Spring In The Holy City

Dated: April 13 2018

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Despite the little cold front that came through recently, we can officially say Spring has sprung! The long and lovely list of things to do in the Lowcountry definitely lets us know that Spring is in the air! Here are a few fan favorites to add to your agenda in the coming days and weeks!


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Local Farmers Markets Opening Day

Dates: April 14 - late Fall

Some of our local farmers markets are opening this weekend! Get the very best of fruits, veggies, crafts and all things homegrown. The Charleston, Summerville and McClellanville Farmer's Markets open Saturday, April 14th, with others launching later in April or already ongoing, like West Ashley, James Island, Mount Pleasant. Check them out!


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Best of Houses and Gardens

Dates: March 15 - April 21

Location: Various Homes and Gardens Throughout Charleston

Bear witness to history, beauty and culture of the Holy City during the Annual Festival of Houses and Gardens. Goers will be able to explore private homes and gardens woven throughout Charleston while learning more about a city whose history dates back to 1670. Even better, daily events will provide festival-goers the opportunity to admire the city in full bloom! Get all the details and purchase tickets here.


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Sperry Charleston Race Week

Dates: April 12-15

Location: Charleston Harbor Marina

Slip on your boat shoes and sprint to the dock for Charleston Race week April 12-15. The weekend will be jam packed with drink deals, activities like a ball toss and events that benefit the military and MUSC. This event, sponsored by Sperry, is the perfect event for all ages that want to set sail in the low country! See all the details here.



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31st Annual Blessing of the Fleet & Seafood Festival

Dates: April 29

Location: Memorial Waterfront Park

Don't miss this opportunity to pay tribute to Mount Pleasant's fishing and shrimping industry! Each year this even does not disappoint, with fun for all ages, including a boat parade, food, live music, craft show and art exhibition, and of course the ceremonial blessing of the fleet. Sample savory seafood offered by some of Mount Pleasant's finest restaurants. And the best part, admission and activities are FREE! For more info, click here.


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Spoleto Festival USA

Dates: May 25-June 10

Location: Various Venues Around Charleston

May 25-June 10th marks the annual Spoleto Festival USA in the Holy City! For 17 days and 17 nights, churches, theatres and outdoor venues will feature musical performances by world renowned and emerging artists. Come see why thousands of festival-goers return to Spoleto Festival USA every year! Find your fancy in the array of opportunities here.


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Dan Lorentz

About Dan Lorentz, ABR, CRS, Founder & Team Leader of Greater Charleston Properties: Founder and Team Leader of the Greater Charleston Properties Team, Dan Lorentz, has lived in the Charleston, SC ....

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