Around Town: April 2022 Edition
March 31, 2022
April brings warmer weather and more events around our communities. Check out some of the events below:City of LoganvilleDump It
On April 9th, the City of Loganville will be hosting their rescheduled Citywide Cleanup Day. Starting at 8:00 am, come out to help support the beautification of this city. For more information, email email@example.com.
To learn more about our new homes near Loganville, visit our Communities Page today.City of MonroePop Up!
For a preview of the local farmers' market season happening later this year, come out to explore Monroe's pop-up farmers market on April 16th. For more information, visit the Downtown Monroe Website.Food Truck Frenzy!
On April 22nd, Food Truck Friday will be pulling up to the Monroe Cotton Mills for lunch and dinner! Come out from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm for lunch with local food trucks. Dinner, live music, and other events will start at 6:30 pm. For a list of food trucks, visit the Downtown Monroe Website.
To learn more about our new homes near Monroe, visit our Communities Page today.City of AndersonHaving an "Egg"-cellent Time
On the Saturdays leading up to Easter on April 17th, the Ballyhoo Petting Zoo will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt! Come out to participate in a scavenger, photo with animals, and crafts that include egg painting as well! For more information, visit the Ballyhoo Petting Zoo Website.Art in the Park
Come out on April 29th and 30th for The Soiree at Carolina Wren Park. As an arts festival that has a history of electrifying the streets of Downtown Anderson, this event will provide two days of a cultural experience.
To learn more about our new homes near Anderson, visit our Communities Page today.City of GreenvilleFirst Friday
Join other art enthusiasts at the First Fridays Gallery Crawl on April 1st. With 25 art galleries and venues offering an array of different talents and media, come to support the arts community at this free event. For more information, Click Here.Stride for a Cause
On April 30th, join the LEAD Collective at the YMCA of Greenville at their Strides for Mercy 5K. This event will be raising funds to support them as they work on overcoming the complex challenges of poverty. For more information and to register for the race, visit the LEAD Collective's Website.
To learn more about our new homes near Greenville, visit our Communities Page today.