ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE OF THE COLUMBIA AREA Jan 17 2018 – Feb 6 2018

    Wednesday January 17, 2018 to February 6, 2018

     

    UPSTATE:

     

    Every Other Wednesday –  Music Sandwiched In at the Spartanburg County Public Library.  This is a free concert sponsored by the Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra.  For more information call (864) 948-9020 or visit https://www.chapmanculturalcenter.org/pages/calendar/detail/event/c/e113/.

     

    Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays –  Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of South Carolina at the Hagood Mill State Historic Site in Pickens.  Come see these historical markings open to the public on these days.  For more information call (864) 898-2936.

     

    Third Thursdays – Art Walk in downtown Spartanburg.  Enjoy a self-guided tour of various galleries in downtown Spartanburg.  For more information call (864) 582-7616 or visit http://spartanburgartwalk.com/.

     

    Fridays –  Bluegrass Jam Session at 5301 Dacusville Highway in Pumpkintown.  For more information call (864) 898-3815 or visit http://www.drbanjo.com/classes/2012-03-gilbert-nelson-pumpkintown.php.

     

    First Friday –  First Fridays at the Metropolitan Arts Council in Greenville.  Take a tour of the visual art galleries and venues in downtown Greenville with works to include jewelry, pottery, acrylics, watercolors, photography, and more.  For more information call (864) 467-3132 or visit http://www.firstfridaysgreenville.com/.

     

    Third Fridays – Contra Dancing at the First Presbyterian Church in Spartanburg.  Enjoy an evening of dancing and learning a variety of cultural dances.  For more information call (864) 308-1337 or visit https://www.facebook.com/Spartanburg-Contra-Dancers-493231910812229/.

     

    Second Saturdays –  House Concerts at the Hagood Mill Historic Site and Folklife Center in Pickens.  This event known as Heartstrings, includes bluegrass, gospel, and traditional roots music. For more information call (864) 898-2936 or visit http://www.co.pickens.sc.us/CulturalCommission/CurrentEvents/default.aspx#AttheHagoodMill.

     

    Third Saturdays –  Milling, Music, and Memories at the Hagood Mills Historic Site and Folklife Center in Pickens.  This is a great day of fun making music, learning the art of blacksmithing, bowl digging, flint knapping, chair canning, moonshining, and much more!  For more information call (864) 898-2936 or visit http://www.co.pickens.sc.us/CulturalCommission/CurrentEvents/default.aspx#AttheHagoodMill.

     

    Sundays –  Say What Open Mic at Coffee Underground in Greenville.  Singers, poets, musicians, storytellers, comedians, and any others who wish to come out and share their talents are welcome!  For more information call (864) 298-0494 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/525128037629167/.

     

    Sundays –  Sundays Unplugged at the Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg.  Relax, unwind, and unplug while enjoying the galleries and live entertainment.  For more information call (864) 542-2787 or visit http://www.chapmanculturalcenter.org/events.

     

    Saturdays and Sundays –  Historic Building Tours at Oconee Station State Historic Site in Walhalla.  You’ll get to see a 1792 stone block house which is all that remains of a military outpost that existed during conflicts between the white settlers and the Indians, and an 1805 brick house, home of the merchant who owned the outpost. For more information call (864) 638-0079 or visit http://southcarolinaparks.com/oconeestation/oconeestation-programs.aspx.

     

    Through January 18 –  “Mike Wiley’s Tired Souls: King and the Montgomery County Bus Boycott” at the Gunter Theatre.  Tired Souls opens the public’s eyes to those individuals who were instrumental in “lighting a fire under the Civil Rights Movement” prior to the bus boycott of 1955.  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/tired-souls.

     

    Through January 21 –  “Hands on a Hard Body” at the Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg.  This hilarious musical presented by the Spartanburg Little Theatre is about 10 Texans down on their luck and looking for hope all have a chance to win a brand new Nissan truck, but the trick is they have to keep one hand on the truck for 4 full days and nights, so come out and enjoy a fun and entertaining show for the entire family!  For more information call (864) 542-2787 or visit https://www.chapmanculturalcenter.org/pages/calendar/detail/event/c1/e1793/&DateOfEvent=01/12/2018.

     

    Through January 31 – Ice on Main on Main Street in downtown Greenville.  This open-air skating rink will help you get into the spirit of Christmas while having fun with the family!  For more information call (864) 232-2273 or visit http://www.iceonmain.com/.

     

    Through February 27 –  “Balloonacy” at the South Carolina Children’s Theatre in Greenville.  This is a charming story of an old lady who is alone on her birthday and the unexpected friend that comes into her life at just the right moment.  For more information call (864) 235-2885 or visit https://scchildrenstheatre.org/shop/balloonacy-wee-play-theatre/.

     

    January 18 –  “Kristin Lee, violin” at the Brooks Center for Performing Arts in Clemson.  Here is a chance to see this tremendously talented artist at this free live concert.  For more information call (864) 656-7787 or visit http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/brooks/events/event.html?eventid=960090.

     

    January 18 –  “Miranda Lambert” at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville.  This multi-award winning country singer and songwriter will entertain you with her beautiful voice and give you a concert you won’t soon forget.  For more information call (864) 241-3800 or visit http://www.bonsecoursarena.com/events/detail/miranda-lambert.

     

    January 18 –  Master Class with Dameron, McManus, & Madden at the Ramsaur Studio in Greenville.  Teens who are part of the Peace Voices workshop series will be able to learn more about the poetic process with the help of these visiting poets, with the general public welcome to observe.  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/peace-voices-master-class-1.

     

    January 18 –  Poetic Conversation – Palmetto Poets: Speaking of the South at the Huguenot Loft in Greenville.  This trio of professional poets from different walks of life each have something different to say about the South. For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/palmetto-poets-speaking-of-the-south.

