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LOLT Farm to Table Supper

On Sunday, June 29th the Lowcountry Open Land Trust will host a Farm to Table dinner to benefit the future of the Angel Oak Preserve.  The Ambrose Family of Johns Island will be donating and preparing a local supper straight from their farm. The event will be held at their house in Rockville on Adam’s Creek and will include a lovely Lowcountry evening with delicious fare, cocktails and music from 6:00-9:00 PM.

We are thrilled to announce that this is a sold out event and we look forward to celebrating on Sunday! See below for directions and a map to the event. Please call the Land Trust if you have any questions, 843-577-6510.

Driving directions:  Drive South on Maybank Highway (SC 700) toward Wadmalaw Island and Rockville.  Turn right onto Rockland Avenue.  The Ambrose residence is located on the right at 2414 Rockland Avenue.

 

 

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