McClellanville Wisteria Parade

This Saturday, April 2nd at 10:30 am is the McClellanville Wisteria Parade.  This is truly a site to behold if you’ve never attended; golf carts, strollers, floats, hats, horses, bicycles, pets, and little red wagons all loaded to the brim with flowing wisteria blossoms.  The event starts at the Presbyterian Church and continues on Pinckney […]

McClellanville Holiday Art Walk

Friday, December 3rd  (tonight) from 5-8 p.m. and Saturday, December 4th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the business district of Pinckney Street in “downtown” McClellanville will be transformed into a shopper’s paradise as local businesses, artists, and craftsmen showcase their works in the 3rd Annual Village Holiday Art Walk.   There will be live music, […]

Fall Events in McClellanville

Plenty to do on the events calendar over the next couple of weeks in McClellanville as we enter into fall and the chill in the air hopefully fights off the mosquitoes.  I’m also particularly proud because I built all of the websites mentioned in this article. October 26th at 7pm – Candidate Forum October 30th […]

34th Lowcountry Shrimp Festival in McClellanville

It is my honor to announce of 34th Lowcountry Shrimp Festival and Blessing of the Fleet on Saturday, May 1st, 2010 at the McClellanville Boat Landing.   This is the fourth time I’ve had the pleasure to write about the event and like always there is something for everyone; Great Seafood (Duh!), Kabobs, Cold Beverages (for […]

Village Holiday Art Walk 2009

Looking for the 2010 McClellanville Holiday Art Walk? Quick Post here: Village Artists and Craftsmen Group would like to welcome you to the Village Holiday Art Walk Friday, December 4 (Tonight) from  5 p.m. -8 pm Saturday, December 5 from 10 a.m. – 5 pm Enjoy holiday shopping, dining and visiting artist’s studios along Pinckney […]

November means Oysters in McClellanville

Looking for 2010 Village Museum Oyster Roast? I’ll go ahead and say it.  I don’t like seafood.  Yes, I grew up in McClellanville, “the seafood capital of the world”, but the taste of  crabs, clams, shrimp, fish, and oysters has never really been that appealing to me.  I try not to open with this point, […]

2009 Hurricane Season Begins…and I need your help

Hurricane season is once again upon us and this year will mark the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Hugo which devastated McClellanville on September 21st (and well into the 22nd) of 1989.  Amazingly there was no loss of life within the town, but the path of destruction was the worst left by a hurricane at it’s […]

McClellanville Mother’s Day Wrap-up

My Mother’s day in McClellanville was spent watching my little one to give mom a well deserved break.  We wrapped up the day by going to the Town Hall to the “Mothers Who Love Puppies Benefit Concert” to benefit Helping Hand Animal Rescue & Rehab Therapy to hear Kathy Livingston (the one from Nature Adventures […]

Strawberry Picking at Patriots Farms

Patriots Farms 10970 A N. Hwy 17 843-887-4010 Pre-picked Bucket: $10 U-pick Bucket: $7.50 A few miles north of McClellanville on Highway 17  you’ll find Patriots Farms, or as it is more commonly known, “the strawberry farm”.  The strawberries have just ripened and will only be in season for another month or so, so be […]

33rd Lowcountry Shrimp Festival

This will be the third year I’ve covered the Lowcountry Shrimp Festival on my blog, so it’s starting to become old hat.  This year my wife’s parents came down to enjoy the festivities though, so I’ve included a small portion of the picture that my mother-in-law took while enjoying the festival and the blessing of […]

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