     

    January 18 – February 10 –  “Rockin’ the Keys” at the Center Stage Theatre in Greenville.  This is Center Stage’s annual rock show featuring songs from some of the great piano artists such as Billy Joel and Stevie Wonder, with local cast members and a live rock band so come out for a great night of fun!  For more information call (864) 233-6733 or visit https://centrestage.org/rockin-the-keys/.

     

    January 19 –  “Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir” at the Gunter Theatre in Greenville.  This South Carolina native singer and songwriter is back with this 11 piece band to provide you with an amazing evening of music!  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/patrick-davis-his-midnight-choir.

     

    January 19 – 20 –  “Abracadabra” at the Abbeville Opera House in Abbeville.  This production will provide you with a “stage full of wonders and a performance beyond belief for the entire family!”  For more information call (864) 366-2157 or visit http://www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com/Show/Details/46.

     

    January 19 – 20 –  Southeast Champion Bull Riding at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena in Pendleton.  See the best bull riders in the southeast compete for the regional title of best bull rider!  For more information call (864) 377-1479 or visit https://calendar.clemson.edu/event/se_championship_bull_riding_7134?utm_campaign=widget&utm_medium=widget&utm_source=Clemson+University#.WkbWDt-nGyI.

     

    January 19 – 21 –  Remodeling Expo at the TD Convention Center in Greenville.  For those of you looking to do some renovations or remodeling, here is a one stop shop of specialists to help you with your home improvement projects.  For more information call (864) 233-2562 or visit http://www.homeshowcenter.com/overview/greenville.

     

    January 20 –  Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra at Twitchell Auditorium in Spartanburg.  Fill your evening with the sounds of Tchaikovsky’s 4th Symphony.  For more information call (864) 542-2787 or visit https://www.chapmanculturalcenter.org/pages/calendar/detail/event/c1/e1774/&DateOfEvent=01/20/2018.

     

    January 20 –  Wedding Festival at the Anderson Civic Center in Anderson.  Here is a chance to enjoy looking for all those special items you need to make your special day just as perfect as possible.  For more information call (864) 260-4800 or visit https://secure.exposites.com/weddingfestivals.com/show.html?show.id=6268.

     

    January 20 –  Run Downtown 5K Road Race at the Greenville News in downtown Greenville.  This run/walk family friendly event (no dogs though) is for anyone who enjoys the cold weather and/or wants to work on losing those holiday pounds.  For more information visit http://rundowntown5k.com/.

     

    January 20 –  Master Class with New York Polyphony at the Gunter Theatre in Greenville.  Select musicians and ensembles who are ticket holders could have the chance to work with these amazing artists on select pieces.  For more information send an email to education@peacecenter.org, call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/master-class-with-new-york-polyphony.

     

    January 20 –  “New York Polyphony” at the Gunter Theatre in Greenville.  This vocal chamber ensemble will absolutely blow you away with their beautiful Gregorian chants and their original compositions.  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/new-york-polyphony.

     

    January 20 –  The Greenville News Run Downtown 5K at the Greenville News on East Broad Street in Greenville.  For those of you who love the cold weather, come on out for a fun morning run and/or walk with strollers being allowed, but not pets.  For more information send an email to escurry@greenvillenews.com or visit http://rundowntown5k.com/.

     

    January 20 –  Winter Bluegrass Jubilee at Pickens High School in Pickens.  At this event you’ll enjoy a day of music, workshops, jam sessions, arts and crafts, and good food so come out and enjoy the fun!  For more information call (864) 918-5277 or visit http://www.winterbluegrassjubilee.com/.

     

    January 22 –  “GOBSMACKED” at the Peace Center Concert Hall in Greenville.  This energy filled production is full of fun and inspiration and is not a show to be missed by adults and kids alike!  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/gobsmacked.

     

    January 23 –  “Shen Yun” at the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium in Spartanburg.  This show will captivate you with the beauty of music and dance combined with amazing talent, and 5,000 years of history!  For more information call (864) 582-8107 or visit http://www.crowdpleaser.com/calendar/203/Shen+Yun+Performing+Arts.

     

    January 23 – February 7 –  “Fringe Series: The Christians” at the Center Stage Theatre in Greenville.  The Pastor has decided he doesn’t believe in Hell and plans to preach a sermon of his beliefs expecting the congregation to be accepting.  For more information call (864) 233-6733 or visit https://centrestage.org/fringe-series-christians/.

     

    January 25 –  “Cabaret” at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts in Clemson.  This Tony Award winning musical set in pre-World War II Berlin will having you singing the songs long after the production is over!  For more information call (864) 656-7787 or visit http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/brooks/events/event.html?eventid=960015.

     

    January 25 – 28 –  Upstate South Carolina Boat Show at the TD Convention Center in Greenville.  If you are in the market for a boat or even need some accessories for your current boat, you’ll want to come out and see what this show has to offer.  For more information call (864) 233-2562 or visit http://tdconventioncenter.com/events/upstate-south-carolina-boat-show/2018/01/25/.

     

    January 26 –  “An Evening of Original Music with Maia Sharp, Randy Sharp & David Ryan Harris” at Genevieve’s Theater Lounge in Greenville.  These three tremendous songwriters will provide you with an evening of great music in a more intimate setting.  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/an-evening-of-original-music-with-maia-sharp-randy-sharp-and-david-ryan-harris.

     

    January 26 – 27 –  Monster Jam at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville.  Here’s a chance to see monster truck racing and freestyle competitions both filled with high powered action for a show filled with excitement!  For more information call (864) 241-3800 or visit http://www.bonsecoursarena.com/events/detail/monster-jam-1.

     

    January 26 – February 4 –  “Junie B. Jones Is Not A Crook” at the Gunter Theatre.  The South Carolina Children’s Theatre presents this witty and heartwarming story that begins when Junie B. Jones’ gloves are stolen.  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/junie-b-jones-is-not-a-crook.

