Charles Williams, with Gripps Grills out of Greer, prepares some vegetables during Groove ‘N Brew.
Joseph Berry gets ready to bowl.
And he gets a strike.
Mayor Foster Senn and his daughter Caroline Senn play Operation.
Steffanie Shinne rocks out for Groove ‘N Brew.
J-E-T giving a stellar performance at the outside stage.
Columbia and West Columbia natives, Kim Potter (left) and Anna Bryson (right), got groovy for Groove ‘N Brew.
Joe and Ruby Jean Miller, of Newberry, stand in front of the tie-dye Volkswagen Beetle in their 1970’s attire.
Cullen Binnicker, Isaac Drummond, Alex Braswell and Jacob Pill rocking out for the festival.
Ashleigh and Miriam Titus utilize the Miami Vice photo booth.
Volunteer Meg Muir visits the Newberry County Museums booth during the festival.
One of the many activities allowed participants to bungie in the air, so to speak.
River Rat Brewery was one of many local breweries featured during the festival.
A group of 1980s enthusiasts came ready to rock. Pictured, in no particular order, Kassandra Segars, Sid Segars, Jimmy Park, Karen Park, Kim Shealy and Tom Shealy.
Jade and David Corley, of Newberry, came in their best 1970’s attire.
Carl Hoover and Angie Alley, of Irmo, were ready for the 1980s.
Vickie Wiseman and Elizabeth Hipp all dressed up.
Brandi Stories and Mary Alex Kopp channel the 1980s.
Denny Koenders volunteers during Groove ‘N Brew.
Contestants vie to win the costume contest.
Singing a little Journey during Karaoke.
Kasey Schroer belts out a tune.
The Haute Dog Lady makes an appearance as a food vendor.
Volunteer Jana Boice stands with Chief of Police Roy McClurkin.