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Earth Day Event at Kings Mountain Preserve

Kings Mountain Preserve, in Blacksburg, South Carolina, will present its first annual Earth Day Festival from noon to 6 p.m. on April 24. The free, family, fun event will provide attendees the opportunity to check out their newly opened preserve along with enjoying live music by the West End String Band.

The preserve has joined with the Robertson Funeral and Cremation Service, in Charlotte, to become the East Coast's first combination Conservation Burial Ground and Funeral Home. 

“This unique combination allows us to provide the most economical and environmentally friendly services for your loved one from the moment of their passing until the conclusion of the burial,” says Kings Mountain Preserve’s owner Terry Robertson.

“The beauty and majesty of the Kings Mountain Preserve cannot be overstated,” he adds. “It transcends what is offered through traditional cemeteries by offering a final resting place amongst the trees, wildflowers, ferns and meadows of Kings Mountain Preserve. Access to these areas is provided with approximately three miles of scenic hiking trails. Native stones which can be engraved mark the graves.”

 

Location: 321 Indian Springs Rd. For more information and to schedule a tour or a consult, call 877-375-2495, email [email protected] or visit KingsMountainPreserve.com.

Kings Mountain Preserve - 321 Indian Springs Rd Blacksburg SC

Kings Mountain Preserve - 321 Indian Springs Rd, Blacksburg, SC

Kings Mountain Preserve is a 36-acre green burial ground in Blacksburg, SC located approximately 20 minutes from Historic Kings Mountain State Park. The property boasts majestic hardwoods... Read More » 

 

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