     

    January 26 – February 10 –  “A Moon for the Misbegotten” at the Warehouse Theatre in Greenville.  This is the story of two young adults who see each other after years of separation and find themselves reconnecting, but will love keep them together? For more information call (864) 235-6948 or visit https://warehousetheatre.com/a-moon-for-the-misbegotten/.

     

    January 27 –  Wedding Festival at the TD Convention Center in Greenville.  That most important day is coming up and you need for it to be perfect, and this just might be the place where you find everything you could possible need to finalize your special event.  For more information call (864) 233-2562 or visit https://secure.exposites.com/weddingfestivals.com/show.html?show.id=6269.

     

    January 27 –  Songwriters Workshop with Maia Sharp, Randy Sharp & David Ryan Harris at the Ramsaur Studio in Greenville.  These three well known songwriters can provide an expert opinion to aspiring songwriters with guidance an expert opinions on the songs they are struggling with.  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/the-songwriters-workshop-with-maia-sharp-randy-sharp-and-david-ryan-harris.

     

    January 27 – 28 –  “Love Stories” at the Peace Center Concert Hall in Greenville.  Presented by the Greenville Symphony Orchestra, you’ll enjoy beautiful love songs written by Tchaikovsky and Strauss. For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/love-stories.

     

    January 30 –  “The Mountaintop” at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts in Clemson.  Winner of the Oliver Award for “Best New Play” will give you a glimpse of the live of Martin Luther King, Jr.  For more information call (864) 656-7787 or visit http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/brooks/events/event.html?eventid=960017.

     

    January 31 – February 11 –  “Phantom of the Opera” at the Peace Center Concert Hall in Greenville.  This is an amazing new reproduction of Andrew Lloyd Webbers original and will dazzle you . . . and if you’ve never seen a performance before, you need to make an effort to see this!  For more information call (864) 467-3000 or visit https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/the-phantom-of-the-opera-1.

     

    February 1 –  “The Birdland All-Stars Featuring Tommy Igoe” at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts in Clemson.  Enjoy an evening of good music by some of the best musicians from New York.  For more information call (864) 656 -7787 or visit http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/brooks/events/event.html?eventid=960021.

     

    February 1 –  Chautauqua History Live: George Washington at the Spartanburg County Library Headquarters Library in Spartanburg.  If you’ve ever thought it would be awesome to talk with George Washington, here is the closest chance you’ll have with nationally acclaimed historical interpreter Ron Carnegie presenting as the first president and will also entertain any questions you may have.  For more information call (864) 244-1499 or visit http://www.greenvillechautauqua.org/?event=george-washington-show-spartanburg&event_date=2018-02-01.

     

    February 1 – 4 –  Marvel Universe Live at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville.  For all the Marvel fans out there, this is a show you have to see, as it will be filled your all of your favorite characters gathered to “defend the universe from evil”!  For more information call (864) 241-3800 or visit http://www.bonsecoursarena.com/events/detail/marvel-universe-live.

     

    February 2 – April 21 –  “Prince Caspian” at the Logos Theatre in Taylors.  This is one production that will absolutely leave you spellbound, so if you get the chance, don’t miss the chance to see this fantastic theatrical production!  For more information call (864) 268-9342 or visit https://www.theacademyofarts.org/events/category/prince-caspian/.

     

    February 2 – 11 –  “The Foreigner” at the Foothills Playhouse in Easley.  When “Froggy” invites his friend Charlie on a fishing trip to Georgia and tells everyone he doesn’t speak English when he does, Charlie overhears something that he shouldn’t and that is when the hilarity begins! For more information call (864) 855-1817 or visit http://www.fhplayhouse.com/wordpress/production/the-foreigner/.

     

    February 3 –  Veteran’s Resource Fair at Spartanburg Community College in Spartanburg.  Learn about the resources available in the Upstate for all veterans and active duty military families. For more information call (864) 542-2787 or visit https://www.chapmanculturalcenter.org/pages/calendar/detail/event/c1/e1931/&DateOfEvent=02/03/2018.

     

    February 3 –  Sweetheart Charity Ball at the Hyatt Regency in Greenville.  This formal event will give you a chance to enjoy a night out with dinner and dancing and the chance to bid on over 100 silent auction items, all to benefit Meals on Wheels in the Greenville area.  For more information visit https://mealsonwheelsgreenville.org/mow-event/sweetheart-charity-ball/.

     

    February 3 & 4 –  Chautauqua History Live: George Washington at Wade Hampton High School in Greenville.  Here is yet another chance to see the famous historical interpreter Ron Carnegie as he portrays the first president and wows you with his amazing knowledge and presents you with an incredible show.  For more information call (864) 244-1499 or visit http://www.greenvillechautauqua.org/performances/winter-chautauqua/.

     

    February 5 –  “Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra” at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts in Clemson.  Fill your evening with Sweden’s oldest orchestra who will astound you with their amazing talent!  For more information call (864) 656-7787 or visit http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/brooks/events/event.html?eventid=960024.

     

    MIDLANDS:

     

    Second Mondays –  Family Climb Night at the Northside Recreation Center in Rock Hill.  Bring the family and challenge yourself by climbing the rock wall.  For more information call (803) 329-5633 or visit http://www.visitrockhillsc.com/events/northside-recreation-center-family-climb-nights-2015-12-14/.

     

    Fourth Saturdays –  Bluegrass Series at Haynes Auditorium in Batesburg-Leesville.  Add a little Bluegrass music to your month.  For more information call (803) 582-8479 or visit http://www.haynesbluegrass.com/.

     

    Fourth Saturdays –  Mountain Dulcimers of Aiken at the Aiken Visitors Center and Train Museum in Aiken.  Join these musicians or just enjoy the music, but be sure to stop by and be entertained by these mountain instruments and those who enjoy playing them.  For more information call (803) 293-7846 or visit http://www.visitaikensc.com/calendar/event/the_mountain_dulcimers_of_aiken.

