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Spartanburg County Historical Association

This week the Spartanburg County Historical Association will be hosting three diverse events.

1. February 27 – At Gerhard’s Cafe, join the SCHA to sample game fare prepared by local chefs and learn about the history of one of Spartanburg’s most unique restaurants! Cash Bar.

Spots are limited so purchase your ticket today!

SCHA Member Ticket ($30)

Non-Member Ticket ($35)

1. February 28 – Spartanburg Regional History Museum will host a Lunch & Learn — “A Clifton Mills Story” — at Chapman Cultural Center. Bring your lunch and learn about one family’s experience working in the Clifton Textile Mills from author Anne Phillips. Call (864) 596-3501 for details.

$5 at the door

3. March 1 – Interested in the food that backcountry settlers grew and ate during the 18th and 19th centuries? Come learn and sample backcountry foodstuffs at the Historic Price House!

This year’s event will also feature recipes from the kitchens of U.S. Presidents who were in office during the Prices’ lifetimes.  Guests can learn how our country’s “founding foodies” shaped American cuisine and taste dishes enjoyed by some of our first Chief Executives and their households, including Thomas Jefferson’s Macaroni & Spinach Bake, James Hemings’ Fritters a la Chantilly, and George Washington’s Chile-Spiced Pecans.

The price of admission includes a guided tour of Historic Price House.  Guided tours will be given every hour on the hour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

$4/Child, $6/Adult (SCHA Members save $1 off each ticket)


One is on my list and wish I could attend more. How about yours? We are blessed to have so many people sponsoring and sharing about our city all the time.

“History is a cyclic poem written by time upon the memories of man.” Percy Bysshe Shelley


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