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Apr 12 2012

Closing with a Resurrection

Provided by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra On Saturday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m., the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will present a Masterworks Series concert with more than two hundred performers onstage at the Gaillard Auditorium. Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection,” known for its large presence and grand sound, will mark the end of the …

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Apr 12 2012

Polish those Whiskers!: The 9th Annual Bobcat Ball is Right Around the Corner

Provided The Kiawah Conservancy welcomes spring with celebrations of the natural world. From the ninth annual Bobcat Ball to Conservation Matters, the Conservancy invites you to join the fun. The Conservancy is pleased to announce the ninth annual Bobcat Ball on April 26, beginning at 6 p.m. at Beachwalker County Park, Kiawah Island. The event’s …

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Apr 12 2012

Rosebank is open!

Provided Spring is officially here and with it, the Rosebank Farms produce stand. Officially reopened on Thursday, April 5, Rosebank Farms is once again offering all the produce it can grow, from asparagus to zucchini, and all available for sale under the big white tent just before the Freshfields traffic circle. Along with produce, Rosebank …

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Apr 11 2012

Get Your Green On!: Charleston County Hosts 2012 Earth Day Festival at Riverfront Park in North Charleston

Provided Charleston County’s Environmental Management Department will host the 2012 Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 14, from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. The new location for this year’s festival is Riverfront Park on the former Naval Base in North Charleston. The County’s 13th Annual Earth Day Festival is a celebration of Charleston County’s environmental …

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Apr 11 2012

Food Fight!: Charleston area schools challenged to create healthy and nutritious lunch meals

By Kristin Hackler “Kids, teachers, parents and staff: you are officially being challenged to put on your chef hat and help create a healthier future for your community!” In early January, this challenge went out to all 80 schools in the Charleston County School District (CCSD) that are enrolled in the USDA National School Lunch …

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Apr 11 2012

Waste Not, Compost More

By Kristin Hackler Commercial composting in Charleston just got a lot easier with the launch of the new compost collection company Food Waste Disposal (FWD). The result of hundreds of hours of research and with the help of family and friends, former Sanctuary Director of Engineering Wayne Koeckeritz made his very first collection run in …

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Apr 11 2012

Charleston Symphony Orchestra Offers Free Multimedia Presentation About Gustav Mahler and his Second Symphony

Provided The Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will present a free, public event on Wednesday, April 18, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. at the Main Branch of the Charleston County Library, located at 68 Calhoun St., in downtown Charleston, SC. The event, titled Go Beyond the Music with Yuriy Bekker, will feature a multimedia presentation and musical …

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Apr 10 2012

Early Charlestonian Cookbook Invaluable For Sustainable Cooking

Provided In a time when it was frowned upon for a woman’s name to appear in print more than three times in her life – the announcement of her birth, marriage, and death – Ms. Sarah Rutledge, daughter of Edward Rutledge, compiled a book of common and European-inspired recipes that became an instant hit among …

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Apr 10 2012

Three E-Books Published By Kiawah Author James Wills

By Kristin Hackler What do mid-19th century China, a crime-solving southern lawyer, and a commentary on today’s American governance have in common? They are each a topic in three recently published eBooks by author James Wills. A Kiawah Island resident since the early 1990s, Wills has pursued a lifelong interest in writing after retiring from …

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Apr 10 2012

Meet an Island Author with National Appeal

Provided On Monday, April 23, join the Kiawah Reads group at the Sandcastle for a luncheon and discussion with nationally renowned author and Seabrook Island resident, Mary Glickman. Born Mary Kowalski on the south shore of Boston, Massachusetts, Mary Glickman grew up the fourth of seven children in a traditional Irish-Polish Catholic family. Her father …

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