If you’re in the area this Sunday, July 10- plan on taking a stroll down King Street to enjoy the sites and sounds of Second Sunday On King Street!
Known as one of Charleston’s most popular events, featuring local works of art on display, culinary treats, unique boutiques and samplings from a variety of local businesses. In a street festival type setting, King Street, from Calhoun Street south down to Queen Street will be open to pedestrian traffic only.
Here’s just a sampling of what you’ll enjoy…
Reinert LePrince Gallery, 179 King Street, continues his beautiful impressionist series based on 2nd Sunday on King Street. Each piece is painted plein air at the 2nd Sunday event. Watch for more to come from this amazing series by this popular Charleston artist.
Peter Kiral and Charleston Virtuosi will perform on Lower King Street. Guitarist Michael Lindsey will be at Market & King, and Robin Platte’s folk-country band will be on shady George Street in front of Patat Spot Friet & Falafel.
Charleston Preservation Society Book & Gift Shop will focus on maritime and outdoor activities. John R. Young, a registered Charleston Tour Guide and author of A Walk in the Parks, will sign and discuss his book.
The Preservation Society will also have fly-fishing demonstrations on the street as well as fly tying demos courtesy of The Charleston Angler, just opened in the newly remodeled Historic Charleston City Market.
And as always, we’ll have plenty of cold water and sweet tea waiting for you at The Real Estate Studio at 214 King Street.
More details are available at www.secondsundayonkingstreet.com, along with downloadable parking vouchers good for two hours of free parking in any City of Charleston parking garage.