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Revelry Brewing Block Party
It’s time for the annual Revelry Brewing Block Party, which means elaborate costumes, family-friendly festivities and delicious eats from Lowcountry chefs. The downtown brewery is celebrating eight years and once again teaming up with local nonprofit The Green Heart Project. All ticket sales will go towards funding Green Heart’s community garden and food education programs that partner with 18 area schools. In addition to live music and beverages galore, Shuai Wang of Jackrabbit Filly and King BBQ pop-up and Marvin Ross of Peculiar Pig Farm will be serving culinary delights along with other local chefs to bring fresh takes on crowd favorites.  

Oct. 30. 12-6 p.m. $12. Revelry Brewing Co. 10 Conroy St. Downtown.

Anonymous Ancestors exhibit 
The City of Charleston’s Office of Cultural Affairs presents Anonymous Ancestors, a mixed media photography exhibition by local visual artist Susan Lenz. The immersive experience features photo albums, scrapbooks and hundreds of framed images salvaged from countless yard sales and auctions alongside sculptural garments and furniture upholstered with image-transferred fabric. Since 2016, the exhibit has been displayed in various galleries in South Carolina, North Carolina and Alabama. A free opening reception will be held 5-7 p.m. Oct. 28. The exhibit will be on display through Jan. 29, 2023. 

Oct. 28-30. Hours vary. City Gallery. 34 Prioleau St. Downtown.

The Alley’s Studio 300: Haunted Carnival 
The Alley’s signature Halloween party, Studio 300, is kicking it up a notch to transform the space into a haunted carnival for spooky season to celebrate the beloved bowling alley’s 10 year anniversary. Partygoers will be transported into a nightmare-filled carnival complete with a creepy corn maze and twisted carnival games. Tickets include complimentary beverages, appetizers and carnival game access, plus free bowling and arcade game play.

Oct. 28. 9 p.m. $85. The Alley. 131 Columbus St. Downtown.

Halloween Bar Crawl on King Street
A lineup of King Street bars, DJs and drink specials await partygoers during the Halloween Bar Crawl that treks through Uptown Social, Ink, Silver Dollar, Republic, Trio and Frontier. The costume competition features a $1,000 cash prize. In addition to free bar entry, partygoers will receive $3-$6 drink specials, plus free swag for the quickest crawlers. 

Oct 29. 3 p.m. $19-$33. Uptown Social. 587 King St. Downtown.

Spooky Paws fundraiser 
The eeriest holiday of the year wouldn’t be the same without dressing up your best furry friends in their scariest garb. Don’t miss Bay Street Biergarten’s Halloween party benefiting Hallie Hill Pet Sanctuary and Mace’s Place Animal Rescue. There will be a dog costume contest and beer specials from Steel Hands Brewing. Dog and cat supply donations are welcome. 

Oct. 27. 6 p.m. Free. Bay Street Biergarten. 549 East Bay St. Downtown.

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