If you are looking for something fun to do with the family on Labor Day Monday, well the 35th annual Chapin Labor Day Festival is the place to be. The theme this year is "Hooked On Chapin". The parade, featuring the Chapin High School Marching Band, starts at 9:30. Following that is the Chapin Champions Annual Talent Contest. There will be vendors, crafts, food, a library book sale, amusement park area and much more.
We will be at the corner of Clark and Beaufort Streets under the "Exit Realty" tent. We will have decorated cookies (while supplies last, only 200)for the kids and other goodies for the adults. Come by and check us out and find out what Exit Midlands Realty can do for you to help you market and sell your home. If you are a first time buyer we can set you up with the information you need to get started and start looking for that dream home.
Chapin, SC is known as "The Capital of Lake Murray" and with good reason. The residents of Chapin enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with the convenience of the city. Columbia, SC is just a quick 20 minute drive and shopping is even closer.You are embarking on an exciting journey, be sure that you find agents that will take time and share your enthusiasm during this process.
EXIT Midlands Realty is a full service real estate firm dedicated to assisting our clients with the purchase and sale of real estate in the Greater Columbia Area. We were founded in 2005 and quickly grew into one of the most innovative and knowledgeable firms in and around Columbia. Our staff is made up of full time professional agents that are dedicated to the profession of listing and selling real estate.
Call one of our experienced agents to assist you with your real estate needs. It would be an honor to work with you.
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