The Wine Series of the Anderson Arts Center has become one of the must-do events in Anderson, but we’ve added a twist this year by incorporating craft beer into the series. This year’s series offers two events focused on wines and two events focused on craft beers, but you’ll be able to enjoy a little of both at all events!
This four-event series is planned to pique your interest, pack a punch and leave your taste buds wanting more. We’ll focus on wine in June & July. We’ll take the month off in August for our annual Arts Auction, and we’ll pick back up for the craft beer focus in September & October.
Each event is artfully planned for only 100 guests to ensure you can sample each type of wine, beer and delicious food at each event.
Friday, June 21st, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Join us for a night of southern elegance & hospitality, sipping the finest wines and savoring classic southern cuisine.
Hosted by: Anderson County Woman's Club
Sponsored by: Waste Connections
Thursday, July 25th, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
You’ll enjoy a little taste of history in this building originally constructed in 1908 as a Carnegie Library. Now home to the Arts Center’s Permanent Collection, you’ll sample summer-appropriate wines surrounded by historical columns, beautiful fireplaces, and fine artwork.
Hosted by: Carnegie Building at the Anderson Arts Center
Sponsored by: Attaway Printing
Thursday, September 26th, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Start your fall season with a brand new brew! Sample a variety of local and regional beers and a premium selection of wines that will keep you cool!
Hosted by: Sunny & Jimmy Davis
Thursday, October 24th, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Recently under new management, the Pine Lake Golf Course is new and improved, and we’re here to introduce to the changes with hand-picked craft beer selections along with perfect Fall wines.
Hosted by: Pine Lake Golf Course
Sponsored by: Richard Kay Superstore
WE'D LOVE FOR YOU TO JOIN US!
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Funding assistance provided by the Anderson County and City Accommodations Tax Fund and by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.