Downtown Camden Main Street Program


Experience Local Art Nov. 14th! 

Experience local art at select Downtown Camden locations!
Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments and take home your own piece of art!

Learn more here!

Participating locations:
Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, 810 Lyttleton St.  
(Gallery Reception 5:30 - 7:00 pm)
Rutledge Street Gallery, 508 Rutledge St
511 Rutledge, 511 Rutledge St.
The Edge of Broad Street, 938 Broad St. 
Artist's Attic, 930 Broad St.
Laurie McIntosh Art, 607 Rutledge St. (Upstairs)
Amy Sheheen Studio, 607 Rutledge St. (Downstairs)



See what this historic Downtown has to offer! Shops, restaurants, art, antiques, music, movies, & so much more. Enjoy Downtown Camden and love your local! 

As a Main Street America Affiliate community, Camden is committed to focusing on what is special about our downtown commercial district, working together to strengthen the positive image of this center of our community, and to preserving its heritage while inviting economic development.

As part of this commitment, the City of Camden encourages public-private partnerships in planning and action, a concerted effort to change attitudes and turn negative opinions around, and a commitment of time and resources to focus on comprehensive revitalization efforts that strengthen our existing businesses in the downtown and attract new entrepreneurs. 

In June 2017, Main Street South Carolina presented its recommendations for the Downtown Camden program. You can read the full report here.

In support of businesses in the City's Downtown commercial district, as well as throughout the region, workshops and educational sessions are provided throughout the year. A variety of resources from those educational opportunities can be found here

Main Street South Carolina is a service of the Municipal Association of South Carolina and is accredited by the National Main Street Center, a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Main Street South Carolina empowers residents with the knowledge, skills, tools and organizational structure necessary to revitalize their downtowns, neighborhood commercial districts and cities/towns into vibrant centers of commerce and community. To learn more, visit the Municipal Association of South Carolina’s website.