SC, United States
Posted over 1 year ago
James Island
The Volcano Beef bowl from Tamashii is the perfect blend of flavors with just enough spice ūüĆ∂ūüćö
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Mount Pleasant, SC
Posted 5 days ago
The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market
The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market features farm goods, food vendors, and live music. Join us every Tuesday starting in April from 3:30 ‚Äď 7:00 p.m. to pick up your farmers market goods.¬†¬†Free parking.
Calendar May 30, 3:30pm - 7pm
Charleston, SC
Posted about 20 hours ago
The Charleston Pour House
Gimme Hendrix  A Jimi Hendrix Experience Tribute  - Chs Pour House  Deck Stage - 5pm doors  6pm show  2 sets  $12 advance  $12 day of show  Bio:Gimme Hendrix is a multi- award winning tribute band based in Athens, GA. The tribute is to the greatest group of all time, The Jimi Hendrix Experience. The Jimi Hendrix Experience is the best band to come out of the psychedelic 60’s, whose movement not only changed the decade, but redefined the way music would be played forever. The sound was an amazing blend of blues, soul, r&b, jazz, rock and many other genres of music. No one had heard anything like it before Jimi Hendrix’s priceless contribution.
Calendar Jun 2, 6pm - 7pm
Charleston, SC
Posted about 20 hours ago
The Charleston Museum
An evening of adventure awaits you at Nighttime at the Museum! Watch the past come alive as ¬†you explore the galleries after-hours with your flashlight. Discover figures from history, special ¬†displays, craft activities, and an exclusive scavenger hunt. Join us for a night of fun for the ¬†whole family! Nighttime at the Museum is appropriate for children of all ages and the young at ¬†heart. Guests are encouraged to wear their favorite costumes and bring flashlights.¬† The Don Sazon food truck and Life Raft Treats will be on site for purchase. Space is limited. Reservations required.¬† $15 Museum Member Adult | $25 Non-Member Adult¬† $5 Museum Member Child| $10 Non-Member Child Register online or call 843.722.2996 ext. 235.¬† Nature Trailers Summer Camp at the Dill Sanctuary¬† June 5th ‚Äď June 9th, 9:00 am ‚Äď 12:00 pm¬†¬† Surround yourself with nature at The Charleston Museum‚Äôs Dill Sanctuary, a 580-acre wildlife ¬†sanctuary located on James Island along the Stono River. Campers get down and dirty ¬†exploring a marsh ecosystem and tracking animals along the trail while learning about ¬†archaeology, life in a marsh, Native Americans, and animals. Nature Trailer Summer Camps are ¬†for ages 5 ‚Äď 10 and include crafts, activities, and admission to the Dill Sanctuary from 9 am ¬†through 12 pm.¬† Reservations required. Cancellations must be requested one week in advance for a ¬†refund minus $50 administration fee.¬† $170 Museum Members | $220 Non-Members¬† For more information, call 843.722.2996 ext. 236.¬† Kid Tours: A Legacy in Silk¬†¬† June 7th, 2023: 3:30 ‚Äď 4:30 pm¬†¬† Discover the story of the girl who helped to bring indigo to Charleston. Enjoy the rare ¬†opportunity to view Eliza‚Äôs gown and some of her personal belongings. Kid Tours is a series ¬†designed to highlight artifacts from our collection that have fascinated children for years. Kid ¬†Tours meet every Wednesday during the months of June and July at 3:30 pm. This program ¬†includes a tour highlighting the weekly theme and an engaging craft project or educational ¬†activity.¬† FREE for Members and FREE with admission to The Charleston Museum.¬† Fossil Friday with the Natural History Department¬† June 9th, 3:30 ‚Äď 4:30 pm¬† Join Matthew Gibson, Curator of Natural History, or Jessie Peragine, Natural History Curatorial ¬†Assistant, on Fridays from 3:30 ‚Äď 4:30 PM in the Bunting Natural History Gallery lab. They will be ¬†on hand to share projects currently being worked on and to help identify your fossil finds.¬† FREE for Members and FREE with admission to The Charleston Museum.¬† Sweetgrass Basket Weaving Workshop with Local Artisan Sarah Edwards-Hammond June 10th, 9:30 a.m. ‚Äď 1:30 p.m.¬† Join local artisan Sarah Edwards-Hammond for in-depth instruction on sweetgrass ¬†basketry which has been an integral part of the Lowcountry‚Äôs Gullah Geechee ¬†community since the 17th century. Edwards-Hammond comes from a long line of basket ¬†makers and has passed down the tradition to her family and others in the community. ¬†She will share a brief history of the artisanal craft of basket making. Participants will ¬†then spend the remainder of the class making their own basket guided by Edwards Hammond. Come learn about an extraordinary craft that has been a staple of culture, ¬†art, and history in Charleston for centuries. All materials and instruction will be provided.¬† Space is limited. Reservations required.