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Around Town: Shrimp and Grits and Bulls Island

Posted on September 15, 2015 by

Need to get out of the traffic and craziness of our whirlwind world and breathe a bit? We’ve got the place for you! Or if you’d prefer to eat, drink and be merry, we have you covered there as well. This month we’re highlighting the Bulls Island Ferry along with the Second Annual Shrimp & Grits Chefs’ Competition. Not the ‘free-est’ of activities, but well worth your money.

 

Bulls Island Ferry

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If you have an appreciation for the outdoors and insane beauty of South Carolina, put a visit to Bulls Island on your Bucket List!

 

What? The Bulls Island Ferry offers trips and tours to Bulls Island. Bulls Island is the largest of four barrier islands found within the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. Bulls is a 5,000 acre island consisting of maritime forest, fresh and brackish water impoundments, sand dunes and white sandy beaches. It has a wide variety of animals, amphibians and reptiles, but is world renowned for it’s birds. Over 275 species have been recorded on the refuge, most being found on or near Bulls.

 

Where do we leave from? Garris Landing in Awendaw, SC

 

What do we do? Once on the island, you’ll be on your own to explore the 16 miles of trails and seven miles of sandy beach. A short walk from the ferry you will find bathroom facilities, picnic area, and storm shelter.  From there, you can decide to walk straight to the beach, meander down Turkey Walk Trail or head over to the freshwater impoundments of the island’s interior. There are plenty of opportunities to tour the island with a guide, and everyone who take the ferry receives a Naturalist-led Ecotour on the way to the island.

 

Don’t Miss Activities: Boneyard Beach is considered the most beautiful part of the island and is aptly named. This three-mile stretch of beach is the result of the surf moving sand away from this end of the island.  The hundreds of oaks, cedars and pines that are left behind are weathered by the salt and sun to create a skeletonized forest in the sand.

 

Cost: A guided tour while riding the ferry to the island is $40 for adults and $20 for age 12 and under; guided beach/island tours and other opportunities vary.

 

Other Island Opportunities: Sunrise tours, Lighthouse Tours, overnight stays at the Dominick House, kayak to Bulls Island (guided)…and other seasonal opportunities. Please visit www.bullsislandferry.com.

 

2nd Annual Shrimp & Grits Chef Competition

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When is it and where do I go? September 19, 6-9 PM; Joe Riley Stadium

 

 

What will I do? Eat, Drink, Dance, Be a Judge

 

 

What kind of food? Well, lots of shrimp and grits of course! 20 Top chefs and restaurants will compete for the best shrimp and grits in town–you taste and vote! For a list of restaurants, please click here

 

 

What will I listen to? Live music from Shem Creek Boogie Band

 

 

What’s it gonna cost me? $12 for children under age 12; $40 for adults; includes all you can eat shrimp and grits—drinks sold separately; VIP tickets also available for $80–cut the line passes, free beverages, special tables and reserved parking included

 

 

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Around Town: Grape Stomping and Jazz

Posted on August 11, 2015 by

Around Charleston, there’s never a dull moment, but for those of you who have lived here for many years, maybe you’re in the habit of attending the same events year in and year out. This month, we’re highlighting some events in August and early September that you’re guaranteed to enjoy, and possibly you’ve never attended before—-the Irvin-House Vineyards Grape Stomp and The Lowcountry Jazz Festival. Do you know of any upcoming Charleston events that should be promoted? Please send them to us at betterfaster@imaginept.com!

 

IRVIN-HOUSE VINEYARDS GRAPE STOMP FESTIVAL

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If you can handle the heat, this is the place to be on August 29th!!!!! Please visit the festivals website for details on how to sign-up for the Grape Stomping competition or the “Lucy Look Alike” contest. So. Much. Fun.

