CHARLESTON EVENTS & SPECIAL PACKAGES
March 19 - April 19. 68th Festival of Houses & Gardens. The Historic Charleston Foundation hosts daily tours of distinctive and diverse private homes and gardens, some dating to the 18th century. $50. For tickets, call 843-722-3405 or go online to www.HistoricCharleston.Org
March 26. John Mellencamp. Roots Rocker performs at the Charleston Performing Arts Center. 7:30pm
April 4. Hat Lady Parade. Elegantly dressed ladies, gents, and children will gather for photo ops at Marion Square between 11:00- 12:00, then Promenade down historic Meeting, King, and Market Streets until 12:30, wishing everyone a "Happy Easter!" Don your best hat and join the fun!
April 3 - 26. Catch Me If You Can. The musical version of the Tom Hanks/Leonardo DiCaprio movie is based on the true story of Charleston's own Frank W. Abagnale, Jr., who, as a teenager, impersonated a pilot, a doctor, a lawyer and more. On the run from the FBI, Abagnale is chased by dancing stewardesses, adoring nurses and FBI agents. Dock Street Theatre. $45-$58. www.CharlestonStage.com 843-577-7183
April 7. Russian National Ballet Theatre's Cinderella. The Charleston Concert Association welcomes the return of the Russian National Ballet with Cinderella. Noted for the beautiful Prokofiev score, Cinderella is the classic fairy tale for all ages, told through a grand, stunning production by this elite ballet company. North Charleston Performing Arts Center, 7:30.
April 10. 15th Annual Kiawah Art & House Tour. Sponsored by Arts, etc., offers visitors a rare glimpse into the art and architecture of several private homes on the Kiawah Island. This year five spectacular homes in the gated community will be open for public viewing, each with their own unique style. The tour takes place on Friday, April 10th from 1 to 5pm.
April 10. Paula Robinson "American Treasure". World renowned flutist, Paula Robison and pianist, Irina Pevzner will pay a recital entitled "American Treasures" at 7:00 PM in the Simons Recital Hall the College of Charleston.
April 11. Mancini Magic: POPS! The POPS! and guest vocalists perform the original arrangements of Henry Mancini’s greatest hits, including Moon River, Charade, The Days of Wine and Roses, Dear Heart, Peter Gunn and The Pink Panther! Our new POPS! Singers will join us for a memorable evening of movie song hits that continue to touch hearts and inspire through generations.
April 15. Canterbury Cathedral Choir in Concert. The world-renowned Canterbury Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys will present a concert at St. Philip’s Church, Charleston, on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, at 7:30pm.
Divine Romance Package
Champagne - A chilled bottle of French Rose sparkling wine presented in a silver ice bucket accompanied by two keepsake long stem champagne flutes with the Inn’s signature logo Roses- In a glass vase, a creative arrangement of a dozen red roses, the traditional symbol of love and romance
Red Roses - In a glass vase, a creative arrangement of six red roses, the traditional symbol of love and romance
Public Carriage Ride - Tour through the historic district in your own personal horse-drawn carriage. Enjoy a 25-30 block tour and see historic gardens and antebellum houses. The very best way to see the city and the perfect setting for a romantic Valentine photograph.
Chocolates - To enjoy together, a silver tray generously filled with chocolate dipped strawberries, white chocolate fudge and dark chocolate sherry bars. Heaven.
$145 24-hour notice is requested
A seasonal arrangement of fresh flowers to express your love.
$99.00 24-hour notice is appreciated
The Best Gift...A Trip!
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A chance to embark on a new adventure and escape from every day life. Or perhaps an intimate journey with boundless happiness.
LIFE IS A BEAUTIFUL TRIP
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