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Charleston County Parks’ Inclusive Prom Returns

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Charleston County Parks’ Inclusive Prom Returns

For Charleston County residents, it’s time to polish your dancing shoes as Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission announces the return of their annual inclusive prom slated for August 10.

Disco-Themed Night to Remember

Dance enthusiasts will be thrilled to know that this year’s event is disco-themed, inviting community members to time travel to the glamorous 70s. Participants are urged to embrace the theme by donning bell bottoms, feather boas, sequins, and all things glittering and groovy. The event promises to be an immersive experience, with memorable dancing to the tunes spun by the event’s DJ.

All-Inclusive Event

In line with the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission’s commitment to inclusivity, this 70s themed prom opens its doors to all community members, regardless of their abilities. Friends and families of participants are equally welcome, reinforcing the community spirit that the event aims to promote. It allows participants to interact, bond and create lasting memories while celebrating diversity and unity.

Venue and Timings

The inclusive prom will be held at the Mount Pleasant Town Hall Gym, located at 100 Ann Edwards Ln. The event is scheduled to run from 6 to 8 p.m., providing two hours full of disco dancing and fun interactions.

Registration Details

The registration fee is set at $4 per person if registered early, and $5 per person on the event day. This fee ensures all attendees have access to all the activities on offer during the prom. Chaperones are an integral part of the event too, however, they are required to be in attendance free of charge with a registered participant./p>

Making Memories Last

The forthcoming inclusive prom is more than just an opportunity to dance and enjoy. It’s an event that strengthens community ties, promotes inclusivity, and guarantees a memorable night for all attendees. Indeed, it’s an epitome of Charleston’s vibrant community life that cherishes unity in diversity.

In the final analysis, the inclusive prom organized by The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission is an eagerly anticipated social event, offering a space where community members can come together and create wonderful memories while they dance the night away. The event’s clear focus on inclusion lends it a unique warmth, proving yet again that in Charleston County, there is always room on the dance floor for everyone.

Charleston County Parks’ Inclusive Prom Returns

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