Featured Downtown Events

Florence Downtown is buzzing with excitement as development continues every day.

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  • Art Trail Gallery

    The Art Trail Gallery features art and artisan creations from artists all over the Pee Dee Region and is also home to the FRAA and PDAG.

  • North Dargan Innovation Center

    Giving small businesses a place to grow! Now registering for CodeFlo!

  • Rediscovering Downtown Membership

    FDDC would like you to join us in our revitalization efforts of Historic Downtown Florence.

  • South Carolina Pecan Festival

    Stay tuned on how you can be a part of the 2015 South Carolina Pecan Festival.

  • Florence After Five

    The Florence After Five Concert Series happens the final Friday every month. Experience local music, local food & beverages, and FREE admission!

  • Downtown Farmers Market

    The downtown farmers market offers a wonderful array of delicious South Carolina grown products. Happening weekly — every Wednesday — 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Keep Up with Downtown

Read about current happenings in the Florence Downtown blog.

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  • Florence’s Restaurant Row set to host Christmas in the Courtyard

    Florence’s Restaurant Row set to host Christmas in the Courtyard VEASEY CONWAY/MORNING NEWS Tree lighting The Florence Christmas Tree Lighting was held Tuesday night at the Florence County Complex.   >> WHAT: Christmas in the Courtyard>> WHEN : 6 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 20 >> WHERE: The Renaissance Dining Courtyard in downtown Florence >> [...]

  • Florence Design Review Board delays action on downtown facades

    BY GAVIN JACKSON Morning News gjackson@florencenews.com FLORENCE, S.C. – On Wednesday, the city of Florence Design Review Board deferred several major action items, including several downtown façade projects and a contentious demolition in Timrod Park, to its January meeting.   At its Jan. 14 meeting, the board will receive additional information on façade improvements to [...]

  • AIDS Walk 2014

    FLORENCE – For a moment Saturday afternoon the march veered off course, turning onto Irby Street when it should have stuck to Evans. But the marchers in front quickly corrected themselves, and the procession completed a long circuit of downtown Florence without any other problems. Many in the crowd held red and black balloons. The [...]