Smithsonian Museum Day Live at the White Home
Sep
21
10:00 AM10:00

Smithsonian Museum Day Live at the White Home

Museum Day brings together museums, zoos & cultural centers from all 50 states to offer free admission to all Museum Day ticket holders. Museum Day represents a national commitment to access, equality and inclusion.

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Museum Day goes beyond getting visitors through museum doors—it acts as a springboard to empower and help advance the hopes and ambitions of the public, particularly school-aged children and those in underrepresented communities.

This year, Museum Day will celebrate the Year of Music.

Visit Historic Rock Hill and the White Home today and view a few of our musical collections pieces. We will be open from 10am to 4pm, with guided tours at 11am and 2pm.

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Sep
28
10:00 AM10:00

iMAGINE STEAM Festival

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The iMAGINE STEAM Festival in Rock Hill, SC will feature hands-on activities, interactive demonstrations and family-oriented entertainment in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Math) fields. 

Historic Rock Hill will be setting up a booth allowing kids to sketch and draw any of Rock Hill’s architecture! Finished sketches will be put on display at the White Home.

The purpose of this street festival is to ignite the interest of students and families from across York, Chester and Lancaster Counties in STEAM learning and to showcase pre-K - 12 education and career pathways.

 

This exciting event is FREE and will take place on September 28, 2019 from 10 am – 4 pm in Old Town Rock Hill throughout the Main Street area and Fountain Park.  Visit https://www.imaginesteamsc.org/rockhill/ to get involved or learn more.

 

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Oct
5
8:00 AM08:00

Partner Event: 2019 American Revolution Symposium

2019 American Revolution Symposium: State of Rebellion: South Carolina’s Place in the American Revolution

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This 1st Annual American Revolutionary War Symposium is presented by the SC Archives & History Foundation and the SC Department of Archives and History with the support of South Carolina Humanities, and will focus on the American Revolution in South Carolina, a major, if not pivotal, site of war activities.  While directed to those with an existing interest the Revolution it will capture the interest of both the novice and the expert.  On Saturday, October 5, Key Note Speaker John Buchanan, author of The Road to Charleston: Nathanael Greene and the American Revolution , Dr. Andrew J. O’Shaughnessy, Vice President of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello, along with John Beakes, Mrs. Peggy Picket, Dr. Jim Piecuch, and John Allison will participate in a day long program providing insight on South Carolina and the American Revolution.

Registration is $50 on or prior to September 20, registration after September 20 is $65, and Student Registration is $25 (a valid school ID is required). 

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Historic Rock Hill Oyster Roast
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

Historic Rock Hill Oyster Roast

Celebrating the 14th Annual Oyster Roast & BBQ Fall Fundraiser

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The 14th Annual Oyster Roast will be held at the White Home on Thursday, October 17, from 6 to 9 p.m. Catered by Culinary Chef David Babey, guests will enjoy fresh steamed oysters, oysters on the half-shell, and a southern BBQ dinner buffet with seasonal sides. There will also be a dessert bar and an assortment of wine provided by O’Darby’s Fine Wine & Spirits and seasonal beer provided by B&B Distributing. Festivities willinclude music and a silent auction filled with exciting items and packages.

All proceeds will directly benefit Historic Rock Hill’s educational programs and efforts to market the White Home as a premier rental venue.

A ticket is required to enter the event and must be purchased in advance. Limited tickets available, so get yours TODAY before they are gone! Tickets will not be available for purchase at the event.

Schedule as follows:

Bar and Silent Auction open at 6pm

Oysters served from 6:30 - 7:30pm

Dinner Buffet opens at 7:30pm

Event concludes at 9pm

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History Happy Hour
Aug
27
5:30 PM17:30

History Happy Hour

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Enjoy our new History Happy Hour at Historic Rock Hill! Learn about "The Era of Aspic" & try some jellied pickle-pineapple salad & other interesting recipes! Tickets are $10 and includes one mid-century cocktail.

If you have any questions, please call our Program Director Lindsay at 803-329-1020. 

