Can you believe that summer is almost over in the Lowcountry? As much fun as we have had lounging by the Foxbank Plantation pool and soaking in the sun, we are also excited to get back into the routine that comes along with a new school year (maybe at Foxbank Elementary!). While you may already… Read More
Have some furry, four-legged friends in need of a new veterinarian? Luckily for you, a brand new vet hospital is opening its doors in our own backyard this August. Led by Dr. Scott Senf and Dr. Jay Goldsmith, the Foxbank Vet Hospital has been an idea that they had been discussing for a few years.… Read More
We’re looking at the rest of July and planning our next outing near Foxbank Plantation in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, like the Charleston Margarita Festival, Moncks Corner Farmers Market and more.
It’s the moment you have all been waiting for: Foxbank Elementary will have an official ribbon-cutting on August 19 at 3 p.m. and will welcome students for the 2018-2019 school year.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like summertime in Moncks Corner and we could not be happier! Longer days and warmer nights give us all the feels and make us want to pack our calendars with as many activities around Charleston as we possibly can. If you’re like us, it can be challenging to narrow… Read More
The Town of Moncks Corner Farmer’s Market is officially open for business! The market kicked off the new season on April 5 and will be open every Thursday between 3 and 7 p.m. until mid-December.
There are plenty of extra special events popping up around Moncks Corner and beyond that give you the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the beautiful spring weather that’s (finally) taking over the Lowcountry.
The Silverman Group, will break ground on Foreign Trade Zone, a $65 million industrial project located in Summerville, SC. There’s no question that our Foxbank Plantation community is an ideal spot for residents and businesses.
April showers will bring May flowers, but as far as we can tell, April is filled with family-friendly events in Charleston, like the High Water Festival, Movies Under the Stars and more.
St. Patrick’s Day tends to be one of the most celebrated holidays around the country, especially along the Lowcountry and in North Charleston. From Charleston to Savannah and everywhere in between.