Grab some friends and join us as we DRINK BEER AND RUN 1 MILE!
Crazy? Maybe… Fun? Probably…. For a good cause? Most definitely!
DECEMBER 15, 2018, 11:30AM-2PM, COMMONHOUSE ALEWORKS
Proceeds will go towards I GOT LEGS’ ReEnabled Racing Circuit and I NEED LEGS programs. Both programs are designed to give people with disabilities a platform to raise awareness and the necessary funds for their specific individual needs.
This is hands down Charleston’s most popular holiday event, and this year marks the 29th year of the Holiday Festival of Lights at James Island County Park. The event opens nightly at 5:30pm and will run through January 1.
While most known for its three-mile driving tour, there is actually much more to see and do! Some of the other celebrated attractions and activities include:
· Marshmallow Roasting
· Festival Train Rides
· Old-Fashioned Carousel
· Portable Climbing Wall
· Santa’s Sweet Shoppe
· Concessions including hamburgers, kettle corn, hot chocolate and more
· Four Gift Shops, featuring the children’s toy emporium Prancer’s Presents
· Daytime photo opportunities to “Mingle with Kringle” (register in advance)
This event is great for the entire family! For more information, click here.
The 37th Annual Holiday Parade of Boats will be held in Charleston Harbor on Saturday, December 8, 2018. Organized by the City of Charleston in partnership with the Charleston Sail and Power Squadron, this is a fun family friendly event. Thousands of spectators view the parade along the route from Mt. Pleasant to Charleston.
The parade begins at approximately 4:30pm near the Mt. Pleasant side and ends in the Ashley River, after processing down the Charleston side of the Cooper River, at approximately 6:30pm.
The Rotary Club of Charleston puts on a festive Light Up The Night parade viewing party at the Charleston Maritime Center. For more information, visit here.
The 23rd Annual Mt. Pleasant Christmas Parade is Sunday, December 9 at 5:30pm.
This is such a fun, festive night for our community. Incredibly decorated floats and community groups will march up West Coleman Boulevard as the Mount Pleasant Christmas Light Parade entertains residents and visitors of all ages. The festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. with the start of the parade at Mill St. traveling south and ending at the intersection of W. Coleman Blvd. and Patriots Point Rd.
This year marks the 28th annual Reindeer Run. The 2018 Reindeer Run starts at 9:00am on Saturday, December 8th near the corner of East Bay and Queen Street.
Presented by Half-Moon Outfitters, the Reindeer Run is a family-oriented, pet-friendly 5k run/walk through the lower peninsula of downtown Charleston, SC.
Proceeds from the Reindeer Run are split between the campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and the Charitable Society of Charleston. 80% of the funds go to MUSC and 20% go to the Charitable Society of Charleston’s endowment. This endowment provides grants and donations to local non-profit organizations which benefit both children and elderly residents of the Lowcountry.
Such a fun part of this Run is the costume contest! For more information on the Reindeer Run, check out their site here.
I am thankful to be part of this lovely community, and wishing a warm welcome to the new family who will live in this awesome home! If I can help you buy or sell, let me know what you need, I am happy to help!
517 Royall Avenue closed on November 9 for $925,000.
Happy Fall! So happy to close 813 Pitt Street! The sellers were a dream to work with and I am so grateful to have met them and to be a part of this time in their lives. Happy sellers, indeed. Oh, and happy buyers too!
A kind note from the sellers: “Our experience with Jackie Kelly and the Cassina Group could not have been better. Our home was an older home in a market that was filled with competition from new homes and fresh renovations. Jackie sensed the love we had for our home and knew that we wanted another family to have the experience we did in raising our children there. She represented the home as if it were hers. Through a lot of ups and downs, she guided us to the unique buyer we hoped we’d find. She was always available and extremely prompt with everything and anything we needed. She is a professional and full-time realtor who knows what she is doing. We highly recommend her to anyone needing a realtor. We loved our experience with her, her assistant, Melissa, and the entire Cassina Group.
Tom & Janet Utsey
813 Pitt Street closed on October 29 for $1,258,250.
If I can help you sell your home, please contact me today. I have been selling in the neighborhood for years, and happy to provide you with a clear, concise plan to get your home closed! Jackie@TheCassinaGroup.com