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Lowcountry Arts and Events | Calendar


EDITOR’S NOTE: These calendar listings include Lowcountry arts and entertainment events that will be held both online and in person. To submit an event, go to www.postandcourier.com/events


Linda Gradstein: What’s new in Israel?

What: Join award-winning journalist Linda Gradstein for a fascinating conversation about her work. Gradstein was NPR’s Jerusalem correspondent for 20 years. She now teaches journalism at NYU-Tel Aviv and is a Voice of America correspondent in Jerusalem. Attend in person or watch online via Zoom.

When: 10 a.m. on February 27

Where: Arnold Hall, 96 Wentworth St., Charleston

Price: Free

More information: 843-953-5682, bit.ly/3GLTuFn, [email protected]

Sunday Brunch Farmer’s Market

What: The Sunday Brunch Farmers Market is a 100% local market, with over 40 local farmers and artisans. The market offers a full bar, live music, delicious food, and all kinds of local produce and amazing treats.

When: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday

Where: The Pour House, 1977 Maybank Hwy., Charleston

Price: Free

More info: 843-735-2275, sundaybrunchfarmersmarket.com

Hatha & Houblon Brasserie Yoga

What: Stop by Two Blokes Brewing every Sunday to lean, breathe, and enjoy a beer with veteran yoga instructor and bartender Kristen Kos. Children welcome.

When: 11 a.m. Sunday

Where: Two Blokes Brewing, 547 Long Point Road Ste. 101 Mount Pleasant

Price: $12 to $15

More info: 843-654-5464, [email protected]

Cotton, indigo and clay griots

What: More than 100 commissioned artworks from dark fiber artists from across the Lowcountry and beyond will be on display, showcasing stories of self-reliance on land and spiritual and cultural recovery.

When: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on February 27

Where: City Gallery at Waterfront Park, 34 Prioleau Street, Charleston

Price: Free

More info: 843-958-6484, citygalleryatwaterfrontpark.com

‘Die Zauberflöte’

What: Experience Mozart’s classic fairy tale performed by the College of Charleston’s Drama, Music and Dance Departments in collaboration with the Charleston Symphony. The opera will be sung in German with dialogues and surtitles in English.

When: 2 p.m. February 27

Where: Sottile Theater, 44 George St., Charleston

Price: $15 to $40

More info: 843-953-4726, bit.ly/3HVP2FI

West Ashley Restaurant Festival

What: Sample local cuisine at the third annual West Ashley Restaurant Festival, featuring Triangle Char and Bar, Poke Burri Sushi, Verde, Brukes Coffee and more. Educators who work at any school in West Ashley enter for free.

When: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on February 27

Where: Triangle Char and Bar, 828 Savannah Hwy., Charleston

Price: $20

More info: bit.ly/3v26WTp, Instagram @westashleychamber

Folly Beach Sea and Sand Festival

What: Get your flip flops ready for Folly’s oldest festival this weekend and see who can build the best sandcastle at the Tides Hotel. Foly residents enter for free.

When: 9 a.m. on February 27

Where: Tides Folly Beach, 1 Center St.

Price: $9 in advance, $15 at the door

More info: bit.ly/3oM7ado


African American Studies Film Festival

What: Join the College of Charleston’s African American Studies program for a screening of “Battle for Black Lands.” Complimentary refreshments and a faculty-led discussion will follow.

When: 6 p.m. February 28

Where: Room 118, Education Center, 25 St. Philip St., Charleston

Price: Free

More information: 843-953-5316, bit.ly/3GYdKUw


What: Learn about birds and bird conservation at the art exhibits spread across the Joseph Manigault House, Dewberry Hotel, and Garden & Gun cigar factory offices. At the Maison Joseph Manigault, enter a spectacular avian menagerie inspired by 19th century artist-naturalists.

When: Until April 3

Where: The Joseph Manigault House, 350 Meeting St., Charleston

Price: Free

More info: 843-722-2996, gardenandgun.com/birdwatching


Inclusive virtual yoga for kids

What: Participants will participate in activities that focus on breathing, laughter, movement and stillness. This four-part series is inclusive and open to all abilities. Family members and caregivers can participate at no additional cost.

When: 4:15 p.m. on March 1, 8, 15 and 22

Price: $10/class, $32/full program

More information: 843-795-4386, bit.ly/34V72BF, [email protected]

Book discussion

What: CCPL’s Not Fiction virtual book club will discuss “I Was Buried Under Years of Dust: A Memoir of Autism and Hope” by Valerie Gilpeer and Emily Grodin.

