From our friends at the Charleston Parks C0nservancy…
Party for the Parks
Charleston’s hottest party returns to Colonial Lake this fall with a celestial theme, food, cocktails and plenty of entertainment. The Charleston Parks Conservancy will host its Party for the Parks fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 29. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Sept. 14.
After being canceled last year due to the pandemic, Party for the Parks returns this year to mark its 10th anniversary as one of Charlesston’s premier events.
Each year, this event raises money for the Charleston Parks Conservancy’s work beautifying and maintaining more than 20 of Charleston’s city parks. Notable park projects include the renovation of Colonial Lake, Moultrie Playground, St. Julian Devine Community Center & Park. the Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park, and the creation of three community gardens.
Switching to a Friday night this year, Party for the Parks is set for 6-10 p.m. on Oct. 29. Guests will be treated to food from local restaurants, specialty cocktails, music and live entertainment. Party-goers are encouraged to dress to the theme of Zodiac: A Celestial Celebration. All-inclusive tickets are $150.
Tickets will be strictly limited for this year’s event. Those interested in attending are encouraged to purchase tickets early. Sponsorship opportunities are available, and sponsors are guaranteed tickets to the event. For more information about sponsorships, please contact Samantha Scott at sscott@
“Party for the Parks has grown into one of Charleston’s favorite fundraising events,” said Conservancy Executive Director Tom McGuire. “Not only is it an incredible party, but attendees know they are helping us connect people to their parks and create stunning public spaces all year long.”
Learn more and purchase tickets at www.partyfortheparks.com
About the Charleston Parks Conservancy
The Charleston Parks Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring the people of Charleston to connect with their parks and create stunning public places and a strong community. For more than 13 years, the Conservancy — through public-private partnerships — has had a hand in renovating and beautifying more than 20 parks in the City of Charleston. In 2020, renovations were completed at Moultrie Playground and at St. Julian Devine Community Center & Park. Other notable projects include the complete renovation of Colonial Lake, the renovation of the Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park as well as Magnolia Park and Community Garden and Medway Park and Community Garden.
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