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7th Annual Bo Roast & Chili Cook-Off

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2017 by Lowcountry Boil

15781222_10154528121802928_4094553394987925712_nJoin Camp Happy Days and the James Island Vikings on Saturday, January 28th from 12pm to 6pm for the 7th Annual Bo Roast & Chili Cook-Off at the Smoky Oak Taproom on James Island. The event will include an Oyster Roast, Chili Cook-Off and Live Music featuring Hunter Ford, Mark Jackson, Eddie Bush and The Shakin’ Martinis. Award plaques will be given to best Individual/Team, Best Restaurant and People’s Choice.  All proceeds will directly benefit Camp Happy Days.

Current sponsors include Blue’s Burgers, Snagajob, Garage 75, AC Heating & Air, Charleston Fram & Wheel, Cynthia & Brian Jenkins, Life Trax, Life Cool, Butler & College, Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit, Atlantic Inc Termite Pest, iMortgage, SC Property Pros, YachtSalvage.com, Swich L, Headwater Research Inc, Lawhorns Machine Shop, Local 616, CLI Accounting Services, Man vs Magnet, Jack O’ Cups, Seanachai, Keepsakes Florist, Lowcountry Diesel, Callie’s Charleston Biscuits, Tin Roof and New Age Contractors.

1077219_10152173722127928_2961210151206009511_oCamp Happy Days is a local non-profit that provides year long services to South Carolina children battling cancer and their families by offering cost free programs and activities. Since 1982, over 1,500 children with cancer and their families have benefitted from the cost-free, year-round programs. From age-specific on-going programs, family counseling and financial assistance, “dream dates,” hospital visits, holiday giving and more, these offerings help relieve worries and strengthen family bonds. Developed with guidance from the medical community, these programs help improve the emotional, physical and psychological health of children and families affected by pediatric cancer. At Camp Happy Days, kids discover the power within them – as they share life-changing experiences with kids just like themselves who are battling cancer.

For more information about the eventor Camp Happy Days, visit www.camphappydays.org.

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Skinful Halloween 2012

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 24, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

WRITTEN BY MEGAN WALDREP

A Hipster Witch, The Bee Girl and Elwood Blues walk into the woods. Yes, this is the beginning to the best joke you’ve never heard and also a reminder that it’s time to celebrate Skinful Halloween 2012! Each year gets more and more spectacularly fascinating. Just when you think it can’t get any wilder, you turn the corner and find a fire breathing dragon in your path.  Literally. A “Disney World for adults” as noted from the puppet-master, founder and animal whisperer Dr. Brian King, the madness will commence once again at the Brick House Kitchen and the surrounding properties on Folly Road. Costumes are encouraged and required.

Eight stages with over 20 music acts, circus performers, burlesque pole dancing troupe, massive video walls, light shows and more will be present to wow and amaze you and all your costumed brethren. Music by DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill, Chali2na & Cut Chemist from Jurassic 5, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk and The Dubplates featuring Future Fambo and Zumjay, DJ Logic, ShoNuff, The Royal Tinfoil, Cousin Dan, Holy City Holligans and many other acts will perform throughout the wooded fairyland of madness.

Going on it’s twelfth year, Skinful Halloween will benefit non-profit organizations Keepers of The Wild wildlife rescue to protect abused and neglected captured wildlife and The Tanzania Education Foundation which provides education, nutrition and health programs for a day school in Tanzania.

Shuttles will be running from 6:30 p.m. till 4:30 a.m. to and from Lowes, Gold’s Gym and the Chi Chi’s parking lots, all located on James Island.  Other shuttle locations include Juanita Greenbergs in Mt. Pleasant, Loggerheads on Folly Beach and Fuel in downtown Charleston. Check with your favorite bar and restaurants for shuttle information, as many other locations will help with safe travel to the event. You don’t have to be on your best behavior so let your freak flag fly, but extra security and police will be on hand to ensure your safety to, from and within the event.

No coolers allowed this year, so take advantage of the super VIP tickets starting at $2,000. Super VIP will get you a private cabana, bottle service for up to 10 people, a 20-by-20 tent, personal server and lounge furniture for a freaky tailgate for you and your friends.

Sure to be a night you will never forget. Trick or treat.

WHEN:  Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 6:30 p.m. – 4:30 a.m 

WHERE:
Brick House Kitchen
1575 Folly Road
James Island, SC 29412

TICKETS:  Advance: GA $50 or VIP $100. At door:  $60 GA or $120 VIP available. Purchase your tickets here or at Las Olas Downtown, Brick House Kitchen or Juanita Greenberg’s in Mt. Pleasant.

Tishamingo, The Sundogs and Friends

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 10, 2010 by Lowcountry Boil

Charleston Delivers

Posted in 1 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 30, 2010 by Lowcountry Boil


Charleston Delivers offers a premier, do-it-all delivery service, providing timely and convenient delivery from Charleston’s favorite restaurants, laundromats, specialty grocery stores and other local businesses. They now deliver to the Charleston Peninsula, Mount Pleasant, James Island, West Ashley, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Park West, Daniel Island, and Wild Dunes. Customers can take the hassle out of errands and avoid the inconveniences of metropolitan living. No more parking tickets or downtown traffic. If you can order it, Charleston Delivers can bring it! Call 843-724-5000.

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