Get out to the Greenway to stretch out Summer

Summer is quickly coming to a close. Kids across South and North Carolina are back in the classrooms and everyone has their routine down, right?

With Labor Day approaching, the kiddos are already thinking about their first day of school off…so why not indulge them and extend summer a little longer.

The Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill has so many great activities this week for families.

Tuesday August 28:

A campfire cooking class takes place on Tuesday night. Time to upgrade your open fire skills from hot dogs to gourmet snacks. And mom, don’t worry about packing anything, The Greenway has you covered. Just show up hungry!

The class starts at 6:30, so you’ll have plenty of time to still make bedtime.  You do have to register for the class and it costs $10. Click here for all the details.

Thursday August 30:

Need some exercise, but don’t want to do it alone? Join the Summer Run Club at the Greenway. This is their last date of the summer. It’s a timed run on a 5K course and you’ll make it back just in time for the summer concert series. All ages welcome.

The concert series ends this Thursday night, but will have lots of food trucks and great music. It starts at 6:30 and ends at 8:30, if you haven’t made it out this summer, you won’t want to miss this.

Sunset Yoga will also start at 6. Multiple activities, one place, one time.

Click here for details on the entire evening.

Saturday September 1:

If you’re wanting to work off those Labor Day picnics, come compete in the 3 or 6 hour Treeshaker Mountain Bike Challenge. The race starts at 9a.m. and it’s sure to be fun. You can practice all this week at the Greenway to get ready.

Make sure you click this link to get all the details for registration.

Stretch out those summer days just a little bit longer, making lasting memories in York County. Don’t forget to tag us on Facebook and Instagram so we can see your photos!


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Knoxville, TN