With all there is to do in Charleston, SC, it's time to visit us again!! The weather is beautiful and activity abounds in the Low Country. The Preservation Society of Charleston is hosting its 32nd Annual Fall Tours of Homes and Gardens. This five week event begins on September 25 and ends October 26, 2008. Their goal is to educate, plan and encourage the preservation of Charleston's architecture, history and culture. It is our Nation's oldest non-profit organization. www.preservationsociety.org.
Another moonlight mixer is scheduled at the Folly Beach Fishing Pier on Friday, September 12, 2008. Dance the night away under the stars with local DJ, Rob Duren. Food and drinks are available at Locklear's Beach City Grill. Admission tickets are required. Check out www.ccprc.com. for this and many more upcoming and ongoing events.
The Charleston Music and Heritage Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 25, 2008 at Brittlebank Park. You won't want to miss this funfilled event. www.chazzfest.com.
And of course we have our Charleston Harbor tours where the views and scenery are magnificant. You are sure to enjoy the beautiful harbor, historic Battery, views of North America's longest cable-stayed bridge, our beautiful dolphin, indrecible sunsets and so much more. www.schoonerpride.com.
North Charleston is hosting its annual Festival Hispano Sunday, October 5, 2008 at North Charleston Wannamaker County Park from noon until 6pm. There is fun for everyone at this event. www.ccprc.com.
Then there is Mepkin Abbey in Moncks Corner, where you can take in the peaceful Trapist monastery and its famous gardens. You will also see the Cooper River much as it appeared during the plantation era. It's full of special charm, beauty and history. www.mepkinabbey.org.
In nearby Summerville, Wassamassaw Community Park has recently opened. It's pet friendly and beautiful. There are lots of other upcoming and ongoing happenings in Summerville too. Check it out! www.summerville.sc.us.
Don't forget to visit the City Market, shopping on Upper King Street with galleries and shops galore, our fabulous restaurants featuring local produce and seafood, our beautiful Historic Plantations, beaches, museums and so much more!
Hope to see you soon! Contact me for all your Charleston real estate needs or questions.