Piccolo Spoleto Festival

May 27, 2016 | Community News, Events

Focusing primarily on artists of the Southeast region, Piccolo Spoleto is the perfect complement to the international scope of Spoleto Festival USA, its parent festival, and its 500 events in 17 days transforms Charleston into an exhilarating celebration of performing, literary and visual arts. Piccolo Spoleto’s traditional program offerings include visual arts exhibits, classical music, read more

Celebrating Mom: Mommy & Me Tea at Summers Corner

05.10.2016 | Community News, News & Events

For Mother’s Day, we set out to make Mom’s day with plenty of relaxing, unwinding, and pampering, and we accomplished just that! Moms enjoyed fruit-infused water, mimosas and parfaits while relaxing in our Commons area prior to retreating to the market canopy for massages. The children penned and glued and crafted notes of love for read more

The coffee’s on: Corner House Cafe now open for breakfast

05.04.2016 | Community News, News & Events

A cup of fresh, steamy coffee on your way to work, sugar and cream just the way you like it. House-made pecan raisin toast with guava butter so good you’ll want to eat it by the spoonful. And a beet salad for lunch to-go, made with locally-sourced veggies and paired with a perfectly punchy citrus read more

Our Earth Day Takeaways

04.26.2016 | Community News, News & Events

We celebrated Earth Day in the garden this year, hosting special programming by the Clemson Extension Master Gardeners and welcoming the fabulous folks from SCETV’s Making it Grow for a unique “Unplugged” panel discussion. Having so much knowledge “in the house” proved beneficial to all of us, no matter our gardening know how, or lack thereof. Here are some read more

We grow minds here, too: Summers Corner Schools

04.13.2016 | Community News, News & Events

At Summers Corner, we know great neighborhood schools can be a major factor when choosing a home. Top-ranked schools tend to increase the value of the houses that surround them. And a short walk to school goes a long way in decision-making. read more