Kara's Blog


Come have lunch - and enjoy the concert!

What:  Lunchtime Concert Series 

                listen to the music

When:  Jan - May.   Third Thursday of each month

Time:  12:00 noon

Where:  First Presbyterian Church, in the sanctuary.    Corner of Laurens Street/Barnwell Ave - Downtown Aiken, SC

Cost:   the concert is FREE..... lunch available for $8/per person.


More Info:  803-642-7119 for information and to make reservations.


Say hi if you see me there!!     


I wasn't born here but Aiken sure feels like home!  Come see for yourself.  What are you waiting for?


Kara Casamassina, Broker In Charge

International Property Management Group, LLC

Downtown Aiken SC.

Thanks for stopping by - come back again! 

Give me a call if I can be of any assistance with your Aiken area property search.


I wasn't born here but Aiken feels like home. Come see for yourself!  

What are you waiting for?!!

Give us a call when you're ready to call Aiken home, too!


International Property Management Group, LLC

Aiken SC. 29801.



Comment balloon 5 commentsKara Casamassina • January 26 2009 02:20PM


Hi Kara-In addition to this post which is terrific. You sure do a great job of letting us all know what is happening in Aiken. I also read your post about the MeMe. I loved your second one about learning Italian. I hope your prince does come and sweep you away and you'll live happily ever after. Have a great evening. Until next time take care.

Posted by Sharon Lee, Retired and loving life (Sharon Lee's Virtual Assistance) over 11 years ago

I switched from Catholicism to Presbyterianism way back in 1977 because of the Presbyterian music program. They had a Chancel Choir, a Women's Ensemble, a Women's Choir, a Men's Ensemble, a Men's Choir, a Youth Choir, a Young Adults Choir, and a Bell Choir. Lunch concerts were the norm, not to mention regular Sunday evening concerts by any choir or combination of choirs. Music is the International Language. Unfortunately, too many schools don't recognize that fact in today's world as the arts classes are the first to get cut in a budget crisis, leaving rap and hip-top to fill in as music, which, with it's anger and foul language, it does not do well.

Posted by Russel Ray, San Diego Business & Marketing Consultant & Photographer (Russel Ray) over 11 years ago

Thanks Sharon - a prince would be nice, but there is always the chance that I will earn enough to get it myself :)    Have a good night.

Hey Russel -  I hope things are well for y'all.  My sister switched the other way before she got married.   Anyway it really sucks that art is one of the fist things to be cut in schools, like you said.  VH1 has a 'save the music' fundraiser to help keep the arts going in school.   

Posted by Kara Casamassina, Boomers and beyond (International Property Management Group, LLC) over 11 years ago

Really really enjoy your Aiken Blogs!



Posted by Cindy Hartpence (Edisto Real Estate Company) over 11 years ago

awe thanks Cindy!   Thanks alot :)      I'll get to Edisto one of these days !

Posted by Kara Casamassina, Boomers and beyond (International Property Management Group, LLC) over 11 years ago