First Flush FesTEAval

6617 Maybank HWY

Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

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Phone: (843) 559-0383

City: Wadmalaw Island

Region: Coastal & Islands

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First Flush FesTEAval

Join Charleston Tea Plantation for the First Flush Festival. Each spring Mother Nature awakens the tea plants to another growing season. Bring a blanket or chair and come celebrate for a full day of fun, food, live music, games, relaxation and friendship. Observe the process of making tea in the factory and take the bus tour of the plantation.

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