The Colonel’s Club Boil & Brew Returns for Fifth Year in 2023
Support a great cause by enjoying local craft beer, live music and an all-you-can-eat Lowcountry boil! Tickets are now available for the fundraising event, which takes place on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 4-8pm at the Anne Springs Close Greenway.
General admission tickets are available at $55 each, with children’s tickets (ages 5-12) available at $15. Children ages 4 and younger receive free admission. Elevate your experience with the Brew Trail Experience ticket at $85. More information about ticket levels is available on the website.
In addition to a mouthwatering Lowcountry boil, ticketholders will enjoy live music by Kris Hitchcock and children’s activities, including lawn games and reptile encounters.
The Colonel’s Club, a men’s philanthropic and social group that aims to support and promote the Greenway, has pledged all funds raised toward a new mountain bike skills track. The skills track will give summer campers, young visitors and novices of all ages a place to practice their skills and increase confidence before biking Greenway trails.
“The Colonel’s Club is proud to use this as a launching point to fundraise for a new recreational amenity to the Greenway. The Skills Park will enhance membership and provide another opportunity to engage youth in outdoor recreation activities. Events like Boil & Brew help to make improvements like this possible, and we know it will be well received by our summer camp community and membership at large.”Shea Maple, Senior Advancement Manager for the Anne Springs Close Greenway
Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs for lawn style seating. No tents, portable heaters, glass or outside alcohol allowed. Well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome to attend. Visit the website or call 803.547.4575 for more details.
GREENWAY: Since 1995, the Anne Springs Close Greenway has provided a place for the community to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. The 2,100-acre nature park located in Fort Mill, SC offers 40 miles of trails and eight event venues, along with three off-site venues maintained by sister properties. The Greenway is owned and operated by Leroy Springs & Company Inc., a 501(c)3 organization that receives no government funding for its ongoing operations and programs.