First, I want to take this moment to thank all of my clients from 2013 whom I enjoyed working with. Due to your confidence and trust in me, I was able to earn Top Realtors awards both in the Charleston SC area and in the world with Coldwell Banker. This is a huge accomplishment in my Realtor career and my gratitude is immense.


What is your New Year’s Resolution?

Is it time to look hard at your future and think about living somewhere that gives you the quality of life, as well as the weather and entertainment to enjoy life? If the answer is yes than” come on down” to Charleston and check us out. January is prime time for an oyster roast and a walk along the ocean!


Acoustic Sunset Oyster Roast Series at TheWreckfish

Starting Friday November 22nd, The Wreckfish will be hosting the weekly Acoustic Sunset Oyster Roast Series from 5pm-8pm every Friday come and enjoy $12 Oyster Roast and Great Drink Specials.

7690 Northwoods Boulevard, North Charleston SC 29406, 843.580.4040


Oysters on the Point

Enjoy an afternoon of oysters and live music on the water at "Oysters on the Point". Enjoy an afternoon of oysters and live music on the water at "Oysters on the Point" from 2 - 6 pm. This event features live music by The Bushels, $9 buckets of oysters, and a build your own Bloody Mary bar. College Football will be playing on the big screen, and the Parade of Boats will immediately follow the oyster roast.

$5 admission, kids 12 and under are free. Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina 20 Patriots Point Blvd.


Inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl Game and EventWeek

January 5 – 11, 2014. The Medal of Honor Bowl is a post-season collegiate all-star game, showcasing the nation’s top NFL draft-eligible football players. A first year event, it will take place at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium on January 11, 2014. Over 90 players and many NFL personnel arrive on January 5th for a full week of events culminating with a Saturday afternoon kick-off at 2pm.

Johnson Hagood Stadium 68 Hagood Avenue Charleston, South Carolina 29403


Charleston Mardi Gras

Charleston Mardi Gras 2014 (Jan. 31-Feb.9) includes an Art Exhibit, Masquerade Ball and Cajun Food Festival. Organized by the Krewe of Charleston, the celebration brings the culture and excitement of Mardi Gras to the Holy City to benefit local businesses, residents and our chosen charities.


The North Charleston and American LaFrance Fire Museum & Educational Center

The Fire Museum, located adjacent to Tanger Outlet Mall, is home to the largest collection of fully restored American LaFrance fire trucks in the country, antique fire equipment, and is a wonderful museum for the firefighter in all of us.

Charleston Marathon

On January 18, Charleston will host its 4th Annual Charleston Marathon starting at 8 am. The Charleston marathon is scenic 26.2-mile run that will showcase the beauty and the history of the Lowcountry, starting in downtown Charleston and ending in North Charleston. Music and performance groups from local schools and community will dot the course to keep you moving!

Burke Middle High School 244 President St., Charleston, SC


Magnolia Plantation & Its Gardens

Open 365 days a year 8am-5:30pm; call for Nov.-Feb. hours. This 17th century estate, acquired in 1676 by the Drayton family, features America’s oldest gardens (c.1680), which bloom year-round. Pre-Revolutionary War plantation house, Biblical garden, antebellum cabin, nature train/boat. Leashed pets welcome. $15, guided tours (House tour, train tour and Boat tour additional.)











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