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Every morning, our residents wake up to another opportunity to live the active and independent life they love. With a variety of activities available, we’re proud to not only cultivate passions for hobbies but to also offer a chance for residents to try something new.

The Heritage at Lowman keeps the six dimensions of wellness—physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional, occupational, and social—at the forefront when planning community-wide outings and on-campus activities.

Our full-time chaplain is available for devotionals, worship services, and guidance so residents can experience a deeper walk in their spiritual and emotional journey. Residents also enjoy the many dining options and menus available knowing that their choice will always be physically nutritious and delicious.

The Heritage at Lowman plans many outings to museums and cultural events so residents can experience the intellectual, occupational, and social engagement which is synonymous with our community, or residents can choose to stay closer to home with our popular lecture and concert series held right on campus.

With numerous opportunities to stay active and healthy through community engagement and our well-equipped fitness center, residents are free to live the retirement they enjoy on their own terms.

Upcoming Events

Capital City Brass Quintet

Sunday, January 13 at 3:00PM
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The CCBQ can cater to a wide audience and is comfortable playing a variety of musical styles. This group brings a wealth of musical experience and talent to the Chamber Music genre in the Midlands of South Carolina. The group consists of Doug Leadbitter (trumpet), Jason Ortiz (trumpet), Holly Beeson (horn), Brain Wargel (trombone), and Allen Kaiser (Tuba).

Huiyan Liang & Miguel Hijer, Piano & Flute

Sunday, February 10 at 3:00PM
the Heritage at Lowman - New Life Chapel

Huiyun Liang is a D.M.A. candidate in Piano Pedagogy at the University of South Carolina. As a chamber musician, she performed at the 2017 Vianden Festival in Luxembourg. Featured as “Emerging Piano Pedagogue” in 2015 by Hong Kong Commercial Daily. Miguel Hijar has premiered and performed contemporary works with the USF New Music Consortium and New Music Conflagration. In 2017 he was awarded third prize in the South Carolina Flute Society Young Artist Competition. He is currently the recipient of a Woodwind Fellowship at the University of South Carolina.

Sarah Land & Ryan Knott, Violin & Cello

Sunday, March 17 at 3:00PM
the Heritage at Lowman - New Life Chapel

Violinist Sarah Land is a recent Summa cum Laude graduate of the University of South Carolina. During her collegiate career, Sarah was assistant concertmaster of the USC Symphony and violinist of the ARSnova Piano Trio, which placed as finalists in the Regional MTNA Chamber Music division. She teaches violin and concertizes with orchestras around the Southeast. Ryan Knott holds a Bachelor’s degree in music performance from the University of South Carolina School of Music. He is a founding member of the ARSnova Trio, and performs with the South Carolina Philharmonic, Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, and Long Bay Symphony.