(Oct. 26, 2011) – The Reserve at Lake Keowee Community Foundation is pleased to announce the following upcoming events, all of which are open to the public.
To learn more or make reservations to attend, please contact Kathryn Gravely, the Foundation’s Executive Director, at (864) 481-4010 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. A full description and calendar of Foundation events, updated frequently, is available on The Reserve at Lake Keowee’s website by clicking here
Journey on the Wildside, featuring wildlife artist John Seymour
Through November 30th at The Hill House Gallery, 534 Pine Grove Church Rd., Sunset
Voted SC Wildlife Federation Artist of the Year in 1986, John Seymour will exhibit his watercolors and graphite drawings of animals he experienced during trips to Africa.
2011 Artist-in-Residence Martha Beaudrot
October 30 – 7:00 pm at Founders Hall (The Reserve at Lake Keowee)
Greenville native and accomplished pianist Martha Beaudrot serves as The Reserve at Lake Keowee’s second Artist-in-Residence for 2011 and will give a concert with her protégé Ethan Flowe as a finale to her residency. Seating is limited; advance reservations recommended.
The Princeton Nassoons
Saturday, November 5 – 7:00 pm at Founders Hall (The Reserve at Lake Keowee)
The third oldest collegiate group in the country and oldest a cappella ensemble at Princeton University, The Princeton Nassoons will pack the house for this one-night-only show mixing music, comedy, and showmanship. The Nassoons have performed internationally for 65 years, including at The White House as well as sets of national morning shows. Seating is limited; advance reservations recommended.
The Reserve at Lake Keowee Community Foundation is a non-profit organization created to enhance the quality of life at The Reserve and in the local area while fulfilling a sense of community and philanthropy for The Reserve’s members. The Foundation sponsors regular cultural events including concerts, plays, lectures, and an annual art festival. The Foundation has four major functions: 1.) Help preserve the natural resources in the area through acts and events of environmental stewardship; 2.) Provide educational programs for members and guests of The Reserve; 3.) Promote an arts program at The Reserve; and 4.) Provide outreach activities for neighboring communities in Pickens County, SC. In 2010, the Foundation gave more than $40,000 to local charities.
About The Reserve at Lake Keowee
Created in 2000 by Greenwood Communities and Resorts, The Reserve at Lake Keowee is an award-winning residential community that spans 3,900 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, with 30 miles of shoreline on Lake Keowee and convenient access to nationally-recognized commercial and cultural centers that include Greenville, S.C.; Asheville, N.C.; and Clemson and Furman Universities. A 200-slip Marina, Village Center, Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, and more than 1,400 acres of parks, preserves, trails, and green spaces highlight more than $100 million in completed family amenities at The Reserve. The Reserve has approximately 650 members from 30 different states, with an additional 660+ extended family members who enjoy club privileges through the multi-generational Legacy Membership program. Homesites at The Reserve start in the $100,000s; homes, under $500,000. To learn more, call (877) 922-5253, or visit the community’s official blog at www.LifeOnKeowee.com
About Greenwood Communities and Resorts
Greenwood Communities and Resorts, based in Greenwood, S.C., is a leader in the creation and management of award-winning residential and resort communities in the southeastern United States since 1978. Beginning with the award-winning Palmetto Dunes Resort at Hilton Head Island and evolving to current communities like The Ponds, Big Canoe near Atlanta and The Reserve at Lake Keowee, Greenwood’s mission has remained the same: Create memorable places that foster meaningful and fulfilling lives.
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