Coastal Coffee Roasters
(in celebration of their first year in business)
108 East 3rd North Street, Summerville
Thursday, July 5, 4:30 pm
Summerville Shag Club Dance Party
Sunday, July 15, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Summerville Country Club
400 Country Club Blvd, Summerville
Joey Werner and Tony Kennedy from the Out of Towners Band,
Cammy Award winners, Rhonda McDaniel and Ricky Godfrey
$12 for Club Members; $15 for Non-Members (includes dinner)
Cash bar, 50-50 drawing. Call Lee Hoff for more info at
(843) 214 0242. Public invited.
“Once Upon a Gala – An Evening in Oz”
Saturday, July 28, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Pinewood Preparatory School
1114 Orangeburg Road, Summerville
$50 single/$85 couple
Tickets are available at the Theater Box Office,
133 South Main St, Summerville, (843) 875-9251
National Night Out – Community Event
Tuesday, August 7, 7:00 pm
Summerville Elks Lodge #2719
105 Elks Lodge Lane, Summerville
The Summerville Elks Lodge #2719 is hosting this event to provide an opportunity to “get-to-know” our neighbors along with local police and fire departments. Join the Elks Lodge for an evening of support and participation which will include education on crime prevention, drug awareness, and neighborhood safety. Also, enjoy refreshments and activities such as face painting, children’s finger printing, give-aways, close up look at fire truck/police cars, and more. This event is held across the Nation on the same evening at the same time. Contact Pat Block at email@example.com or
(843) 688-4577 for more information.
“Town of Summerville Night”
Saturday, August 18, 7:05 pm
Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park
360 Fishbourne St, Charleston
The Charleston RiverDogs are going to honor our beautiful town at their game that night with the first ever “Town of Summerville Night.” The RiverDogs will be facing the Augusta Greenjackets, and it is sure to be a fun time. A portion of every ticket sold will benefit Summerville area youth baseball and softball leagues including Parks Field League, the Carolina Dixie Youth League, Summerville Little League, Summerville Miracle League, and Summerville Girls Softball League.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®
Signature Training Program
Thursday, October 18 and
Friday, October 19, 2012
8:00 am to 5:00 pm each day
James T. Martin, Jr. MD, OB/GYN The Summerville Journal Scene
Bethany United Methodist Church 118 W. 3rd Street South, Summerville
About the Course:
In The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®Signature Training Program,participants learn how to: take initiative, balance key priorities, improve interpersonal communication, leverage creative collaboration, and apply principles for achieving a balanced life.
Individual Registration Price:
Members: $300.00 Non-Members: $500.00
Seating is limited so make sure to register today!
Sponsorships are available for this event.
Contact Joann Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Walking Tours of the Historic District
When: Daily, by Appointment
Cost: $10 per adult/$5 child (ages 12 – 18; under 12 free) cash only
The Summerville Dorchester Museum is offering two guided walking tours around Summerville: one of old planter Summerville and the other of the West End. Walkers will also learn about the railroad history of Summerville. Tours are available daily by appointment. Each tour covers about one mile and takes approximately one hour. Call (843) 875-9666 or visit www.summervilledorchestermuseum.org.
Community Awareness Luncheon Dates
Third Thursday of each month at 11:30 am
Dorchester Children’s Center
303 East Richardson Avenue, Summerville
Future luncheon dates are:
July is already booked.
August 16th, September 20th and October 18th.
You are invited to learn about the mission of the Dorchester Children’s Center while enjoying their signature “Shrimp & Grits.” The event begins at 11:30 am with a tour of the Center followed by lunch at noon and a PowerPoint presentation about what the Center does and why they do it. Contact Bob Ingram, Fund Development Director, at (843) 875-1551 for more information.
Summerville Farmer’s Market
Saturdays through November 17, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. First Citizens Bank parking lot 218 S. Main St
Visitors have a wide array of products to choose from, including locally grown fruits and vegetables, specialty food items ranging from freshly roasted and ground coffee to stone ground grits and corn meal, as well as a wide variety of hand-made arts and crafts. Free parking in the town parking garage, entrance on Short Central Avenue.
Contact Nick Kierpiec, (843) 851-5211, email@example.com
Information courtesy of the Greater Summerville Chamber of Commerce & Summerville Visitor Center.