Charleston, South Carolina
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Carnes Crossroads will transform into a holiday wonderland with festive lights, handmade gifts, entertainment and holiday cheer
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (October 27, 2016) - One of Summerville’s hottest emerging communities is hosting a holiday celebration and artisan market on Saturday, December 10th from 1-6 pm. Carnes Crossroads, located on Hwy 17A, will be the location of the second annual Holiday Market at the Green Barn, featuring vendors selling all kinds of local, handmade gifts, goodies and treats. Festive decor and holiday lights will adorn the Green Barn and the adjacent Village Green, the sounds of holiday music will fill the air, and Santa will even make an appearance! Plenty of holiday goodies and other treats are in store as the Carnes Crossroads community gets ready to celebrate the season.
The festivities take place from 1-6 pm, and the event is free to the public. Plenty of free parking will be available. Directions: From I-26, take Exit 199B for Highway 17 A (North Main Street). Travel 3 miles to Carnes Crossroads and the Green Barn. Take the first left (1st Avenue) into the community and follow signs for parking.
This year’s event is sponsored in part by Sweetgrass Pediatrics.
About Carnes Crossroads:
Carnes Crossroads is a 2,300-acre master planned community taking shape in the heart of Charleston, South Carolina's growth. Its central location in the Summerville and Goose Creek area, along with a comprehensive and thoughtful master plan, make it a convenient and desirable residential location. The traditional residential neighborhoods, southern architecture, parks, trails and lakes at Carnes Crossroads are being carefully integrated with medical facilities, retail businesses, corporate offices and a school and church to create a vibrant and walkable community where people live, work, learn and play. The ownership and development team behind Carnes Crossroads is also responsible for the highly successful 4,000-acre community of Daniel Island in Charleston.