New McClellanville Bumper Stickers

I have just received a new shipment of McClellanville bumper stickers.  I had a little fun with the design and added a picture of McClellanville’s unofficial mascot; the mosquito. These bumper stickers are completely free and available at our office at 824 Pinckney Street in Downtown McClellanville.

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, […]

Happy Halloween

Wishing Everyone a Safe and Happy Halloween from MCVL Realty

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 […]

"The New Daughter" Finally Released

More than two years after the filming of The New Daughter in McClellanville it has finally been released on DVD after witnessing brief and very limited theater screenings.  I got a copy over the weekend and while I’m not going to become a movie critic here, I will tell you that I enjoyed it.  Having […]

McClellanville Transformed into a Winter Wonderland…for a Brief Moment

As we walked out of T.W. Graham’s restaurant Friday night the snow had just began to fall in McClellanville.  By 9pm the power had gone out and the snow had started to accumulate.  We passed the time reading books by candlelight and awoke to a cold house (still no power) and a blanket of snow […]

McClellanville Rallies Behind Idea of New Environmental Charter School for the Area

Last night, an impromptu group of more than 50 people crowded into McClellanville’s Town Hall to hear more details on what it would take to create a new charter school in the area. McClellanville and Awendaw, at the northern tip of Charleston County, make up public school district 1, being a rural area with lower student […]

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, […]

The Election that Never Was and an Important One You Can't Control

This is a reminder NOT to go out and vote this November 3rd if you live in McClellanville. No I’m not encourage you to avoid your civil duties, just trying to save you some time. You see no one is opposing our current mayor or four council member and there are no referendums to be […]

McClellanville: 20 Years after Hurricane Hugo

It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Hurricane Hugo muddied McClellanville’s timeline. The town has made an amazing comeback and it’s finally to the point that you don’t hear that four-letter word in everyday communication now.  I certainly couldn’t say that 10 years ago.  Time was still measured in terms of “before Hugo” […]