SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA)- Another weekend full of events, here’s what you need to know!
Take a trip down the Saluda River this weekend for the 7th Annual Saluda River Rally. There will be a series of trips for kayaks, canoes and tubes along with food vendors and bluegrass music. It’s happening at the Dolly Cooper Sports Complex in Piedmont tomorrow from 9 AM until 5 PM and Sunday from 1 PM until 4 PM. After the festivities wrap on Sunday, there will be a free BBQ at the Saluda River Grill…that’s from 4 until 7. The event is free, but donations will be accepted for the area 14 Special Olympics. Camping is also an option for attendees.
The 2016 Spartanburg Airport Fair is happening tomorrow at the Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport from 10 AM until 4PM. There will be lots of things for kids to do, food vendors and a live band. For a small fee you can even take a ride in a plane or helicopter! Admission and parking are free, but don’t forget your ID and cash for food and activities.
The Mary Black Foundation is turning ten! To celebrate the big anniversary, there will be a bike parade Saturday morning. It will be complete with floats, costumes and music. The parade kicks off at 10 AM, but at 9:30 check in begins at Barnet Park. It starts at the soon to be extension of the Mary Black Foundation Trail, moves across downtown and ends at Forest Ave. and the rail trail. This event is also free!
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