut Squash Bisque, Assorted Salads, Grilled Vegetables, Custom Pasta Station and An Irresistible Array of Desserts. For reservations call Provencia Restaurant at Hyatt Regency Greenville at 864-235-1234 Easter Brunch price valid 4/10/10 at Hyatt Regency Greenville. Reservations are recommended by calling 864 235 1234. Brunch is available from 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M., $21.95 per person. Prices do not include alcohol, tax, or gratuity. Other restrictions may apply, call for details. HYATT name, design, and related marks are trademark of Hyatt Corporation. ©2010 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved.

Conventional FinanCing is AvAilAble! 22 luxury townhomes and condominium flats in the heart of Greenville’s vibrant downtown. Enjoy every amenity at one of the best values downtown has to offer. Priced from the low $300s. Contact Shelbie Dunn: 864.346.9922 or sdunn@coldwellbankercaine.com cityhomes

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AS IF GREENVILLE WAS BUILT AROUND US. Hyatt Regency Greenville is ideally located in the heart of downtown, where you’re seconds away from over 100 restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and entertainment venues. As Greenville’s largest hotel, we boast 328 guest rooms and over 25,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. And, with wireless highspeed Internet access in all areas of the hotel, Hyatt Regency Greenville is the ideal choice for the business traveler and meetings of all sizes. For more information call 864.235.1234 or visit greenville.hyatt.com. 220 NORTH MAIN STREET, GREENVILLE, SC Hyatt name, design, and related marks are trademarks of Hyatt Corporation. ©2010 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Greenville’s Arts Weekend Ranked a Top Ten Festival in the Country Greenville’s Arts Weekend recently received a Top Ten ranking in Greg Lawler’s Art Fair Sourcebook for the 2009 Festival. In the Fine Art category, Artisphere placed 6th out

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of 600 shows, up from 46th in 2008. In the Contemporary Craft category, Artisphere was ranked 12th out of 600, up from 59th in 2008.

The Sourcebook annually ranks 600 of the top-selling fine arts and crafts festivals across the country based on the net average revenue generated by exhibitors. In 2009, average artist sales at Artisphere were $5,445, while average artist sales at the number one ranking festival in the country, Art in the Square, Belleville, IL, were $7,103.

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The 2009 rankings are the highest Artisphere has received in its five-year history. Other top ranking festivals include: Saint Louis Art Fair, St. Louis, MO (2nd), Long’s Park Art & Craft Festival, Lancaster, PA (3rd), Sausalito Art Festival, Sausalito, CA (4th) and Main Street Ft. Worth Arts Festival, Ft. Worth, TX (5th).

Praise from Artisphere’s 2009 participating artists resulted in a record high 682 applications for the 2010 Festival, which will be held May 7-9. Additionally, the Southeast Tourism Society recognized Artisphere as an event not to be missed in 2010 honoring the event with a “Top Twenty Event in the Southeast” designation. “The Greenville community is due a lot of credit for this top ten ranking because it is about more than just Artisphere,” said 2009 Artisphere Board Chairman, Brad Campbell. “It is about our community and our citizens. The arts make a tremendous contribution to our quality of life here. It is a tribute to our community that we supported our

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Arts Weekend during difficult economic times. While things like artist hospitality and festival organization make an impact, the bottom line is that we have to thank our patrons.” “Artisphere would not be possible without the initial vision and leadership of our board and tremendous support from our sponsors and donors, the local arts community, and our volunteers and patrons,” stated Henry Horowitz, Founding Artisphere Board Chairman. “Further, the initial and ongoing support by the city, county and state agencies has been invaluable for us to successfully execute this initiative. For Artisphere to be named one of the top ten arts festivals in the country over the course of only 5 years is an amazing accomplishment for Greenville and the entire Upstate community.” Artisphere is presented by Carolina First. For information visit www.artisphere.us

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F E S T I VA L AT T R AC T I O N S . . . OPENING NIGHT GALA

KIDSPHERE

C U L I N A R Y A R T S C A F É S TAG E

Thursday, May 6 (Sponsored by Rodgers Builders & Nantucket Grill)

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• Friday, May 7: 4-8:30 PM • Saturday, May 8: 10 AM-8:30 PM • Sunday, May 9: 11 AM-6 PM

