Johns Island Concert Series
Part two of the concert series at Johns Island County Park is just around the corner, and this month you can hear the reggae sounds of Mystic Vibrations. Bring a few chairs, a blanket and anything else you may need, and grab some food from local vendors, including Happy Thai and Holy City Homemade Italian Ice. 

June 5. 6-9:30 p.m. Free to attend. Johns Island County Park. 2662 Mullet Hall Road. Johns Island.

Drop by a community flea market hosted by Selective CHS and Red Rose Vintage. Shop from more than 35 sustainable vendors, includng Carolina Vintage, Cob’s Closet, Crash Course Vintage, Double Take 843, Ground Level SC and so many more with a variety of vintage clothing, jewelry and housewares. That’s not all — enjoy local craft beer by Tradesman Brewery, jam out to a local DJ and get your Sunday grub on with local food trucks, all in one place.

June 6. 12-6 p.m. Free to attend. Tradesman Brewing Co. 1647 King St. Downtown.

Creative Corridors at Redux 
The annual Creative Corridors studio art exhibition opened its doors June 1, giving an opportunity for Redux resident artists to showcase samples of their work. This year, the artists were asked to consider the community structure and interconnectivity of working out of Redux, as well as the nature of being a part of the greater creative community in Charleston.

June 1-July 13. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays; 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Fridays. Free to Attend. Redux Contemporary Art Center. 1056 King St. Downtown.

Happy Hour Outdoor Yoga
Take your Thursday happy hour to a new level with an all-levels outdoor yoga class led by Reaga Sobel Yoga in perfect time for great drinks and food from The Brewlab, an innovative, locally owned craft beer experience in Charleston’s brewery district. Bring your own mat, or purchase one on-site.

Every Thursday. 5:30 p.m. $10/person;  $15/mat. The Brewlab. 2200 Hariot St. Downtown.

Virtual Book Club — The Shell Builders
Join author Colin Brooker, an architect and expert on historic restoration, as he discusses his book, The Shell Builders. The book explores thee rich history and building practices using tabby, a mixture of lime, sand, water and oyster shells seen in edifices throughout the Lowcountry and extending back in time with Caribbean, Spanish American and African roots.

June 3. 5:30-6:30 p.m. Free to attend. Drayton Hall Preservation Trust. Virtual.

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