Jury Trials
5 East Butler Road, Mauldin, SC 29662
City Hall
Monday, December 11, 2017Friday, December 15, 2017
All Day
Holiday Carving Class
101 East Butler Rd Mauldin SC 29662
Mauldin Cultural Center
Monday, December 11, 2017
6:00 PM8:00 PM

6 p.m.  |  FREE, registration required  | Eventbrite - Holiday Carving Class

It’s time to get crafty again! In this workshop, kids of all ages (and their guardians) will learn woodcarving techniques and tricks from the The Piedmont Woodcarvers. Attendees will then get to try their hand at carving, by making a work of art from a bar of soap (youth) or wood (adults). All materials included. Limited space available!

Presented by: The Piedmont Woodcarvers

Eventbrite - Holiday Carving Class

POUND Christmas Class
10 City Center Drive, Mauldin SC 29662
Mauldin Sports Center
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
8:30 AM9:30 AM

Join the Sports Center this holiday season! Guests are encouraged to wear their favorite holiday hats, socks, and workout gear, so bring that holiday spirit to this free workout class!

Visit the Sports Center for more details.

Department Head Meeting
5 East Butler Road, Mauldin, SC 29662
City Hall
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
9:30 AM10:30 AM
Christmastime Wassail Walk
101 East Butler Rd Mauldin SC 29662
Mauldin Cultural Center
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
5:30 PM7:30 PM

5:30-7:30 p.m. | FREE

“Here we come a-wassailing among the leaves so green…”

Join us for the Christmastime Wassail Walk! Visit participating stores along Butler Road in Mauldin for Christmas cookies and tasty wassail, warm cider, hot tea, cocoa and coffee while enjoying holiday deals inside the shops.

Between stores, listen to strolling carolers (directed by Pam Mayfield of Mauldin High) and pick up your free handmade ornament from Santa’s elves!

According to Readers Digest; “the Christmas spirit often made the rich a little more generous than usual, and bands of beggars and orphans used to dance their way through the snowy streets of England, offering to sing good cheer and to tell good fortune if the householder would give them a drink from his wassail bowl or a penny or a pork pie or, let them stand for a few minutes beside the warmth of his hearth. The wassail bowl itself was a hearty combination of hot ale or beer, apples, spices and mead, just alcoholic enough to warm tingling toes and fingers of the singers”.

How does it work? Patrons pay to register, check in at the Mauldin Cultural Center to receive a map and head out to follow the candlelit path through the Butler shops. Contact Janice Holcombe for more information.

Presented by: Robinson’s Jewelers | Rainbow Paints and Antiques | Kane Collections | The Mad Vaper

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