Top March Events Around Town

Spring has almost officially sprung in the Lowcountry, which means it’s time for popular seasonal events to start sprouting out all over town. And that’s exactly what’s happened. In addition to the annual St. Patrick’s Day and Easter celebrations that can be found around every corner, there are a few other events that we are… Read More

Top Romantic Events Around Town

Valentine’s Day. Whether you love or hate it, you cannot deny that this holiday is the perfect time to shower your sweetheart with love and affection. Instead of gifting your significant other a box of chocolates or bouquet of flowers this year, why not take them out for a romantic evening on the town? Here… Read More

Top New Years Celebrations

How do you plan on ringing in the New Year? If you’re still not sure what your plans are, consider hopping in on one of these popular celebrations: 6th Annual Yorktown Countdown Ring in the New Year with Charleston’s largest annual New Year’s Eve celebration on one of the most celebrated historic attractions around. This… Read More

Top Six Events for November

Now that a new season is upon us, it’s time to pull out those calendars and start planning for some of the best events around town this month. With events for foodies, families, friends, and festival-goers, there’s no shortage of exciting things happening in the Lowcountry. 16th Annual Harvest Festival – Nov. 4 Best known… Read More

Top October Events Around Town

Fall has arrived in the Lowcountry, y’all! And with the cooler temps, Saturday football games and Sunday apple picking trips, there also comes a lot of exciting fall-tastic events. Luckily, you don’t have to travel too far to immerse yourself in the fall season — there is more than enough happening to keep you occupied… Read More

Meet Melissa: A Mom on a Mission

After closing on their Foxbank Plantation home in July of 2013, Melissa Bennett and her family haven’t looked back. Instead, they have chosen to look toward the future and focus on the potential of their growing community and what it can possibly become. Originally when the Bennett family moved in, there were only 500 homes… Read More