Artisphere’s Apprentice Workshop, gives kids the opportunity to become an artist for a day! In Kidsphere, kids can learn the fine art techniques used by Artisphere Artists by making their own jewelry and hats, splattering paint, and working with paper collage and mosaic bowls. Once the craft activities are complete, kids can go on an art hunt around the Festival to visit artist booths and meet the artists who create jewelry, collage, clothing, and glass. Child friendly foods provided by Rhino Concessions. Kidsphere is open Saturday 10 AM- 7:30 PM and Sunday 11 AM–5:30 PM

VOLUNTEERS

CULINARY ARTS CAFÉ

Artisphere volunteers or “Arts Partners” are local, non-profit arts organizations including: Dance Education Alliance, Hispanic American Women’s Association, South Carolina Children’s Theatre, Chicora Voices, Carolina Ballet Theatre, SC Governor’s School for the Arts Foundation, Greenville in Harmony, Greenville Chinese Culture Association and the Greenville Chorale. Since the inception of the “Arts Partners” program in 2006, Artisphere has donated $65,000 to our volunteers in appreciation for their hard work at the Festival and their commitment to the arts in our community.

Fine foods from some of Greenville’s favorite restaurants including:

Saturday, May 8 at 11 AM, 12:30 PM, 2 PM, 3:30 PM, 5 PM & 6:30 PM

The official kick-off for the Greenville’s Arts Weekend is a fabulous celebration at the new Courtyard by Marriott. For tickets visit www. artisphere.us ($100/person).

FESTIVAL HOURS

Pomegranate on Main Chicora Alley Takosushi Barley’s Taproom & Pizzeria

C U L I N A R Y A R T S C A F É S TAG E Friday, May 7 4:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:30 PM

ARTIST ROW (Sponsored by Courtyard by Marriott and The Hampton Inn & Suites Riverplace) Carefully selected through juried process, Artist Row presents 120 of the highest caliber visual artists from across the United States and beyond. Artist mediums include: ceramics, photography, glass, jewelry, metalworks, printmaking, graphics, drawing, pastel, painting, mixed media, sculpture, woodwork, fiber, and furniture.

Fonda Rosalinda’s Larkin’s on the River Smoke on the Water Table 301

Paddy Dover, Columbia, SC Galen Kipar Project, Asheville, NC Doug Jones of Cravin’ Melon, Greenville, SC

Saturday, May 8 11:30 AM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:00 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM

Caleb Fletcher, Pickens, SC Hannah Miller, Columbia, SC Josh Roberts, Columbia, SC The Taylor Moore Band, Greenville, SC Brian Ashley Jones, Nashville, TN Danielle Howle, Columbia, SC

Luxury STEP INTO

LOC AL PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE*

Sunday, May 9

(Sponsored by the Fred Collins Foundation)

11:30 AM Shannon Hoover Trio, Pendleton, SC

Sunday, May 9

1:00 PM

Veronika Jackson, Decatur, GA

11:00 AM

Community Choirs

2:30 PM 4:00 PM

Gwyn Fowler, Greenville, SC Wanda Johnson, Anderson, SC

12:30 PM

Greenville Symphony Orchestra*

A R T I N AC T I O N S TAG E featuring Visual Performing Artist, Brian Olsen (Sponsored by Coldwell Banker Caine)

1:30 PM

SC Gov. School & Fine Arts Center*

3:45 PM 4:00 PM

Fred Collins Foundation Awards* Carolina Ballet Theatre*

THE PEACE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, G U N T E R T H E AT R E

Friday, May 7 at 4 PM & 6 PM

(Sponsored by The Peace Center) Saturday, May 8 Sunday, May 9

Sunday, May 9 at 12:30 PM, 2 PM, 3:30 PM, & 5 PM

8:00 PM 2:00 PM

Calder Quartet Sharon Isbin

C H A I R M A N ’ S E X H I B I T: A GALLERY SHOWCASE

PEACE CENTER A M P H I T H E AT R E S TAG E

(Sponsored by Cherry Bekaert & Holland and The Greenville News)

(Sponsored by Wachovia Bank) Friday, May 7 6:30 PM

Matt MacKelcan, Charleston, SC

8:30 PM

Erin McCarley, Nashville, TN

Located inside The Greenville News this exhibit features works displayed by Hampton III Gallery, Greenville, SC, Blue Spiral I, Asheville, NC and Elder Gallery, Charleston, SC. Exhibit is open Saturday 10 AM-5 PM and Sunday 11 AM-6 PM.

