Monday, January 14, 2013
Enjoy a special holiday evening with family and friends in Downtown Historic Summerville this Thursday night. Summerville DREAM will host an evening of lights, music and theater throughout the downtown area.
The sounds of Christmas will be all around. Summerville’s Got Talent winners Shayla DiGregorio, the St. Paul’s Praise Team and the Hot Shots ukulele group are among the musical entertainment for the evening.
Dancers from Tip Tap Toe dance and Summerville Civic Ballet will perform, along with the Beech Hill Jugglers. Take a horse and carriage ride amid the sparkling holiday lights. Cinderella’s Carriage will pick-up at Single Smile Café on Hutchinson Square.
The highlight of the evening will be a storytelling tour of Downtown lead by Ebenezer Scrooge (aka Tim Lowry). The walking tour will be complemented by costumed actors portraying the people of London during the time of Charles Dickens. This event is limited to two tours of 40 people per tour. There will tours at 5:30 p.m. and at 7 p.m. Each storytelling of the traditional Christmas tale will last an hour and fifteen minutes and will visit five locations around the downtown. Tickets are $10 per person and available for purchase at the DREAM office on the second floor of the First Citizens Bank building at 218 S. Main Street. Tickets also may be purchased by phone at (843) 821-7260. Special thanks to Lowcountry Monuments at 140 N. Magnolia Street for providing Jacob Marley’s tombstone and the Merry Art and Soul Players.
At the end of the evening join Mr. Dickens (aka Lowry) at Fezzwig’s Christmas Ball. The Ball will be hosted by Art & Soul at 115 West Second South Street. Enjoy traditional Christmas music & dance, more storytelling, a spread of English Delights, parlor games and a Wassail Toast. Tickets are $10 per person. For more information call 843-224-4133 or the DREAM office at 843-821-7260.
“Summerville D.R.E.A.M. wishes everyone a very happy holiday and is encouraging all to come celebrate in our beautiful Historic Downtown this Thursday until 8 p.m.,” said Carolyn Wooten, DREAM executive director.
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