Last of the Right Whales
The highly acclaimed new film about the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale is having its South Carolina premiere in Charleston. The story follows the whale migration and those committed to saving the species. The screening event features a post-film discussion between the audience and whale experts. Find out how you can support conservation efforts! 

March 16. 7 p.m. $15/ticket. Terrace Theater. 1956 Ste. D, Maybank Hwy. James Island.

Black Pearl Sings!
Set in 1933 and 1934, Black Pearl Sings! tells the story of strong-willed Susannah (played by Katelyn Crall), an ambitious, educated white song collector for the Library of Congress. Pearl (played by Crystin Gilmore) is an uneducated yet cunning Gullah woman from Hilton Head Island who has been confined for ten years in a Texas prison for murder. This play is directed by Charleston native Henry Clay Middleton.

March 9-27. Opening times vary. Ticket prices vary. Dock Street Theatre. 135 Church St. Downtown.

“Release” Studio Artist Exhibition
Set aside some time this month to drop by Summerville’s Public Works Art Center to see the latest studio artist exhibition, “Release.” All artists included in this exhibition have a studio space at the Public Works Art Center, and all worked to create and select pieces that fit the theme. The official reception will be held March 17. 

March 4-April 16. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free to attend. 135 West Richardson Ave. Summerville.

Bluebirds over South Carolina
Join Wild Birds Unlimited in Mount Pleasant for a special presentation by its friends at the South Carolina Bluebird Society featuring the stunning native bluebird. The event will be streamed live on Wild Birds Unlimited’s Facebook page. And for avid bird aficionados, this event is at the perfect time — just ahead of nesting season.

March 12. 9 a.m. Free to attend. Wild Birds Unlimited. 624 Coleman Blvd. Mount Pleasant.

Firefly Distillery Oyster Roast Series 
If your calendars weren’t marked before, make sure you mark them now, because this is your last chance to get in on Firefly Distillery’s Oyster Roast Series. Once a month since January, Firefly has been teaming up with Lowcountry Oyster Co. for all-you-can-eat local oysters with all the accouterments and a bloody mary bar. This month features a special corn-hole tournament with Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals. 

March 12. 12-5 p.m. $25/person. Firefly Distillery. 4201 Spruill Ave. North Charleston.

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