Saturday, May 8 9:00 AM 10:00 AM

Family Yoga SC Governor’s School*

11:00 AM

SC Children’s Theatre*

11:30 AM 12:00 PM 1:30 PM 3:00 PM

Chicora Voices* Phyllis Wheatley Center* Alan Wolf Poetry Slam GHS Swamp Rabbit Rally

4:30 PM

Blair Crimmins, Atlanta, GA

6:00 PM

Paleface, Concord, NC

8:00 PM

Kruger Brothers, North Wilkesboro, NC

A R T I S T S O F T H E U P S TAT E JURIED EXHIBITION (Sponsored by the Greenville Journal) In collaboration with Centre Stage Theatre and the Metropolitan Arts Council, this exhibit showcases local artists living and working within a 35 mile radius. Located at 501 River Street, Centre Stage will be open during Festival hours.

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Augusta Twenty

City Parks

Parking Areas

20 Augusta Street

Ayers Leather Shop 201 N. Main Street

Ballew & Scott Clothiers 213 N. Main Street

Barefoot Comfort 233 N. Main Street

The Beaded Frog 241 N. Main Street

The Cook’s Station 659 S. Main Street

Design On Tap

Kitchen and bath showroom carrying a wide selection of luxurious products. 864.527.3841 400 E. McBee Avenue

Drake’s Flowers 131 N. Main Street

The Emporium 1 Augusta Street

Evolve Male

Men’s clothing shop carrying exclusive designer clothing & accessories from top labels. 864.233.4624 24 W. Washington Street

Go Fish

Apparel, jewelry, & home furnishings from around the globe. 864.250.0200 612 S. Main Street

Greenville Drive 945 S. Main Street

Greenville Gem Mine

Jewelry, rocks, minerals, and on-site gem mining 864.283.6300 205 N. Main Street

Greenville Vacuum Center 21 Augusta Street

Hampden Clothing 500 E. McBee Avenue

Horizon Records 2 W. Stone Avenue

JB Lacher Jewelers

Upstate South Carolina’s original & oldest manufacturing jewelry store. 864.232.7385 123 College Street

Liz Daly Designs

Gallery & working studio with glass & jewelry. 864.325.4445 421 S. Main Street

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Eclectic range of luxury jewelry & art glass from nearly one hundred artists. 864.233.5900 119 N. Main Street

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The Lollipop Shop

Metropolitan Arts Council

Mast General Store

Mia Dimora

640 S. Main Street

Quality goods, fair prices, & oldfashioned friendly service. 864.235.1883 111 N. Main Street

McBee Station

22 luxury townhomes & condominium flats in the heart of vibrant downtown. 864.271.8011 27 Station Court

16 Augusta Street

20 E. Coffee Street

Monkee’s of the West End A ladies store beyond your “girlie” imagination. 864.239.0788 103 Augusta Street

O.P. Taylor’s

117 N. Main Street


West End Wine & Spirits Enjoy weekly wine tastings & more on the West End. 864.241.7800 818 A&B S. Main Street

EPICUREAN DELIGHTS The Brown Street Club 115 N. Brown Street

Opening Spring, 2010

Café And Then Some

Dinner theatre spotlighting folksy satire, music, & great food blended with a personal touch. 864.232.2287 101 College Street

Devereaux’s 25 E. Court Street

The Green Room 116 N. Main Street

Halfway to Habana 631 S. Main Street

High Cotton

Lowcountry born, yet right at home in Greenville. 864.335.4200 550 S. Main Street

The Lazy Goat 170 River Street

Mary Beth’s

Breakfast all day long, seven days a week as well as lunch & dinner offerings. 864.242.2535 500 E. McBee Avenue

Rick Erwin’s West End Grille

A fine dining tradition with a menu based on classic steak and fresh seafood 864.232.8999 648 S. Main Street

Soby’s New South Cuisine 207 S. Main Street

Soby’s on the Side 22 E. Court Street

SLEEP A WINK Hampton Inn & Suites – RiverPlace

Pace Jewelers

Greenville’s downtown jewelers since 1948. 864.232.3436 1250 Pendleton Street

Postcard from Paris

631 and 633 S. Main Street

Rush Wilson Limited

Purveyors of classic American style for men & women. 864.232.2761 23 W. North Street

