College of Charleston's Department of Theatre and Dance will present Last Train to Nibroc

Last Train to Nibroc: The College of Charleston’s Department of Theatre and Dance will present Last Train to Nibroc, an audio-only radio play produced in partnership with CofC Stages and Center Stage, a student-run theater group at the College. Theater students Zoe Sauder and Mason Monti play the roles of May and Raleigh, respectively, in the production.
Feb. 12-13. 7:30 p.m. Free to tune in. College of Charleston. Virtual.

Valentine’s Weekend at Wild Common: Treat yourself (and maybe someone special) to a delicious night out at one of Charleston’s most picturesque venues. Take a seat in Wild Common’s open-air courtyard, weather permitting, for a social-distanced dining room or at the chef’s table for a five-course Valentine’s dinner. Optional wine pairings available. Reservations required.
Feb. 12-14. 6-9 p.m. $105/person. Wild Common. 103 Spring St. Downtown.

International Wine and Chocolate Stroll: Stroll through Magnolia Plantation’s gardens, sampling drinks and dessert pairings from all over the globe. Enjoy live music by Charleston Entertainment while indulging in sweet treats and unique flavors. A perfect stop for a daytime date for Valentine’s Day or a family outing.
Feb. 13. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. $49/adult; $10/child. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. 3550 Ashley River Road. West Ashley.

Cupid’s Chase 2021: Join national nonprofits benefiting adults with special needs to secure housing in their community for a Valentine’s Day-themed race. Registration is open now, and all proceeds stay in the local area to support members of the community in need. Virtual options are available for the first time this year.
Feb. 13. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Race begins at 10 a.m. James Island County Park. 871 Riverland Drive James Island.

Valentine’s Night Market: Holy City Brewing is calling on all singles, couples, “it’s-complicateds” and everyone in between to come celebrate Valentine’s Day by shopping local at the second annual Valentine’s Night Market. Live music by Seitu Solomon Steelpan begins at 4:30 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to wear masks and follow social-distancing guidelines.
Feb. 14. 4-8 p.m. Free to attend. Holy City Brewing. 1021 Aragon Ave. North Charleston.