[image-1] If you're heading out this week be sure to wear your mask and social distance from your fellow citizens. There are plenty of great streaming options available, too, check them all out below:
Holy City Farmers Market
Head to Holy City Brewing for a socially distant outdoor farmers market every Wednesday, 3-7 p.m. Shoppers are asked to wear masks and vendor booths will be spaced at least six feet apart. Current vendors include Malted Mutts, Palmetto Kettle Corn, Holy Smoke Olive Oil, Vital Mission Farm and more. The taproom will be open for normal business hours with food and beverage service.
[event-1] Virtual Holy City Vintage Market
Watch HCVM’s Instagram story as they repost items for sale from 19 local vintage, secondhand and artisan vendors. Shoppers can DM individual shops to arrange purchase and no-contact shipping, drop off or pickup details. This Sunday's virtual Holy City Vintage Market will feature a raffle supporting Carolina Youth Action Project, a local abolitionist organization. The raffle features one grand prize, a gift bag chock full of items from over half of the day's vendors. To enter the raffle, folks should follow CYAP via @scyouthaction on Instagram and directly send a Cashapp donation to $scyouthaction. Write 'raffle' in the memo.
Bard in Quarantine
Flowertown Players presents a Facebook Live event, Bard in Quarantine, featuring performances from local actors and improvisers. You’ll see folks like Josh Bates, Olivia Gainey, Kay Thorn, Rebecca Weatherby, Jason Olson and more act out scenes from Shakespeare, all from the comfort of your own home.
The Miller Gallery presents a new collaborative exhibit from local artists Kate Hooray Osmond and Laura Dargan: Stop, Listen. Dargan and Osmond created the works for this series by “allowing their emotional process to speak for them.” The title reflects their artistic process: stop and listen. The artists worked through their own realities — and the realities of an international pandemic as well as national civil unrest — on shared surfaces, using each other’s styles as jumping off points for their different ways of creating. Miller Gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday, 12-4 p.m. with a max capacity of 12 people in the gallery at one time. Masks and hand sanitizer are available at the door.
Live Streaming From Meeting Street
While Theatre 99, the city’s home for improv comedy, is currently physically closed, you can still get your laughs via Theatre 99’s livestream shows. Depending on the day, you’ll hear from some of this city’s funniest improvisors, including Theatre 99 co-founders Greg Tavares and Brandy Rucker Sullivan. In addition to the comedy, the theater features guest interviews with local actors and comedians.
Holy City Drive In
Catch flicks on the big screen outside at Patriots Point’s Holy City Drive In. This Friday the drive-in experience screens Midway, a 2019 film about the Battle of Midway. Drinks and food area available for purchase and you can reserve tickets by calling (843) 421-4408. Some walk up tickets will also be available.