Shaylon Shoes Premiere boutique featuring luxury shoes & handbags. 864.232.4255 400 E. McBee Avenue

Sunrise Day Spa 16 N. Main Street

The UPS Store 209 N. Main Street

Premier lodging with elegant guest rooms, unsurpassed views, & inviting decor. 864.271.8700 171 RiverPlace

Hyatt Regency Greenville Artfully stylish & gracious hotel, ideally located in the heart of the city. 864.235.1234 220 N. Main Street

The Westin Poinsett Four-diamond hotel with quality service & an unbeatable location. 864.421.9700 120 S. Main Street

DOWNTOWN Across from the Peace Center 50 West Broad Street, Greenville, SC 29601 864-451-5700 marriottcourtyardgreenville.com

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SATURDAY

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Do the Carolina First Saturday Market. In 2002, the City of Greenville formed a task force with the initiative to develop an open-air downtown farmers’ market for the sale of locally grown farm products, arts, and crafts in order to attract people downtown and provide a resource for the booming residential development taking place.

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name for the new event was the “Poinsett Curb Market” in honor of Joel Poinsett, a historical South Carolina figure who was botanist and experimental farmer, but was changed prior to the first market on April 26, 2003 to the “Saturday Market” in order to convey a more casual and fun message. The Saturday Market’s fifth year in 2007 marked a new beginning for the Saturday Market as several changes occurred. First, the market relocated to Main Street to establish more prominence in Downtown Greenville. This new location was ideal, providing ample shade from the magnificent Main Street trees and generating more shoppers from local foot traffic.

It was decided that the farmers’ market would be located on E. Court Street, the site of the 1920s Greenville Curb Market. The original

The 2010 Saturday Market will feature a variety of weekly events over the course of the season, which begins May 1 and will run through October 30. Visit SaturdayMarketLive.com for more information and check back frequently to view the updated vendor list. » Information courtesy of the City of Greenville.

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TOP 10 THINGS TO

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FOR LOCAL FAVORITES:

FOR LOCAL VEGETABLES:

Herbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring and Fall

Greens, Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January – May

Honey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring and Fall

Asparagus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-March – May

• Shop for locally grown produce.

Peanuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August – October

Cabbage, Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-April – mid-June

Pecans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November – January

Onions, Spring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April – June

• Enjoy a gourmet cup of coffee.

Cantaloupe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-June – mid-August

Peas, English/Green/Spring . . . . . . . . . . mid-April – May

Honeydew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June – August

Beans, Snap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May – October

Watermelon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-June – September

Broccoli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May – mid-June

• Stroll down Main Street.

Potatoes, White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May – July

• Watch chef create delectable dishes.

FOR LOCAL FRUIT:

Onions, Bulb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May – October

Strawberries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April – late June

Tomatoes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-May – September

• Bask in the fragrance of just-cut flowers.

Nectarines . . . . . . . . . . . . .early May – mid-September

Squash, Yellow . . . . . . . . . . . mid-May – mid-October

Peaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .early May – mid-September

Zucchini. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-May – mid-October

• Exchange recipes with food sellers.

Plums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .early May – mid-September

Beans, Butter/Lima . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June – October

Blackberries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . early June – mid-July

Corn, Sweet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June – August

• Learn healthy lifestyle tips.

Blueberries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .late June – late August

Cucumbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June – mid-November

• Sample right-off-the-vine produce.

Figs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-July - mid-September

Eggplant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mid-June – August

Pears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-July – October

Peas, Crowder/Field/Purple Hullmid-June – mid-September

Apples . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-August – early December

Peppers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-June – September

Grapes, Muscadines . . . . . . . . . September – October

Artichokes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July

Grapes, Scuppernong . . . . . . . . . . . mid to late summer

Okra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mid-July – frost

• Discover new gardening and craft tips. • Experience the Country without Leaving the City!

Squash, Winter Winter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August – November Cabbage, Fall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September Greens, Fall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September – December

Downtown Greenville Facts & Figures courtesy of the City of Greenville.

