834 Windslow Ave
Gaffney, SC 29341-2623
Phone: (864) 487-5337
Fax: (864) 487-5339
Gaffney Entertainment Center offers a variety of fun for the whole family. With a bowling center, arcade and movie theater, there's enough to keep anyone entertained. The movie theater shows the latest in Hollywood releases. With comfortable seating and the newest in sound and visual technology, it's no wonder this cinema is popular with the locals. The Bowling Center is open seven days a week, is reasonably priced and even offers party packages for group events. Gaffney Grill and Sports Bar offers full food service to the Bowling Center until 10p every night and a limited menu to patrons after 10p.
One of the excellent facilities offered by the Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, the Paul Porter Arena certainly honors its namesake, former Advisory Board honorary member Paul B. Porter. A well-equipped multi-purpose arena, this facility is home to the university's Runnin' Bulldogs basketball team. Call to know more.
Located just a stone's throw away from the Hillcrest Shopping center, the Carmike 7 runs great first run Hollywood movies. Each of the seven theaters therein screens the movies with digital projection technology, thus the images on screen as crisp and clear.
Over 150 events are featured each year at this music college with events including recitals, concerts, and performances by students, as well as lectures and master classes by some of the most gifted musicians in the world.
The oldest college theatre group in the country, the Converse College Theatre Department performs three major productions each year, as well as numerous studio productions and special event performances.
Twichell Auditorium is an entertainment venue located at Converse College. With a 1500 seats available, Twichell can accommodate even the most popular of performances.
One of the premier facilities on the campus of the Wofford College, and also one of the premier arenas in the city, Benjamin Johnson Arena has earned a revered position in the sports scene of the city. Built in 1981, and operating as The Citadel for several decades, this arena boasts a parquet floor, a rare feature, which makes for a good game of basketball. The arena is also the home arena for Wofford College's Terriers basketball team, and hosts their prominent matches. See the website or call to know more.
Built in 1851 with Gothic Revival style of architecture, the Episcopal Church of the Advent is one of the historic churches that continue to function till date. With a lot of struggle, it has strived to exist even today. The splendid exteriors and the soothing interiors of the building make it a beautiful place of worship. Regular services, including religious ceremonies are held at the church.
The Chapman Cultural Center is a vital part of the Spartanburg community. The Center provides ample space for arts to flourish; with the David Reid Theatre, Black Box Theatre and the Spartanburg Dance Center, the events range from plays and musicals to modern dance. Additionally housed within the center, visitors will find the Spartanburg Art Museum, the Artists' Guild as well as some student galleries.
Located in the Chapman Cultural Center, the David Reid Theatre has been host to great performances, community events and large gatherings for private events. There are side parterres and a balcony that adds to the allure of this classically styled theater. This horse-shoe shaped venue can has 500 seats available. The Spartanburg Little Theatre use this space for their productions throughout the year.
The Black Box Theatre is part of Chapman Cultural Center. This large room has no permanent fixtures besides the overhead lighting system. There are mirrors along one side of the room while the rest of the Theatre is painted black. This space is available for rental but it has also been used as rehearsal space for theater companies and for small productions.
With over a century behind them, Wofford College has distinguished itself as a top Southern University attracting both local and international students. The liberal arts college campus rests on 170 acres (69 hectares) of land in Spartanburg and offers 26 major fields of study ranging from a number of diverse subjects. Wofford is a small institution that enrolls about 1500 students every academic year and offers a small but bustling college-town community with many activities, extra-curriculars, sports and arts programs to its students. Greek life is a big part of the Wofford College life with almost half of all the students participating in fraternities or sororities every year.