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Lyrics on the Lawn
Aug
22
5:00 PM17:00

Lyrics on the Lawn

Musical Guest: Matt Tucker

Historic Rock Hill is partnering with the Old Town Farmers Market to host the second annual Lyrics on the Lawn in Old Town, which will be held on the grounds of the historic White Home every other Thursday evening throughout June, July and August.

Beginning on June 6, this summer series offers fun for the entire family by incorporating music, children's activities, local craft vendors and farmers with fresh produce, flowers and other handmade goods. The Farmers Market opens at 5pm, live music starts at 6pm.

Each unique event will feature an array of entertainment and food trucks. VIP seating areas are also available, where guests can enjoy private shaded seating, snacks and cold beverages.

Lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed. Please, no pets, outside food/beverage or coolers. These events are free to the public and all ages are welcome! Weather permitting.

So, grab your family and friends and meet us at The White Home this summer!!

For additional information or to reserve VIP seating, please call 803-329-1020; email info@historicrockhill.com This series is jointly hosted by Historic Rock Hill and Old Town Association. Presenting sponsor of this event is Hutchison Group, Inc.

Tonight’s musical guest it Matt Tucker:  https://www.matttuckermusic.com/

Tonight’s musical guest it Matt Tucker: https://www.matttuckermusic.com/

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Lyrics on the Lawn
Aug
8
5:00 PM17:00

Lyrics on the Lawn

Musical Guest: Jade Moore

Historic Rock Hill is partnering with the Old Town Farmers Market to host the second annual Lyrics on the Lawn in Old Town, which will be held on the grounds of the historic White Home every other Thursday evening throughout June, July and August.

Beginning on June 6, this summer series offers fun for the entire family by incorporating music, children's activities, local craft vendors and farmers with fresh produce, flowers and other handmade goods. The Farmers Market opens at 5pm, live music starts at 6pm.

Each unique event will feature an array of entertainment and food trucks. VIP seating areas are also available, where guests can enjoy private shaded seating, snacks and cold beverages.

Lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed. Please, no pets, outside food/beverage or coolers. These events are free to the public and all ages are welcome! Weather permitting.

So, grab your family and friends and meet us at The White Home this summer!!

For additional information or to reserve VIP seating, please call 803-329-1020; email info@historicrockhill.com This series is jointly hosted by Historic Rock Hill and Old Town Association. Presenting sponsor of this event is Hutchison Group, Inc.

Jade Moore will be the soundtrack for the evening  https://www.facebook.com/events/2381903218525745/

Jade Moore will be the soundtrack for the evening https://www.facebook.com/events/2381903218525745/

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Lyrics on the Lawn
Jul
25
5:00 PM17:00

Lyrics on the Lawn

Historic Rock Hill is partnering with the Old Town Farmers Market to host the second annual Lyrics on the Lawn in Old Town, which will be held on the grounds of the historic White Home every other Thursday evening throughout June, July and August.

Beginning on June 6, this summer series offers fun for the entire family by incorporating music, children's activities, local craft vendors and farmers with fresh produce, flowers and other handmade goods. The Farmers Market opens at 5pm, live music starts at 6pm.

Each unique event will feature an array of entertainment and food trucks. VIP seating areas are also available, where guests can enjoy private shaded seating, snacks and cold beverages.

Lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed. Please, no pets, outside food/beverage or coolers. These events are free to the public and all ages are welcome! Weather permitting.

So, grab your family and friends and meet us at The White Home this summer!!

For additional information or to reserve VIP seating, please call 803-329-1020; email info@historicrockhill.com This series is jointly hosted by Historic Rock Hill and Old Town Association. Presenting sponsor of this event is Hutchison Group, Inc.

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Closed
Jul
16
to Jul 19

Closed

Historic Rock Hill & the White Home will be closed to the public July 16th through July 19th for a short summer break. If you have any questions or immediate concerns, please email info@historicrockhill.com.

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CANCELLED - Lyrics on the Lawn
Jul
11
5:00 PM17:00

CANCELLED - Lyrics on the Lawn

This week’s artist: PJ Brunson

Historic Rock Hill is partnering with the Old Town Farmers Market to host the second annual Lyrics on the Lawn in Old Town, which will be held on the grounds of the historic White Home every other Thursday evening throughout June, July and August.