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Co-owner and Team President Craig Brown cites

FIELD HISTORY

Fluor’s devotion to the Upstate

Modeled after Fenway Park, home of the Boston

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around the outfield wall are to the same For four years the Greenville Drive has delivered on fun, exciting and affordable specifications as Fenway Park, including entertainment for people of all ages. “Pesky’s Pole” in right field. Whether you’re a dedicated baseball Fluor Field at the West End is host to fan or just wanting to explore all Fluor more than the 70 Drive home games fans Field has to offer, this year is sure to top come to enjoy each season. The popular all the rest and prove to be an All Star SOUTH ATLANTIC facility is also host to numerous civic Season. Besides the regularly scheduled LEAGUE functions, like the United Way’s donor Affiliate of the events and themed nights throughout Boston Red Sox recognition event, and special sporting the season, the Greenville Drive is proud events. to host the 2010 South Atlantic League All-Star The stadium was officially renamed Fluor Field Game. So come see why other cities and teams want to play the biggest game of the season at at the West End after a corporate partnership is Greenville’s Fluor Field in the West End. reached between the Drive and Fluor Corporation.

MUST SEE PLACES AT THE STADIUM Over the last few years, the Drive has added a variety of features to the stadium to enhance the baseball fan experience. So on your next visit, be sure you take in each of the following features: BI-LO PLAYGROUND

The Bi-Lo Kids Playground, located behind the berm down the left field line, allows young Drive fans to enjoy themselves in the 1,500 square-foot space, equipped with slides and a climbing area. Parents are able to watch the action on the field as well as keep an eye on their children. The play area, which is ADA accessible, also has netted protection to allow for safe play away from any foul balls.

THE COCA-COLA DUGOUT Located at field level, on the first base side of the field, the Coca-Cola Dugout gives fans an “on the field” experience. With it’s unique location, it makes you feel like part of the game being especially close to the action and down in the excitement of the game.

THE UPPER DECK The place to be at West End Field is in the elevated hospitality setting which accommodates up to 50 guests. Located off the end of the suite level on the third base side, the Upper Deck is an open air, private patio that combines all the amenities of a suite with the ambience of West End Field. Just below the Upper Deck will be the Birthday Zone, a location set aside and designated for groups who choose to celebrate a child’s special day.

BOX OFFICE AT FIELD STREET To meet the high demand for Drive single-game tickets, two additional windows were installed to serve customers at the box office. This addition makes it easier for all fans that park at County Square and ride the Drive’s complimentary trolley service to purchase tickets for that night’s game at the Field Street entrance. 14

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2010 Greenville Drive Home Game Schedule Date 4/8/2010 4/9/2010 4/10/2010 4/11/2010 4/12/2010 4/13/2010 4/14/2010 4/15/2010 4/24/2010 4/25/2010 4/26/2010 4/27/2010 4/29/2010 4/30/2010 5/1/2010 5/2/2010 5/12/2010 5/13/2010 5/14/2010 5/15/2010 5/20/2010 5/21/2010 5/22/2010 5/23/2010 5/24/2010 5/25/2010 5/26/2010 5/27/2010 6/5/2010 6/6/2010 6/7/2010 6/8/2010 6/13/2010 6/14/2010 6/15/2010

Time 07:00 07:00 07:00 04:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 04:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 04:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 04:00 07:00 07:00 04:00 07:00 07:00 04:00 07:00 07:00 04:00 07:00 12:00

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Opponent Delmarva Shorebirds Delmarva Shorebirds Delmarva Shorebirds Delmarva Shorebirds Rome Braves Rome Braves Rome Braves Rome Braves Lexington Legends Lexington Legends Lexington Legends Lexington Legends West Virginia Power West Virginia Power West Virginia Power West Virginia Power Lakewood BlueClaws Lakewood BlueClaws Lakewood BlueClaws Lakewood BlueClaws Augusta GreenJackets Augusta GreenJackets Augusta GreenJackets Augusta GreenJackets Charleston RiverDogs Charleston RiverDogs Charleston RiverDogs Charleston RiverDogs Augusta GreenJackets Augusta GreenJackets Augusta GreenJackets Augusta GreenJackets Greensboro Grasshoppers Greensboro Grasshoppers Greensboro Grasshoppers

