Join the Charleston Parks Conservancy for a Picnic in Hampton Park on May 22

Join the Charleston Parks Conservancy for a Picnic in the Park on Saturday, May 22. Purchase a picnic basket to enjoy on the lawn of the Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park. The picnic will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Have a glass of wine, listen to music and enjoy a fun day in the park.

Choose from one of two picnic basket options. Picnic baskets will be distributed between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on May 22 at the Rose Pavilion in Hampton Park. You may also pick up your basket to enjoy at home.

Purchase your picnic basket at https://charlestonparksconservancy.salsalabs.org/picnic2021/index.html

Magnolias Picnic Basket Menu: $250
-Pimento Cheese (8oz)
-Boiled Peanut Hummus (8oz)
-Magnolias Flatbread Crackers
-Ham Biscuits, Bacon Jam & Pepper Relish (x4)
-Magnolias Chicken Salad (8oz)
-Bag of Fresh Baked Croissants (x4)
-Southern Quinoa Salad (1 pint)
-Sea Salt Kettle Chips (x2)
-Caramel Popcorn (x2)
-Mini Pecan (x2) and Key Lime Pies (x2)
-A bottle of Talbott "Kali-Hart" Chardonnay, Monterey 2018

*The vegetarian option includes: Portobello Mushroom & Grilled Vegetables w/ Tomato Spread and Pesto served on a Baguette

Harvest Catering Picnic Basket Menu: $125 (serves 2)
-Shrimp Remoulade with Crostini
-Fried Chicken
-Succotash
-Potato Salad
-Banana Pudding
-Harvest Catering picnic basket includes wine-

Each basket includes a picnic blanket, Frisbee, wine koozie and bottle opener - everything to make your picnic easy and enjoyable.

About the Charleston Parks Conservancy
The Charleston Parks Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring the people of Charleston to connect with their parks and create stunning public places and a strong community. For more than 13 years, the Conservancy -- through public-private partnerships -- has had a hand in renovating and beautifying more than 20 parks in the City of Charleston. In 2020, renovations were completed at Moultrie Playground and at St. Julian Devine Community Center & Park. Other notable projects include the complete renovation of Colonial Lake, the renovation of the Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park as well as Magnolia Park and Community Garden and Medway Park and Community Garden. For more information, visit www.charlestonparksconservancy.org.


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