A number of events are scheduled for April at The Ponds in Summerville. The public is invited to join in the fun. There is no admission for any of the events and everyone is welcome.
Community sale is the place for thrifters
On Saturday, April 13th, from 8 AM -12 PM throughout the neighborhood, a Community Yard Sale is taking place. Come early to nab the best items from participating residents who will have displays in their yards and driveways.
Create kindness rocks
Join residents of The Ponds at a Ponds Conservancy Earth Day event from 3-5 PM on Monday, April 22 for a Kindness Rocks event. Founded by Megan Murphy, Kindness Rocks spreads messages of love and caring on rocks left for people to find.
Food Truck Friday rolls in
Friday, April the 26th 5-8 PM, The Ponds monthly Food Truck Friday hosts The Watts Family Band as entertainers with Squeals on Wheels, Bearded Dog, Bac N Me Crazy, Mac Daddy, Holy City Waffles, Booze Pops, and Pelican SnoBalls food trucks participating. The event takes place on the lawn near the historic Schulz-Lotz Farmhouse at 326 Hundred Oaks Pkwy, Summerville, SC 29483. Bring your own chairs and blankets and purchase food directly from the vendors. For more details, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/335758473719015/
Gone to the birds
On Sunday, April 28th from 2-4 PM, The Ponds Conservancy invites nature lovers and anyone interested in learning about the birds of the area to a bird walk around the community with Meredith Bean, a Naturalist from Kiawah’s Nature Program. There is no charge to participate and guests are asked to gather at the Schulz-Lotz Farmhouse at 326 Hundred Oaks Pkwy, Summerville, SC 29483
Tacos and yoga
Finally, to conclude the month, on Tuesday, April 30th from 4-7:30 PM, you’re invited to turn out for Taco Tuesday. Smokin Gringos food truck will be at The Ponds selling tacos. To wrap up the evening, you can peace out with a complimentary Yoga Under the Oaks at 6 PM. Come on out and Get your Zen on.
The Ponds combines authentic Lowcountry charm with an unparalleled list of modern, new home amenities. Located in Summerville, South Carolina, it’s just a short drive from Charleston, yet a world away. Here, over 1,000 acres of preserved land include ancient moss-draped oaks, historic trails, ponds, lakes and acres of open recreational spaces. It’s the kind of place that simply can’t be created, but can be preserved. This remarkable community offers some of the most beautiful new homes for sale that Summerville, SC has to offer and is perfectly situated within the highly rated Dorchester District 2 school district, yet still just minutes from the beaches and culture of Charleston. Welcome to real Carolina living.
The Ponds Conservancy, a not-for-profit community organization, is a component of The Ponds community. The Conservancy manages and guards the historic home, important archeological sites and more 1,000 acres of open space as well as a wildlife refuge, National Register of Historic Places eligible archaeological sites, walking and running trails, and parks at The Ponds community where Kolter Homes is the developer and builder.