Looking for something to do in Fort Mill? Check out these 5 events this week

FORT MILL — Good morning and happy Monday! It’s April Fools Day, but we promise not to try and get one over on you. We’ll just get right to it with a brand new week-starter:

Lunch & Learn: The Fort Mill History Museum hosts Dr. Edward Lee, a historian and the mayor of York, who presents “Settling the Carolina Back Country.” Lee will talk about the Scots-Irish and German migration and the influence it had on this region. Noon-1 p.m. at the Spratt Building, 215 Main St., Fort Mill.

Tickets are $20 for the program and a boxed lunch from Improper Pig, or $10 for just the program. Feel free to bring your own lunch. Call 803-802-3646, email info@fmhm.org or go to fmhm.org.

Want to see a play? Fort Mill High presents “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” April 4-7. For times and tickets, click here.

Owl Prowl: Come to the Anne Springs Close Greenway Nature Center at 7:30 April 5 to join naturalist Marvin Bouknight to observe barred owls. Free for Greenway members. $5 for non-members. For more information, email Sara Lee at SaraLee@ASCGreenway.org.

Want to see another play? Fort Mill Community Playhouse presents “Things My Mother Taught Me.” The show opened this past weekend and continued April 5-14. For more information and to order tickets, click here.

Play Ball! All Play Together is planning a day at Knights Stadium. 2 p.m., April 7. Enjoy a Knights baseball game and help support APT, a local organization dedicated to inclusive play. For more, click here.

Have events you want mentioned in our Monday week-starter? Email info to editor.harrison@fortmilltimes.com.