May 1-3 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. | Pick-up and Drop-off at The Sandcastle | $25 Shuttle Ride (Lunch Cost Additional)
Thursday, May 2: Join Tea Room Host and KICA COO Jimmy Bailey
If you’ve never experienced a Charleston tea room, it’s time. It has little to do with tea, and much more to do with a delectable lowcountry lunch, desserts and community.
Each year, churches around Charleston host tea rooms, or pop-up restaurants where classic Southern recipes are prepared and served by members of the congregation. The tea rooms are known for their charming atmosphere, crowd-pleasing favorites like ham biscuits, okra soup, chicken salad, and Huguenot Torte.
The St. Philip’s Tea Room offers a lowcountry lunch (menu) from April 29-May 3. KICA COO Jimmy Bailey is a member of St. Philip’s and invites Kiawah property owners to experience this special Charleston tea room tradition.
KICA is offering a roundtrip shuttle ride to St. Philip’s on May 1-3 for $25 per person. (Please note that lunch is an additional cost. See menu.) Take a friend or small group of up to eight in the comfort of KICA’s luxury Mercedes Sprinter. The KICA shuttle will leave The Sandcastle at 11 a.m. and return by 2 p.m. After enjoying lunch outside in the courtyard or inside with live music, you still may have enough time to stroll around the block to see Charleston in bloom and walk off your dessert.
On Thursday, May 2, Jimmy Bailey will host a tea room table for Kiawah guests to join, enjoy and hear more about this lowcountry tradition.
To reserve your seat, email email@example.com, provide the date you wish to attend (May 1-3) and the number in your party.
Enjoy a wonderful lunch with scrumptious desserts at St. Philip’s Church in downtown Charleston.
For more information, contact Peg Michel at Kiawahwomen18@gmail.com for more information.
On May 2, Our World and the Kiawah Island Photo Club will present a pictorial journey to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island and Antarctica. Longtime Photo Club member Ann Gridley recently traveled to these places and has prepared a wonderful show of the images she captured there.
Take a journey in images to some of the most remote locations on earth: the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island and Antarctica.
The season finale of Our World is a partnership with the Kiawah Island Photo Club. Longtime member Ann Gridley recently traveled to these places and has prepared a wonderful show of the images she captured there. Don’t miss the journey of a lifetime!
Please RSVP to KICA Recreation at firstname.lastname@example.org by the day prior to the presentation to attend.