The event will take place at the historic Sunnyside Plantation on November 14th.
Sunnyside Plantation features a one-and-a-half story Greek revival style house built around 1850 by Jacob Motte Alston. The house, constructed of pine and beaded cypress weatherboards, will be open for viewing during the event. The property is lined with century old cedars and large oak trees draped in Spanish moss, creating a magical atmosphere that hearkens to an earlier time period.
Ticket holders will be treated to heavy hors d’oeuvres and a wide selection of desserts. An open bar with an assortment of wines, cocktails and refreshing drinks will also be available. Live entertainment, complete with dancing will also be offered.
Guests will also be able to bid on a selection of items at a silent auction including local artwork, travel vouchers, catered events and much more.
The evening will be a fabulous opportunity for visitors to experience a traditional southern setting.
The attire for the evening is listed as casual cocktail, and the event will be held rain or shine. Tickets to “A Lowcountry Evening at Sunnyside” can be purchased for a reduced rate of $100 each, now through October 31st. After that date tickets will increase to $125 each. All proceeds will benefit Murrells Inlet 2020, a 501c3 community revitalization organization dedicated to making the Inlet a nice place to live, work and visit. Call 843-357-2007 to purchase tickets. Mastercard and Visa are accepted. Tickets can also be purchased online at: https://co.clickandpledge.com/advanced/default.aspx?wid=46264
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