The Mauldin Cultural Center is home to a variety of other cultural and arts events. If you are interested in hosting an event here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out some of the upcoming events happening in our center!
2017 Upcoming Events
Butler Brews and Mead
Join us for Butler Brews and Mead on Friday, October 13 from 5:30 to 8:00 pm! Visit participating stores along Butler Road in Mauldin for light snacks and tasty sips from Wandering Bard Meadery while enjoying special promotions inside the shops.
Mead, at its most basic level is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting honey with water. At Wandering Bard Meadery, Brian and Adam Daughhetee build on that base by adding an elegant mix of fruits and spices to enhance their patron’s experience with exquisite flavor hints, undertones, and overtones.
How does it work? Patrons pay $10 in advance ($15 at the door), check in at the Mauldin Cultural Center to receive a map and head out to stroll through the Butler shops. When you’re done, head back to the Cultural Center for a raffle drawing! Contact Mauldin Cultural Center for more information.
Fire Prevention Carnival
Each year the Mauldin Fire Department (MFD) holds a fire prevention carnival in honor of Fire Prevention Week. This event, hosted for daycares and schools, educates youth on fire prevention and safety. Want to join in for this fun day of learning? Contact the Fire Department at 864.288.5094 to register!
Take Heart Church presents Trunk-R-Treat Spooktacular! With free candy, a kids’ dance party, food trucks, and a costume contest with cash prizes, this event is sure to be a treat. The night will end with a viewing of Monsters, Inc at 7PM. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Veterans Day Ceremony
Join us at for as we recognize, remember and honor those who have fallen in the service of our country. The ceremony will include a presenting of the flags, a recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, a prayer, and the singing of the national anthem. More details coming soon.
2018 Upcoming Events
January 2018 | Date TBD
Bon Secours’ Good Help to Need™ has never been limited to hospitals. They bring care to the communities they serve, including breast screenings for uninsured or underinsured women in churches, community centers, and health fairs. This January, we’re hosting the Mobile Mammography Coach, which mirrors the state-of-the-art diagnostic screenings and patient-centered care found at the fully accredited Pearlie Harris Center for Breast Health, at St. Francis Eastside.
Call 864.675.4101 (option 1) to schedule your FREE screening or to ask any questions about the procedure and eligibility.
– Females age 40 and older who are due for their annual screening mammogram
– Females who are 35-40 needing a baseline mammogram
– Able to walk up the coach stairs and stand unassisted
Please bring photo ID and insurance cards to appointment.
Peacock STRIDES for Babies 5K
March 2018 | Date TBD
Mauldin Cultural Center
Held every March this 5K race raises money for the national CJ Foundation for SIDS, which works to support research and treatment options to combat Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Organized by Matthew and Jodi Ware, whose daughter Emily “Peacock” Ware passed away suddenly before the age of 1, this race has raised over $150K since it began in 2009. The race begins and ends at the Mauldin Cultural Center. The City of Mauldin’s Recreation Department plays a large role in assisting the Wares with this wonderful event. For more information, visit the official website. | 2017 Registration
March 2018 | Date TBD
Mauldin Cultural Center
Mauldin area residents looking for employment are invited to a job fair hosted by the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce and the City of Mauldin. This job fair is a great opportunity for job seekers to connect with employers throughout the area. Fourteen businesses will accept resumes, provide handout information, accept applications and interview on the spot. Download the flyer for details and company listings or call the Mauldin Chamber at 864.297.1323.
Community Easter Egg Drop
This wildly popular event held before Easter each year at Sunset Park is a sight to see! Thousands of eggs stuffed with goodies for the kids are dropped from a helicopter hundreds of feet in the air, after which children run out on to the field to collect as many eggs as they can. This event attracts thousands of children each year, so get there early! Contact the Mauldin Recreation Department for more information.
Spring in Bloom Festival & Bazaar
Saturday, April 14, 2018 | 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Hosted annually by the Mauldin Garden Club and the City of Mauldin, this Spring festival is your chance to pick up everything you’ll need for your garden and home. Families and friends alike can listen to local bluegrass, enjoy a classic car show and grab a bite to eat.
National Day of Prayer
Gather with the Mauldin community for an hour of prayer and togetherness.
Memorial Day Ceremony
Join us at for a patriotic ceremony in honor of Memorial Day! The ceremony will include a presenting of the flags, a recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, a prayer, and the singing of the national anthem. More details coming soon!
Annual Make Music Day Celebration and Ice Cream Social
Come uke with us! Celebrate Make Music Day by joining our Ukulele Circle and you’ll learn how easy it is to play this wonderful instrument! All ages welcome. No experience necessary and we’ll let you borrow a uke to play for the evening.
The Ice Cream Station will be on-site serving up ice cream, hot dogs and cold beverages.
For more information and questions, please contact Musical Innovations at 864.286.8742.
National Night Out
Held on the first Tuesday in August, this nation-wide event promotes community safety in our neighborhoods. Join our Police and Fire Departments at the Mauldin Cultural Center (101 E. Butler Road) for an evening of free food, entertainment and family fun!
Trains, Trains & More Trains
The Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce and the City of Mauldin present the largest (42‟x 26‟) push-button operated, interactive layout on the East Coast from the Atlantic Coast S Gaugers.
The layout features American Flyer trains from the 1940’s and 1950’s, along with operating accessories, as well as the new Piedmont ‘N Southern Modular N Scale layout. Rekindle your childhood memories, those long ago days, when times were simpler and life was slower.
Bring the kids and let them operate the accessories (including saw mill, log loader, barrel loader, outhouse door, etc.) and “engineer” Thomas the Tank Engine train from Thomas’ Cab. In addition to the interactive S Gauge exhibit, there will also be two other exhibits of N Gauge and G Gauge trains, as well as an operating steam engine model during the first weekend of the show.
Friday, Sept. 7, 12-9 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 8, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 9, 12-4 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 14, 12-9 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.