¬† $75 Museum Members | $105 Non-Members¬† Register online or call 843.722.2996 ext. 235¬† Nature Trailers Summer Camp at the Dill Sanctuary¬† June 12th ‚Äď June 16th, 9:00 am ‚Äď 12:00 pm¬†¬† Surround yourself with nature at The Charleston Museum‚Äôs Dill Sanctuary, a 580-acre wildlife ¬†sanctuary located on James Island along the Stono River. Campers get down and dirty ¬†exploring a marsh ecosystem and tracking animals along the trail while learning about ¬†archaeology, life in a marsh, Native Americans, and animals. Nature Trailer Summer Camps are ¬†for ages 5 ‚Äď 10 and include crafts, activities, and admission to the Dill Sanctuary from 9 am ¬†through 12 pm.¬† Reservations required. Cancellations must be requested one week in advance for a ¬†refund minus $50 administration fee.¬† $170 Museum Members | $220 Non-Members¬† For more information, call 843.722.2996 ext. 236.¬† ***Sold out. Please contact Elise Reagan, Chief of Education, at 843-722-2996 ext. 236 ¬†or [email protected] to be added to the waitlist.***¬† Members-only Sneak Peak Tour: America‚Äôs First Museum: 250 Years of Collecting,¬† Preserving, and Educating Part 2¬† June 14th, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. On January 12, 2023 The celebrated 250 years since its founding ¬†in 1773. To commemorate this milestone, join us for a special highlight exhibit ¬†showcasing 250 years of the Museum‚Äôs collection.¬† On June 14, 2023 Museum Members will have the exclusive opportunity to ¬†tour America‚Äôs First Museum: 250 Years of Collecting, Preserving, and Educating Part ¬†2 before it opens to the public. See what it takes to create a special exhibition from start ¬†to finish! Guests will get a behind-the-scenes look at the Museum workroom as the ¬†curators finish their final touches on Part 2 of this year-long exhibit. Then make your ¬†way to the 250th highlights exhibit in the Historic Textiles Gallery and be the first to see ¬†this once in a lifetime creation. Chief of Collections Jennifer McCormick, Curator ¬†of Historical Archaeology Martha Zierden, Curator of Natural History Matthew ¬†Gibson, Curator of Historic Textiles Virginia Theerman, and Curator of History Chad ¬†Stewart will all be on hand to answer questions and provide a guided tour of the ¬†workroom and Historic Textiles Gallery.¬† This program is FREE and exclusively for current Museum Members. Not a Museum ¬†Member, yet? Join today! Reservations required.¬† Register online or call 843.722.2996 ext. 235¬† Kid Tours: Alligators, Crocodiles, - Oh My!¬†¬† June 14th, 2023: 3:30 pm ‚Äď 4:30 pm¬†¬† Alligators and crocodiles have called the Lowcountry home for millions of years. Discover the ¬†remains of a crocodile that lived over 50 million years ago, and compare this creature to modern ¬†day reptiles. Kid Tours is a series designed to highlight artifacts from our collection that have ¬†fascinated children for years. Kid Tours meet every Wednesday during the months of June and ¬†July at 3:30 pm. This program includes a tour highlighting the weekly theme and an engaging ¬†craft project or educational activity.¬† FREE for Members and FREE with admission to The Charleston Museum.¬† Fossil Friday with the Natural History Department¬† June 16th, 3:30 ‚Äď 4:30 pm¬† Join Matthew Gibson, Curator of Natural History, or Jessie Peragine, Natural History Curatorial ¬†Assistant, on Fridays from 3:30 ‚Äď 4:30 PM in the Bunting Natural History Gallery lab. They will be ¬†on hand to share projects currently being worked on and to help identify your fossil finds.¬† FREE for Members and FREE with admission to The Charleston Museum. America‚Äôs First Museum: 250 Years of Collecting, Preserving and Educating, Part 2 opens to the public¬†¬† June 17th, 2023: 9:00 am ‚Äď 5:00 pm¬†¬† Commemorating two and a half centuries since its founding and spanning nearly 4.6 billion ¬†years of history, we are pleased to present America‚Äôs First Museum: 250 Years of Collecting, ¬†Preserving, and Educating in the Historic Textiles Gallery. This year-long exhibit will feature a ¬†wide array of objects that tell the story of this impressive institution and its remarkable ¬†collections.¬† Part two will showcase a church pew made by enslaved hands measuring 20 feet in length, ¬†centuries old Archaic carved bone pins, a skull from the largest known flying bird and a couture ¬†Fortuny gown.¬†
Calendar Jun 2, 6pm - 8pm
Charleston, SC
Posted 3 days ago
Marion Square
The 45th annual Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Art Exhibition presents the work of 60 fine art artists in a free open-air venue the entire family can enjoy. Marion Square is transformed into a beautiful open-air fine art market as South Carolina artists exhibit and personally sell their work. Visitors have a unique opportunity to watch daily painting demonstrations and to personally connect with the artists who are on site for the exhibition’s duration.
Calendar May 30 - Jun 10
Charleston, SC
Posted 3 days ago
Theatre 99
Laughway to the Weekend - Come laugh it up with us half way to the weekend! This improv comedy show will feature 3 acts of hilarious improv comedy. Wednesday nights are a Charleston tradition that feature long form improv comedy.¬† Every show is different and completely based on audience suggestions. Show is appropriate for 15 years and older. It is not ‚Äúfamily friendly.‚Ä̬† Runtime is 90 ‚Äď 105 minutes.
Calendar May 31, 8pm - 9:30pm