Monday. Redux Contemporary Art Center’s Double Vision Lecture Series rolls on this week with Harper Poe and Ron Wiltrout. Poe’s lecture is on her start of a fair trade business that promotes social change through creation and collaboration with global textile artisans. Poe’s presentation will discuss ways indeterminacy is practiced and appropriated in modern musical thought and the feelings such usages can have. As is the case with all Double Vision presentations, Social Wine Bar is providing wine before the lectures and an audience encouraged discussion to bring the two topics together.

Tuesday. This is a last chance notice to view the Frida Kahlo Traveling Exhibit at the main library on Calhoun Street. The exhibit featuring the paintings of the famous Mexican artist is in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Wednesday. Rescheduled and ready to ride the first annual Bike and Browse the Burroughs is set for Wed. evening at 5:30 p.m. Downtown’s Cannonborough and Elliotborough neighborhoods are showing themselves off to their residents with this awareness project highlighting local businesses and new developments in the neighborhoods. Guest speakers will discuss the current economy, residential and commercial inspection codes, and new bike laws and safety tips. Bring your own bike or register to borrow one for this interactive community meet and greet. 

Thursday. Art’s Bar & Grill on Coleman Blvd. in Mt. Pleasant hosts this, and every, Thursday guitarist Jeff Bateman and his local musical guests for an all-night session beginning at 10 p.m.

Friday. Head to Freshfields Village’s Fall Festival to celebrate the season.

Saturday. Watch yogis participate in the Yoga Marathon, benefiting Louie’s Kids, then stop by Eye Level Art for Holy City Artists and Fleas.

Sunday. Edisto’s With These Hands Gallery is having its meet the artist reception for American Craft Week. The gallery has featured a local Edisto artist each day since the first of the month and Sunday afternoon is a chance to meet and socialize with the featured artisans. Also, check out all that King Street has to offer at the Second Sundays on King.