 

 

What: 12th Annual Irvin~House Vineyard Grape Stomping Festival

 

When: Saturday, August 29, 2015 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 

Where: Irvin~House Vineyard, 6775 Bears Bluff Road, Wadmalaw Island

 

Cost: $10.00 per car; a portion of the proceeds will go to Frierson Elementary and Pet Helpers

 

To Do: Hangout, eat and drink under the oaks while listening to Rawberry Jam and Pierce Edens; Lucy Look-Alike Contest; Grape Stomping and Wine Tasting; Local Craft Vendors; Jump Castle, Face Painting, and Hula Hoops for the Little Stompers

 

To Eat: Chucktown Mobile Seafood, Costal Crust, Home Team BBQ, Korki’s Cafe, Sweet Lulu’s Bakery, Old Salt Gourmet Pretzels, King of Pops, and Ben & Jerry’s

 

To Drink: Tastings in the Firefly Vodka distillery and Irvin~House Vineyard winery are only $6.00 to taste 6 of 26 flavors of Firefly spirits and $5.00 to taste 5 wines. The Vineyard’s famous frozen Wine-a-Ritas will be for sale to combat the summer heat.

 

7th ANNUAL LOWCOUNTRY JAZZ FESTIVAL

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If you love Jazz and like to support good causes, this is the event for you. The Greater Charleston Low Country Jazz Festival is the primary fundraiser for Closing the Gap in Health Care, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose primary mission is decreasing health disparities and increasing health literacy, especially for African Americans and the underserved in our community, South Carolina, and the nation. The line-up for this event is outstanding. Go out, enjoy great music, and support our community!

 

 

Date: Sept 3-6

 

Performance Time and Musician Lineup: Evening hours, with doors opening at 6pm on Thursday and 5 pm on Fri/Sat/Sunday. Some artists at this years festival include (but DEFINITELY not limited to!):Marcus Miller, Richard Elliot, Jonathan Butler, Gerald Albright, Tracy Hamlin, Joey Sommerville, the Sax Pack, and Marcus Anderson and The Takeover. Click here more information on performers and the time of performances.

 

Price: Prices vary based on seats. Click here for tickets.

 

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Around Town: What Are We Going to do Today?

Posted on June 16, 2015 by

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It’s June! What’s that mean? Your kids/grandkids/nieces/nephews are out of school and the inevitable (and often scary) question is asked: “What are we going to do today?”. We thought we would provide you with some ‘cool’ options. Some cool as in ‘pretty awesome’ and cool as in ‘sweat free’. Many of these are inexpensive or practically free as well!

 

 

Dollar Movies!!!

 

This summer on Tuesdays and Wednesday at 10am, Palmetto Grande in Mount Pleasant and Charles Towne Square in North Charleston are both offering movies for $1. Click here for a list of the scheduled movies. No catch–all ages cost only $1! Food and drinks are priced the same as always (maybe that’s a bit of a catch?!!).

 

 

Kids Bowl for Free-All Summer Long

 

By signing up here, kids can bowl two games a day (Monday-Friday) for free, all summer long. You do have to pay for shoes (around $2.99 to rent). Pinz (formerly Sparian) is offering this deal in Mount Pleasant, and Royal Lanes is offering in Goose Creek. Bowling is no longer limited to older, stronger kids! With bumpers always an option, and also a ‘ball spotter’ that acts like a slide for the bowling ball (for younger kids who don’t have the strength to roll the ball down the lane), bowling can truly be a family event! We’ve seen 2 year old having fun bowling!

 

 

Dad’s Morning Out at Blackbeard’s Cove

 

Where: 3255 N Hwy 17, Mt Pleasant, SC 29466

 

Dad’s are FREE and kids are only $5.00! Come and enjoy unlimited Go-Karts, Putt-Putt, Climbing Wall and Jump Land every Saturday morning from 9:00am – 11:00am! Complimentary Coffee and Donuts! Oh and if Moms (or whomever else) would like to enjoy this offer too, you’re more than welcome, come on in, Moms!

 

 

Charleston County Waterparks

 

Well worth the price of admission! Take a look here at the three waterpark options made available through the Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission. Whirlin’ Waters in North Charleston is great for the whole family as is Splash Zone located on James Island. Splash Island in Mount Pleasant is best for toddlers and preteens. Make a visit to each this summer-you won’t regret it!

 

 

Charleston Museum Family Fun Event: Dino-Mite

Where: Charleston 360 meeting street
When: June 20, 10-12
Who: family friendly
How: just show up
Cost: FREE for Museum members and FREE with admission ($10/adults, $5/children, under 3 free).

