Tag: party

Oct 30 2012

Girl’s Roadtrip! Savannah Pajama Party

By Carol Antman When Flannery O’Connor, Savannah’s gothic Southern writer and winner of the National Book Award, was six years old she taught a chicken to walk backwards and said, “That was the most exciting thing that ever happened to me. It’s all been downhill from there.” Obviously, she needed to get out more. To …

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Oct 09 2012

Getting to the Art of the Matter

Special to Island Eye News The Gibbes Museum of Art is pleased to announce the first ever Art on Paper Fair from November 2 through 4, 2012. The museum has partnered with Charleston Fine Art Dealers Association (CFADA) for the Fine Arts Weekend, an annual event that celebrates the visual arts in Charleston the first weekend …

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Sep 18 2012

Fashion for the Masses

Special to the Island Eye News Fashion Group International of Charleston presents the Design 2012 & Beyond event, a cocktail party, presentation and discussion forum at the historic William Aiken House on Thursday, September 27 from 6:00-9:30 p.m. Design 2012 & Beyond will bring together four of the most talented individuals in the fields of …

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Aug 27 2012

My Sister’s House Hosts Event to Help Women and Children Live Violence Free

My Sister’s House presents the 4th Annual Bubbly and Brew sponsored by Lucey Mortgage Corporation on Friday, September 28 from 7-11 p.m. at Harborside East in Mount Pleasant. Guests will dine on tasty food selections from Home Team BBQ, High Thyme Cuisine, Rue de Jean, Long Island Cafe, The Glass Onion, Cafe Medley, Kudzu Bakery …

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May 29 2012

Way to Play Ball

Provided Congratulations to the 2012 Isle of Palms Rec Center Youth Baseball Season Champions and Runners Up! This year, Charleston Party Booth coached by Jim Anderson took the silver while Hughey Law Firm coached by Rick Strickland brought home the gold. Way to go, teams!   

May 25 2012

Memorial Day on the Isle of Palms

By Bob Hooper More than 100 years ago, the Isle of Palms started as a summer party place in 1906 with a 50 room resort, which was followed in 1912 by the construction of a beach pavilion with a Ferris wheel. In 1953, the island was incorporated as the City of the Isle of Palms …

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May 07 2012

Share Our Suzy presents the 8th Annual Suzy McGrane Memorial Party

Provided In addition to classic shrimp boats, playful dolphins, and Lowcountry sunsets viewed from the Lighthouse on the Creek at Shem Creek, this favorite Memorial Weekend event on Saturday, May 26, will feature cocktails, a spread from Home Team BBQ, and live music from Five Way Friday and Gaslight Street. $35 advance tickets are available …

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May 03 2012

Sullivan’s Island Resident Runs Against Tim Scott

Provided Keith Blandford has been nominated as a Congressional candidate for United States District One in South Carolina. Blandford received the nomination from the Libertarian party unanimously on April 21, 2012 in Columbia. This is Blandford’s second campaign for the seat, which will defended by Republican incumbent Tim Scott. “We are very excited about the …

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Sep 29 2010

Café Medley accomplishes a “latte” in two years

By Kristin Hackler Café Medley owners Michelle and Andrew Harris are thrilled to be celebrating their second anniversary on Sullivan’s Island. Taking up residence in a shop location notorious for business turnover, this little café has proven itself not only as a great place for a cup of joe in the morning and a glass …

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Feb 04 2010

Bridging the Island celebration: Sunday, February 7, 2010

Provided by Creative Spark During the week that the Ben Sawyer Bridge is closed, residents of Sullivan’s Island will find plenty to do without leaving the island. Every night during the bridge closing, residents can choose a local restaurant and take advantage of special “Bridge Closing” prices. The Ben Sawyer Bridge is expected to close …

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