The Semi-Annual Belk Charity Event was held on May 3rd, 2014. The Sale was a private, four-hour sale was dedicated to supporting local non-profit organizations. Participating charities sold $5 tickets to this event. Charles Towne Landing kept 100% of the proceeds from every ticket sold at
Thank you to the Charleston Trees Committee of the Charleston Horticultural Society for awarding Charles Towne Landing The Outstanding Tree Award for the Allee of Oaks. The Allee is located in front of the Legare Waring House.
It was three years ago in mid-May 2010 when my serious love affair with Charles Towne Landing began. I decided that walking regularly would be a key to my longevity. How much walking? 10,000 steps per day seems to be the magic number from those who
‘Twas another GREAT day in Charles Towne Landing this morning!
It is the Saturday before St. Patrick’s Day, and the Saturday before the first day of spring, and the Saturday for the Native American Plant Sale, and the Saturday for cannon firing, and the Saturday for Krispy
We are currently in need of shuttle driver and front desk volunteers. Volunteer duties for the available positions include; driving the shuttle bus, greeting visitors, providing site info, assisting in the gift shop, etc. Interested parties can contact the office at 843-852-4200, or come fill out
October’s bright blue weather has been wonderful for the past couple of weeks and especially after the temperature dropped a bit, and the cool early mornings became noticeable and instigated a search for a light jacket.
The birds visiting or living at Charles Towne Landing are making
My 10,000 steps in Charles Towne Landing this morning, as always, provided me with time to think, to meditate, to marvel at the beauty of this wet, low-country treasure and to move and to give my body all the advantages of brisk exercise.
The rain has moved
Movie Night at Charles Towne Landing on Friday August 17 at Founders Hall courtyard. The “Theater” opens at 8PM, and the movie, End of Summer/Back to School, will begin at approximately 8:45PM (Dusk).
Popcorn, drinks, and souvenirs will be available. The movie is free with park admission
Did you see the Post and Courier story about Memphis, our 450 pound black bear that was rescued from the backyard of a Lowcountry residence earlier this year? (http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20120813/PC16/120819665). Both of our black bears are rescues.
Rob Powell, Park Manager at Charles Towne Landing, said that Memphis
Thanks to all of you who participated in the 5K race of the 2012 Spring/Summer race series. It was a fun for all and a tremendous success for Charlestowne Landing. Watch for something fun to happen this fall!