 

Explore dinosaurs and creatures of the Jurassic age and more with this special family event. Natural History Curator Matt Gibson will be on hand to answer questions about dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures. Children will get to paint their own dinosaur puzzle, create a dinosaur glider and excavate a dino egg. Explore specimens from our collection including Pelagornis Sandersi, the largest known flying bird.

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Around Town: North Charleston Arts Festival & Birds of Prey

Posted on April 23, 2015 by

In Around Town this month, we’re highlighting a place you might not even know exists, and an event that you may very well overlook. Both of these can be enjoyed by all, no matter your age, gender, or interests. Okay, maybe if you really, really dislike birds, one won’t be for you. Without further ado, we encourage you to make time to visit The Center for Birds of Prey….and don’t forget to put the North Charleston Arts Festival on your calendar!!

North Charleston Arts Festival

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Do we have any art lovers out there? Yes, the world renowned Spoleto Festival is right around the corner, but don’t overlook the North Charleston Arts Festival taking place May 1-9. Obviously, Spoleto can’t be topped, but affordability is an issue with the festival, and North Charleston has worked hard to provide a wide array of exhibits for completely free or very moderately priced.

 

What’s there to do? Holy cow, there’s just too much to list. And it’s all on their website, so why recreate the wheel? (But just to give you a taste: street dances, concerts, theatre presentations, film screenings, an art walk, children’s programs, workshops, demonstrations, and SO. MUCH. MORE.)

 

When and where does this all go down? May 1-9…the Main Event is held the first weekend at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center and the Charleston Area Convention Center. The Grande Finale is at North Charleston Riverfront Park and features performances by professional groups and Tri-county schools, children’s activities and fireworks over the Cooper River. Lots of stuff going on in between at a variety of venues, including libraries, community centers, schools, civic auditoriums, and parks.

 

How much is this going to cost me? That’s the great news—much of this is completely free and if it’s not, it’s affordable. Check out the website. All the details are there.

 

 

 

The Center for Birds of Prey

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The Center for Birds of Prey is one of Charleston’s hidden treasures. Maybe you’re unsure of why you should care about birds (we all should, and you’ll find out why!). Maybe you love birds and want to teach your children or grandchildren about them. Regardless, everyone should visit this facility at least once. The 152-acre Avian Conservation Center site is surrounded by the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and the Francis Marion National Forest. It is easily accessible from U.S. Highway 17 and located in Awendaw, SC–check it out!

 

What’s there to do? Take a tour, enjoy flight demonstrations, explore exhibit areas, visit the owl woods. Enjoy beauty and nature…

 

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Around Town: March 2015

Posted on March 12, 2015 by

Spring hasn’t exactly sprung, but it’s sure about to! As we roll into this amazing season, the activities around the Charleston area are amping up. We’re here to keep you ahead of the game so you don’t miss out. In this addition of Around Town, we’re highlighting events for all ages…. that being said, we recognize that “you’re only as old as you feel”! We highly encourage EVERYONE to jump on the jump castles, not just the kids. Just so long as you don’t end up back in our clinics as a result, go for it!

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny!

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Date/Time: 3/28, 9AM; reservations are required (call 766-8321)

 

Location: Citadel Mall

 

Activities: Eat a free breakfast courtesy of Chick Fil-A…with the one and only Easter Bunny!

For more information, click here

 

Charleston Honey and Bee Expo

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Date/Time: 3/29, 11-5

 

Location: Cinebarre, 963 Houston-Northcutt Blvd

 

Activities: Visit this family friendly event to learn more about bees and what you can do to help save them. Activities include meet your local beekeepers, observation hive with live bees, honey-tasting * free samples*, live music: The V-Tones, children’s corner, games, arts&crafts, learn about bees/beekeeping, buy local honey, guest speakers and presentations, mead-making – sample wine made from local honey, try honey cotton candy, win a new hive – raffle, “Ask a Master Gardener” booth, peruse free displays in theater lobby and outdoors, pet-friendly in outdoor exhibit area

For more information, click here

Lowcountry Cajun Festival

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Date/Time: March 29, 12-6

 

Location: James Island County Park

 

Activities: Bringing Louisiana to the Lowcountry, the Lowcountry Cajun Festival is a full-day of Zydeco music, Cajun and Creole foods, kids activities, and all around ragin’ Cajun fun! Savor the tastes of authentic Cajun and Creole fare – jambalaya, alligator, etouffe, andouille sausage and of course, crawfish, crawfish, crawfish! Also enjoy Lowcountry favorites like seafood and Southern barbecue. For those who prefer a tamer menu, we’ll serve up ample portions of festival foods like hot dogs, snow cones, funnel cakes and more.

