|Now through December 31||CHAPS 1,000 Member Challenge||
Help the Cherokee Historical & Preservation Society reach its goal of 1,000 members by the end of the year. Join today by sending in the membership form below at your preferred level.
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|November 12, 13, and 14||Dinner Theatre and Art Exhibit Benefit||The Cherokee Historical & Preservation Society, Inc., announces the opening of another time honored and highly acclaimed DINNER THEATRE and ART EXHIBIT benefit produced in conjunction with chc associates casting and services production of Alfred Uhry's 1988 Pulitzer Prize Winning Drama - DRIVING MISS DAISY. The Benefit Event will be hosted in the Cherokee County History and Arts Museum Event Hall, 301 College Drive. Please call 864-489-4202 for information regarding Benefit Sponsorships and Tables seating availability and pricing.
The Museum is quickly becoming a popular rentable space having hosted various events including business conferences, wedding receptions, reunions, and more.
Renovations on Phase Two of the building have been completed increasing the amount and quality of rentable spaces thanks to a generous grant from The Timken Foundation. Upon completion of Phases II and III, the History & Arts Museum will house over 20,000sq. feet of exhibits, meeting spaces, and educational resources for Cherokee County residents and visitors.
The Museum is recently completed the Museum Assessment Program through the American Association of Museums and has been named a Blue Star Museum by the National Endowment for the Arts for the past three years.