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Each year young, local dance students perform for Spring Festival.
Each year young, local dance students perform for Spring Festival.
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Friday


5 p.m. until 8 p.m. — Ham and Grits Supper, Cheraw Masonic Lodge #15, 210 Third Street. All you can eat $7.


6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. — Black Heritage Jubilation, Theatre on the Green. Free admission.


Saturday


All day — Living History Expo, Riverside Park. Skirmish at 2 p.m.


7 a.m. until 10 a.m. — Ham and Grits Breakfast, Cheraw Masonic Lodge #15, 210 Third Street. All you can eat $7.


10 a.m. until 6 p.m. — Arts and Craft Show and Celebration, Cheraw Community Center, corner of Powe and Second.


10 a.m. until 5 p.m. — Fine Arts Show, Mary G. Burr Gallery, Cheraw Community Center.


10 a.m. until 6 p.m. — Kid’s Fun Block, Market Street.


10 a.m. — Antique Fire Truck Parade, down Front, Powe and Second Streets.


10 a.m. until 5 p.m. — Southern African American Heritage Center, 125 Kershaw Street. Adults $7. Children $5.


11 a.m. until 2 p.m. — First United Methodist Church’s Famous BBQ, 113 Third Street. Take out or all you can eat buffet.


11 a.m. — Pet Parade, corner of Kershaw and Second Streets.


11 a.m. until 5 p.m. — Centennial Park Entertainment, corner of Market and Second Streets.


2 p.m. — Skirmish with Living History Expo, Riverside Park.


Saturday afternoon — The Lyceum Museum, free.


6:30 p.m. — Civil War Storyteller and Meal, River’s Edge Restaurant, 162 Second St.


Saturday evening - Civil War Lantern Tours, beginning at sundown, Riverside Park. Tickets $5.


7 p.m. — 5th annual Breast Cancer Show, Cheraw High School gymnasium. Advance tickets $10, at the door $12.


Sunday -


All day until 3 p.m. — Riverside Living History Expo, Skirmish at 2 p.m.


10 a.m. — Confederate Church Service, Old St. David’s Church, Church Street.


12 p.m. until - 5 p.m. — Kid’s Block, Market Street.


12 p.m. until - 5 p.m. — Arts and Craft Show and Celebration.


12 p.m. until - 5 p.m. — Fine Arts Show, Cheraw Community Center.


1:30 p.m. until 5 p.m. — 1st annual Cheraw Rescue Squad Cruise-In, 316 Second Street (Palmetto Family Medicine)


2 p.m. - Skirmish with Living History Expo, Riverside Park.


Spring Arts and Craft Show and Celebration


From the festival’s center stage, the front lawn of the Cheraw Community Center, come fabulous live performances by local bands, gymnasts, dance students, and community theater actors. There will be magic shows, juggling and clown acts.


More than 100 craftsmen and artists will display their wares and demonstrate their art at the Cheraw Community Center, which also hosts the Fine Arts Show.


Civil War Storyteller and Meal


Taking a look at the lighter side of history, folklorist and Southern raconteur Tim Lowery shares tales of hardtack, strong coffee, devilish women, gun powder accidents, mule humans, whistle pigs, chimney boogers and other curiosities from the War Between The States. Enjoy the tales along with a delicious meal. Call 843-537-1109 for ticket information.


Cornhole Tournament


The Cheraw Spring Festival Corn Hole Tournament hosted by the Greater Cheraw Chamber of Commerce will be double-elimination format. Entry fee is $10 per person, two-person teams. Call the Chamber at 843-537-7681 for more details.


5th Annual Breast Cancer Show


Presented by Dream Helpers and GoodFellaz Enterprise this event offers a special performance by the South Carolina State University Drum Line “Bango Brothers.” The event will be hosted by BET All-Star Blast Ju Ju. Sound will be provided by DJ K-Smooth.


Advance tickets are $10 and are on sale at Pee Dee Cleaners. Tickets at the door are $12. For more information call 803-528-9016 or text 803-556-1533. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m.


 
 
 
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