A very warm thank you goes out to Babbie Guscio who writes a wonderful column in the Bluffton Packet (a supplement to the Island Packet) - note her incredible sounding receipe for Spring Pie! Click here to read her entire article that mentions our event! Babbie also owns The Store located on Calhoun Street in Old Town Bluffton.
"* Habersham Marketplace is presenting Artisans and Antiques from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday at Habersham in Beaufort. Bobbi Rice and her daughter have gathered a wonderful group of artists and a great selection of goodies to tempt you. Call 843-644-1864 or 440-503-8414 for directions and information." - Excerpt from Babbie Guscio's column titled "This World is Filled With Interesting People", April 8, 2013.
Thank you also to The Island Packet & The Beaufort Gazette for their lovely mention of our event in Lowcountry Happenings.
I-95 Antiques is a wonderful resource for anyone seeking treasures along the corridor from Virginia to Florida. Before discovering this treasure map we used to fumble along the curvy Carolina roads to hope for a roadside tomb of antiques, not unlike what the pickers do on TV these days! Thank you to David Evans, publisher and owner of Bachelor Hill Antiques (and one of our incredible vendors at tomorrow's event!) for the excellent article in his brilliant publication, I-95 Antiques (download this quarter's issue online!)
Directory: Artisans & Antiques at Habersham Saturday, April 13 13 Market Bluffton, SC 29906
56 Calhoun Street
Bachelor Hill Antiques
255 E. Washington St.
Waterboro, SC 29488
Read more here: http://www.islandpacket.com/2013/04/08/2454467/this-world-is-filled-with-interesting.html#storylink=cpy
We would like to extend a formal thank you to the Habersham Land Company for their support of our upcoming event, Artisans & Antiques at Habersham, on Saturday, April 13th!
Habersham is a new, coastal town
in South Carolina offering more than 1,000 properties including homes, town
homes and condominiums. Our town plan, by Duany Plater-Zyberk, is based on the
architectural charm that is reminiscent of southern cities such as Charleston,
SC and Savannah, GA. Lovely streetscapes and traditional southern architecture
encourage homeowners to build relationships within Habersham as they stroll
along the neighborhood’s quiet oak-lined streets, scenic woodlands,
footbridges, walking trails and waterfront parks. With an array of activities,
residents enjoy chatting with friends while picking-up mail at the Habersham
Post Office; spending the day at a pool located on one of the connected sea
islands; catching fish, crabs and shrimp from one of the neighborhood’s docks
or lounging in one of Habersham’s parks under ancient live oaks while immersed
in a novel. For those who love the water, homeowners can launch their boats
from Habersham Creek and explore all of Beaufort's beautiful waterways and sea
islands. For more information, call (877) 542-2377 or logon to www.HabershamSC.com
Directions from Points South of the Broad River (Savannah, Bluffton, Hilton Head, Ridgeland):
1. Drive NORTH on Route 170 EAST/Okatie Highway toward the Broad River/Beaufort/Parris Island.
2. After crossing the Broad River Bridge on Rt. 170 East, make a LEFT on "Wk Alston Drive" at the Robert Smalls Middle School sign.
3. Make a Left on Broad River Blvd at the first stop sign.
4. At the traffic light, make a Right at Joe Frazier Road.
5. Drive 1.1 miles on Joe Frazier and then BEAR to the LEFT on Cherokee Farms Road (Habersham sign on the right where the fork is)
6. Follow Cherokee Farms Road until you reach the parking area adjacent to the Habersham Marketplace.