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Weekend Happenings For July 26-27

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Spartanburg

Carolina Panthers Training CampSaturday 6:30-8:30PM, Special Events starting at 4:00PM
Takes place at Wofford College. 

Paddle Fest
SSaturday9:00AM until 4:00PM
At Lake Blalock Park, 1925 Sandy Ford Road in Chesnee 

Greenville

Greenville Kennel CClubDog Show
SSaturdayand Sunday at the TD Bank Convention Center 
Admission is free

Asheville Tourists

Home Game against Greensboro at McCormick Field
Saturday at 6:05PM and Sunday at 2:05PM

Cherokee County

South Carolina Peach Festival - Mud Bog
At Lake Whelchel near Gaffney
Saturday gates open at 3:00PM with the competition starting at 5:30PM.

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