Featured Sponsor: eGreenville

General InfoElizabeth Ramos

We're incredibly grateful for the support of our media sponsors! They play a big role in helping us get the word out about Indie Craft Parade. One of these wonderful partners is eGreenville, The Greenville News' weekly entertainment magazine.

eGreenville is a weekly publication covering food, arts and entertainment culture in Greenville, and it's chock-full of great stuff! We love their focus on art and local makers. Several Indie Craft Parade exhibitors have been featured in past issues, sharing about everything from studio openings to detailing their creative process.

And guess who made the cover this week...

Thanks for the love,


Check out this issue to find out what's new with the 2013 Indie Craft Parade festival, along with lots of other great stories

(Greenville is getting a Kilwin's! And a new taco joint! And there's lots of cool stuff happening this weekend!).

Grab a copy around town

(it's free)

, or

read it online.

If you're looking for something to do around town, just check out eGreenville's extensive calendar of events and your schedule will be overflowing with fun in no time. Their restaurant feature showcases local culinary treasures, and a quick browse of the amazing cocktail recipes will make you want to plan a party on the spot. We really appreciate eGreenville's focus on the arts community and love seeing our exhibitors pop up on the pages, as well finding out more about upcoming concerts, theater productions, gallery openings, and more.

eGreenville is published every Friday, so make sure you pick up a copy! It’s inside each Friday edition of The Greenville News, and is also available for free as a standalone piece at more than 850 locations around the Upstate. The e-edition is always available online on Thursdays, so readers can get a sneak peek before the print edition hits stands on Fridays. You can also

follow them

on Twitter for the latest news.

In case you missed it,

here's another great article

about Indie Craft Parade, released yesterday by the The Greenville News.