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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  • DAYTRIPS: Check out the arts, culture and cuisine in Florence

    DAYTRIPS: Check out the arts, culture and cuisine in Florence     Special to the Morning News | Posted: Friday, October 10, 2014 10:00 am         Florence Museum Florence County Museum director Andrew Stout walks inside the new museum on Tuesday, October 7, 2014. This week would have been the 61st anniversary of the original Florence Museum [...]

  • Chamber’s barbecue, chili cook-off to be held in downtown Florence

    FLORENCE, S.C. – With autumn creeping slowly toward winter, it is time to break out the smoker, the grill and some pots and pans to whip up some good, old-fashioned comfort food. The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce thinks good food should be celebrated and is offering a chance to do just that this weekend [...]

  • Downtown Florence breezeway honors late downtown manager

    FLORENCE, S.C. — Roy Adams would be pleased with how downtown Florence has progressed since his death in 2005, his widow Mary Adams said Monday. In honor of Adams, Florence’s first downtown development manager, Florence City Council approved a resolution to name the West Evans Street Breezeway after the downtown pioneer, an honor Mary said [...]