What to do this Weekend?

October 4Summit Drive Elementary’s Annual Fall Festival.  4:30 – 8:00pm.  Games, Inflatables, DJ, Food, M.A.S.H. tent, cake walk, Art and Crafts, Face Painting, Fire truck from the local station and much more!!  Watch for more details later but mark your calendar and join the fun!
October 5Mystery of the Trees. Upcountry History Museum. 6pm.  Have you ever hiked through the Carolina mountains and seen these unnaturally bent trees.  these “trail marker trees,” believed to be used by the native Cherokee to mark trails or water holes.These “trail marker trees” were believed to be used by the Cherokee to mark trails or water holes. Come learn more from Dan Wells of Mountain Stewards at this Museum program.lk about these “trail marker trees,” believed to be used by the native Cherokee to mark trails or water holes. No outdoor lover should miss it.
Oct. 5 at 6 p.m.: Mystery of the Trees Oct. 6 at 6 p.m.: In the Presence of Elders (Native American culture) Admission is $10, free for students.
Learn more at www.mountainstewards.org.
October 5Get Out Greenville.  6am – 10pm.  Conestee Park, 840 Mauldin Rd.  ‘Get Out! Greenville’ is a celebration of all that Greenville County and Upstate South Carolina have to offer to the outdoor enthusiasts. More Info: Telephone: 864-288-6470
October 5Woofstock.  Watson Aviation Rd., 12 noon – 6PM.  1 day of Brews, Bands & Barks!  A festival featuring live bands and UNLIMITED SAMPLING from dozens of regional craft breweries. Mellow dogs are welcome on leashes, and munchies are on sale to go with your brew. Please print and bring your bar-coded ticket and present it at the gate for entry. Once the barcode is scanned at entry, the ticket is non-transferable. You must provide a Photo I.D to receive a wristband to participate in any beer sampling. Gates open at 11:30am.
October 5Paws for a Cause.  8am-12pm.  Starts at County Square on 301 University Ridge Drive, Greenville.   A non-competitive dog walk dedicated to raising awareness and funds in the fight against cancer. Registration is at 8:00am and the walk begins at 9:15am.  Phone: 864-627-1903. Admission: Registration fees
October 6 – In the Presence of Elders. (Native American Culture).  Upcountry History Museum.  6pm.
What to do this Weekend?
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