GREENVILLE—The Greenville downtown district invites everyone to celebrate the renewal of spring with family, food and furry friends as it continues the tradition of First Fridays on April 5, 6-9 p.m.
This month features a petting zoo sponsored by Keller Grain and Feed, Inc., who brings their chick days to downtown displaying spring chicks and ducks along with a goat and lamb. People are invited to interact with these furry friends on the Courthouse Lawn. In addition, Main Street Greenville will host an Ice Cream Social alongside the Petting Zoo. Free ice cream will be available to Main Street volunteers and supporters as an appreciation.
An event like First Fridays is possible through support of individual, business and government partnership.
Don’t forget the over 20 businesses that are open late for First Fridays. Look for the window cling and stop in to say hi as the warm weather and daylight evenings are upon us.
First Fridays aims to bring people downtown during evening hours to enjoy activities, demonstrations, food and music in a beautiful historic setting. First Fridays is a monthly event presented by Main Street Greenville a non-profit organization committed to stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth in historic Downtown Greenville. To learn more, visit www.DowntownGreenville.org or call 548-4998.
|Fun for the little ones at April’s First Friday when businesses will open late in downtown Greenville on April 5 .|