Location

Charleston
March 28-29,2017

The Mills House Hotel
115 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401

Hotel Information:

The Mills House – Wyndham Grand Hotel
(where the Conference is being held)
115 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401

For Reservations: 843-577-2400

Rates $314+ per night
Book now while rooms are available!

Days Inn Historic District
155 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401

For Reservations: 800-219-9272

Rates $150+
Book now while rooms are available!

Hampton Inn Charleston – Historic District
345 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29403

For Reservations: 843-723-4000

Rates $229+
Book now while rooms are available!

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Conference Location:

What's Nearby?

St. Michael’s Episcopal Church

charleston, sc

Established in 1761, St. Michael's is one of the oldest buildings in Charleston. Aside from a minor restoration project in the 1880s, the structure is a magnificent example of genuine 18th century architecture. Throughout the years the church has functioned as a lighthouse for sailors, a watchtower for soldiers, and a place of prayer for locals. Located Downtown on Broad Street. 

Charleston City Market

Take a stroll through a bygone era in this Old South market located in historic Downtown Charleston. This concourse of vendors offers original clothing, custom leather works, homestyle food, and regional souvenirs. A must-see are the "basket ladies" who are famous for their baskets woven with local materials in the West African style. Located on Meeting Street, this is an ideal place to do some light shopping and enjoy some Southern charm on the side. 

Fort Sumter

fort sumter

In 1861, decades of animosity between the North and the South reached its tipping point when Confederate artillery opened fire on Fort Sumter, beginning the Civil War. Although it was the setting for many battles, For Sumter still stands in Charleston Harbor where visitors can see cannons actually used in combat and gain insight into the fort’s trivia from local park service historians. The fort can only be accessed by boat so take a walk to the docks just minutes from the Mills House Hotel and see where the Civil War began.