THURSDAY
A Night of Illusions with mentalist Howard Blackwell
Local performer Howard Blackwell the Mentalist is known for his versatile magic shows at Holy City Magic almost every weekend. He’s teaming up with Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary in Hollywood, South Carolina, for two benefit shows that will help the shelter fund its medical care of nearly 200 animals. Blackwell is known for his witty acts that meld a cabaret aesthetic with parlor entertainment and illusions. Hallie Hill is a nonprofit that shelters and organizes adoptions for abandoned and neglected animals.
Oct. 13. $35. 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Queen Street Playhouse. 20 Queen St. Downtown. Halliehill.com

WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY
Southern Screams at Holy City Brewing
There are 16 frightening nights of Southern Screams Haunted House “Insane at Holy City Brewing” this month. The haunted asylum takes over the brewery’s grounds Thursdays through Sundays with multiple entry times. The spooky characters and intricate installation put you right in the center of the creepy plot at Ashley Acres Asylum. Multiple ticket tiers offer different experiences, including the Get Buzzed package that includes a beer/burger combo, expedited access and a flash art tattoo from Stardust Tattoo in North Charleston. Southern Screams will donate a portion of sales to the Charleston Animal Society.
Oct. 12-31. $20-$145. Holy City Brewing. 1021 Aragon Ave. N. Charleston. Southernscreams.com

FRIDAY
Gibbes Greek art exhibit
The Gibbes Museum of Art presents From Chaos to Order: Greek Geometric Art, an exhibit that spills across two galleries with its display of 57 objects from Sol Rabin, the world’s leading collector of Greek geometric art. The sprawling exhibit experience also offers four lectures, a tour and a chamber ensemble performance from Charleston’s New Muse Concerts in the theme of “chaos to order.” The exhibit is displayed Oct. 14- March 5.
Oct. 14. 10.a.m- 5 p.m. $12 adults; $6 children aged 4-17. The Gibbes Museum of Art. 135 Meeting St. Downtown. Gibbesmuseum.org

SATURDAY
Park Circle Fall Art Walk
Enjoy the cool fall weather during this front yard-style art walk through a Park Circle neighborhood. The walking, biking or car riding art show has something for everyone with dozens of visual art displays, musical performances and food and beverage pop-ups.
Oct. 15. 1-6 p.m. Free. Holmes Avenue. North Charleston. Facebook.com/ParkCircleArtWalk

SUNDAY
Latina Market Bazaar
Charleston’s first market focused on Latina women entrepreneurs will feature 45 vendors, plus food trucks, performers and music as it takes over Tradesman Brewing. The foundation of the bazaar is to empower the local Latina community and foster connections within it. The Latina Market Bazaar will host future events in November and December.
Oct. 16. 1-5 p.m. Free. Tradesman Brewing. 1647 King St. Ext. North Charleston. eventbrite.com.


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