When: 6:30 p.m. on March 1

Price: Free

More information: bit.ly/34OLK8X


SC Consumer Department: Identity Theft and Scams

What: Identity theft can happen to anyone. Learn the steps you can take to protect yourself, how to know if you’re a victim, and how to get help if identity theft occurs.

When: 1 p.m. on March 2

Where: Main Library, 68 Calhoun Street, Charleston

Price: Free

More information: 843-805-6885, bit.ly/3H6FmXo

Tours for children: the first ladies

What: Learn fun facts about the women of the White House and check out Madame Alexander’s First Ladies doll collection. Kid Tours is a series designed to showcase artifacts from the museum’s collection that have fascinated children for years.

When: 3:30 p.m. on March 2

Where: The Museum of Charleston, 360 Meeting St., Charleston

Price: Free with entry

More information: 843-722-2996, charlestonmuseum.org, [email protected]

barn jam

What: Join Awendaw Green every Wednesday at Barn Jam, an outdoor concert featuring different bands performing original music. This week will feature Peter Leahy, Duane Cliatt, Moonlight Ale, Swamp Rats, Minka and Brennan Mitchell.

When: 5:50 p.m. Wednesday

Where: Sewee Outpost, 4853 US 17 North, Awendaw

Price: $10

More information: awendawgreen.com/barn-jams, [email protected]

Charleston Wine + Gastronomy 2022

What: The Wine and Food Festival returns to Charleston to celebrate all things culinary. Visit the website for a full list of events taking place.

When: March 2-6

Where: Riverfront Park, 1061 Everglades Ave., North Charleston

Price: Varies by event

More info: www.charlestonwineandfood.com


Faith and Climate Change Conference

What: The 5th Annual Interfaith Council of Charleston Interfaith Conference Series will be held March 3-5. In the keynote, Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim from Yale University will discuss ecospirituality and ecojustice. A light vegan dinner will follow. All events are free and available virtually. Visit the website for the full schedule of events.

When: 6:30 p.m. on March 3

Where: Second Presbyterian Church, 324 Meeting St., Charleston

Price: Free

More info: bit.ly/climateandfaithchs, [email protected]

The sound of Charleston

What: Come listen to the music that is part of Charleston’s history. Gospel spirituals, jazz, music by George Gershwin, Civil War camp songs and light classics are featured in 75-minute live concerts at the historic Circular Church in downtown Charleston.

When: 7 p.m. on March 3

Where: Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting St., Charleston

Price: $26 to $28

More info: 843-270-4903, soundofcharleston.com, [email protected]

“Ben Butler”

What: When a runaway slave shows up at Fort Monroe demanding refuge, General Benjamin Butler faces an impossible moral dilemma: follow the letter of the law or make a game-changing move that could alter the course. of American history. Stream performances March 11 and 12 on broadwayondemand.com.

When: 7:30 p.m. from March 3 to 5 and from March 10 to 12

Where: Cannon Street Arts Center, 134 Cannon St., Charleston

Price: $25 to $40

More information: 843-723-4444, puretheatre.org/ben-butler


In nature

What: See new work by Jill Corless at her show’s opening reception. His pastel paintings depicting many rare and endangered species will be exhibited from March 4 to 31.

When: 5-8 p.m. March 4

Where: Lowcountry Artists Gallery, 148 E. Bay St., Charleston

Price: Free

More information: 843-412-7433, lowcountryartists.com/into-the-wild, [email protected]


Vegetable garden

What: Join Clemson Extension Regional Agent Chris Burtt as he shares his in-depth knowledge of the vegetable garden in South Carolina.

When: 11 a.m. on March 5

Where: West Ashley Library, 45 Windermere Blvd., Charleston

Price: Free

More information: 843-805-6930, bit.ly/3h0THKx

11th Annual Bo’s Roast & Chili Cook Off

What: Head to James Island County Park for a day of steamed oysters and great chilis from local restaurants and aspiring home chefs. Proceeds are donated to Islands Against Cancer and Sara’s Cure, two James Island charities working to make a difference in the lives of people with cancer.

When: noon on March 5

Where: Edisto Hall, James Island County Park, 871 Riverland Dr., Charleston

Price: $10 to $30

More information: 843-327-0813, bosroast.com, [email protected]

Women’s History Tour

What: A special visit organized every Saturday in March will focus on the women who marked the history of the Joseph Manigault house, the daily life of ladies in the early 1800s, the history and the preservation of the house.

When: 4 p.m. on March 5, 12, 19 and 26

Where: The Joseph Manigault House, 350 Meeting St., Charleston

Price: Free with entry

More information: 843-722-2996, charlestonmuseum.org, [email protected]