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CALENDAR, Jan. 2+:  Talks on WestEdge, Hamilton and Laurens

CALENDAR, Jan. 2+: Talks on WestEdge, Hamilton and Laurens

Maher to speak: Noon, Jan. 5, 2017, Hall’s Chophouse, 434 King St., Charleston. Michael Maher, CEO of the Horizon Project Foundation, will speak about his organizations guidance of the multi-million WestEdge development project…

Also: Save the Light oyster roast; new talk on Laurens and Hamilton; new exhibit at Gibbes.

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CALENDAR, Dec. 19+:  Lots going on at Marion Square

CALENDAR, Dec. 19+: Lots going on at Marion Square

Holiday Festival of Lights:  Continues nightly through Jan. 1, James Island County Park, James Island.  The 27th presentation of the annual festival features an estimated two million shimmering lights.  It’s one of the top 10 holiday light shows in the nation. Underneath the Lintel:  Through Dec. 23, 477 King St., Charleston.  PURE Theatre will offer “Underneath the Lintel” as its holiday production in lieu of another […]

by · 12/19/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Dec. 12+: Lots of holiday events going on

CALENDAR, Dec. 12+: Lots of holiday events going on

Holiday Festival of Lights: Continues nightly through Jan. 1, James Island County Park, James Island. The 27th presentation of the annual festival features an estimated two million shimmering lights. It’s one of the top 10 holiday light shows in the nation. Also on tap — holiday-related plays and some great events in Marion Square.

by · 12/11/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Dec. 5+:  Lots of holiday events, more

CALENDAR, Dec. 5+: Lots of holiday events, more

Click this link for lots of holiday events in the coming weeks, including three performances by local theater companies.

by · 12/05/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Nov. 28+:  From feasting and browsing to viewing productions

CALENDAR, Nov. 28+: From feasting and browsing to viewing productions

Several events are on tap this week: A Yuletide Madrigal Feast at the College of Charleston, That Holiday Book Sale in Mount Pleasant, White Christmas, Nuncrackers and more

by · 11/28/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR:  Starting to ring in the cheer

CALENDAR: Starting to ring in the cheer

On the calendar: Yuletide on the Ashley this weekend, followed by Yuletide Madrigal Feast, That Holiday Book Sale, Open house at Central Mosque, and Tom Tisdale’s new book launch.

by · 11/21/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Nov. 14+:  World orchard, chili, more

CALENDAR, Nov. 14+: World orchard, chili, more

On the calendar for Nov. 14, 2016, and beyond: World orchard, chili and more. If you have an event for our calendar, send it along.

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CALENDAR, Nov. 7+:  From runs to books and more

CALENDAR, Nov. 7+: From runs to books and more

Holiday of Lights Fun Run: Nov. 9 and 10. Registration is open for a sneak peek at this year’s Holiday of Lights for participants in a Fun Run, a two-mile, non-competitive event held on these two nights. Gates close to traffic at 6:30 p.m., so arrive in time. To register and learn more, click here.

(NEW) YALLFest, Nov. 11-12, locations downtown. Young adults and YA writers will invade downtown in the world’s largest YA book festival. Centering in the Upper King Street area around Blue Bicycle Books, the festival has some of the best writers in the world. Lots of rules and conditions. Lots of stuff already sold out But check it out here.

by · 11/07/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Oct 31+:  Dracula is hanging around all week, more

CALENDAR, Oct 31+: Dracula is hanging around all week, more

On the calendar for Oct. 31, 2016 and beyond: Dracula play continues through Nov 6; Harvest Festival and Party fot the Parks, both on Nov. 5; Holiday of Lights Fun Run on Nov. 9; much more…

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Photo by Michael Kaynard.

CALENDAR, Oct. 24+: From Dracula to harvest and holidays

Most of the coming weekend will be taken up with thrills and chills from Halloween celebrations.  But the weekend that follows will have festivals and parties.   On the calendar: Dracula, King of Vampires:  Through Nov. 6, Dock Street Theatre, 135 Church St., Charleston.  Charleston Stage will present an original reimagining of Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula just in time for Halloween at the […]

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