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6/29/2010 6/30/2010 7/1/2010 7/2/2010 7/3/2010 7/8/2010 7/9/2010 7/10/2010 7/11/2010 7/12/2010 7/20/2010 7/21/2010 7/22/2010 7/23/2010 8/2/2010 8/3/2010 8/4/2010 8/5/2010 8/6/2010 8/7/2010 8/8/2010 8/9/2010 8/10/2010 8/21/2010 8/22/2010 8/23/2010 8/24/2010 8/26/2010 8/27/2010 8/28/2010 8/29/2010 9/3/2010 9/4/2010 9/5/2010 9/6/2010

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Savannah SandGnats Savannah SandGnats Savannah SandGnats Savannah SandGnats Savannah SandGnats Hagerstown Suns Hagerstown Suns Hagerstown Suns Hagerstown Suns Hagerstown Suns Kannapolis Intimidators Kannapolis Intimidators Kannapolis Intimidators Kannapolis Intimidators Lakewood BlueClaws Lakewood BlueClaws Lakewood BlueClaws Lakewood BlueClaws Rome Braves Rome Braves Rome Braves Rome Braves Rome Braves Charleston RiverDogs Charleston RiverDogs Charleston RiverDogs Charleston RiverDogs Asheville Tourists Asheville Tourists Asheville Tourists Asheville Tourists Hickory Crawdads Hickory Crawdads Hickory Crawdads Hickory Crawdads

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The Field Street entrance has been changed into Heritage Plaza were fans are able to follow the progress of former Drive members with the Alumni Call-Up Board. Nostalgic images from Greenville’s past are displayed in the plaza as well. As an extension of Heritage Plaza, the concourse also includes a “Walk of Fame” with even more information regarding Greenville’s illustrious baseball past.

THE 300 PLATEAU The 300 Plateau gives groups who want to enjoy a catered outdoor meal at the ballpark the perfect place to dine and socialize at the park. Also available in the picnic area is a setting that features bands and a covered food station for functions. The picnic area is located inside the right field gate, below the popular Spinx 500 Club.

SUITE ENTRY Located on Field Street, just a few steps from the main gate, suite holders are able to skip the lines and board the elevator directly to the suite level. In the enclosed entrance fans are able to relive the Upstate’s illustrious past with a timeline honoring the area’s baseball heritage, photos and other local baseball memorabilia and artifacts.

SPINX 500 CLUB Fans have the opportunity to purchase an array of food and beverage items, including Philly cheese steaks, lemon pepper chicken sandwiches, and barbeque, without missing any action of the game. The bar area, the largest outdoor bar and grill in Greenville, is dressed with the same brick that is used throughout West End Field. The Spinx 500 Club is a fantastic hangout area with it’s four televisions, as well as featured local bands throughout the season.

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So Much to Do… So Little Time! Upcoming Events Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive March 18-August 26; Thursdays, 5:30-9 pm (Mar.-June); 5:30-9:30 pm (July-Aug.) Hyatt Plaza; 220 N. Main Street Join the many downtown business people who frequent this weekly concert series held at the Hyatt Regency Plaza Deck on Main Street. A fundraiser for the Metropolitan Arts Council, Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive features a mix of pop, blues, acoustic and reggae performances. For more information, call City of Greenville Public Information and Events at (864) 467-5741 or visit www.greenvillesc.gov.

performed by local, regional and national talent. A children’s activity area and special promotional events add to the fun for the entire family. For more information, call City of Greenville Public Information and Events at (864) 467-5741 or visit www.greenvillesc.gov.

Coppelia March 26-27 The Peace Center International Ballet presents a unique love story to herald the arrival of spring! For tickets and more information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Champion of the Keyboard March 27-28 The Peace Center

BB&T Main Street Fridays March 19-September 24; Fridays from 5:30-9:30 pm Hyatt Plaza; 220 N. Main Street Wind up your workweek listening and dancing to the best in jazz, beach and blues music

The Greenville Symphony will perform under conductor Edvard Tchivzhel and Yeol Eum Son will join them for a special production. For tickets and more information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Miracles of South Carolina Book Signing Sunday, March 28; 12-3 pm Mast General Store Robbie Boman tells her true stories in Miracles of South Carolina. Miracles are happening right here in the Palmetto State and, as Robbie has discovered, they are happening to people very much like you.

Spring Wind Ensemble Tuesday, March 30; 7:30 pm The Peace Center Presented by the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, the Wind Ensemble, under the direction of David L. Hamilton, will perform a special program. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Angels Launch Thursday, April 1 llyn strong Celebrate with the in-store launch of llyn’s newest, grown-up angels.

