Holy Trinity Windermere: Anglican Church ,
95 Folly Road Boulevard, Charleston, United States
Order Your Professionally Smoked Pork Butt (Pork Shoulder) by Sept. 9, 2018!
Holy Trinity Windermere is having it's first annual Fall Fundraiser. We're raising money to repair plumbing under the sanctuary and to the boiler (on the back of the church under... Read More
Private Location ,
Charleston, United States
Chef and Television Personality Kardea Brown created The New Gullah Supper Club in 2015 after leaving her 7 year career in Social Work. Since then Kardea has fed well over 500 guests across the US. So what is The New Gullah Supper Club?
The New Gullah Sup... Read More
1995 Bolton St ,
1995 Bolton Street, North Charleston, United States
Deninufay Kids Festival is a festival full of ecstatic live entertainment from numerous local kids groups & organizations of the historical Charleston, SC. Come catch these magnificent young performers blaze the stage with different genres of performi... Read More
Principle Gallery Charleston ,
125 Meeting St, Charleston, United States
Oil painter Kyle Stuckey, alongside Principle Gallery, is working on a project to bring the community together using the art of portraiture. This show will represent 50 portraits of people that live in Charleston and call it their home, and it has two mai... Read More
The Cedar Room ,
701 East Bay Street, Charleston, United States
The Local Palate, in partnership with Breakthru Beverage, welcomes the world’s top whiskey ambassadors to Charleston for the fifth annual Whiskey After Dark on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Sample more than one hundred whiskeys, including bourbons and sco... Read More
North Charleston, United States
This event highlights NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH by celebrating mentorship in it's many forms. Fathers, uncles, brothers, mentors are encouraged to bring their sons, nephews, brothers, mentees for a night of food, fellowship and mentorship.
Tickets are $35... Read More
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition ,
211 Meeting Street, Charleston, United States
The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition was established in 1982; the first Exposition was in February 1983. Since then, SEWE has grown from 100 exhibitors and 5,000 attendees to the largest event of its kind in the nation. Today, an average of 40,000 attende... Read More