It's quarantine time, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to do! We've compiled a list of mostly local ways to entertain yourself during this time. From online shopping to free virtual workouts Fort Mill is open, staying strong, and has many ways to keep you connected!
The Coronavirus has brought businesses to a halt but Fort Mill businesses stand strong, support each other, and are devising new ways to serve the community. Help support local business amid this unexpected crisis.
The Taste of Fort Mill is back for the 7th year! On April 24, from 7-11pm, enjoy food from 20 local restaurants, drinks (cash bar), raffle prizes, music, and dancing under the stars - all while benefitting The Magnolia Memory Care Day Program, a local non-profit supporting families challenged with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Meet Chef Sarah, the brains and talent behind Chef Sarah Food, who offers meal prep, dinner parties, kid's parties, and cooking classes. Her priority is providing you and your family with creative and flavorful dishes using quality ingredients. She makes your week or party hassle-free by bringing the food and chef right to your house!
Valentine's Day is around the corner! Whether you're going for a fancy or casual outing, wondering what to do with the kids, or searching for a thoughtful gift, check out what these Fort Mill businesses have in store.
Have a special occasion, or just planning a girls night? We can’t recommend the 5-course wine dinners at The Pump House enough! It’s hosted in a private event space with 7-person communal tables and your seat of choice. The atmosphere welcomes the opportunity for conversation, or it's easy to keep to yourself if preferred. The event maxes at 40 so it’s not too big nor loud.
We saw a bit of everything – girl’s night, date night,...