Easter at High Cotton Sunday, April 4; 10 am-2 pm High Cotton Celebrate Easter with brunch at High Cotton. For reservations and information, visit HighCotton.net.

Bleacher Boys Monday, April 5; 7 pm The Peace Center Enjoy this movie treat, presented by the Southern Arts Federation’s Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers. This film, with baseball at its heart, shares the tale of five different men. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Tuesday, April 6; 7:30 pm The Peace Center

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Sheryl Crow Monday, April 12; 8 pm The Peace Center The Upstate welcomes Sheryl Crow as she brings her current tour, Detours, to The Peace Center. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

George Winston Thursday, April 15; 7:30 pm The Peace Center Enjoy music from this Grammy-winning pianist. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Our Leading Lady April 15-May 1 Centre Stage Set in 1865, our leading lady takes a different viewpoint on the night that Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed by John Wilkes Booth. For tickets and information, visit CentreStage.org.

Baroque & Beyond April 16-18 The Peace Center This inspiring and dramatic performance will conclude the Greenville Symphony Chamber Orchestra’s season. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Alexander McCall Smith Friday, April 23; 8 pm The Peace Center This author of “The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” books is known for his masterful story telling. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

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Madeline escapes to the circus in this show by the South Carolina Children’s Theatre. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

April 23-May 2 The Peace Center

Don’t miss this unique exhibition of Asian drumming! For tickets and more information visit PeaceCenter.org.

One-Stop Open Studios

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Presented by Wachovia Bank and SEW Eurodrive, One-Stop Open Studios is a retrospective of Open Studios artists 20022009. Formed in 2006, One-Stop Open Studios allows for the work of local artists to be seen during Artisphere, and the exhibit generates interest in the Open Studios weekend, November 6-7.

An intriguing and diabolical mystery that pits two adversaries in a cat and mouse game of murder. For tickets and information visit GreenvilleLittleTheatre.org. D O W N T O W N

The Greenville Symphony Orchestra invites you to this showcase of the talents of Maestro Edvard Tchivzhel. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Madeline and the Gypsies

April 9-11, 15-18, 22-24 Greenville Little Theatre

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Get caught up in the innovation in modern American dance that will be displayed. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Thursday, April 8; 7:30 pm The Peace Center

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GREENVILLE

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WEDNESDAY

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THURSDAY

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• Downtown Alive

FRIDAY

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• Miracles of the South book signing

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• Easter at High Cotton

• Champion of the Keyboard

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EASTER SUNDAY

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• One-Stop Open Studios

• One-Stop Open Studios

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• Saturday Market

• Our Leading Lady

• Our Leading Lady

• Our Leading Lady

• One-Stop Open Studios

• One-Stop Open Studios

• One-Stop Open Studios

• Madeline and the Gypsies

• Madeline and the Gypsies

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Inspiring Voices

Menopause The Musical

May 1-2 The Peace Center

May 4-6 The Peace Center

The Greenville Symphony and the Greenville Chorale partner for this impressive performance. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

This hilarious performance celebrates women and “the change”! For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Carolina First Saturday Market

Moonlight Classic Movie Series Wednesdays (May 5, 12, 19, & 26 and Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29); 8 pm Peace Center Amphitheater

May 1-Oct. 30; Saturdays, 8 am-12 pm Main Street at McBee Avenue Experience the country without leaving the city at the Carolina First Saturday Market. Choose from the finest in fresh produce and flowers locally grown and delivered to the market each week. While shopping, you can grab a bite to eat from participating food vendors and learn new cooking and gardening tips presented by area experts. For information, call (864) 4674494 or visit www.saturdaymarketlive.com.

Sinfonia Tuesday, May 4; 7:30 pm The Peace Center The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities presents Sinfonia, their chamber orchestra. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Watch your favorite classic movies under the stars. The free popular event transforms the Peace Center Amphitheater into an outdoor cinema. Lawn chairs, blankets, and coolers are permitted, but please no pets. For weekly movie listings, visit www.greenvillesc.gov.

