The Friends of Lake Robinson with the help of numerous organizations is in the process of planning the forth annual Day of Celebration and Stewardship Fair. The event will be held on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at Verne Smith Park from 1pm to 6pm
, and admission is free. Contributions from the following orginizations make the event possible; Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW), Blue Ridge Rural Water Company, the City of Greer Department of Parks and Recreation, the City of Greer Storm water Division, the Rotary Clubs of Greater Greer and Greenville Breakfast, the, and Citizens Building and Loan.
Many activities are planned for the afternoon. For those interested in trying one out, Kayaks will be provided by Sunrift Adventures. The ever popular Locust Grove Bluegrass Band will entertain the crowd from 3pm to 5pm with Joe Beam and his band leading off the music from 1pm to 3pm. Lillian Hanley of the City of Greer Storm water Division has organized a Stewardship Fair highlighting numerous organizations that share ideas with the public about protecting the lake and environs, enjoying the plant and animal life, and living in harmony with nature. City of Greer Parks and Recreation Department will provide children's activities including a casting contest.
All attendees are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs to sit and to enjoy the show. Any proceeds from the event will be devoted to paying for the event and activities to preserve Lake Robinson as well as support local high school scholarships.
To view a PDF file of the event brochure: click HERE
The park is located next to the Lake Robinson dam off Mays Bridge Road. View a Google Map of the park