For more information, click here

Charleston Antiques Show

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Date/Time: March 20 – March 22, 2015; Preview Party, March 19

 

Location: Memminger Auditorium, 56 Beaufain Street

 

Activities: Inspired by the rich historical, architectural and cultural heritage of Charleston, the annual Charleston Antiques Show is a premier destination for collectors and enthusiasts who enjoy seeing and learning about incorporating antiques into modern-day decor. Through the Show’s educational and entertaining special events, collectors have a unique opportunity to purchase and learn more about everything from exquisite furniture and fine art to rare maps, jewelry, posters, prints and quilts.

 

For more information, clickhere

Water Missions Walk For Water

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Date/Time: March 21, 9AM

 

Location: Brittlebank Park, 0 Lockwood Drive, Charleston SC

 

Activities: Water Missions International walks on behalf of those who walk miles every single day to collect unsafe drinking water. The goal of the 3.5 mile walk is to raise awareness and shed light on the global water crisis and to raise funds that support ongoing efforts to transform lives through safe water solutions. Thousands of people begin the walk with an empty bucket (provided) in Brittlebank Park, downtown Charleston. The walk weaves it’s way through Charleston all the way to Hampton Park. When participants reach Hampton Park, they fill their buckets with water and return to Brittlebank Park. This 3.5 mile walk gives participants a glimpse of what people do all over the world on a daily basis.

 

For more information, click here

 

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Around Town: Oysters and Theatre

Posted on January 22, 2015 by

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Haven’t made it to the Lowcountry Oyster Festival? Make this year your year! It’s THE Charleston not-to-miss event in January, and you haven’t missed it (unless you’re reading this post after January 25th, 2015, in which case you have). We won’t recreate the wheel and provide you with all the details when you can simply visit the Festival’s website but we will let you know a couple of things that maybe you didn’t about this event:

  1. It’s more than oysters. What? Yep–although oysters are obviously the pearl of this event (sorry, we’re awful), there are PLENTY of other restaurant vendors to buy from if you’re not into the oyster scene. And plenty of beer and wine. Enuf said.
  2. It’s kid friendly, and they’ll actually learn something! Check here for details on Pluff-a-Pallooza Children’s Area by GoodCleanFun. Yes, you read that right. Check it out!
  3. It may seem expensive, but proceeds from the festival go to some pretty amazing charities including: The Ronald McDonald House, Hospitality Heroes, Hollings Cancer Center, Shriners Hospitals for Children and Charleston County Schools Science Materials Resource Center

So what should you know?

Date, Time, Location: Sunday, January 25, 12-5, Boone Hall Farm

Price: Entry $17.50 in advance, $25 at the door; does not include oysters, drinks or other food; Oysters are $14 per bucket

So show up and have a blast!

 

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Need a fun(ny) and cheap date night? Take a chance on Theatre 99, you won’t regret it! The ticket prices at Theatre 99 cannot be beat.  They are best bang for your buck in town.  Tickets are just $5 on Wednesday nights, $10 on Friday nights and $10-$12.50 on Saturday nights. Shows are typically based on audience suggestion, so the language can be a bit salty and the kids should be left at home (it is a DATE NIGHT afterall!). Theatre 99 also offers sketch and stand up, cabaret, music, and other entertainment for people who want something a bit different. Check out their website for special events!

 

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Around Town: Free Festivities

Posted on November 20, 2014 by

We’re in the holiday season, and in spite of all the joy and cheer, the season can be a drain–on our bank accounts! Not only are many of us buying presents for kids and family (have to get crazy Aunt Louise something!), we’re also attending fun events around town, many of which come at a cost. With that in mind, we thought we would provide you with a list of events you won’t want to miss that will cost you no more than the gas to get there. Please, if you know of an event not listed, we invite you to share it with us!  This month, if you email us with a free event, your name will be entered into a drawing to win a $10 gift card from Starbucks. Simply email the event to betterfaster@imaginept.com, or write it in the comments section. Enjoy the season!!!!

