Pickers Hullabaloo
Flea Market 

Grab your friends and head to the Pickers Hullabaloo Flea Market for a day filled with live music, good eats and more than 100 dealers and artisans. Browse through vintage housewares, furniture, jewelry, nostalgic collectibles and clothing from a diverse lineup of local and regional merchants such as Junk Angles, Thrift & Thimble, Frenchie Vintage and Fernweh Designs. Enjoy food from First Name Basis Pizza, Don Sazon Empanadas, Shaka Shrimp and more. 

March 4. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free. Firefly Distillery.
4201 Spruill Ave. North Charleston.

4th Annual West Ashley Restaurant Festival 

The West Ashley Restaurant Festival celebrates the community’s culture and invites food and beverage vendors from throughout the region to take part in a day fest packed with delicious eats and refreshing drinks. Several West Ashley restaurants offer menu items to sample, and there will be a kid-friendly area plus a vendor alley featuring area nonprofits and businesses. 

March 5. 3-7 p.m. $35. Founders Hall. 1500 Old Towne Road. West Ashley.

Printmaking class at Redux art center 

This hands-on class takes a deep dive into relief printing from raised images. The instructor will teach participants to repurpose the nonperishable food supplies found in pantries and fridges to forge a new appreciation for art found in everyday items. The art-making duo on exhibit at Redux currently, Sardine Press, will display prints created in this class for the remainder of the exhibit, Only Once in the Light. This 21-and-older event is limited to 16
participants for an exclusive experience. 

March. 4. 5-8 p.m. $25. Redux Contemporary Art Center. 1065 King St. Downtown.

“Hip Hops: The Remix” beer event

Charleston Wine + Food Festival 2023 reprises its “Hip Hops” event with “The Remix,” featuring Grammy-nominated Southern rap group Nappy Roots and DJ B-Lord on the turntables. Nappy Roots’ brewery Atlantucky collaborated with Charleston’s Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. to brew a special beer for the festival. The family friendly setting is a great way to enjoy good brews, food and tunes.

March 3. 7:30-10 p.m. $125. Music Farm. 32 Ann St. Downtown.

Out of the Box exhibit 

The Charleston Artist Guild Gallery presents Out of the Box, an abstract painting exhibition by Charleston visual artist Susanne Frenzel. The Germany-born artist explores varying media and painting techniques to achieve texture-rich, colorful pieces that play on viewers’ emotions. Frenzel is influenced by her travels and captures the spiritual experience of adventure.
Don’t miss the opening reception from 5-8 p.m. March 3 and get a chance to meet the artist. 

March 1-31. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Charleston Artist Guild Gallery. 160 East Bay St. Downtown.

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