ARTISPHERE presented by Carolina First May 7, 8, 9 Downtown Greenville The International Arts Festival of Greenville, presents a diverse menu of experiences that center around the arts, both visual and performing, at both indoor and outdoor venues. The public can purchase the artwork of highquality artists from around the country. Artisphere includes children’s educational activities and an

International Kitchen with cuisine served by local restaurant vendors. For information, call (864) 271-9398 or visit www.artisphere.us.

Calder Quartet Saturday, May 8; 8 pm The Peace Center This quartet incorporates a variety of genres to produce a truly great show. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Sharon Isbin The Peace Center Sunday, May 9; 2 pm Enjoy a performance by an artist that the Boston Magazine heralds as “the pre-eminent guitarist of our time.” For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Rhythm on the River Peace Center Amphitheater May 13-Sept. 2; Thursdays, 7 pm Larkin’s Rhythm on the River has operated since 2005 and brings some of the top “beach music” talent right from the Grand Strand to the banks of the Reedy River. Admission varies. For information call (864) 467-9777 or visit www. larkinsontheriver.com.

Romantic Landscapes Saturday, May 15; 7:30 pm The Peace Center The Greenville County Youth Orchestras presents Romantic Landscapes as part of their Young Artist Series. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Upstate Shakespeare Festival Falls Park May 20-23, 27-30; June 3-6, June 10-13; July 8-11, 15-18, 22-25, 2931 and August 1; Thursday through Sunday, 7pm The Upstate Shakespeare Festival presents imaginative stagings exhibiting the best of

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regional talent. Bring a picnic, blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy exciting theater under the stars. Admission is free. For the current schedule, call (864) 787-4016 or visit www. upstateshakespearefestival.org.

Riverdance May 21-23 The Peace Center Take advantage of the opportunity to see the final performances of Riverdance in Greenville as they continue their farewell tour! For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Spring Dance May 22; 7:30 pm The Peace Center Students in the dance program at The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities will perform their Spring Dance. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Senior Showcase Saturday, May 22; 7:30 pm The Peace Center The Senior Showcase, presented by The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, will feature solo and music performances. For tickets and information visit PeaceCenter.org.

Reedy River Nighttime Concert Series June 2-August 25; Wednesdays, 7 pm to 9 pm Bring your lawn chairs and a picnic supper, and sit back and enjoy a variety of musical concerts featuring jazz, country, patriotic, rock & roll, blues, and reggae. This free outdoor family event provides the perfect way to spend a warm summer night. For information, call City of Greenville Public Information and Events at (864) 467-4484 or visit www.greenvillesc.gov.

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GREENVILLE

SUNDAY

• Madeline and the Gypsies

MONDAY

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• One-Stop Open Studios

TUESDAY

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• One-Stop Open Studios

• One-Stop Open Studios

WEDNESDAY

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• Sinfonia

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10 • One-Stop Open Studios

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• Menopause the Musical

• Menopause the Musical

• Inspiring Voices

• One-Stop Open Studios

THURSDAY

• Moonlight Classic Movie Series

11 • One-Stop Open Studios

• Artisphere

• Moonlight Classic Movie Series

• Sharon Isbin

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• Downtown Alive

SATURDAY

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• Main Street Fridays

• One-Stop Open Studios

• One-Stop Open Studios

• Menopause the Musical

• Artisphere

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• Main Street Fridays

• Saturday Market

• One-Stop Open Studios

• One-Stop Open Studios

• One-Stop Open Studios

• Rhythm on the River

• Romantic Landscapes

MOTHER’S DAY

• One-Stop Open Studios

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• One-Stop Open Studios

ARMED FORCES DAY

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• One-Stop Open Studios

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• One-Stop Open Studios

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• Moonlight Classic Movie Series

• Downtown Alive

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• Rhythm on the River

• Upstate Shakespeare Festival

• River Dance

• River Dance

• Senior Showcase

• Downtown Alive

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• Rhythm on the River

• River Dance

• Saturday Market

• One-Stop Open Studios • Upstate Shakespeare Festival

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• Main Street Fridays

• Upstate Shakespeare Festival

• Spring Dance

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• Main Street Fridays

• Upstate Shakespeare Festival

• Saturday Market

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• Upstate Shakespeare Festival

MEMORIAL DAY (OBSERVED)

MEMORIAL DAY

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• Downtown Alive • Rhythm on the River

• Upstate Shakespeare Festival

• Upstate Shakespeare Festival

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• Downtown Alive

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