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LADSON, S.C. (WCIV) — “Two days ago, this was an open, empty fairgrounds. And by tonight or tomorrow, it’s going to be an amusement park just like Disneyland,” says fair vendor Bill Prowant of Prowant Specialty Company from Ohio.Prowant is marveling at the quick pace of setting up this year’s Coastal Carolina Fair at the Exchange Park in Ladson.It’s something Prowant is used to seeing first-hand and is well aware of the skill behind it all.“It’s a labor of love,” rema...
LADSON, S.C. (WCIV) — “Two days ago, this was an open, empty fairgrounds. And by tonight or tomorrow, it’s going to be an amusement park just like Disneyland,” says fair vendor Bill Prowant of Prowant Specialty Company from Ohio.
Prowant is marveling at the quick pace of setting up this year’s Coastal Carolina Fair at the Exchange Park in Ladson.
It’s something Prowant is used to seeing first-hand and is well aware of the skill behind it all.
“It’s a labor of love,” remarks Prowant.
Fellow long-time vendor, Teri Cox of Concessions by Cox from Georgia, is counting down the hours until Thursday afternoon’s grand opening.
“We’re looking at 48 hours. You’ll see a lot of activity today. Everything will be coming beautiful and coming to life tomorrow,” says Cox.
Both Cox and Prowant are in the fair food business.
A wide variety of tasty treats are on their menus: barbeque sandwiches, cinnamon rolls, bread pudding, funnel cakes, deep fried brownies- and the list goes on and gets more creative.
While the fun food is a constant, a longtime part of the fair has changed.
Amusements of America will not be the company putting together this year’s Midway- a task they’ve been behind for around 60 years.
Reithoffer Shows has brought in its own fleet of rides.
According to an article by Carnival Warehouse, there will be around 65 rides in total.
“We’ve got a brand-new carnival. It’s a big deal for us. We had a very long relationship with the last one, and this one had some opportunities to bring some new coasters, rollercoasters in. Some great rides, and we just couldn’t pass it up,” says the Coastal Carolina Fair’s media relations spokesperson, Jay Wallace.
Wallace also highlights as part of the fair’s experience: safety.
Wallace says the use of metal detectors and a clear plastic bag policy will continue for this season, and that there will be plenty of security. Some of it will be around the clock during the fair’s two-week run.
According to Wallace, “The No. 1 rule we have around here that tells us if we’ve had a good fair is if we’ve had a safe fair.”
According to their website, The Exchange Club of Charleston has operated the fair since 1957. Multiple Lowcountry charities have benefited from the fair throughout the years.
The annual Coastal Carolina fair kicks off this week in Ladson and will be open on Thursday and Friday from 3 to 9 p.m.
This year's fair will run from Thursday, October 27 to Sunday, November 6.
Additionally, there will be performances from Neal McCoy, J. Howell, Drake Milligan, and the Yonder Mountain String Band at the Lakefront Stage.
For foodies, some of the options will include funnel cakes, elephant ears, and award-winning jalapeno corndogs.
Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here.
Editor's note: Online ticket sales were suspended until further notice Wednesday due to fraudulent activity. Tickets can be purchased at the fair gates or at local Circle Ks.
A new frozen custard and burger restaurant soon will welcome customers in Ladson, and a home decor store is opening in a new shopping center in North Charleston.Culver’s plans to open at 10 a.m. Aug. 29 at 3848 Ladson Road next to Gilligan’s Seafood Restaurant, according to Marilyn Knox, the franchise owner who opened the first Charleston-area Culver’s in 2019 on U.S. Highway 17A in Berkeley County.The location also includes a drive-thru and patio, where live ...
A new frozen custard and burger restaurant soon will welcome customers in Ladson, and a home decor store is opening in a new shopping center in North Charleston.
Culver’s plans to open at 10 a.m. Aug. 29 at 3848 Ladson Road next to Gilligan’s Seafood Restaurant, according to Marilyn Knox, the franchise owner who opened the first Charleston-area Culver’s in 2019 on U.S. Highway 17A in Berkeley County.
The location also includes a drive-thru and patio, where live music will be available on opening evening and possibly once a week, Knox said. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for 10 a.m. opening day.
Culver’s specializes in its signature ButterBurgers and frozen custard. It also offers other meat sandwiches along with sides and salads.
The planned Culver’s is a few miles north of competitor Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers, which opened last fall at 4540 Ladson Road near Stars and Strikes bowling and arcade center on the edge of Summerville.
Another new retailer is ready to open its doors in a North Charleston retail center.
HomeGoods plans to host a grand opening Aug. 18, starting at 8 a.m., in the new Cedar Grove Shopping Center at 8821 Dorchester Road.
