Sweet Tea Festival

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September 17th 2015 | Hutchinson Square | 5PM-8PM
Party with the locals in historic downtown Summerville, where you can sip and savor the local flavor.
Get here early for your Souvenir Sweet Tea Cups and Posters!

At this time we are looking for Antiques, collectables, and vintage item booth participants only

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After the Sweet Tea Festival on Thursday evening, spend the weekend celebrating Sweet Tea and Southern Hospitality with the following events:

Discover the History of Tea Trolley Tour. This 1 1/2 hour guided trolley tour will take you through our small southern town, where tea isn’t the only thing that’s sweet!

To book your tickets visit: http://visitsummerville.com/trolley-tours/ or call 843-654-5199

Experience storyteller Tim Lowry as he assumes the role of a Southern raconteur, 3:00 p.m. at the Timrod Library. Admission is $18 and includes light refreshments. Advance reservation is highly requested as seating is limited. To reserve seats, call the Timrod Library at 843.871.4600

sip and savor #DrinkTheVille happy hour tour with a historic stroll through historic downtown Summerville
Get a jump on the weekend with the #DrinkTheVille happy hour tour. Take a stroll through historic Summerville while stopping at our local establishments for signature wines, cocktails and brews.

For bar listings, visit http://visitsummerville.com/pubs-bars

Free Movies in the Park- Catch the new SpongeBob Movie at 7:45 p.m.  The playground at the park will be open as well.
Visit: http://tinyurl.com/qzcmesp for more information

Enjoy a free, self-guided Walking tour of our Historic Homes and Flowers.
To view a list of the homes and a map of the tour, visit http://tinyurl.com/obvh7sr


Summers Corner a division of Nexton sponsoring this third Thursday Swee TEa Fesival

Open House with an incredible neighborhood coming to Summerville. Take a sneak peek at http://www.summerscorner.com

Stroll the Summerville Farmer’s Market from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. http://visitsummerville.com/events/summerville-farmers-market/

Tour and Tea from 2-5 p.m. with People, Places, and Quilts—one of the top 10 fabric stores in the nation.
For more info, visit www.ppquilts.com

Flowertown Funky Firkin Fest at Homegrown Brewhouse
Flowertown’s Funky Firkin Fest at 108 E. Third N. Street, 1-5 p.m.
Tickets available at http://www.funkyfirkinfest.com

Timrod Library 3rd annual BBQ $25.00 limited to 100 people.  To reserve seats, call the Timrod Library at 843.871.4600.

Free bird walk through Sawmill Branch.
Visit http://visitsummerville.com/local-events for more info.

Free sculpture stroll (self-guided) in Azalea Park
Visit http://tinyurl.com/nhnmqfj to view a map of the tour

Get “tea-ed” off on the golf course. The Summerville Country Club features 36 holes with Bermuda greens as early as 1925. These were said to be some of the first grass-covered greens in the world. Legend has it that Dr. Shepard of the Pinehurst Tea Farm introduced Bermuda grass on the grounds of the tea farm which now host the Summerville Country Club.
For complete course listings, visit http://visitsummerville.com/golf/

Shop Historic local businesses for the unique treasures in the historic downtown district.
Click here for a detailed map http://tinyurl.com/otk37p5

Catch a performance of The Flowertown Underground’s comedy series, The Black Hat Trilogy.  A minimum $5 donation per person is requested.


Free Summerville Walking Trail of Historic Homes and Flowers.
For brochure, visit:
Walking Map PDF

Stop by the Summerville Visitor Center
402 North Main
Summerville, South Carolina
M-F 9-5 /Saturday 10-3/Sunday 1-4