“On July 20, 2020, the Diocese of Charleston will celebrate the 200th anniversary of its historic founding. Pope Pius VII canonically established the diocese on July 11, 1820. Thanks to the foresight of our first bishop, Most. Rev. John England, and his successors, a once scattered flock of only a handful of souls is now a community of believers over 200,000 strong…
…We look forward to celebrating the presence of the Catholic Church in South Carolina through deanery and parish events. We will give thanks to God for all that we have been given through our faith, prayer, and values. Bookmark this page for the Calendar of Events happening around the state.”Visit the Diocese Website!
“Charleston’s tourism marketing organization is rolling out a new online platform about African American history and culture in the region.
The new website, “Voices: Stories of Change,” is a complete overhaul of its predecessor, which had not been updated in about a decade, The Post and Courier reported.” AP News
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Halsey Institute Galleries
“The Halsey Institute is proud to host the 3rd annual Charleston Zine Fest!Website
Join us and the Charleston Zine Fest team for a fest full of vendors and workshops (both informative and interactive)! Those on the zine team want this to be as inclusive, educational, and impactful as possible, so keep an eye on their Facebook page for an exciting schedule of events.
As always, CZF is FREE and open to the public.
Please feel free to email email@example.com or call (803) 370.8798 with any questions or great ideas!” Website
“The incident happened after the dock collapsed at The Wreck restaurant along Haddrell Street, according to Mount Pleasant police and fire department officials.”ABCNews4.com
Thomas Plantation is located on a small 125 acre plot on John’s Island a short drive from Charleston. It is available for a measly $6.9 million. Could be yours!!!!
Check out this SouthernLiving.com article, ‘Warning: This Just-Listed Charleston Plantation Might Cause Swooning’, for a tour.
On your next visit to Charleston, consider letting the Middleton Place Equestrian Center give you a tour via horseback.
“With beautiful trails intertwining through age old trees, inspiring views of Middleton Place, and a guide to describe the history and stories we’ve seen over the years, a visit to Middleton Place Equestrian Center is guaranteed to please friends and family!https://www.middletonplaceequestriancenter.com
We offer guided trail rides, tours of the property, and equine boarding with the best of care.”
Doesn’t a guided historic trail horse ride sound fun?!?
Rides are offered daily at 10.00 a.m. 12.00 p.m. & 2.00 p.m.
ALSO offered, 5.00 p.m. rides on Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday.
Visit their website site for trail ride information and to book: www.middletonplaceequestriancenter.com
“Quick and easy doesn’t have to mean flavorless when it comes to lunch in Charleston. These destinations provide options, local ingredients, and fast service. Everything is made with care, allowing Charlestonians to not waste the midday meal — even if crunched for time. Skip the stale packed lunch this time and try one of these essential spots instead.”