The 22,000-square-foot home decor shop is the latest merchant to join the new retail center. Already open are Ross Dress for Less, discount shop Five Below and cosmetics purveyor Ulta.
A 16,000-square-foot PetSmart pet supply shop is expected to open in September, and other shops are on the way to a newly constructed outparcel building closer to Dorchester Road.
Shopping center plans call for three more retail structures on the south side where land is currently being cleared next to Riverbluff Parkway in front of Cedar Grove Apartments.
A new restaurant is ready to welcome customers at the site of a recently closed dining spot in Mount Pleasant.
Pasture & Grain will officially open at 11 a.m. Aug. 19 at 1701 Shoremeade Road in Indigo Square Shopping Center on U.S. Highway 17.
It’s in the same retail center where national sporting goods retailer REI is upfitting the former Publix GreenWise Market grocery store space for an opening in the fall.
The restaurant is taking over the space vacated in May by Blaze Pizza, which closed after three years.
Pasture & Grain owner and operator Ira Hill said the 2,800-square-foot venue will serve American fare priced from $8 to $18.
Meats, vegetables, grains, hot and cold sandwiches, salads and toast with spreads are on the menu. Sous chef is Brandon Brown. The new restaurant will be open until 9 p.m. daily.
A Florida-based grocery chain with several stores in the Charleston area has rolled out curbside prescription pickup in four states. Publix Pharmacy started offering the service Aug. 10 in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Virginia. South Carolina and North Carolina locations will be added in the future as the company expands the program throughout its entire operations in the Southeast.
A new tanning salon has opened in Mount Pleasant.
City Tan can be found at 1167 Basketweave Drive in the Cirque Salon Studios off U.S. Highway 17 near Six Mile Road. The owner is Liz Bailey, who also owns Bikini Bronze Charleston at 10 Exchange St. on the peninsula.
A group boxing workout studio plans to make its South Carolina debut with three new sites.
Rumble Boxing plans to open in Charleston and Hilton Head Island. Locations have not been announced.
Rumble President Shaun Grove said boxing workouts are geared to all fitness levels and abilities and the company plans to continue its expansion across the nation.
The boxing-inspired studio delivers 45-minute, 10-round strength and conditioning group workouts crafted around teardrop-style aqua boxing bags and high-intensity strength-training circuits. Rumble is designed to build strength and relieve stress.
The New York City-based company has 25 franchise locations open across the U.S. Others are in development.
Clemson will attempt to extend the third-longest streak of consecutive 10-win seasons in FBS history on Saturday, Nov. 19, when the 9-1 Tigers host the 5-5 Miami Hurricanes on Clemson's Senior Day. Kickoff at Memorial Stadium is set for 3:30 p.m. ET. Clemson has won at least 10 games in 11 consecutive seasons.Saturday’s game will be the 13th all-time meeting between Clemson and Miami. With a win, Clemson would take a 7-6 lead in the all-tim...
Clemson will attempt to extend the third-longest streak of consecutive 10-win seasons in FBS history on Saturday, Nov. 19, when the 9-1 Tigers host the 5-5 Miami Hurricanes on Clemson's Senior Day. Kickoff at Memorial Stadium is set for 3:30 p.m. ET. Clemson has won at least 10 games in 11 consecutive seasons.
Saturday’s game will be the 13th all-time meeting between Clemson and Miami. With a win, Clemson would take a 7-6 lead in the all-time series and give the Tigers their first series lead against the Hurricanes.
Clemson is riding a three-game winning streak in its series with Miami, including wins in 2015, 2017 and 2020 by a combined score of 138-20.
"We want to stay on track this week but there's another big challenge. Miami has a big win over Georgia Tech coming in," head coach Dabo Swinney said. "There are a lot of unknowns about Miami. They have played three quarterbacks. They've got good running backs. They're long on the edge. They have a couple of big receivers. Obviously we know Frank Ladson. They involve their tight ends.
"Defensively, this is a fast, athletic, group. That's what you think of when you think about Miami. They are aggressive and multiple with their coverages. They are mostly a four-down front. They're big, strong, athletic and can run. They have some really good experience in their secondary. We have to play well. They also lead the nation in kickoff return.
A win on Saturday would be Clemson's 10th of the 2022 season and would allow the Tigers to join record-holders Florida State (14 from 1987-2000) and Alabama (14 from 2008-21) as the only FBS programs ever to win 10 or more games in 12 consecutive seasons. Though Saturday's game will not be Clemson's 2022 home finale, Clemson will honor its 2022 senior class prior to the game.
