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Creative Flow: Yoga in the Gallery
This weekly, donation-based yoga class is held in the main gallery at Redux Contemporary Art Center, taught by Lauren Skinner. Surround yourself with art for a creative approach to Vinyasa yoga practice. Bring your own mat and face mask or covering to maintain the health and safety of other guests. Space is limited. 

Wednesdays. 6-7 p.m. $10-$15 suggested donation. Redux Contemporary Art Center. 1056 King St. Downtown. reduxstudios.org

Eight Four Flea 
Drop by a community flea market hosted by Selective CHS and Red Rose Vintage. Shop from more than 35 sustainable vendors with a variety of vintage clothing, jewelry, housewares and more. That’s not all — enjoy local craft beer by Tradesman Brewery, jam out to a local DJ and get your Sunday grub on with local food trucks, all in one place.

Jan. 16. 12-4 p.m. Free to attend. Tradesmen Brewing Co. 1647 King St. Downtown. tradesmanbrewing.com

Candlelight Tour and Madeira Tasting
Take an evening trip to the historic Edmondston-Alston House on Charleston’s picturesque Battery. See the house lit by candlelight on a self-guided tour and try some Madeira, a fortified island wine, on the second story piazza overlooking the Charleston Harbor. Masks are required in all indoor spaces for all visitors. 

Jan. 13. 5:30-6:30 p.m. $35/nonmembers; $25/members. The Edmondston-Alston House.
21 East Battery. Downtown. middletonplace.org

Pause for Pastels Exhibition 
This exhibition will feature works by members of the Pastel Society of South Carolina in a variety of subject matter. The pastel society was formed in 2016 and members include accomplished award-winning artists. All artworks are original works painted using “dry pastels.” An official opening reception will be held Jan. 20. from 5:30-8:30 p.m..

Jan. 14. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free to attend. Public Works Art Center. 135 W. Richardson Ave. Summerville. publicworksartcenter.org

Commonhouse Aleworks 4th anniversary
Head to Park Circle for a weekend of celebration at Commonhouse Aleworks to mark four years for the popular, family-friendly North Charleston brewery. Three days of live music are on tap, with Illazilla on Friday, Dan’s Tramp Stamp and the Money Bags taking the stage Saturday night and Bluegrass Pickin Parlor performing for Sunday brunch. Commonhouse brewers will also be debuting their creations, including the new Barony Whipper pomegranate and blood orange fruited sour ale.

Jan. 14-16. Times vary. Free to attend. Commonhouse Aleworks. 4831 O’Hear Ave.
North Charleston. commonhousealeworks.com