For those counting, there are only 20 days left until spring although it certainly feels like it’s already sprung. Take an allergy pill and get out there!


It’s first Friday, so get your fix of art at the First Fridays on Broad art walk.

Head to the Mitchell Hill Gallery for Coastal Constructs, a solo show from Jamie Blackburn that were inspired by coastal areas affected by extreme weather.

The early bird gets the book worm – head down to the Charleston Library Friends’ Spring Book Sale at the Otranto Regional Library.

Shop till you drop at Red Rose Vintage’s Shop or Die pop up at Continuum skate shop. Go for the vintage goodies, stay for the free beer and pizza.

Learn about the Neema Gallery’s featured artist of March, April Harrison, at the opening reception for Nurtured, Bonded and Spiritual.

Shake it out at Night Moves, the funk/boogie/classic R&B dance party at Cutty’s.

Want to shiver with anticipation? Go see Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Terrace.

Get chatty at Tell Me Something, a collection of artists who incorporate words in their art, at Miller Gallery.


Celebrate two of our favorite things – craft beer and BBQ – at the Charleston Craft Beer and BBQ Festival at Bohemian and Bull.

Appreciate the beauty of camellias during Middleton Place’s Camellia Walks.

Groove to some jazz during the Commodore’s Evening Jazz Series.

Head to Shipyard Park for their one year anniversary celebration and some baseball, live music, and food.

With two months left to oyster season, don’t miss out on the Follywood Oyster Roast.

Celebrate Mardi Gras and bras at Mardi Bras, with live music, a silent auction, games, prizes, and a dance competition.

Jonesing for a giggle? Head out to the World Series of Comedy at Creekside Kitchen. Say hi to Keith Dee and our arts editor Connelly Hardaway, who’s judging the competition.

Fight fake news and learn how at the Charleston County Library’s seminar, Fighting Back Against Fake News.

Head to the Charleston Music Hall for their second annual Anime Film Fest and catch flicks like My Neighbor Totoro, Grave of Fireflies, Your Name, and Akira.

Enjoy AYCE oysters for a good cause – the Carolina Coonhound Rescue at their annual oyster roast and silent auction.


Have twice the brunch fun at the double-sized Holy City Vintage Market at Royal American.

Support Pet Helpers at Shuck Your Paws Off, the oyster roast benefitting their mission to find homes for all adoptable dogs.

Take your kids to the Teddy Bear Picnic at Hampton Park.

Get some Sunday opera during the College of Charleston Opera Francis Poulenc’s “Dialogues of the Carmelites”

Get that second-hand adrenaline rush watching the Oscar-winning documentary Free Solo at the Charleston Music Hall.

See the artwork of Stegelin at Low Tide Brewing’s Ales for Azaleas and support the effort to bring more azaleas to Johns Island.

Get some AYCE oysters from Tattooed Moose and enjoy music from the Royal Tinfoil.

Celebrate Women’s History Month with a tour of the Joseph Manigault house focusing on the women who made history there.

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