 

Christmas Candlelight Service: The Citadel

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The South Carolina Corps of Cadets will present to the Charleston community the annual Christmas Candlelight Service at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday (December 5-7) in Summerall Chapel.

 

The combined cadet choir, accompanied by a cadet brass ensemble, will observe the events of Advent, the Annunciation, the Birth of the King, and Epiphany through Scripture lessons and carols. Traditional and international favorites will be sung, and special highlights will include the Procession of Lights.

 

The hour-long program is free and open to the public. Donations are accepted. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early to secure parking on campus and seating in the chapel. For more information, call (843) 953-5049.

 

Christmas Tree Lightings, Parades, and MORE!

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**Please click this link for a printable parking voucher to park FREE for 2 hours courtesy of the City of Charleston for any of events 1 through 4 listed below.

 

1) Downtown Charleston Tree Lighting: Saturday, December 6, 4:30-6

 

2) City of Charleston Holiday Parade: Sundays, December 7th, 2-4pm; begins at Colonial Lake, proceeds to Broad Street, down to King Street, concluding at Marion Square

 

3) Santa & Ms. Claus, live entertainment, decorations, fun activities: Friday, December 12 & 19th, Marion Square

 

4) Holiday Parade of Boats: Saturday, December 13th @ 5:30pm, waterfront of Charleston Harbor

 

5) Mount Pleasant Christmas Parade: Sunday, December 14, Coleman Boulevard; The tree lighting and fireworks display begins at approximately 5:30 pm at Moultrie Middle School, immediately followed by the parade beginning at around 5:45 pm; the parade starts at the intersection of Coleman Boulevard and Pelzer Drive, then continues past Shem Creek to conclude at the Sea Island Shopping Center around 7:15 pm.

 

6) Holiday Movie Under the Stars: On December 12, the Town of Mount Pleasant and Cinebarre are presenting an outdoor movie at the RL Jones Center (391 Egypt Road, Mount Pleasant); concessions are available beginning at 5:30 and the movie will show from 6:30 to 9:00; dress warmly!!!

 

7) North Charleston Christmas Parade and Festival: Join the fun on Saturday, December 6, from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm around Park Circle with the Christmas Parade beginning at 5:00 pm. The Christmas Festival includes a Holiday Market with children’s activities, craft and food vendors, and live musical performances on two stages. The Christmas Parade begins at the corner of Montague and Mixson Avenues, proceeds down Montague, around Park Circle, and concludes at Armory Park. The tree lighting will take place just prior to the parade.

 

 

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Around Town: October 2014

Posted on October 21, 2014 by


5th Annual Charleston Mac Off

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Finally a food event your kids or grandkids won’t mind attending–the 5th Annual Charleston Mac Off. In only it’s 4th year last year, 0ver 5,000 folks decided to attend, and each year the event gets a bit cheesier…..er, maybe not. It’s actually a very cool event, and this year Jared Blake from NBC’s The Voice will perform, along with local country rock band Adalya. Local chefs, caterers and restaurants will compete for bragging rights of the best mac and cheese in town.

Where: The Grove at Patriots Point, 40 Patriots Point Road

When: Saturday, October 25th from 2-7pm

Cost: Admission free for children 10 and under; $10 general admission; $1 tickets for 2 oz sample of macaroni and cheese, $1 drink tickets; $5 for parking (charged by Patriots Point)

Other Attractions: live music, food trucks and vendors (BBQ, ribs, wings, hot dogs to complement your mac and cheese), kids activities, bars offering various liquor and beer

Visit www.charlestonmacoff.com for more information

 

Special Night for Special Olympics: Denim ‘n Diamonds

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The Special Olympics is an organization near and dear to our hearts at Imagine Physical Therapy. If you’re not familiar with the Special Olympics, their mission is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the community.  

Please consider joining the Special Olympics on November 8th from 6:30-10:30 for a casually elegant event that will include hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, a live auction, silent auction and an arm’s length auction. The event will be held at the Daniel Island Club, and sponsorship opportunities are still available. Thanks so much for your generosity! To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit https://sosc.ejoinme.org/?tabid=536896 .

