Friday, Oct. 9
Rock Hill Parks, Recreation & Tourism resumes its Friday Lunch Stop with live music 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Black Street parking lot. The event runs each Friday through October. Some seating available. Bring chairs or blankets.
Never miss a local story.
“Jane Eyre,” based on the 1847 classic novel by Charlotte Bronte and presented by Winthrop University’s Department of Theatre and Dance, will be performed this weekend in Johnson Theater. “Jane Eyre” tells the story of its title character who, orphaned and sent off to a boarding school by her cruel aunt, lands a job as a governess to the precocious Adele, Mr. Rochester’s ward. Eyre and Rochester find themselves perhaps falling in love with each other, but Rochester has a secret. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $8 with Winthrop ID; $15, general public. For tickets, call 803-323-2287.
Championship disc golf
United States Disc Golf Championship continues Friday and Saturday at Winthrop University Recreation Area, Rock Hill. The best disc golfers in the world will compete on the world’s finest disc golf course. Single-day tickets: $10.Tickets available online or at the event. Free for active/retired military and children age 12 and younger. For information, go to usdgc.com or call 800-476-3968. First 500 single-day ticket holders get a free tournament disc, courtesy of INNOVA Disc Golf.
Oktoberfest in Old Town will be 4-9 p.m. Oct. 17 in downtown Rock Hill. The Bavarian-style festival includes a beer garden, German food, live music by a strolling accordionist, the Foothills Oompah Band, children’s amusement area and vendors. The fourth annual Wiener Dog Run starts at 6 p.m. and benefits the York County Humane Society. Registration is required by calling 704-287-6475. Cost is $10. Admission to the festival is free. For a complete schedule, go to onlyinoldtown.com.
Brattonsville by night
“Spirits & Stories: Brattonsville by Twilight” will be 3-9 p.m. Oct. 17 at Historic Brattonsville in McConnells. During daylight hours, the living history museum activities include apple bobbing and cider pressing, corn shelling, wagon rides and harvest demonstrations. By twilight, take a guided lantern tour and listen to historically dressed interpreters tell the tales of those whose legends linger. Bring a flashlight and discover if spirits from the old plantation’s past still roam about. S’mores, cider and doughnuts by the campfire and live music by Night Train Owls will be between 5-9 p.m. Food concessions will be available for purchase by the Friends of Historic Brattonsville. Admission: adults, $6; seniors, $5; ages 4-17, $3, free to Culture and Heritage Museum members and children 3 and younger.
▪ Lynda Randle, a Gaither homecoming artist, will be in concert 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at Rock Hill First Baptist Church. Donations will be given to the York County Christian Women’s Job Corps. Tickets are free but donations are accepted. Tickets are available by calling the YCCWJC office at 803-327-6077. For information you can go to www.yorkcountycwjc.org.