     

    Saturdays –  Hour Long Historic Train Ride at the South Carolina Railroad Museum in Winnsboro.  Ride an old passenger train from the dining car, a passenger car, or even the caboose. For more information call (803) 635-9893 or visit http://www.scrm.org/welcomepage.html.

    Saturdays weather permitting –  Aiken Trolley Tours at the Aiken Visitors Center and Train Museum.  Explore Aiken’s charm, grace, and elegance with one of these two hour tours.  For more information call (803) 644-1907 or visit http://www.visitaikensc.com/calendar/event/aiken_historic_tour.

    Through January 17 –  Get to Know the Greenway Guided Tour at the Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill.  If you want to learn more about the Greenway, this event will tell you all about the history and provide you a van ride to take you on a tour of the facility while explaining what all is offered.  For more information call (803) 547-4575 or visit https://www.ascgreenway.org/events/detail/get-to-know-the-greenway-guided-tour-94.

    Through January 22 –  Preschool Fitness Hike at the Dairy Barn of the Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill.  Bring your preschooler (ages 3 to 5) out for a hike with other parents and kids with the pace being set by the children, but bear in mind this is a woodland trail so there will be rocks and stumps to maneuver over and/or around.  For more information call (803) 547-4575 or visit https://www.ascgreenway.org/events/detail/preschool-fitness-hike-7.

    Through January 27 –  “The Rainmaker” at the Aiken Community Playhouse in Aiken.  A terrible drought has fallen on the west but the family is more concerned about their daughter and sister becoming an old maid, when a self-proclaimed rainmaker comes to town.  For more information call (803) 648-1438 or visit http://aikencommunityplayhouse.com/shows/.

    Through February 24 –  “Not Just Another Love Story” at the NarroWay Theatre in Fort Mill.  This dinner show will take you back the joys and sorrows of WWII with classic 40’s songs, a great meal, and loads of nostalgia and inspiration!  For more information call (803) 802-2300 or visit https://narroway.net/dinner-shows/love-story.

    January 19 –  Find a Furever Friend Friday at the County Visitors Center in Aiken.  If you are looking for a pet, this might be the place you find your forever friend.  For more information call (803) 642-7557 or visit http://discoveraikencounty.com/event/find-a-furever-friend-friday/2018-01-19/.

    January 20 –  Explore the Greenway Guided Hike starting at the Complex of the Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill.  This gentle hike is led by a Master Naturalist and will give you the chance to just enjoy a led hike and explore the trail.  For more information call (803) 547-4575 or visit https://www.ascgreenway.org/events/detail/exploring-the-greenway-guided-hike-from-the-adventure-center-61.

    January 20 –  Metal Sculpture Workshop at Bob Doster’s Backstreet Studio in Lancaster.  Here is a chance to create your own metal sculpture or bottle tree at this fun workshop!  For more information call (803) 285-9190 or visit https://www.lancastercitysc.com/events/bob-dosters-metal-art-classes-4/.

    January 20 –  Dog Park Open House at the Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill.  If you are looking for a new adventurous place for your dog to play, this might be the venue for you to scope out, but know that a membership will be required with all dog veterinary records required.  For more information call (803) 547-4575 or visit https://www.ascgreenway.org/events/detail/dog-park-open-house-3.

    January 20 –  FAC Annual Gala and Auction at the Springdale Hall Club in Camden.  This event to benefit the Fine Arts Center will include cocktails, a lovely seated dinner, and wonderful silent and live auction items available with professional auctioneer, Chris Pracht, directing.  For more information call (803) 425-7676 or visit http://www.fineartscenter.org/events/2018/01/20/auction2018/.

    January 20 –  Camellia Society Show at the First Presbyterian Church in Aiken.  If you think you have the most beautiful Camellia blossoms, bring it in and see if you have a winner or just come and see the beautiful flowers!  For more information call (803) 279-9451 or visit https://camellia5.azureedge.net/assets/Aiken%20Camellia_%20Society%20show_schedule_for%20Augusta_JANUARY%2020%202018.pdf.

    January 20 –  “Nikki Lane” at the McCelvey Center in York.   This upstate native and “First Lady of Outlaw Country” is guaranteed to captivate you with her lyrics, flair, and “unbridled nature” so be sure to catch this show!  For more information call (803) 648-3948 or visit http://chmuseums.org/event/2315/.

    January 20 –  Come Draw With Me at the Museum of York County in Rock Hill.  Presented by Piedmont regional artists, you’ll have the chance to look over their shoulders, have the chance to sketch works of art in the museum, learn tips from art students attending Winthrop University, and see a special guest from the Carolina Raptor Center, Diaval the Raven, as she demonstrates her use of a paintbrush as a tool. For more information call (803) 329-2121 or visit http://chmuseums.org/event/2323/.

    January 20 –  That 70’s Gala at the Center for the Arts in Rock Hill.  The Gala will take you back to 1970’s with funky music by Chunky Daddy, retro hors d’oeuvres, a wine pull, signature cocktails, and a silent auction, so dress in your favorite 70’s attire and prepare for an evening that will be “DY-NO-MITE!”  For more information call (803) 328-2787 or visit http://www.yorkcountyarts.org/that70sgala.

    January 20, & 27 –  Guided Trail Ride starting at the Horse Barn of the Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill.  Enjoy an hour and a half long trail ride led by the equestrian staff along the trails of the Greenway.  For more information call (803) 547-4575 or visit https://www.ascgreenway.org/events/detail/guided-trail-ride-from-horse-barn-183.

     

    January 21 –  “Classic Albums Live: Fleetwood Mac” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  Classic Albums Live will recreate the Grammy Award winning album, Rumors, live and on stage for you just as it was created for the album.  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit http://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=classic-albums-fleetwood-mac.

    January 22 –  Matinee Mystery Theatre: “Til Death Do Us Part” at the Narroway Theatre in Fort Mill.  Enjoy an afternoon of good food and a great show while trying to figure out “who dunnit”!  For more information call (803) 202-2300 or visit https://narroway.net/mystery-theater/til-death.

