Local Events Scheduled For The Summer

Belton Events Scheduled Through the Winter:

Events and activities scheduled for Belton during the winter and early spring, emphasizing Belton’s slogan “A Historic Heart….with a new beat!” include:

  • Combo Kings:  Enjoy great music and dancing….and open to the public at the Listening Room on Main.  $10/person admission.  The doors open at the Listening Room at 6:30 and the band plays from 7:30 until 9:45  Wine, beer, soft drinks and water are sold for $4.  The band usually performs on Tuesday evenings.  See the separate post on the Combo Kings for their latest schedule. 
  • Artists’ Gathering, Belton Center for the Arts-Every Tuesday morning from 10:00 to 12:00.  Members of the Belton Center for the Arts are offered the opportunity to use the upstairs classroom at no charge.  Get inspiration or critique from other artists if you’d like, or just work independently.  Depending on interest, live models may be available occasionally.  Bring your own materials and no instruction is provided.  Email Mary Anne Porter at [email protected] if you are interested in attending.  No registration is required.
  • Belton Farmers Market-Open on the third Saturday in May, June and July from 9:00 to 2:00.  The market is located just off North Main Street near the Belton Senior Citizens Center.  Purchase homegrown, homemade and healthy items.  Contact Eric Lewis at 706-247-9303 or [email protected] if you would like a space or need further information.
  • Maynard Cup Tennis, Belton Tennis Center-May 21.  Entry level children from the upstate will enjoy fun competition, games and snacks at the Belton Tennis Center and Leda Poore Park.  Call Jonathan Rice at 864-328-8097 to learn more.
  • South Carolina’s Most Wanted, Belton Area Museum Association-Opening May 1.  This new exhibit will feature the stories and personal artifacts of South Carolina’s most notorious criminals and the lawmen who pursued them and brought them to justice.
  • Palmetto Championships, Belton Tennis Association-May 28-30.  The Palmetto is the largest and strongest junior tennis tournament in South Carolina and has been played in Belton since 1957.  The top players in the state are expected to compete.  Championships will be determined in singles and doubles for boys and girls in five age divisions…10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U.  Matches will begin daily at 8:00 and continue throughout the day at the Belton Tennis Center, Leda Poore Park and Belton-Honea Path High School.
  • Community Clean Up Day, Belton Alliance-Join other community members to pick up trash along some of Belton’s key roads.  Saturday, May 28.  Meet in the Dollar Store parking lot at the corner of Calhoun and North Main at 10:00.  All participants will receive a coupon for ice cream at The Mercantile.  Additional community clean up days are scheduled for June 11 and September 10.
  • Reflections, Belton Center for the Arts-This members only exhibit will open with a reception on Saturday, June 11 from 7:00 to 9:00.  The exhibit will continue during normal Center for the Arts hours through July 8.
  • Summer Art Camps, Belton Center for the Arts-Ages 4 to 7 June 8-10 and July 13-15 ($45/camp); Ages 8 to 12 June 15-17 and July 6-8 ($50/camp).  This summer, BCA is happy to host an art camp that is out of this [email protected]  Inspired by the newest Pixar movie “Lightyear,” kids will create space-themed art projects and enjoy a space-themed snack!  The camps will be taught by Madison Cason, an art major at Anderson University.  Visit www.BeltonCenterfortheArts.org for more information and to register your child.
  • Standpipe Sounds, City of Belton, The Belton Alliance and Ten At The Top-June 14.  Enjoy food and entertainment On The Square with the Eric Scott band.  Food trucks will be on hand starting at 5:30, with entertainment beginning at 6:30.  Bring a chair and join the fun!

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