This Saturday, leaving form Due South Coffee at 10:30 am
Have you ever wanted to find out what is inside the Taylors Mill? As part of the Hampton III Gallery Taylors Mill Exhibition, join owner of Taylors Mill Properties Kenneth Walker for this walking tour of the historic facility, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The tour will look at the following spaces:
Due South Coffee Roasters
Appalachian Spirit Folk Instruments
Tessha Zimmerman Dickey
Mobili Farm Tables
Mike Vatalaro Studio
William Felton School of Crafts
Bryan Hiott Studio
Doug Young Studio
Be sure to support The Academy of Arts at the Logos Theatre’s production of The Venture of 1620 coming up in the next couple of weeks!
Get tickets here
From the Academy of Arts
The Venture of 1620 is the unbelievable, yet true story of the Pilgrims escape from religious persecution to the New World.
It will be performed as part of the Summer Drama Camp 2014 at the Logos Theatre, as well as in Plymouth, MA as a part of the 150th Celebration of the Forefathers Monument!
Logos Theatre Performances:
Friday, July 25 at 7pm
Saturday, July 26 at 2pm
Ticket Prices: General Seating: $20
Just wanted to drop a quick word… we are alive and kicking and gearing up for this fall, which is promising to be an exciting time in the Taylors Community. Be sure to have your calendar marked for August 13 at 12 pm for the next Taylors TownSquare meeting! Stay safe out there everyone! Have any questions? Email Alex Reynolds!
Coming up July 3-August 16
Be sure to plan to check out this exhibition of Taylors Mill Artists:
The show will featured events at the Hampton III Gallery (3110 Wade Hampton Blvd, Taylors) and at the Taylors Mill!
Find the full rundown of events, including studios hours, Coffee and Conversation Schedules, Tours, and more at the Hampton III Gallery Website!
Opening night: Thursday, July 3 from 7-9 PM at the Hampton III Gallery
View artist preview videos
From the Greenville News, Sunday, June 15:
A plan would create a path along the Enoree River linking Corey Burns Park and Taylors Mill.
An effort to transform Taylors into a walking community may soon come to fruition.
A roughly one-half mile trail would run along the Enoree River and connect Corey Burns Park and Taylors mill, according to Alex Reynolds, who is spearheading the project. Reynolds also is one of the organizers for Taylors TownSquare
Read the full article here.
Join us for our Taylors TownSquare Agenda Meeting as we look at the meetings for the fall and map out ideas for their content! We will meet this evening at 7 pm at Due South Coffee. Hope to see you then!
If you have any questions, please contact Alex Reynolds.
Friday night, there will be open studios at the Taylors Mill from 6 pm until 9 pm! There are lots studios open at the Taylors Mill, check out this map to see many of them! Due South Coffee will also be open!
Be sure to check it out this Friday night! Here’s how to get to the Taylors Mill
Do you know something going on in Taylors? Let us know!
Welcome & MC: Alex Reynolds, Taylors FBC
Purpose of Meeting: Taylors TownSquare is a place for relationships to be made, to learn from and be inspired by others, and to find common goals for the Taylors community.
Agenda Items: Taylors Community Brand Discussion, Greenville County Planning Commission
The Greenville County Planning Commission presented a variety of logos as a result of the Taylors Community Visual Preference Survey we participated in at the May TownSquare meeting. We had a great time discussing the different ideas and sharing feedback with one another. A few of the general thoughts discussed as a group included:
- the brand being representative of Taylors as a whole rather than exclusively the Mill area
- the focus centering on “historic”/”downtown” Taylors as opposed to the entire zip code of Taylors
- preference to an original look as an alternative to the popular vintage look
Keep in mind that this was just part of the initial exercise in the branding process and not in any way a final brand. If you have additional feedback or ideas, contact Scott Park.
Next Taylors TownSquare Meeting
Wednesday, August 13
12-1 pm | Taylors FBC Ministry Center (Old Post Office)
"An Account of Taylors, South Carolina, 1817-1994"by Jean Martin Flynn has been reprinted! A special thank you to Ann Henson for all her time spent making this happen. If you would like a copy, they will be available for $15 at the Taylors FBC church office. Contact Alex Reynolds to arrange a time to pick up your copy.
- First Friday at the Taylors Mill, June 6, 6-9 pm
- Taylors TownSquare Agenda Planning Meeting, June 9, 7 pm at Due South Coffee
- Hampton III Gallery Mill Featured Art Show, July 3 - August 16
- The Venture of 1620 at The Academy of Arts Logos Theatre, July 25, 7 pm and July 27, 2 pm
- Taylors FBC Community Work Day, September 20, Contact Alex Reynolds
Get your copy at the June 3 TownSquare meeting!
Tuesday, June 3 | 7:00 - 8:00 pm | Taylors Ministry Center
After many months of work, Ann Henson has reprinted copies of “An Account of Taylors, South Carolina, 1817-1994” by Jean Martin Flynn. They will available for you to purchase for $15 at the June 3 TownSquare Meeting. Ann will accept personal checks and cash.