    January 22 –  “Irving Berlins I Love a Piano” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  This musical revue will span seven decades of music, with 60 of his most “enduring and popular favorites” such as Puttin on the Ritz, and There’s No Business Like Show Business, so plan to take yourself on a historical journey down memory lane at this unforgettable show! For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit http://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=irving-berlin-s-i-love-a-piano.

    January 23 –  From the Depths of the Earth and Ocean at the Museum of York County in Rock Hill.  Seminar one of three will present the “dynamic origins of the Carolina Piedmont”. For more information call (803) 329-2121 or visit http://chmuseums.org/event/2324/.

    January 25 –  “Dublin Irish Dance” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  Enjoy an evening of Celtic singing and dancing with the talented musicians, singers, and dancers of this unforgettable show!  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=dublin-irish-dance.

    January 26 –  “A Tribute to Peter, Paul & Mary & Simon and Garfunkle” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  Take a journey down memory lane with the one of a kind folk ballads in this tribute by Columbia natives to these not-to-be-forgotten talented historical musicians. For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=a-tribute-to-peter-paul-mary.

    January 27 –  Watercolor Textures with Marcia Kort Buike at the Center for the Arts in Rock Hill.  Here’s a chance for all levels of talent to learn the art of creating texture in watercolor paintings.  For more information call (803) 328-2787 or visit https://www.yorkcountyarts.org/art-classes.

    January 27 –  “Jimmy Fortune” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  This former musician from the Statler Brothers will mesmerize you with his beautiful tenor voice and talented musical abilities.  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=jimmy-fortune.

    January 28 –  The Second City Improv Workshop at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry. If you a fan of improve and want to test your talents live, this might be the place for you to start, but contact them soon as there are on 15 slots available or just come out and enjoy the show!  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=the-second-city-improv-workshop.

    January 28 –  “Second City” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  Here is your chance to see some of the up and coming comedians who will surely provide you with an evening of fun and tremendous laughter!  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=the-second-city.

    January 29 –  “Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  Come out for an evening filled with amazing music by this 2 time Grammy Award winning artist from Louisiana and his band!  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=terrance-simien-the-zydeco-exp.

    February 2 –  “The Pitchforks” at the Wood Auditorium in Camden.  Duke University’s acapella group is back for one performance only and is prepared to dazzle you with their talent!  For more information call (803) 425-7676 or visit http://www.fineartscenter.org/events/2018/02/02/pitchforks2018/.

    February 2 –  Color Me Calm at the Center for the Arts in Rock Hill.  Learn how to de-stress yourself through the fun of creating a simple and calm watercolor painting.  For more information call (803) 328-2787 or visit https://www.yorkcountyarts.org/art-classes.

    February 2 & 3 –  “Wonderland” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  Presented by the Newberry Ballet Guild, experience Alice in Wonderland as you’ve never seen it before!  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=wonderland-fri-feb-2.

    February 2 – 4 –  Annual Antiques in the Heart of Aiken Show & Sale at the Aiken Center for the Arts in Aiken.  The start of this event will include cocktails and a preview party followed by three days to view the tremendous antiques available with over 20 antique dealers across the country displaying and selling museum quality items.  For more information call (803) 641-9094 or visit http://aikenantiqueshow.com/.

    February 3 –  By Way of the Back Door at Historic Brattonsville in McConnells.  Learn about the lives of the enslaved that use to reside at this plantation, with living history demonstrations such as cooking. For more information call (803) 684-2327 or visit http://chmuseums.org/event/2327/.

    February 3 –  “Elvis, the Legend” with Alex Mitchell and Cote Deonath at the Sylvia Theater in York.  Although he has been gone for 40 years, his music still lives on, so come out and enjoy hearing some of your favorite songs!  For more information call (803) 884-5590 or visit http://sylviatheatre.com/.

    February 3 –  Battle of Rivers Bridge Anniversary Lectures at the Rivers Bridge State Historic Site in Ehrhardt.  Hear several presenters talk about Civil War medicine and research done on the Union casualties from this battle buried at the Beaufort National Cemetery.  For more information call (803) 267-3675 or visit https://southcarolinaparks.com/rivers-bridge/programs-and-events.

    February 4 –  “The Glenn Miller Orchestra” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  Here is a chance to see the world’s most favorite Big Band prepared to take you on a walk down memory lane!  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=glenn-miller-orchestra.

    February 5 –  “Arlo Guthrie RE: Generation Tour” at the Newberry Opera House in Newberry.  This historical singer/songwriter/storyteller whose claim to fame is the song “Alice’s Restaurant” will sing that and more hits along with some new material  to provide you with a fun evening of entertainment!  For more information call (803) 276-6264 or visit https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/shows-and-events.html?show_name=arlo-guthrie-re-generation-tour.

     

    LOWCOUNTRY:

    Daily –  “Day in the Life of a Sailor” at Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site in Charleston.  Board the 17th Century sailing ketch and learn about the trade and travel of that period.  For more information call (843) 852-4200 or visit http://www.southcarolinaparks.com/products/10003481.

     

    Daily –  History Tours at the Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon in Charleston.  Learn about the history of the Old Exchange, which presents an array of relics from the Civil and Revolutionary Wars, as well as a fun tour of the Provost Dungeon while hearing stories of pirates and patriots.  For more information call (888) 763-0448 or visit http://oldexchange.org/planavisit/.

     

    Mondays –  Coastal Kayaking at Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet.  Enjoy some salt water kayaking on the marsh of this beautiful State Park.  For more information call (843) 235-8755 or visit http://www.sout hcarolinaparks.com/products/10002638.

     

    Tuesdays and Thursdays – Saturdays  –  Bulls Island Ferry Service and Eco Tour, starting at Garris Landing in Awendaw.  Bulls Island is part of the Cape Romaine National Wildlife Refuge and can only be accessed by boat or by ferry.  For more information call (843) 881-4582 or visit http://www.bullsislandferry.com/.

