Rock Hill’s spring festival came to a close Sunday with Come-See-Me’s annual fireworks show and tailgate at Winthrop Lake. The event had to be delayed because of rain earlier in the weekend, and some festivalgoers complained about the new $5 entry fee and wristband for those over 21.
A large crowd came out Sunday to Winthrop Lake for the Come-See-Me Tailgate Party. The festival's finale event was moved from Saturday to Sunday because of rain. Sunday was chilly, but the sun finally came out mid-afternoon.
The Come-See-Me festival Everything Trucks Event gave children an up-close look at trucks of all kinds, thanks to the city of Rock Hill, Comporium, Carolinas HealthCare System and other agencies and companies. The event took place at First Baptist Church in Rock Hill.
The Come-See-Me Catawba River Rod Run Friday in the Rock Hill Galleria parking lot. Saturday's show has been moved to Sunday from noon to 4pm. There were vintage vehicles from Ford, Chevy, Pontiac, Cadillac, Dodge, DeLorean and a Studebaker Hawk amoung others. The show was coordinated by Dixieland Cruisers of Rock Hill and proceeds go to the Make-a-Wish Foundation to grant a wish for a local child.
The “Make a Bed and Make a Difference” Bed Race and the Master Gardeners of York County Garden Tour – originally scheduled as part of Come-See-Me on Saturday – have been moved to Sunday in anticipation of rainy weather.
Local performers filled Thursday evening with show tunes and dancing during the Come-See-Me festival’s Broadway Night event at Sullivan Middle School, capping another full day of the spring festival in Rock Hill.
Chase Killough entertains in Glencairn Garden in Rock Hill Wednesday afternoon during Come-See-Me. He performed his rendition of songs by Elton John, Neal Young, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and others. The crowd enjoyed the music, food and the beautiful spring weather.
Pastor Derwin Gray of Transformation Church told Rock Hill, SC,’s community leaders on Tuesday they have to think about what they can do for others ahead of themselves at the annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. The breakfast was held in conjunction with this week’s Come See Me festival.
Hair styling mixed with showmanship at the annual “Rumble in the Jungle” barbershop competition in Rock Hill, SC. Held for the first time as part of the Come-See-Me festival, the competition gave barbers and stylists a chance to show off their skill along with their creativity, hosted by the local school Shabazz Barber Styling College.
Students in grades eighth-through-12th learned how to design their own video games at York Technical College's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM, summer camp this week. The classes are being offered through a partnership with the Rock Hill Economical Development Corporation, which helped pay for the camp. At the end of the week, the campers should be able to take away a three-dimensional working game.
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