 

 

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Around Town: September ’14

Posted on September 16, 2014 by


2014 Hope for Healing Walk

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Will you consider joining us for the Dream Center Clinic’s (DCC) Hope for Healing Walk? Imagine Physical Therapy is a sponsor of the event coming up on October 4th from 8am-Noon. The walk is an easy 1.7 mile miles around Park Circle, and begins and ends at North Charleston High School. At the finish line, friends, family and walk participants will be treated to an after party which will include food, jump castles, games for kids, face painting and live music. This event is to raise financial support for the operations of the DCC. Without the Dream Center Clinic, patients would be utilizing the emergency rooms for their primary care costing hospitals an estimated 10 million dollars annually. More important than money, however, patients treated at the DCC are given hope they may be healed. If the DCC wasn’t available to assist these people, they most likely would receive no medical care. For more information on the DCC, please click here.   A bit more information on the walk. It’s free for all participants, however the DCC is asking that each walker help to raise money individually or as a team. There is no minimum amount to raise–every little bit counts! T-shirts will be given to the team or individuals who raise more than $200 per person. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 fundraisers. Please consider joining us as a participant for this great cause!  

Taste of Charleston at Boone Hall Plantation

Taste of CHarleston If you’ve never been to Taste of Charleston, make this the year. Mark Sunday, September 28th from 10 to 5 on your calendars. Live music, waiter wine races, a kids play area and best of all over 50 of your favorite Charleston restaurants to select food from. Entry to the event will cost you $17.50 in advance of $25 the day of the event. Children 10 and under are free. Please note the entry fee does not include the price of food and drink tickets. Taste of Charleston is a charity fundraising event so your money will be going to great causes such as the Ronald McDonald House and Hollings Cancer Center. This event has been named “Top 20 events in the Southeast” by the Southeastern Tourism Society for 20 consecutive years. 10,000 of your friends are planning on attending–plan to join them!   Imagine Physical Therapy has locations in Mount Pleasant, West Ashley and on Daniel Island. Our mission is to provide a physical therapy experience that is immeasurably better than could be asked or imagined.

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Around Town: July ’14

Posted on July 22, 2014 by

Summer is quickly coming to a close and we want to highlight a few of the special summer events around town you won’t want to miss. We also wanted to let you know about an opportunity to give back through the Seacoast Dreamcenter’s Annual Back to School Bash coming up on August 2nd. Thanks for reading!

Memorial Waterfront Park Splash Days

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Giant water inflatables fill Memorial Waterfront Park during Town of Mount Pleasant Splash Days. Local camps, residents and visitors are treated to a host of inflatable attractions including a 27-foot Tropical Plunge. A special area is set up for small children. All children must remain supervised by parents, guardians or camp counselors at all times. All activities, admission & parking are FREE! Food and beverage available for purchase.

  • July 30 – 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • August 13 – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

 

Movies in the Park with Cinebarre

Mount Pleasant residents and visitors bring blankets and lounge chairs, sit back to enjoy an incredible sunset, and then watch an outdoor movie on Cinebarre’s giant movie screen with the beautiful Ravenel Bridge and Charleston Harbor for a backdrop. Movies begin at sunset, around 9:00 p.m. Free admission & parking! Food and beverage available for purchase.

  • July 25 – Alice in Wonderland (2010)
  • August 22 – The Princess Bride (1987)

 

Back to School Bash

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The North Charleston Seacoast DreamCenter is gearing up for their annual Back to School Bash! This event, falling on the first Saturday in August, aims to provide school supplies, book bags, haircuts, food, fun and much more to help the families in the surrounding areas prepare and get excited for the school year. More than 500 book bags full of supplies are given away, and at Imagine Physical Therapy, we’re collecting supplies for this years event. Our locations are accepting donations of composition notebooks, packs of pens/pencils and notebook paper, as well as anything else you’d like to bring in. Your donations can also be dropped off at the North Charleston Dream Center or at Seacoast Church at the Long Point Campus. If you’re interested in volunteering or would like more information about the event, please contact the church at nchbacktoschool@seacoast.org.

We truly appreciate your helping us in our efforts to collect supplies!   Imagine Physical Therapy has locations in Mount Pleasant, Charleston / West Ashley and on Daniel Island. Our mission is to provide a physical therapy experience that is immeasurably better than could be asked or imagined.

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