     

    Tuesdays through Sundays –  Guided Tours at the McLeod Plantation Historic Site on James Island.  Enjoy a tour of the last of 17 antebellum plantations on James Island.   For more information call (843) 762-2172 or visit https://www.ccprc.com/1447/McLeod-Plantation-Historic-Site.

     

    Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays –  Myrtle’s Market at Mr. Joe White Avenue at Oak Street in Myrtle Beach.  This local market is the place to get fresh produce for your vacation.  For more information call (843) 918-4906 or visit http://www.cityofmyrtlebeach.com/market.html.

     

    Thursdays –  “The Civil War Era” at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head Island.  Learn a little about Hilton Head’s part in the history of the Civil War.  For more information call (843) 689-6767 ext. 223 or visit http://www.coastaldiscovery.org/home/discover-and-learn/site-tours-programs/.

     

    Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays –  Charleston Night Market at Market Street in Charleston.  This evening event includes 120 artists and vendors all local selling locally made items, with live entertainment to serenade you along the way.  For more information call (843) 937-0920 or visit http://www.thecharlestoncitymarket.com/main/night-market-explore.

     

    Fridays –  Sunset Celebration at Shelter Cove Park on Hilton Head Island.  Enjoy watching the sun set while you enjoy live entertainment on the lawn.  For more information call (843) 757-9889 or visit http://www.sheltercovetownecentre.com/events/sunset-celebration.

     

    Fridays thru Tuesdays –  Guided House Tours at Hampton Plantation  State Historic Site in McClellanville.  Learn about the prominent Colonial families that lived in the home and about the construction of the homes of that period.  For more information call (843) 546-9361 or visit http://www.southcarolinaparks.com/products/10002645.

     

    Third Saturdays –  Craft Show at the Bi-Lo Palmetto Pavilion in Mount Pleasant.  Event includes crafts by local artisans.  For more information call (843) 884-0163 or visit https://www.facebook.com/ECCG3rdSaturdays.

     

    Third Saturdays –  Cannon Firings at Charles Towne Landing in Charleston.  Come experience the firing of a 17th century cannon.  For more information call (843) 852-4200 or visit http://www.southcarolinaparks.com/files/State%20Parks%20Files/CTL/CTL_3Sat_Cannon.pdf.

     

    Saturdays –  Farmers Market at Marion Square in Charleston.  Start your day with a freshly made breakfast, a fresh cup of coffee, and purchase fresh produce, plants, and a variety of others items while enjoying time in this beautiful space.  For more information call (843) 724-7309 or visit http://www.charlestonfarmersmarket.com/.

     

    Saturdays –  Honey Horn Nature Walk at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head Island.  Enjoy a tour of some of the natural areas, as well as the gardens, at this beautiful site.  For more information call (843) 689-6767 ext. 223 or visit http://www.coastaldiscovery.org/event-registration/?ee=3398.

     

    Saturdays –  Snakes and Reptiles at Huntington Beach State Park  in Murrells Inlet.  Learn about these secretive animals while learning about their benefit in nature.  You’ll even get the chance to touch one of these fascinating creatures.  For more information call (843) 237-4440 or visit http://southcarolinaparks.com/products/10002642.

     

    Tuesday through Sunday –  Guided Tours of the McLeod Plantation Historic Site in Charleston.  This is a 60 acre plantation with one of the best intact examples of slaves’ quarters.  For more information call (843) 762-2172 or visit http://www.mcleodplantation.org/.

    Through January 20, 2018 –  Homegrown Heroes: The Lowcountry in World War II” at the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage in Ridgeland.  Learn how this war impacted the lowcountry of South Carolina.  For more information call (843) 284-9927 or visit http://www.morrisheritagecenter.org/exhibits/.

    Through February 19 –  Fairy Houses & Gnome Homes at the Caw Caw Interpretive Center County Park in Ravenel.  The fairies and gnomes are short on housing so stop by the Park office to find out where to go and create a home using your imagination and all natural materials.  For more information call (843) 795-4386 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/141652639942900/.

    Through February 25 –  A Renaissance Woman: “Ferdi” and the Gardens of Old Town at Charles Towne Landing Historic Site in Charleston.  A ranger will take you on a Home and Garden Tour of the Legare-Waring House and tell you about the life of Ferdinanda Legare Waring and her talents that not only included gardening but also preservation of the current Historical Site.  For more information call (803) 734-0156 or visit https://southcarolinaparks.com/products/10003837.

    January 17 –  “Dr. Strangelove” at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston.  Produced in 1964, this political satire black comedy film satirizes the fear of a Cold War conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union.  For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1609716-dr-strangelove-charleston/.

    January 17 – 18 –  South Carolina AgriBiz and Farm Expo at the Florence Civic Center in Florence.  This free event will provide you a chance to hear some outstanding speakers and participate in some educational workshops with something for every type of agricultural business so don’t miss out on this chance to enhance your knowledge base!  For more information call (843) 250-7900 or visit http://scagribizexpo.com/.

    January 18 –  “Gershwin and Berstein Take New York” and Tonight, Tonight Gala at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  Start your evening with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s honoring of Bernstein’s centennial followed by the College of Charleston’s piano professor’s performance of Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue”, with the Annual Gala to follow the performance with a silent auction in the Grand Ballroom while mingling with the musicians and other guests.  For more information call (843) 724-5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/gershwin-bernstein-take-new-york/.

    January 18 –  “New Standard Time: The Great American Songbook” at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston.  Nnenna Freelon and the Charleston Jazz Orchestra will provide you with one unforgettable evening of fabulous music!  For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1603322-new-standard-time-great-charleston/.

    January 18 –  “Shopkins Live” at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston.  Every little girl will absolutely love this show . . . and likely so will their mothers and other adult female relatives!  For more information call (843) 529-5000 or visit https://www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com/events/detail/shopkins-live.

