Sandy Bottom Bash ~ Mt. Pleasant, SC ~ Make plans to celebrate Mount Pleasant Academy's 200th birthday in style with a celebration befitting the school's remarkable tenure.
Mount Pleasant Academy, the state's oldest public school, has the highest achievement rating of all non-magnet schools inSouth Carolina. Students learn in a challenging, nurturing environment.
The Sandy Bottom Bash will feature a live and silent auction. Money raised will help build a new nature trail along the school's adjacent salt marsh. The trail will take full advantage of the school's unique setting and provide opportunities for hands-on learning.
When: Friday, March 5, 2010
Time: 7pm - 11pm
Location: Alhambra Hall, 131 Middle Street, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door.
DIRECTIONS FROM CHARLESTON I-26
Follow I-26 to Charleston
Take the Mount Pleasant Exit
Drive over the Arthur Ravenel Bridge (Cooper River Bridge)
Stay in right lane indicating "Coleman Boulevard"
Stay on Coleman Boulevard - Go over Shem Creek Bridge
Stay in FAR right lane - you will be going straight into the Old Village on Whilden Street
Follow Whilden Street - you will pass a park and tennis courts on the right
Turn Right at intersection/ Stop sign at McCants Drive
Go straight on McCants this will become Middle Street
Drive around a large oak tree -the road will turn to the Left
The Hall will be down the road on the Right side - 131 Middle Street
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