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18th Annual Moms’ Run
This year’s Postpartum Support Charleston Moms’ Run is going virtual. Normally held on Saturday, this year’s race will let participants run or walk at their own pace over five days, coinciding with National Maternal Mental Health Week. Participants are encouraged to create teams to raise additional funds for community moms struggling with maternal mental illness. 

May 3-7. All day. $30/person. Postpartum Support Charleston. Virtual.

Mother’s Day Cooking Class
Zero Restaurant + Bar’s cooking class features the talent of the Zero George culinary team with a dash of seasonal fare served up in the demonstration kitchen. Guests will sit together and dine as they watch and learn from the team, all the while enjoying a three-course lunch and a glass of Krug Champagne. Tickets must be purchased in advanced, and menus are pre-set and unable to accommodate dietary restrictions. 

May 8-9. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. $150/person. Zero Restaurant and Bar. 0 George St. Downtown.

Comedy Night with Caleb Synan
Caleb Synan is one of the hottest young comedians in the country, thanks in part to his unique background as a preacher’s kid from a small southern town and his ability to relate to any and every crowd he steps in front of. The show is produced by Keith Dee, one of Charleston’s biggest independent comedy show producers.

May 7. 7 p.m. May 8. 9 p.m. $15/ticket. Southern Roots. 1083 E. Montague Ave. North Charleston.

Mother’s Day pARTy!
Celebrate moms with a cute “Mommy and Me” elephant painting you create yourself with a little guidance. Pair up with your mom to each paint one half of a canvas, bringing together a larger work of art when you’re both complete. No creative or artistic skills required; connect with each other over a glass of wine and a night of laughs, and leave knowing how to paint a little bit more than when you came in.

May 9. 1-3 p.m. $38/ticket. Painting with a Twist. 2511 N. Main St. Summerville.

Give Me Shelter Color 5k
Walk, run, hop, skip or jump along a designated route at your own pace and get sprayed with colored powder at fun stations along the way. Have fun and support Carolina Youth Development Center’s programs aimed at helping Lowcountry families in need. All registration fees are converted into donations. T-shirts are available while supplies last.

May 8. Run starts at 9 a.m. $35/registration. Moncks Corner Regional Recreation Complex. 418 E. Main St. Moncks Corner.