    January 18 – 21 –  Charleston Jazz Festival at a variety of locations around Charleston.  It’s that time of year again when people from all over the southeast flock to Charleston to enjoy this four day festival with some of the greatest jazz musicians performing so be sure to put this weekend on your calendar!  For more information call (843) 641-0011 or visit https://charlestonjazz.com/festival/.

    January 19 –  Black & White Party at The Cedar Room in Charleston.  This event is to raise money to help breast cancer patients from diagnosis to remission, so plan to come out for an evening of fun with cocktails and wonderful food, a silent auction with amazing items to bid on, and music by The Voltage Bros.  For more information call (843) 410-7970 or visit http://www.soslowcountry.org/black-white-party-2018/.

    January 19 –  “The Five Browns” at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  With all five siblings being the first family to have five members accepted to Juilliard, these extremely talented musicians will blow you away!  For more information call (843) 724-5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/5-browns/.

    January 19 –  “Eddie B. ‘Teachers Only’ Tour” at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston.  This comedian is tapping into the minds of teachers to create a type of comedy that is taking him right to the top of the comedy charts!  For more information call (843) 529-5000 or visit https://www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com/events/detail/eddie-b-teachers-only-tour.

    January 19 – 27 –  “Driving Miss Daisy” at the Florence Little Theatre in Florence.  Based on the wonderful film of the same name, this is one production you will absolutely warm your heart!  For more information call (843) 662-3731 or visit http://www.florencelittletheatre.org/shows.

    January 19 – February 4 –  “Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike” at the Footlight Players Theatre in Charleston.  This 2013 Tony Award Winner for Best Play will leave you filled with laughter throughout the production and beyond!  For more information call (843) 722-4487 or visit http://footlightplayers.net/events/vanya-sonia-marsha-spike/.

    January 20 –  Off-Road Duathlon at the Laurel Hill County Park in Mt. Pleasant.  This beginner friendly event will include a 2-mile run, 7-mile bike ride, and 2 more run miles, but you’ll want to have relatively wide, knobby tires for the bike ride.  For more information call (843) 795-4386 or visit https://www.ccprc.com/3263/Off-Road-Duathlon.

    January 20 –  “Johnny Lang Signs World Tour” at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach.  You’ll enjoy an evening filled with this tremendous blues artist!  For more information visit http://www.houseofblues.com/myrtlebeach/EventDetail?tmeventid=0E005301DAE3B0A7&offerid=53857.

    January 20 –  “Kenny G” at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  This astounding musician and Grammy award winner, whose career spans three decades, will fill your evening with the beautiful sounds of his saxophone!  For more information call (843) 724-5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/kenny-g/.

    January 20 –  “PBR: Real Life Pain Relief Velocity Tour” at the North Charleston Coliseum in North Charleston.  This show is filled some of the most amazing bull riders, so if you like this kind of show, you won’t want to miss it!  For more information call (843) 529-5000 or visit https://www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com/events/detail/pbr-real-time-pain-relief-velocity-tour.

    January 20 – 21 –  Palmetto Volleyball: January Jam at the Charleston Area Convention Center in Charleston.  If you like volleyball, come see some of the best teams around!  For more information call (843) 529-5000 or visit https://www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com/events/detail/palmetto-volleyball-january-jam.

    January 20 – 21 –  “The Giver” at the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston.  Based on the award winning book for young people, tells the story of a boy who lives in a perfect world but is given the role of “Receiver of Memory” and learns what all the society had to give up to achieve the conflict free world!  For more information call (843) 577-7183 or visit https://www.charlestonstage.com/shows-and-tickets/51-the-giver.html.

     

     

    January 23 –  “They Might Be Giants” at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston.  Back on the road with a new show and an expanded line-up of musicians, some come out and enjoy the show!  For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1581143-they-might-be-giants-charleston/.

    January 23 – 24 –  “Shen Yun” at  the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston.  This tremendous show filled with traditional Chinese cultural performing arts is filled with color and dancing, and will absolutely mesmerize you!  For more information call (843) 529-5000 or visit https://www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com/events/detail/shen-yun-2.

    January 23 – February 24 –  “I Got You Babe” at the Thirty-Four West Theatre in Charleston.  A small city girl finds herself working in a big city 1960’s department store in this All New “groovical” by the sellout hit “Groovy Kinda Love”.  For more information call (843) 901-9343 or visit https://www.34west.org/tickets/i-got-you-babe.

    January 25 –  “Pink Martini” at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  This tremendous little orchestra that can perform in 22 languages will blow you away with their magnificent talent!  For more information call (843) 724-5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/pink-martini/.

    January 25 –  Carolopolis Awards at the Riviera Theater at Belmond Charleston Place in Charleston.  Celebrating those involved in the very best historical preservation efforts in Charleston with the awards ceremony followed by a full reception. For more information visit https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3119150.

    January 26 –  “The Del McCoury Band”  at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston. Celebrating 50 years of making hardcore bluegrass music, he’s here to show you he’s still making music like never before!  For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1583902-del-mccoury-band-charleston/.

    January 27 –  Traditional Gullah Folk Music featuring Sharon Cooper Murray at the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage in Ridgeland.  This native South Carolinian will tell you how Christianity was introduced to West African slaves and the development of folk and praise music in their communities.  For more information call (843) 284-9227 or visit http://www.morrisheritagecenter.org/events/.

    January 27 –  “Mike Allen & Friends present ‘Why, Why, Why’” at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston.  This Charleston engineer with a consulting business decided to try writing songs, and who just last year, with RCA Record producer and guitarist created his first CD of all his originals songs, so don’t miss a chance to celebrate another local talented artist!  For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1616429-mike-allen-friends-present-charleston/.

