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Saturday, September 24, 2005

Mice on Main

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We understand there are nine bronzed sculpture of mice on Main Street. We have found four of the nine sculptures. To read about this a unique way to explore downtown Greenville click on the following link:

Mice on Main

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Wedding couple at Wild Wings

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On Sunday evening we ate at Wild Wings. As we waited for our meal a wedding couple were dropped off by a limo. The couple then joined their friends for a celebration at Wild Wings.

One of the best parts about Wild Wings is that they are open and serve drinks on Sunday.

The restaurant is on Washington less than one block off Main Street. The resteraunt's web site address is:

Monday, September 19, 2005

Cancer Survivors Park

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The Cancer Survivors Park is a work in progress and one which I recommend you visit now and then many times as the transition continues. The park joins Falls Park on the Reedy on the northwest corner.

If you want more information about the Cancer Survivors Park then click on the following link.

Cancer Survivors Park of the upstate

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Greenville Symphony

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The Greenville Symphony had a fund raiser for the Red Cross this weekend. As a result we were able to support local Hurricane Relief efforts while enjoying a concert. The concert was held at the Peace Center for Performing Arts which is on Main Street and Broad. It was nice to just walk across the street from our condo. The Peace Center is one of the main reasons we moved downtown and we have not been disappointed. Our only problem is finding time to enjoy half of what is available.

Following are couple of link of interest:

The Greenville Symphony

The Peace Center

Saturday, September 17, 2005

Art in the Park

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The photo above was on display at an event called "Art in the Park". The event was held at Falls Park on the Reedy in downtown Greenville. The photo was by Al Keiser. His web site is: The technique he uses involves printing the photo on canvas. The result looks like an outstanding painting.

The photo is one of the areas where artist had
The photo is of tents where children were given the opportunity to express their artistic skills.
The photo is of children rolling down a hill in the park.
The photo is of a band and a juggler during Art in the Park.

Friday, September 16, 2005

Bistro Europa

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We had a great meal, last Friday, at Bistro Europa. We sat at a table on the sidewalk and listened to Jazz being played across the street in the Hyatt Plaza. Each Friday evening Main Street Jazz is present.

You can see from the photo that there was a lot of activity on the street. Music, lots of people, wine, and a good meal! Life downtown in Greenville is great.

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Moonlight Movies

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We watched a movie last night at the Peace Center amphitheater. The movies are presented by the City of Greenville each Wednesday night during September. We enjoyed watching Gary Cooper star in High Noon.

For more information click on the following link then select moonlight movies. Greater Greenville outdoor entertainment

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Liberty Bridge at night

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We attended the Unity Festival at Falls Park on the Reedy this weekend. The music and dancing was great. There is always something happening downtown in Greenville. While at the festival I tried my hand at a night time photo of the Liberty Bridge. The Reedy river is in the foreground and you can just make out a couple enjoying the evening.

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Lance Armstrong

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On Friday, the weekly Jazz on Main Street event was combined with a parade in honor of George Hincapie. When the speeches started the crowd was surprised with an appearance and comments from Lance Armstrong.

About 2,500 of us in attendance had a great time. There was an article in the Greenville News about the event called "Hometown gives Hincapie a hero's welcome, parade" .

Monday, September 05, 2005

Falls Park on the Reedy

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Labor day brought many people out to enjoy Falls Park on the Reedy. The weather was great with highs of 83 degrees. Check out their website for additional information. Falls Park on the Reedy

Sunday, September 04, 2005

Main Street Jazz

Main Street Jazz was outstanding. We took two lounge chairs, drank wine, and enjoyed the music. Main Street was blocked off on, beer trucks were setup, and people were everywhere. Main Street Jazz occurs weekly. If you are interested checkout the following link. Main Street Jazz

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