"It's Senior Day this weekend. We want to honor our seniors who have invested a lot of time in our program," Swinney said. "Some guys graduate in three years, some in five. Some get two degrees. It takes a lot of commitment to be able to finish in our program and in all areas. It's always a special week for the parents as well."
"It's always heartfelt and genuine," Swinney added. "We always give our parents the opportunity to speak to their kids in our Friday night meetings. The guys snicker here and there. They'll pop a joke. It gets pretty emotional, too. You're celebrating these guys and their journey and the things they have accomplished. There comes a time when they have to move on. I wish I could keep them forever because you spend so much time with them for years and you're attached to them."
In recent years in which Clemson has hosted its regular season finale against South Carolina, the Tigers have opted to instead honor the group in the game preceding that charged rivalry contest. Clemson's seniors are 43-7 in the last four seasons, the third-most wins in the country in that span behind Alabama (45) and Georgia (44). The group will have the opportunity to become the 11th senior class in Clemson history to win at least three conference championships when it faces North Carolina in the ACC Championship Game on Dec. 3.
A win Saturday would allow the Tigers to finish regular season conference play with a perfect ACC record for the ninth time in program history, joining the 1967 (6- 0), 1978 (6-0), 1981 (6-0), 1982 (6-0), 1983 (7-0), 2015 (8-0), 2018 (8-0) and 2019 (8-0) seasons.
"They have a new coach and they're working their way back," Swinney said. "We'll need a great crowd again. I thought our crowd was a big difference for us last weekend. For us, we need to play our best game. We want momentum and a great fourth quarter to our year. We're looking to clean up mistakes and obviously we need better ball security."
"Beaux was back in practice yeserday. We are working him back in. He's day to day. Tyler Venables is definitely out. Trenton Simpson is day to day. The guy who will be out is Malcolm Greene. He has been battling a groin injury. He has to have that lateral release done, so they're going to go ahead and do that. Greene is done (for the rest of the season). Xavier's surgery went well and he's doing well. Kobe Pace was ready to play last week. He wasn't quite 100-percent and not many are 100-percent this time of year. We just held him last week because of where we were in the game. He got off to a good start last night. He'll be ready to play."
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LADSON — The Coastal Carolina Fair is back this year at Ladson Exchange Park.The annual event returns for 11 days of rides, concessions, exhibitions, games and live entertainment from Oct. 27 to Nov. 6.The fair is a fundraiser by the Exchange Club of Charleston, a chapter of a nationwide organization dedicated to volunteering and serving the community. Established as a fundraiser in 1957, the Coastal Carolina Fair has raised more than $11 million, with the money going directly back to nonprofits in the Lowcountry. The Coa...
LADSON — The Coastal Carolina Fair is back this year at Ladson Exchange Park.
The annual event returns for 11 days of rides, concessions, exhibitions, games and live entertainment from Oct. 27 to Nov. 6.
The fair is a fundraiser by the Exchange Club of Charleston, a chapter of a nationwide organization dedicated to volunteering and serving the community. Established as a fundraiser in 1957, the Coastal Carolina Fair has raised more than $11 million, with the money going directly back to nonprofits in the Lowcountry. The Coastal Carolina Fair is the largest volunteer fair in the United States, according to Donnie Pitts, the new fair president.
There will be at least 10 new rides courtesy of Reithoffer Shows that will be making a debut on the fairgrounds. Those include “The Beast,” which will swing and loop people 360 degrees, and the 126-foot Dutch wheel, the tallest wheel to be at Ladson Exchange Park. Pitts said he thinks the community will be excited about the new rides.
There will also be four days of rodeo events, which include bull riding, bronco riding and barrel racing, said Gary Leonard, the fair’s chair of media and press relations. He said participants can earn points at these rodeo events to qualify for the national rodeo competitions in Las Vegas.
Included at the fair are rides such as the Merry-Go-Round and Tea Cups; food such as tacos, chicken tenders and fries; live music and entertainment featuring Neal McCoy, ERNEST and J. Howell; and competitions, including the fiddle contest and chili cook-off.
Pitts said he anticipates the fair getting an even larger crowd than last year because of growth in the tri-county area.
“We’re growing leaps and bounds every day. A lot of people didn’t even know we had a fair last year because they weren’t here,” Pitts said. “We can tap into that community of newcomers, get them to come out to a family-oriented fair.”
While the fair doesn’t often bring in new food vendors, one new fair treat Pitts and Leonard say to look out for is a cookie-dipped turkey leg.
Both Pitts and Leonard emphasized the importance of safety. The clear bag policy established last year, as well as state-of-the-art metal detectors and extra security, still stand. No weapons are allowed on the fairgrounds, per usual. They said they noticed all three of these had positive effects on the fair experience.
