As we wish each other a Happy New Year, this is the perfect time to consider the value of each and every moment we are given. Consider celebrating the new year with an Isle of Palms vacation!
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Celebrate the holidays with an Isle of Palms vacation! Whether you are celebrating the 4th of July with a summer getaway or in town during the winter Holiday Festival of Lights or Parade of Boats, you're sure to be able to find the perfect way to enjoy a holiday celebration! Spend the last weekend of summer celebrating with a Labor Day stay or ring in the New Year with a visit to the beach. Isle of Palms is a perfect destination to celebrate any holiday!
Find out more on the best ways to celebrate the New Year in Isle of Palms!
Just in time for the holidays – it’s free parking in downtown Charleston!
Spending some time in downtown Charleston is a terrific way to get in the holiday mood. It’s the ideal place to shop local and get some great Christmas gifts. Even if you’ve got your list...
Make the holidays easy by picking up delicious treats from a local bakery in Isle of Palms. Order a dozen of Christmas cookies with flavors like chocolate chip, gingerbread chews, or sugar cookies or opt for a pecan pie or cheesecake! With all of these sweet treats a phone call away, the holiday season will be a breeze!
Enjoy the ease of ordering a holiday dinner to go with Burtons Grill & Bar!
This Sunday it's the 25th annual Mount Pleasant Christmas Light Parade, rolling down Coleman Boulevard after a fireworks kickoff.
Celebrate the Holiday season by attending magical local events like Breakfast with Santa at Burtons Grill!
The Isle of Palms Holiday Street Festival has encountered 2020 (aka the year of COVID), and the result is Santa Claus Lane. Well, COVID has changed the status quo, that’s for sure. 2020 has seen numerous events postponed or more often cancelled, including Spoleto, the Cooper River Bridge Run, and the Volvo Car Open.
Thanksgiving is now in the rear view mirror, and it’s the perfect time to tackle some holiday crafts.
This is Thanksgiving week, which means Black Friday shopping is coming up fast. Along with everything else in 2020, Thanksgiving looks to be quite different this year. Since COVID rates are up, officials are encouraging people to hunker down.