Charleston, South Carolina, will host tons of festivals this spring, so there’s something to do every weekend, whether you’re single and want to have fun with your friends or you’re looking for a family-friendly activity. Don’t miss these spring festivals in Charleston.
Catch the High Water Festival on April 13 and 14, where you can eat, drink, and listen to live music on the North Charleston Riverfront. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy and support local musical artists at the Charleston Songwriters Festival, which runs April 18-20.
The North Charleston Arts Fest is one of the biggest events of the year, taking place over five days from May 1-5. The event showcases over 100 artists specializing in dance, theater, photography, literature, and visual arts.
The next weekend, on May 10-12, is the 49th Annual Charleston Greek Festival, the oldest festival in Charleston. This event will take place at the Greek Orthodox Church of Holy Trinity Park and celebrates the traditions, food, music, and art of Greek culture.
We at Mama’s Used Cars hope you enjoy these incredible
The holidays are just around the corner, and here at Mama’s Used Cars we can’t wait for the Holiday Magic in Historic Charleston event. There are a number of family-friendly activities during this annual holiday event. Capturing the spirit of the season, the Holiday Magic in Historic Charleston is truly great for everyone.
According to the event website, the Holiday Magic in Historic Charleston event is held throughout the month of December. It’s located in Marion Square, which is at the corner of King, Calhoun, and Meeting Streets. This is also the location of the city’s holiday tree, and there is a special stage for entertainment. Great for both kids and adults, this is one event you should be sure to visit.
Included at the square is a 60-foot holiday tree with magnificent lighting. There’s a Chanukah menorah, and Kwanzaa kinara as well. And, according to the event website, “each of these cultural symbols will be lighted at the appropriate times during the holiday season.”
You’ll find a number of things to do at the Holiday Magic in Historic Charleston. On Saturday and Sunday nights you can find fresh baked goods, arts and crafts, and other holiday gift items. There will also be bands, floats, parades, and more. Plan your visit today.
Spring is just around the corner which means strawberries will soon be in bloom. That means it’s almost time for the Lowcountry Strawberry Festival in Mt. Pleasant near Charleston! The festival brings the community together and attracts visitors from around the state for a time of fun-filled, strawberry-themed event. There will be three different areas for attractions so be sure to stop by them all!
The Family Attractions area will feature plenty of fun-filled shows suitable for children and adults alike. The K-9’s In Flight will return to the festival for another year, acrobatic stunts in tow. Giant inflatables, the Velcro Wall, All American Petting Zoo, and more will fill out the area, ensuring kids have a great time!
Amusements of America will present the second area of Festival Rides for another year as well. The area will feature all kinds of rides suitable for kids of all ages. From thrilling to kiddie, there’s a ride for everyone. Best of all, the rides will run throughout the event, day and night.
Finally, the U-Pick fields will make up the third area. Tractor rides will be available for attendees who want to pick their own strawberries. Prices are by the pound.
Taking place April 20th through the 23rd, the Lowcountry Strawberry Festival is one spring event you won’t want to miss!
We here at Mama’s Used Cars hope to see you at the Lowcountry Strawberry Festival this April!
No matter what your heritage is, everyone can have lots of fun on St. Patrick’s Day. We’re all familiar with the traditions of wearing green, eating Irish food, and drinking as much beer as possible. But if you’re looking for some extra fun on St. Patrick’s Day in Charleston, you are in luck!
Every year in North Charleston there is a St. Patrick’s Day block party and parade. This year, the event will be held on Saturday, March 14th from noon until 7pm. The fun includes three stages of live music, vendors, bouncy castles for the kids, a mechanical bull, Irish food, and beer (naturally).
This year, Charleston will be holding a special event to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with man’s best friend, the St. Paddy’s Pawlooza. On Saturday, March 14th, head to North Charleston Wannamaker County Park with your dog from noon until 4 PM. There will be live music, beer, and food trucks. Be sure to dress both you and your furry friend in your finest green attire. Admission is $5 per person and all dogs must remain on a leash when not inside the off-leash dog park.
And if you didn’t have enough fun on Saturday, right here in Charleston there will be a St. Patrick’s Day parade on March 17th. The festivities for this day start with a Mass at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church at 8am. Then the parade will begin at 10am outside of the church, head down King Street, and end at City Hall with the raising of the Irish flag at approximately 11:30am.
How will you be celebrating this St. Patrick’s Day?
Check out these local fall fun events in Charleston!
From football games to pumpkin carving and haunted attractions, there are plenty of events for loads of fall fun.
It’s that time of year again; the time when the leaves are changing, the kids are knee-deep in homework, and you just can’t wait to while away your weekends watching the game with friends and family. With fall comes a number of events and occasions for everyone to enjoy, and here at Mama’s Used Cars, we’d like to take a moment to point you in the right direction for some ideal fall fun! Continue reading →
NHTSA highlights safety benefits of proper use of car seats during National Child Passenger Safety Week
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is focusing on the safety benefits of using the correct car seat, booster seat, and seat belt during this year’s Child Passenger Safety Week. Mama’s Used Cars is happy to share the important information with parents.