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Pysanky Egg-Dyeing Workshop 
Traditional Ukrainian/Eastern European designs and dye methods are creative ways to celebrate spring, and if you’re into crafting, 3D art and design—or just considering something different for Easter than your usual methods—Stephen Herchak has you covered. With some eggs, a couple colors and a few hours to spare, you can easily create these uniquely designed eggs all on your own.

March 27. 1- 4 p.m. $55/ticket. Redux Contemporary Art Center. 1056 King St. Downtown. reduxstudios.org

Winter Sweat Wellness Series
Drop in on the final edition of a virtual wellness series that has run since mid-February. The goal of the series is to get people back on their feet, despite cool weather and pandemic-prompted troubles that have kept many from getting up and staying active. There’s no need to have tuned in to previous sessions, and it’s never too late to get involved.

March 24. 6 p.m. Free to attend. Athleta. Virtual. athleta.gap.com

Candlemaking Workshop 
Join local artist Daisy McClellan for a relaxing candle-making workshop and learn to make your own candles beginning to end. Go home with two 6-ounce candles mixed with your own scent combinations using a variety of fragrance oils and dried flowers. Beginners are welcome, and no experience is required.

March 24. 5:30-7 p.m. $65/ticket. Roadside Blooms. 4610 Spruill Ave. North Charleston. daisymcclellan.com

Intro to Rain Gardens
Learn practical and eco-friendly landscape designs that protect your property and the environment from the harmful effects of stormwater runoff with a workshop hosted by Merideth Garrigan of Wecology Gardens. The workshop will cover a variety of topics such as the unintended consequences of stormwater runoff and local community highlights.

March 25. 6:30-7:30 p.m. $15/members; $20/nonmembers. Charleston Horticultural Society. Virtual. chashortsoc.org

Evolution of the Jazz Orchestra
Sit back, and let the Charleston Jazz Orchestra take you back through a musical timeline of the big band legacy and evolution of the jazz orchestra from when it took shape in the 1920s with early innovators like Paul Whiteman and Fletcher Henderson, to the swing era in the early ‘30s with figures like Duke Ellington. Multiple ticket packages and seating options are available. Seating is limited, so grab a ticket soon.

March 27. 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Charleston Music Hall.
37 John St., Virtual. Downtown. charlestonjazz.com