The Mauldin Cultural Center will re-open beginning Monday, June 1. The public is advised to follow the below rules before visiting our facility or events:

– No one with a fever or persistent cough is to be permitted.
– All employees and members of the public are not allowed to enter if they feel generally unwell.
– All employees and members of the public should maintain a minimum of 6-foot distance between others.
– Sneeze or cough into a cloth or tissue.
– Refrain from shaking hands or engaging in any unnecessary physical contact.
– The use of face coverings is encouraged.

For information on when specific classes and meetings will resume, please contact the instructor or host. All contact information can be found at

The Mauldin Farmers Market will be held June 2 – July 28. Beachin’ Fridays will be held June 19 – August 21. Both events are subject to cancellation if it is deemed unsafe to hold them.

The Mauldin Theatre Company’s 2020 production of Seussical has been cancelled, as has the PB&J: Pizza, Blues & Jazz Festival and Arts Market. In April, we shared a virtual PB&J experience via our web-blast – take a look!

Because the Mauldin Youth Theatre’s production of Annie, JR. was only three days from opening when our facility closed, we are working with the cast and crew to determine if this production can be rescheduled for later in the summer.

An announcement will be made on our website and social media for any rescheduled or cancelled events.

The Cultural Team can be reached by email at [email protected]. We anticipate a high volume of emails, but will return inquiries as quickly as possible.

Please note that we are allowing our staff to work remotely in the interest of their health, so we may not be immediately available by phone until June 1. Should staff choose to visit the office, we will do our best to answer all calls and return as many voicemails as possible.

The Mauldin Cultural Center is an entity of the City of Mauldin. For an update on other precautions the City is taking, please visit The City will continue to monitor the evolving health crisis and will update their website daily with any changes to our COVID-19 policy, as well as any changes to our course of action.

We apologize for the inconvenience, but wish everyone good health.