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Summerville throws a party every third Thursday of each month

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Every month on the Third Thursday of the month, the historic downtown Summerville district throws itself a party. Every month on the Third Thursday of the month, the historic downtown Summerville district throws itself a party.
SUMMERVILLE, SC -

The Town of Summerville invites you to come on out to Hutchinson Square for a great night of entertainment from South Rail Bluegrass Band, who will be performing in Hutchinson Square.

They are sure to get the crowd in hand-clapping mood.  Be sure to stroll around the shops and vendors, and the Art Walk on Short Central. Don't miss the More than Wordz performance on Short Central from 5-7:45pm.
 
The Hot Shots Ukulele Band will be performing in front of People, Places and Quilts from 5-8pm.  This group is a regular at Third Thursday and definitely worth stopping and enjoying the music.

This Third Thursday will be highlighting non-profits that support the community of Summerville.  Dorchester Habitat, Timrod Library, Gentivia, Dorchester Seniors, Friends of the Summerville Library, Camp Good Times of Charleston, Cultural Homestay Intl-SC, Dorchester County First Steps to School Readiness Partnership, Miss Charleston/Miss Summerville, Summerville Evening Lions, Drayton Hall, and Meals On Wheels.

This is just a small sampling of the booths that will be on hand Thursday night so come on out for a good evening of fun!

Here is a downtown map that shows the shopping, dining and entertainment venues.

Every month on the Third Thursday of the month, the historic downtown Summerville district throws itself a party.  Hutchinson Square, the park in the center of downtown, becomes an entertainment venue.

The pedestrian mall area called Short Central becomes a street fair as Art Central Gallery sponsors Art Walk with booths of artists and artisans selling their crafts and artworks. Musical entertainment is featured at several locations throughout the downtown.

Restaurants cater to shoppers and evening strollers with special offers and outdoor seating that allows their customers to enjoy our great weather as well as the outdoor entertainment. Arts and crafts enthusiasts have the opportunity to join classes in knitting, quilting, and jewelry-making instruction as well as shop the local artists and artisans booths at the Art Walk
Summerville D.R.E.A.M. (Downtown Restoration, Enhancement and Management) sponsors the monthly celebration to create a lively community atmosphere and promote local businesses.

It's a perfect chance to acquaint yourself with the historic downtown area of Summerville in one lovely evening.

Come join us-every Third Thursday of the month in center of downtown Summerville, 5:00- 8:00pm....Rain or Shine! 

For more information, contact Summerville D.R.E.A.M. (843) 821-7260 or info@summervilledream.org

For information on participating in the Art Walk please click here

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