Yap Ye Iswa is back! The heritage of the Catawba is celebrated by the Catawba Cultural Preservation Project, which holds a festival every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving -- Yap Ye Iswa (Day of the Catawba). The festival is a way for the Catawba to celebrate their culture and share it with people of all backgrounds.
Catawba Cultural Center
1536 Tom Steven Rd
The Over the Mountain Men and the Battle of Kings Mountain presented by Leigh Van Blarcom
Sunday, September 15, 2019, 3pm at the Family Life Building behind Bethel Church, Hwy 557, Clover, SC
Visit the historic White Home and see cars that span automotive history; from Rock Hill's own Anderson models to the muscle cars of the 1960s! Admission is $5 (children 6 & under are free). This event is a part of the Come-See-Me Festival and is a fundraiser for Historic Rock Hill. All proceeds will benefit our educational programming.
Shop local vendors & meet talented artists at a beautiful historic setting all while supporting a good cause!
Come out to the White Home and shop among the spring blooms of our gardens. Buy from local artisans in the heart of Rock Hill's downtown. We are requesting a $5 donation for admission per person (children 6 & under are free). All fees directly benefit Historic Rock Hill and our educational endeavors. This activity is a part of the Come-See-Me Festival.
The North Carolina-South Carolina Boundary Line Disputes, 1737-2013 presented by Dennis Amos
Sunday, March 31, 2019, 3:00pm at First Presbyterian Church, Rock Hill, SC
Learn about Rock Hill history and enjoy all of the new brewery's that Rock Hill has to offer. Bring your own bicycle or grab a Comporium bike and meet up at the White Home. We'll travel around Rock Hill, starting and ending at the White Home. Enjoy an evening ride, learn some great history, & enjoy discounts on beers! This event is a part of the SC Humanities Festival. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased through the link below.
If you’ve ever looked in awe at the beautiful historic churches of downtown Rock Hill, then take part in our Church Architecture Walking Tour. Enjoy a morning jaunt at 10am or noon and learn about the history and architecture of Rock Hill’s oldest congregations. This event is a part of the SC Humanities Festival. Tickets are $5 a person and can be purchased through the link below.
For the first time, Visit York County will host the 2019 South Carolina Humanities Festival on March 28-30. For the three-day festival, Visit York County has collaborated with various organizations in York County to provide a unique outlook on the culture and heritage of York County, South Carolina.
In March 28th from 5:30 - 8:00 pm, the Humanities organizations of York County will gather together to celebrate at the White Home. Enjoy food trucks, live music, and great drinks and learn all about what the humanities of York County have to offer.
Learn about Rock Hill history and enjoy all of the brewery's that Rock Hill has to offer. Bring your own bicycle or grab a Comporium bike and meet up at the White Home. We'll travel around Rock Hill learning about the history of our city and you’ll get to purchase great beers at great breweries, starting and ending at the historic White Home.
Historic Rock Hill and the White Home will be doing some early spring cleaning. While the offices of Historic Rock Hill will be open, we will not be able to offer tours of the White Home during this time. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.