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Short Getaways: Newberry, S.C.

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Editor's Note: In this column, features editor Charmain Z. Brackett highlights a trip to Newberry, S.C.

I wanted a short getaway.

Nothing complicated; nothing too far away; and if it wasn’t too crowded, all the better.

My husband and I also like to do things related to the arts — see a pla...

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  1. Charmain, thank you, you hit a Home Run!
    Your opening sentences set the stage: “I wanted a short getaway.Nothing complicated; nothing too far away; and if it wasn’t too crowded, all the better.”

    Yes, your story brought out the essence of the town Newberry, a great small town. Yet, plenty to do, see and taste, as you described so well. Look at the Newberry Opera House fall calendar: https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events/calendar.html
    I did and saw there are 11 events scheduled for October; 13 bookings for November; 14 are in store for December, with several focused on Christmas.
    It is a safe downtown, plenty of close-in parking and easy to walk, browse and do!
    Well done, again, thank you, the town as I’ve visited, too, and need to return!

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