Captain’s Comic Expo
Charleston’s biggest comic convention, featuring over 135 tables of comics, art, cosplays and more is finally back. The expo returns to Charleston this month, bringing the Comic-Con experience to the Lowcountry for the 14th year. The best comic book and toy dealers in the Southeast will bring a variety of classics and hard-to-find collectibles, making this the place to be for those hunting for a vintage Spider-Man or long-lost Batman issue. 

Feb. 26, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Feb. 27, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tickets start at $15. Omar Shrine Center. 176 Patriots Point Road. Mount Pleasant.

Good Business Summit
The Good Business Summit, hosted by Lowcountry Local First (LLF), spotlights ideas and workable solutions for building local businesses with purpose. LLF gathers together the “best and brightest” local business leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs to share tools and inspiration for growth and giving back to the community. Register online. 

Feb. 24. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Charleston Music Hall. 37 John St. Downtown.

Creative Arts Workshop
Create a gel-printed mini book with local artist and educator Melissa Meverden as she guides participants in the creation of a one-of-a-kind, mono-printed papers using gel plates, acrylic paints, brayers and textured items. These small works of art are perfect for showcasing quotes, lyrics, affirmations and more.

Feb. 26. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. $20/ticket. Park Circle Gallery. 4820 Jenkins Ave. Park Circle.

Spark Golf Charleston
Looking for a light-hearted outing on the fairway? Look no further. Spark Golf is a network of 9-hole social golf leagues organized to be casual and fun, making it easy for players of all skill levels to tee off together. Join with a partner, let Spark partner you up with another single, or play alone — all as your schedule allows. 

Tuesdays. 5 p.m. Free to join; $27/round. Various locations around Charleston.

‘The Bonds of Racial Inequality in Postwar America’
Join the College of Charleston Department of History and Destin Jenkins for this annual Black History Month lecture. Jenkins is a scholar of racial inequality and an assistant professor at Stanford University. Due to COVID-19 precautions, the lecture and subsequent Q&A will be held virtually. Guests must register online by the end of the day Feb. 24. A Zoom link will be sent on the day to those who register.

Feb. 25. 3-5 p.m. Free to attend. Virtual.

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