January 2017

There are 3 blog entries for January 2017.

Come one, come all to the garden lovers event you won’t want to miss. The Charleston Horticultural Society will be holding their event, Plantasia on April 7th and 8th at Old Towne Creek County Park. CHS seeks to inspire excellence in Lowcountry horticulture. Membership is open to all and includes monthly lectures, garden tours, workshops and more.  For nature lovers, it’s a must.

 One of CHS most favorable event is Plantasia. The event was relocated two years ago from the hustle and bustle of downtown, to the quiet park in West Ashley. They did this in order to give the goers a peaceful shopping experience. Plantasia brings in around 2,000 to 3,000 people.

 Vendors from all over come to sell unique flowers and gardening necessities. Other items

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Charleston, SC has been experiencing a mild winter, to say the least. With daytime temperatures averaging around 70 degrees, it's no surprise that visitors and locals alike are out and about making the most of the beautiful weather. Now that the holidays (and restaurant week) are past us, it's time to set our sights onto what the rest of the winter has to offer. See below the top five goings on that, in our opinion, shouldn't be missed.

1. Charleston Jazz Festival - January 20-22 - Gaillard Center

Coming up this weekend at one of Charleston's most gorgeous (and newly renovated) venues, the annual Jazz Festival is sure to be a big hit. Enjoy a variety of performances by names such as Manhattan Transfer, Take 6, Heather Rice & Friends, and many

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As you know, Charleston has gained the attention from people all around the world; is it the culture? The history? The shopping? Definitely! But there is one key component of the Holy City that is not being overlooked – the culinary explosion happening right here in the small city of Charleston, SC. Not only has Charleston gained National recognition for its chefs, restaurants and culinary style; it is becoming the culinary heartbeat of the Southeast.

The aggregate of Charleston’s restaurant scene collaborate biannually to produce one of the most anticipated weeks of the year, Restaurant Week! This year from January 4-January 22nd, local restaurants are having multi-course meals at prefixed prices for a fraction of the cost!

Need a new lunch spot?

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