MONDAY. The Wii Tennis Challenge is still kicking at Kickin’ Chicken’s Mt. Pleasant location. Cheer on those still serving it up and making their way to the Family Circle Cup. Learn about the Jewish Reform Movement, its rise in the US, and more from a panel of rabbis at Reform Judaism Past, Present, and Future.
TUESDAY. Weigh Station will entertain the Recovery Room with their rock hits. Ever worry about our school system? So has the League of Women Voters. Head to their discussion, Getting the Best Teachers in Our Classrooms: A Conversation on Evaluating Teacher Effectiveness, to learn more about the problem.
WEDNESDAY. I don’t know about you, but live music and free brunch-inspired finger food are enough to get me going to BedHead: An Official Charleston Fashion Week After Party. Want to witness a part of history? Listen to local songwriter Harrison Ray’s new album El Paraguas and more at the Village Tavern. To Shoot An Elephant, an eyewitness film account from the Gaza Strip, includes a director Q&A via Skype. Clark Whittington, creator of Art-O-Mat (cigarette machines converted to vend art), will lecture on the new art form at Tales from the Art-O-Mat.
THURSDAY. Old South Barber hosts Look Good. Feel Good. Southern Style, showcasing Billy Reid Reid’s fashion designs, chef Sean Brock’s delicious hors d’oeuvres from Husk Restaurant, and EG Vodka cocktails.
FRIDAY. rosita jones studio teams up with SCOOP for rosita loves SCOOP, an evening of vintage fashion, photo realism, cocktails, and more. The film We Jam Econo documents (or rockuments) the Minutemen at the Main Library.
SATURDAY. The Charleston Record Expo includes vendors from all over the Southeast selling music merchandise and collectables from all music genres. A family-friendly afternoon is waiting at the Charleston ZTA Alumnae Chili Cook-Off. It’s free to roam around, listen to live music, and get the kids’ faces painted. Chili tasting bowls are only $5 and benefit the ZTA Foundation’s Breast Cancer Education and Awareness Program. Got a green thumb or a few extra hours to spare your time? Volunteer at the Spring Beautification Event to plant and landscape areas in need. Before checking out The Glass Menagerie, enjoy a free afternoon of events at the 100th Birthday of Tennessee Williams.