Toy shopping just got a little more magical for children and families of the Lowcountry…
We’ve moved our Mount Pleasant location into a bigger, beautiful space! And the best part: we get to stay in the Belle Hall Shopping Center (624 Long Point Rd.), just 80 feet down the sidewalk from our old location. We love our friends and neighbors and are so happy to have found the perfect new home in the same neighborhood!
You’re all invited to our Open House Celebration at this brand-new location THIS WEEKEND, March 10th-12th. Meet local authors, artists, and child entrepreneurs, enjoy free raffles and giveaways, and register for Birthday Parties, Classes, and Camps!
“Finally, our Mt. Pleasant store is in a location large enough to handle all the magic it creates,” said owner Christine Osborne. “Our new space offers shoppers an expanded local section, featuring toys and gifts made by local artisans. Developing local vendors and child entrepreneurs is one of the many ways we give back to a community that supports us so strongly; we’re all about spreading the local love at Wonder Works!”
Complete with a Fun Room for hosting Birthday Parties, enrichment classes, and camps of all kinds, our new Mt. Pleasant location is a truly magical destination. And while we’ve always encouraged hands-on play, more space to spread out means more to love for all ages of imagination! Children and adults can bounce on an 8-foot-tall Jungle Jumparoo, walk a Peppy Pup around the store, race on a Micro Kickboard scooter, and engage with hundreds of toys waiting to be touched, felt, and played with, inspiring creativity and a sense of wonder. “Experiential Play at Wonder Works is essential to providing the local community with the best play opportunities in the nation,” Osborne said.
Exclusive Open House Activities!
Tate Nation will be signing copies of his new Cooper River Bridge Run puzzle, as well as copies of his books “Yo, Millard Fillmore!” and “Yo, Sacramento!,” both celebrating their 25th anniversary this year, on Friday, March 10, from 11am to 1pm and 4 to 7pm. Clay Rice will be cutting silhouettes on Saturday, March 11, from 11am to 1pm and 2 to 4pm. Saturday will also feature local child entrepreneurs such as William Manzi of Lowcountry Lures and Maggie Pusser of Infinitely Maggie. Author Jonathan Miller will sign copies of his Adventures of Sammy the Wonder Dachshund series on Sunday, March 12th from 11am to 3pm. Birthday party, class, and camp registration will be open all weekend, and one giant plush teddy bear will be given away each day.
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