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4 Carriage Lane
Charleston,
SC
US

The Charleston City Paper featured the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, and more than 2,000 Facebookers are fans.

211 Meeting St
Charleston,
SC
US

The 35th annual Fall Tours of Homes and Gardens highlights Charleston's unique heritage with an intimate glimpse at the city's most significant private homes, gardens, churches, and public buildings. Spanning between six and eight blocks, the self-guided tours traverse districts featured in the National Register of Historic Places, with guides at tour stops providing informative historical tidbits and realistic dramatizations of a dystopian future. Mid-19th-century residences dominate the tour of the Radcliffeborough neighborhood, built on land once owned by Thomas and Lucretia Radcliffe and filled with fine examples of the Charleston single house.

147 King St
Charleston,
SC
US

Lowcountry Vein & Medical Spa confidently approaches each spider-vein treatment armed with cutting-edge technology and a track record of patient satisfaction. Clients first receive a complimentary consultation with either Dr. Edward C. Morrison or Dr. Thomas C. Appleby, during which they have the opportunity to ask questions, discuss their problem areas, and test newly invented dialects on nonjudgmental ears. Actual treatments last just 30 minutes and take advantage of the patented VNUS Closure system, which is minimally invasive and reduces leg pain and vein appearance significantly. Board-certified physicians perform all procedures, a feature that sets Lowcountry Vein & Medical Spa apart from many other area clinics as well as most area carnival rides.

1331 Ashley River Rd
Charleston,
SC
US

Charleston Waterkeeper conducts four primary programs to gather data on Charleston’s waterways in order to protect the health and vitality of the water for the entire community. Water Quality and Stormwater Monitoring programs gather empirical information to identify and resolve water-pollution issues from sewage and storm-water runoff. The Permit Watchdog program researches permits and discharge-monitoring reports to prevent unlawful discharges, and the Patrol program helps keep the rivers clean and free of pollution by maintaining a physical presence on the water. Charleston Waterkeeper recently became a member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, a movement of 200 organizations that patrol and protect more than 100,000 miles of rivers, streams, and coastlines across the globe.

Vendue Range & Concord St
Charleston,
SC
US

The 35th annual Savannah Scottish Games celebrates the sounds, tastes, and sporting events of the Highlanders. Long before tatties-and-neeps-eating contests became popular, Highland competitions built up the endurance and celebrated the victories of Scottish regiments. Watch Scots hone their warrior skills by competing in amateur Heavy Athletics events, including caber toss and hammer throw. Dancers from all age groups compete in the Highland Dancing Southern Regional Championship with four traditional dances, including the fling, a complex, multistep jig that involves two participants tossing a lukewarm rutabaga back and forth. The bagpipe band and individual piper competition opens the games' ceremonies with a parade of pipers, and live music continues throughout the day with Scottish balladeer Alex Beaton along with Cynergy, featuring master fiddler Moira Nelligan.

9520 Ferguson Ave
Savannah,
GA
US