Doors reopen,youth programing, and live professional theatre begin again.
The Mill reorganizes to be incorporated as a 501 (c)(3) Not For Profit corporation, Swift Creek Mill Theatre.
Drifty the Snowman first appears in a youth show at The Mill. This is now a winter tradition.
Gristmill operations and the distillery close for good.
The Mill becomes Schmidt’s Distillery of corn whiskey.
Swift Creek Manufacturing Company purchases The Mill.
Randolph’s descendant deeds the Mill to William Rowlett.
Henry Randolph built the Randolph Mill which then began operation as a gristmill, grinding corn into flour.
King Charles II provides Henry Randolph with a land grant.
Three local families purchase and renovate The Mill. In December, Swift Creek Mill Playhouse opens with a production of Carnival.
Swift Creek Mill Playhouse hires a magician and actor, Tom Width, to perform in Once Upon a Mattress. He went onto appear in several more shows and soon started directing. Tom eventually became The Mill’s first Artistic Director.
The Mill is renovated and approved for ADA Accessibility compliance.
During the COVID19 Pandemic, SCMT suspends operations. In August, historic flooding leads to two feet of water in the main dining room and fills the Granite Room.
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