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Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Uniting for Change Luncheon
Apr 12 all-day
Greenville Convention Center

On April 12, United Ministries is hosting a Uniting for Change luncheon. The keynote speaker of this year’s luncheon is Stephanie Land, author of “Maid,” which was adapted into the Netflix series, “Maid.”

Tuesday, April 18, 2023
Project Host Fill the Cruisers Food Drive
Apr 18 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Bon Secours Wellness Arena and the Greenville Police Department are teaming up with Project Host to fill police cruisers with food items for the Project Host Soup Kitchen. Stop by the Arena on Tuesday, April 18th to drop off donations outside of the GSP International Airport Box Office.

Items needed include: packaged condiments, chicken, vegetable, and beef broth or stock, short pasta, egg noodles, creamy soups, canned meats, canned tomatoes, canned corn, canned beans, powdered drink mixes, canned fruit cocktail, pasta sauce, powdered mashed potatoes, cooking spray, canola oil, olive oil, individual fruit cups, granola bars, individually portioned chips, and individually portioned snack packs.

Fill the Cruisers is part of the Arena’s Serving Together: Arena’s Giving Experience (STAGE) program that supports the community through special events and community engagement initiatives.

Project Host is a non-profit organization that uses food as a tool to nourish the hungry and train the unemployed in the greater Greenville area.

Saturday, April 22, 2023
International Ballet – La Sylphide
Apr 22 @ 7:30 pm
Peace Center--Gunter Theatre

La Sylphide (translated to “The Sylph”) is a magical morality tale about the pitfalls of temptation.  Set in Scotland, the ballet tells of James, his fiancé Effie, and a beautiful Sylph who first appears as a dream, ultimately luring James into the woods, abandoning friends and his bride.  La Sylphide features exquisite classical technique, intriguing characters, and leaves questions for the audience to ponder about the choices we make. La Sylphide is one of the oldest full length classical ballets still in repertoires of major ballet companies across the globe.


International Ballet’s La Sylphide will feature Greenville Native Ekaterina Nechayeva as the Sylph.