Woodlands Inn announces July 4 Festival Details

Partnership with non-profit groups to complement other Summerville patriotic events
 
 
When: Sunday, July 4, 4-8:30 pm
  Where: Woodlands Inn Grounds
 Cost: $8 adults ($10 at door); $3 children ages 4-12 ($5 at door)
 
 
Summerville, SC –Woodlands Inn has announced details of the first July 4 Festival held on its 42-acre grounds, just two miles from the center of town.  
 
The arts-based event is being held in conjunction with Summerville DREAM (Downtown Restoration Enhancement and Management) and the Summerville Community Orchestra. It was created to complement the town’s weekend of festivities, and begins at 4 p.m. on July 4 and ends in time for guests to attend the Town’s fireworks display.
 
Attendees can enjoy a South Carolina BBQ Buffet by Quelogy and other food stations with true American favorites, domestic beer and other beverages, retail booths, art display and presentations. Guests can enjoy the picnic-style atmosphere while relaxing on the Inn’s croquet lawn. There will also be a variety of art-focused children’s activities, local music and a closing performance by the Summerville Community Orchestra at 6:30 p.m.
 
There is limited parking available on grounds, and additional parking provided in the Summerville Baptist Church Parking Lot. Complimentary will be shuttles provided.
 
Advance tickets are $8 for adults ($10 at the door) and $3 for children ($5 at the door) between 4-12 years of age. Those under three will be admitted free of charge. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Summerville DREAM and the Summerville Community Orchestra. Tickets can be obtained by calling 843-875-2600. Visit www.woodlandsinn.com for more information and details.
 
The 18-room Woodlands Inn is a restored 1906 mansion set on 42 acres. It was purchased by Sheila C. Johnson in 2006, and is currently managed by her Salamander Hospitality company. Woodlands is one of only six properties in the United States to hold the AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five Star ratings for both lodging and dining. It has also been recognized by readers of Travel + Leisure as providing the finest service in the country.
 

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