Beginning on June 6, this summer series offers fun for the entire family by incorporating music, children's activities, local craft vendors and farmers with fresh produce, flowers and other handmade goods. The Farmers Market opens at 5pm, live music starts at 6pm.

Each unique event will feature an array of entertainment and food trucks. VIP seating areas are also available, where guests can enjoy private shaded seating, snacks and cold beverages.

Lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed. Please, no pets, outside food/beverage or coolers. These events are free to the public and all ages are welcome! Weather permitting.

So, grab your family and friends and meet us at The White Home this summer!!

For additional information or to reserve VIP seating, please call 803-329-1020; email info@historicrockhill.com This series is jointly hosted by Historic Rock Hill and Old Town Association. Presenting sponsor of this event is Hutchison Group, Inc.

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Lyrics on the Lawn
Jun
20
5:00 PM17:00

Lyrics on the Lawn

Historic Rock Hill is partnering with the Old Town Farmers Market to host the second annual Lyrics on the Lawn in Old Town, which will be held on the grounds of the historic White Home every other Thursday evening throughout June, July and August.

Beginning on June 6, this summer series offers fun for the entire family by incorporating music, children's activities, local craft vendors and farmers with fresh produce, flowers and other handmade goods. The Farmers Market opens at 5pm, live music starts at 6pm.

Each unique event will feature an array of entertainment and food trucks. VIP seating areas are also available, where guests can enjoy private shaded seating, snacks and cold beverages.

Lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed. Please, no pets, outside food/beverage or coolers. These events are free to the public and all ages are welcome! Weather permitting.

So, grab your family and friends and meet us at The White Home this summer!!

For additional information or to reserve VIP seating, please call 803-329-1020; email info@historicrockhill.com This series is jointly hosted by Historic Rock Hill and Old Town Association. Presenting sponsor of this event is Hutchison Group, Inc.

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Closed
Jun
12
to Jun 14

Closed

Historic Rock Hill & the White Home will be closed Wednesday, June 12th through Friday, June 14th.
If you have any questions, please email info@historicrockhill.com.

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Lyrics on the Lawn
Jun
6
5:00 PM17:00

Lyrics on the Lawn

Historic Rock Hill is partnering with the Old Town Farmers Market to host the second annual Lyrics on the Lawn in Old Town, which will be held on the grounds of the historic White Home every other Thursday evening throughout June, July and August.

Beginning on June 6, this summer series offers fun for the entire family by incorporating music, children's activities, local craft vendors and farmers with fresh produce, flowers and other handmade goods. The Farmers Market opens at 5pm, live music starts at 6pm.

Each unique event will feature an array of entertainment and food trucks. VIP seating areas are also available, where guests can enjoy private shaded seating, snacks and cold beverages.

Lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed. Please, no pets, outside food/beverage or coolers. These events are free to the public and all ages are welcome! Weather permitting.

So, grab your family and friends and meet us at The White Home this summer!!

For additional information or to reserve VIP seating, please call 803-329-1020; email info@historicrockhill.com This series is jointly hosted by Historic Rock Hill and Old Town Association. Presenting sponsor of this event is Hutchison Group, Inc.

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White Home Wine Trail
Jun
1
6:00 PM18:00

White Home Wine Trail

Historic Rock Hill and grapevine Riverwalk have partnered to present our 2nd annual spring fundraiser. With a triple crown theme this year, this event offers guests an opportunity to taste more than 40 choice wines paired with sweet & savory hors d’oeuvres crafted by Culinary Chef David Babey. Dress is derby/garden party attire.

The Wine Pull is sponsored this year by The Pump House!  Buy a $20 cork and you could win a bottle of wine worth over $300!

The Wine Pull is sponsored this year by The Pump House! Buy a $20 cork and you could win a bottle of wine worth over $300!

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Partner Events - Catawba Indian Nation
May
18
10:00 AM10:00

Partner Events - Catawba Indian Nation

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

Additional Information

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