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Lake Carolina Offers Jam-Packed Fall Calendar

Chris Laskowski8/29/2016  |  Categories: Events
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When it comes to fun-filled social activities, Lake Carolina has something for everyone! With kids back in school and the autumn season approaching, the community’s calendar is stacked with events open to both residents and the general public. Here are six upcoming events you won’t want to miss: 

Fall Yard Sale - September 17
Stroll across our gorgeous community while browsing the largest yard sale you’ve ever seen! Homeowners in Lake Carolina participate in this ‘community wide’ sale, offering gently-used clothes, furniture, toys and more. Maps of the sale will be available online and at the Town Center. Email events@lakecarolina.com with further inquiries.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K - October 1
Join the fight against breast cancer by participating in this inspiring 5K walk. The event will start with an exciting kick-off party and proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Those interested in volunteering can contact Barbara and Tom Beshers at tbbeshers@att.net

October Festival for Special Needs & Families - October 15
Pumpkins, pinatas, live entertainment and fall-style treats make October Fest an essential part of your autumn experience. Kids can enjoy a scenic Fun Mile Bike Loop and proceeds will benefit Abundant Life Equipment Lending Library. 

Wine & Food Festival - October 22
As one of Lake Carolina’s most popular annual events, tickets for the Wine & Food Festival go fast! This event is the development’s largest fundraising initiative, benefiting local youth in South Carolina. Guests will enjoy fine-wine samplings, delectable cuisine and live entertainment.

Lake SCarolina - October 23
Celebrate the spookiest of holidays at the Jeep Rogers YMCA. This kid-friendly party will include inflatable fun, a pumpkin patch, cake walk, trick-or-treating and more. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a not-so-scary Halloween! 

Thanksgiving Catch the Gobbler 5K- November 24
Before you indulge in your Thanksgiving feast, gather at the Town Center for a festive 5K. There’s no registration form or fee necessary for this popular annual event! 

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10 Things You Need To Know About St. Pat’s In Five Points

Chris Laskowski3/1/2016  |  Categories: Events
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The luck of the Irish is upon us in two short weeks...along with one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day festivals in the Southeast! Grab your tickets now for St. Pat’s in Five Points and experience the greenest holiday like never before. Here are a few fun facts you need to know:

1. It’s a massive festival...
Along with being one of the largest St. Patty’s Day festivals in the region, St. Pat’s in Five Points is the biggest street festival in the Midlands! Held in the Five Points business district, it’s full of entertainment, special events and, of course, food and drink! 

2. ...with a LOT of people.
Why is it the biggest street festival in the Midlands? Over 40,000 ‘honorary Irish’ guests attend each year.

3. It was created to celebrate “all things green and Gaelic, welcome the arrival of spring and promote the businesses in the Five Points village.”
If you’re new to the area, attending this festival is the perfect way to familiarize yourself with local businesses. Tons of arts and crafts vendors bring personality to St. Pat’s, while local restaurants and pubs serve tasty treats that are sure to put you in the Irish spirit! 

4. There’s something for everyone (even kids!)
While adults might want to grab a drink and listen to music, kids can have the time of their life at the festival’s children’s carnival. Families with little ones can also check out the Pot O’ Gold Playland, open from 10am-6pm. 

5. You can experience a “Silent Disco”.
Silent discos are all the rage. Grab a pair of headphones and show off your greatest dance moves. You can also tune into the festival’s dueling DJs! 

6. There’s an annual St. Patrick’s Day parade you don’t want to miss!
What’s St. Patty’s Day without a parade? Get your green on at this exciting, energetic celebration.

7. You can take part in the ‘Get to the Green’ marathon.
Before you indulge in festival food and tons of beer, participate in the annual ‘Get to the Green’ run, which offers three different trails: a 10k, 5k, or Family Fun 1-miler.

8. Live music is included.
It wouldn’t be a festival without some live entertainment. From noon until 7pm, enjoy bands and musical acts on four different stages.

9. It’s an all-day affair.
Get an early start on the festival fun, with gates opening at 9am and closing at 7pm. You can purchase tickets here.

10. There’s more fun to be had in the surrounding community!
Want to continue the party? Venture a quick 30 minutes away to the City of Columbia and continue the celebration at some great local pubs. You can learn more about what Columbia has to offer--along with how to be part of Columbia's best master-planned community--by clicking here


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