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Arts & Crafts - Tom Jennings @ 803.274.8831 (email)
Concessions - Tom Jennings @ 803.274.8831 or 803.274.8876 (email)
Parade - Sam Whisenhunt @ 803.707-8972 (email)
Program Book - Carrie Johnson @ 803.829.3754 (email)
General Information - Tom Jennings, President @ 803.274.8831 or 803.274.8876 (email)
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Arts & Crafts and Concessions
The pageant will be held April 1, 2017 at Branch Junction at 11:00 AM.
Click here for the application. Rehearsal is optional and will be March 30th at 6:00pm at Branch Junction. Please email us for more information.
Branchville offers many attractions and events. For information regarding Branchville, call Town Hall at 803.274.8820.
Branchville Railroad Shrine Museum and Depot, 7505 Freedom Road (U.S. Hwy 21), is a restored historic depot building filled with antiques and memorabilia open from Friday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. For information, call 803.274.8104 or 803.274.8934. A restaurant is also located there.
Old Sardis Church, off U.S. Hwy 21 a half mile north of downtown, just past the city limits, is a historic church organized in 1786 and built in 1811.
The Original Settlement, on Bridge Street a mile out of town, is shown by a marker indicating the site of the settlement and Indian trading crossroads.
Cattle Creek Campground, on Highway 210, five miles from Branchville toward Bowman, is home to religious revivals and camp meetings, with original wooden tent structures.
Branchville restaurants include:
The nearest lodging is found 13 miles away in St. George or in Orangeburg:
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