Come celebrate the opening of Greenville’s newest park designed to spark the spirit and soothe the soul. Gather your friends for an enchanting evening of morsels, music, and meandering. The evening will include local artists and live music representing the healing arts, and interactive stations to explore the healing experience of The Cancer Survivors Park.
The Cancer Survivors Park is located in beautiful downtown Greenville, SC on a 6.8-acre site along the Swamp Rabbit Trail. This tranquil refuge connects Falls Park at Church Street to the edge of Cleveland Park at the Cleveland Street Bridge.
The park has transformed a currently inaccessible and overgrown piece of the trail into a unique blend of gathering spaces and natural walkways that provide a place of renewal and healing for anyone who visits. The unique space is designed for all survivors – those currently battling the disease, their caregivers, family and friends and those left behind to carry on the memory of loved ones lost. In addition to a restful setting, the park includes a Center for Hope & Healing, a central Celebration Pavilion, specialty gardens, and sculptural and educational elements. Community programs designed to help anyone learn to live with cancer, and ultimately any life-altering illness or loss will soon be available to the Upstate.
The event is rain or shine, guests must be 21 and over.
If you would like to volunteer at the event email email@example.com.
For more information, call 864-255-5010 or email RSVP@cancersurvivorspark.org.
Date and Time:
Sat, June 2, 2018
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Cancer Survivors Park
52 Cleveland Street
Greenville, SC 29601
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