BBQ & Bluegrass Car Show

​​Mt. Carmel Church

1623 Hester Store Rd, Easley, SC

Free admission -

An all day family fun event

Come join us for our show of cars. Car entry fee is only $10.00.

While walking around enjoying the sights, bid on your favorite car by placing $1.00 or more into their collection containers. Also stop by our hospitality tent to learn more about MARYS House and the services we provide.

Hot dogs and Hamburger Lunch will be available to purchase onsite. Announcement will be made at 2 pm for fan favorite and oldest car entry.

As our car show winds down, bring a chair or use one provided by the church,

to listen to the music that made our area famous; Bluegrass. BBQ plate sales

will begin at 4pm. Judging of the barbeque will be done at 6pm.

We will wind down our event at 7pm with the announcement of the amount of money raised. 


April 21st, 2017

6th Annual Masquerade for MARYS House

​​ Tuesday, Oct. 3rd, 2017 

​6pm - 11 pm

Tickets available at Wingard Jewelers & Bleu Voodoo Grill 

George's Creek Baptist Church       

1991 Saluda Dam Rd, Easley, SC 29640      Starts at 8:00 a.m.

August 5th, 2017


February 11th, 2017

Month of August 

Search on Facebook: Makeup Making a Difference! 

and request to join the group to find out how your purchase can help save lives! ​​

August, 2017

April 2nd, 2017

April 8th, 2017​​

IN REMEMBRANCE: MRO, Drivers & Friends of Greenville Pickens Speedway Sponsor Room at MARYS House Shelter in Memory of Harper & Hayden, the two children who lost their lives from being victims of a domestic dispute

​​ Saturday, August 5th at 7 PM

Greenville Pickens Speedway 

A short announcement of the memorial will happen at the Greenville Pickens Speedway after qualifying and before the races begin during the time of the National Anthem and Invocation. Our Sheriff Rick Clark will give a few words about the case and domestic violence in our community, followed by a short message of appreciation of the support of the GPS family & community by the Executive Director of MARYS House; Kristina Smith and a member of the board of director; Dean Weinmueller. Invocation by MRO Chaplain; Dale Tyre and National Anthem by driver; Tasha Porter.

Pickens County Coroner Kandy Kelley identified the children as 5-year-old Harper Edens and 9-year-old Hayden King. She said they all died from gunshot wounds to the head.​ This particular case stems from domestic-related separation and subsequent conflict in that separation.

February 22-26, 2017

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June 10th, 2017

MARYS Generations & Family Resource Tent at Daytona Speedway

​​MARYS House joins VICTORY LANE MINISTRY at the race track to offer counseling and faith-based resources for families who are at the track.

MARYS Generation encourages the development of strength, courage, confidence, honesty and communication skills for families. Our goal is to enhance abilities and enable families to pursue safe and healthy relationships.





DSS Annual Spring Fling

​​Greenville County Department of Social Services will have their annual day of learning for staff and leadership. The purpose of the event is to educate the Human Services staff on all of the community resources available to address the needs of the children and families.  MARYS House will participate and have a booth for their "vender walk", to assist in educating about our organizations and services offered.

July 8th, 2017

Grits & Gospel 

​​ Saturday, July 8 at 4 PM - 7 PM
My Father's House, 100 Hagood Street Easley SC 29640

Come join us for an evening of grits with fixings, breakfast casserole, and music! Plates are $5 a piece, and we'll have to-go meals available too! Don't worry about cooking, come out for a great time, and support MARYS House. Please help spread the word!

October 3rd, 2017

Pave The Track in Prayer

MARYS House is partnering with MRO Chaplain Dale Tyre and Greenville Pickens Speedway  Saturday February 11th, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

​Please join us as we pave the track in prayer before the green flag waves for the 2017 race season.     

National Victim Awareness Week

​​To kick of this special week, the Clemson Police Department is hosting a community event on Sunday, April 2nd from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Nettles Park in Clemson, SC. This community event will be filled with activities and games for children, entertainment, food and live demonstrations - all aimed at showcasing community services. The goal of the event is to enhance a sense of community and to increase the public's awareness of victims' rights and services available. 

In addition to Victims' Rights Week, April is also Alcohol Awareness Month, Child Abuse Prevention, Sexual Assault Awareness, Youth Violence Prevention, Every Kid Healthy, Distracted Driving Awareness, Autism Awareness, and Safe Kids Month. To recognize these importance awareness initiatives, we thought agencies that deal with these issues would like to be involved as well.   

Faith Over Fear

​​A special event to support victims of domestic violence

Come enjoy our guest speaker, dinner, entertainment & silent auction 
6:30 pm till 9:00 pm 
Location: Marathon Church 315 Roe Road, Greenville, SC 29611 
Tickets: $30 per person
To purchase your ticket:  Click the donation icon and pay thru PayPal and we will reserve your ticket for you, or Mail your check to PO Box 132 Pickens, SC 29671 
or email to make other arrangements