“We’re about being safe, and trying to provide that family-friendly type safe atmosphere, so if I can get that, then I’m thinking (the fair would be) a success,” Pitts said.
In 2021, there were 177,297 attendees at the fair. Leonard attributed a lower attendance to a couple of days being rained out.
The fair still raised over $324,000 and the money was distributed among 63 nonprofits, including Dorchester Habitat for Humanity, Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina and the Larry and Rebecca Collet Foundation.
The fair has switched partners, from Amusements of America — they were partners for over 60 years — to Reithoffer Shows due to the end of the contract cycle.
There are several special deal ticket days. Examples include free admission for military and first responders on Oct. 28 and Nov. 4, and a discounted Seniors Day on Nov. 2.
Also on Nov. 2, the fair is granting free admission with a front page of The Post and Courier from Oct. 30.
A schedule is available at coastalcarolinafair.org/events.
Tickets to the Coastal Carolina Fair can be purchased at the gate. Discounts will be available in advance online at coastalcarolinafair.org/tickets and at local Circle K stores.
Opening Night: Aquarium AglowSouth Carolina Aquarium hosts season two of its mesmerizing holiday experience, Aquarium Aglow, Nov. 18-Dec. 31. Guests can explore the aquarium decorated with tens of thousands of lights and discover the beauty of nature illuminated. Aquarium Aglow promises an even “bigger and brighter” adventure this year, with diverse installations that evoke wonder. While admiring the displays, guests can also purchase food, wine and beer. The Aquarium Aglow series will also host a neighborhood Ne...
Opening Night: Aquarium AglowSouth Carolina Aquarium hosts season two of its mesmerizing holiday experience, Aquarium Aglow, Nov. 18-Dec. 31. Guests can explore the aquarium decorated with tens of thousands of lights and discover the beauty of nature illuminated. Aquarium Aglow promises an even “bigger and brighter” adventure this year, with diverse installations that evoke wonder. While admiring the displays, guests can also purchase food, wine and beer. The Aquarium Aglow series will also host a neighborhood New Year’s Eve celebration this year with face painting, a live DJ and a special ball drop celebration.
Nov. 18. 5:30-9:30 p.m. $22.95-$26.95. South Carolina Aquarium. 100 Aquarium Wharf. Downtown. scaquarium.org
Black Food Truck Festival The Black Food Truck Festival drew more than 11,000 people to its grounds in 2021, and it’s back again this year to bring communities together who want to support delicious local food and live music. Festivalgoers can enjoy diverse fare from 50 food trucks, music from eight regional funk, rock and pop acts, plus a video game truck and a mobile cigar and hookah lounge. Admission is free for kids and there will be an entertainment zone.
Nov. 19-20. 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. $27.33-$64.73. Exchange Park Fairgrounds. 9850 Highway 78. Ladson. Blackfoodtruckfestival.com
Third Thursday at Public Works Art CenterThis week the Public Works Art Center hosts Third Thursday, which means art lovers get a chance to meet featured artists and enjoy a reception with refreshments. This month’s reception celebrates New York-based visual artist Pam Shanley’s textile exhibit, Life is a Party, and Charleston mixed-media artist Taylor Faulkner’s exhibit, Let’s all Be Weird About It.
Nov. 17. 5:30-8:30 p.m. Free. Public Works Art Center. 135 West Richardson Ave. Summerville. publicworksartcenter.org
King BBQ pop-up at PURE Theatre King BBQ will host a pop-up at PURE Theatre before the final 7:30 p.m. performance of Clyde’s, an evocative play that tells the story of a rough-around-the-edges staff that runs a truck stop sandwich shop. Arrive early and enjoy a make-your-own-sandwich station from Jackrabbit Filly owners Shuai and Corrie Wang’s new barbecue fusion concept, King BBQ, which will open spring 2023 in North Charleston.
Nov. 19. Time varies. $45. PURE Theatre. 134 Cannon St. Downtown. puretheatre.org
Oyster Roast and BBQ benefiting Warrior Surf Foundation Fam’s Brewing Co. and Crazy Dutchman Catering offer all-you-can-eat oysters, pork BBQ and sides all day at this annual neighborhood event. The fundraiser benefits Folly Beach nonprofit Warrior Surf Foundation, which provides free surf and wellness programs to veterans. Ticket holders can also enjoy local vendor pop-ups and live music, plus a free pint of beer.
Nov. 20. 1-5 p.m. $45-$55. Fam’s Brewing Co. 1291 Folly Road. Folly. famsbrewingco.com
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