    January 27 –  Hilton Head Snow Day at the Shelter Cove Community Park on Hilton Head Island.  Although the real stuff blessed the area this year, here is a chance for more family fun, with a snowfield, inflatables, and entertainment!  For more information call (843) 681-7273 or visit https://www.islandreccenter.org/community-events/snow-day.

    January 27 –  “Kings of Pop” at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston.  This will be an amazing evening of music by Michael Jackson and Prince so don’t miss this event in honor of these two fantastic artists and musicians.  For more information call (843) 529-5000 or visit https://www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com/events/detail/kings-of-pop.

    January 27 – 28 –  Charleston Kennel Club Dog Show at the Exchange Park in Ladson.  You’ll enjoy seeing some of the most beautiful dogs in the area.  For more information visit http://www.coastalcarolinafair.org/events/2018/dog-show.

    January 28 –  “Cabaret” at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  Based on the Tony Award winning production set in pre-WWII Berlin will have you singing the songs long after you leave! For more information call (843) 724-5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/cabaret/.

    January 28 –  Low Country Oyster Festival at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant.  They’ll have 80,000 pounds of oysters available, so put this on your calendar and plan to eat your fill of oysters, enter a shucking or eating contest if you wish, enjoy wine, domestic and imported beers, live entertainment, other foods prepared by local restaurants, a children’s area, and a whole lot of fun! For more information visit http://www.charlestonrestaurantassociation.com/lowcountry-oyster-festival/.

    January 28 –  The Great American Race at West Ashley Park in Charleston.  100 teams will participate in this adventure race similar to the one on television, with fun mental and physical tasks to perform along the way with teamwork required, with ages 4 to 84 welcome to participate with a recreational level and competitive level included so come out and enjoy the fun!  For more information visit https://www.greatamazingrace.com/charleston.html.

    January 30 –  “Go, Dog. Go!” at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  This story based on the book by P.D. Eastman, is a favorite show of many kids, filled with adventure, excitement, and lots of laughs!  For more information call (843) 724-5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/go-dog-go/.

    January 30 – 31 –  “The Illusionists Present Adam Trent” at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston.  You are guaranteed to have one incredible evening of magic, humor, and music that if perfect for the entire family!  For more information call (843) 529-5000 or visit https://www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com/events/detail/circus-1903.

    February 1 –  The Black Jacket Symphony presents Tom Petty’s “Damn the Torpedoes” at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston.  This band will play this Tom Petty album in its entirety followed by other favorite songs by this amazing artist.  For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1574610-black-jacket-symphony-present-charleston/.

    February 1 – 28 –  Gullah Celebration at a variety of locations around the Hilton Head Island area.  This fun annual event will immerse you in the Gullah culture of amazing food, dance, art, and so much more, so don’t miss out!  For more information visit http://gullahcelebration.com/.

    February 2 –  “Cowboy: The Ultimate Kid Rock Tribute” at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach.  If you are a Kid Rock fan, don’t miss the chance to see this show!  For more information visit http://www.houseofblues.com/myrtlebeach/concert-events#/event-popup.

    February 2 –  Surf & Ale Bash at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston.  Come out and enjoy an evening of surf films, craft brews, and good food!  For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1616410-4th-annual-surf-ale-bash-charleston/.

    February 2 – 3 –  “Classic Bernstein and Gershwin” at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  Many favorites of these two composers will be performed by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra.  For more information call (843) 724 -5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/classical-bernstein-gershwin-2/.

    February 2 – 4 –  Low Country Winter Coin Show at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds in Ladson.  At this event you’ll find coins, currency, and other collectibles with a table just for the kids to introduce them to the world of collecting.  For more information visit http://www.lowcountrycoinclub.com/#.

    February 3 –  Groundhog Day Concert at the Music Farm in Charleston.  You’ll enjoy an evening of great music from Sisters Matsuda and Bill Carson while having a whole lot of fun! For more information call (843) 853-2252 or visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1592845-groundhog-day-no-6-charleston/.

    February 3 –  Save the Light Half-Marathon & 5K at the Folly Beach Pier.  Help support preservation of the Morris Island Lighthouse by participating in either the  run and run/walk event.  For more information call (843) 795-4386 or visit https://www.ccprc.com/3258/Save-the-Light-Half-Marathon-5K.

    February 3 –  Shuckin for Shelter Oyster Roast at Oakley Farms in Moncks Corner.  This all you can eat oyster event with alternative food options available will be held in a beautiful country setting and will benefit the Callen-Lacey Center for Children who provides a safe shelter for abused children.  For more information call (843) 266-5200 or visit https://cydc.org/shuckin-for-shelter/.

    February 3 –  Paws and Pearls Oyster Roast at the Summerville Country Club in Summerville.  Spend an evening enjoying all you can eat oysters, chili and other foods, beer and wine, while enjoying a silent auction and live music by PlaneJane with proceeds to benefit the Dorchester Animal Shelter. For more information call (843) 871-3820 or visit https://dorchesterpaws.org/event/oysterroast/.

    February 3 –  Charleston STEM Festival at Brittlebank Park in Charleston.  This free event for all ages will include over 80 exhibitors providing hands-on activities, live performances, interactive demonstrations, and family-oriented STEM entertainment so don’t miss out on this chance to have a fun time with your kids. For more information visit http://charlestonstemfest.org/.

    February 6 –  “Darius & Twig” at the Gaillard Center in Charleston.  This story, based on the novel by Walter Dean Myers, this story about two teenage friends who struggle to progress in their life goals is a great show for kids in grades 5th through 8th. For more information call (843) 724-5212 or visit https://gaillardcenter.org/event/the-kennedy-center-presents-darius-twig/.

    February 6 – February 25 –  “Dial M for Murder” at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina on Hilton Head Island.  Chosen as the number one non-musical classic, this favorite production will have you sitting on the edge of your seat as you try to figure out “who dunnit”.   For more information call (843) 686-3945 or visit http://www.artshhi.com/performance-shows/murder.

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