Are you a local gamer? Or maybe you’re a parent or grandparent looking for new ways to connect with your kiddos? I stumbled upon a new place in Summerville that holds a little spark of magic, which is saying a lot for someone who has never been a gamer! Palmetto […]
It’s November and with the holidays quickly approaching and fall weather finally here, it’s time to get out and do some things around town. There is a lot to choose from and I’ve compiled a shortlist of some of the things going on in Summerville. Let me know if you […]
Summerville and Sweet Tea Many of you know that Summerville is the “Birthplace of Sweet Tea.” This is based on a list of items purchased in 1890 for a reunion of old soldiers near Summerville which included 600 pounds of sugar, and 880 gallons of iced tea. Although our history […]
Deep down in my soul, I’ve always been a little bit bohemian. You probably wouldn’t know it from looking at me, but it’s true. (That’s the realtor coming out in me – can’t show all my crazy hippie ways every day!) I love the creativity and expression of using clothes […]
If you haven’t been to Main Street Antiques, you’ve probably driven by and not realized it. It’s located at 200 North Main Street (no surprise there) next to the Family Dollar Store downtown. Their entrance is deceivingly small but once you walk in, the shop keeps going and going with over […]
New Local Bookstore in Town Summerville has long needed a local bookstore. The activity at Main Street Reads since opening March 1st highly confirms this. The owners, Sheri Stauch and her family, previously used the building as office space. With the downtown area evolving, she decided to turn the space […]
Everything Chic is a locally owned shop with everything from candles, antiques, jewelry, tea towels, and just really cute things. It’s a great place to find a unique gift for someone, or a “self-gift” as I heard Sophie refer to it.
The Summerville Farmers Market is always a social and fun time. Local residents will walk or drive their golf carts up to the parking lot behind the Summerville Town Hall every Saturday from April to December. While I confess there have been times I’ve just run up there for my […]