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  • When I First Remember
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Sep-07-17-Jan-11-18

    When I First Remember Who: Lady in White Productions presents When I First Remember What: Family-friendly night of entertainment Takes the audience on a journey with African slaves on their way to the Low Country Highlights how they survived, persevered and adapted in a foreign land, giving rise to a unique culture and identity, Gullah-Geechee, that is recognized and emulated today Why: Every Thursday we open the doors of Charleston third oldest structure ” Old Bethel United Methodist Church” . To educate tourists on the history and origins of the enslaved peoples of the Low Country and how their resilience and influence created the modern day African-American and Gullah-Geechee communities. We give visitors a chance to come in and sit, sing, see, and be apart of living history of the church and tell the story of the church and our lives as enslave and free people here in the Low Country. The mission of When I First Remember is to tell the story of the African slaves of the Low Country that gave birth to a unique culture and identity known as the Gullah-Geechee culture. Description: When I First Remember takes the viewer on a journey with the characters who are African slaves traveling to the Low Country on a slave ship. The audience will be transported with the actors and witness how they survived, adjusted and adapted to their new world, creating a new culture and identity that is recognized today…the Gullah-Geechee culture. (A portion of the proceeds from this production help to upkeep this National Monument ) Season June 1- October 5th every Thursday

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  • When I First Remember
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Sep-14-17-Jan-18-18

    When I First Remember Who: Lady in White Productions presents When I First Remember What: Family-friendly night of entertainment Takes the audience on a journey with African slaves on their way to the Low Country Highlights how they survived, persevered and adapted in a foreign land, giving rise to a unique culture and identity, Gullah-Geechee, that is recognized and emulated today Why: Every Thursday we open the doors of Charleston third oldest structure ” Old Bethel United Methodist Church” . To educate tourists on the history and origins of the enslaved peoples of the Low Country and how their resilience and influence created the modern day African-American and Gullah-Geechee communities. We give visitors a chance to come in and sit, sing, see, and be apart of living history of the church and tell the story of the church and our lives as enslave and free people here in the Low Country. The mission of When I First Remember is to tell the story of the African slaves of the Low Country that gave birth to a unique culture and identity known as the Gullah-Geechee culture. Description: When I First Remember takes the viewer on a journey with the characters who are African slaves traveling to the Low Country on a slave ship. The audience will be transported with the actors and witness how they survived, adjusted and adapted to their new world, creating a new culture and identity that is recognized today…the Gullah-Geechee culture. (A portion of the proceeds from this production help to upkeep this National Monument ) Season June 1- October 5th every Thursday

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-19-17-Oct-31-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-20-17-Nov-01-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-21-17-Nov-02-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

  • Earn an Online MBA from UNC
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Sep-21-17

    835 Coleman Blvd. Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

    835 Coleman Blvd. Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

    This information session will explain how you can earn your MBA from UNC online (MBA@UNC), so classes fit with your busy schedule. This is one of the top 5 graduate business programs in the country, so if you’re interested, stop by! Alumni and current students will attend to answer questions and explain their own experiences in the program. Food & drinks will be provided.

  • When I First Remember
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Sep-21-17-Jan-25-18

    When I First Remember Who: Lady in White Productions presents When I First Remember What: Family-friendly night of entertainment Takes the audience on a journey with African slaves on their way to the Low Country Highlights how they survived, persevered and adapted in a foreign land, giving rise to a unique culture and identity, Gullah-Geechee, that is recognized and emulated today Why: Every Thursday we open the doors of Charleston third oldest structure ” Old Bethel United Methodist Church” . To educate tourists on the history and origins of the enslaved peoples of the Low Country and how their resilience and influence created the modern day African-American and Gullah-Geechee communities. We give visitors a chance to come in and sit, sing, see, and be apart of living history of the church and tell the story of the church and our lives as enslave and free people here in the Low Country. The mission of When I First Remember is to tell the story of the African slaves of the Low Country that gave birth to a unique culture and identity known as the Gullah-Geechee culture. Description: When I First Remember takes the viewer on a journey with the characters who are African slaves traveling to the Low Country on a slave ship. The audience will be transported with the actors and witness how they survived, adjusted and adapted to their new world, creating a new culture and identity that is recognized today…the Gullah-Geechee culture. (A portion of the proceeds from this production help to upkeep this National Monument ) Season June 1- October 5th every Thursday

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-22-17-Nov-03-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-23-17-Nov-04-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

  • Taylor Music Group 2017-18 Season Gala
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Sep-23-17

    The Taylor Music Group will hold a gala concert and reception to celebrate the beginning of its 2017-2018 season: Classical and Folk in Harmony on Oct. 23, 7pm, at the Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting Street. The event will feature performances from the classical and folk components of the Taylor Music Group, including choral selections from the Taylor Festival Choir (TFC), jigs and reels performed by Na Fidleiri, intricate folk arrangements by Mary Taylor, Bart Saylor and Jim Carrier, and operatic selections performed by soloists from the TFC. Directors Mary and Rob Taylor will lead the proceedings. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be provided. Tickets are $50, and are available at www.tmgcharleston.com.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-24-17-Nov-05-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-25-17-Nov-06-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-26-17-Nov-07-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-27-17-Nov-08-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

  • Whiskey After Dark
    7:30 pm-10:00 pm
    Sep-27-17

    38 Alexander Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    38 Alexander Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    The Local Palate, in partnership with Breakthru Beverage, welcomes the world’s top whiskey ambassadors to Charleston for the fourth annual Whiskey After Dark.

    Sample more than 100 whiskeys, including bourbons and scotches, as well as craft beer and wine at the historic Gadsden House on Wednesday, September 27, 2017.

    Pitmaster Rodney Scott will be serving up his acclaimed whole hog barbecue as attendees enjoy live music by local bluegrass artists the Bluestone Ramblers in the venue’s courtyard garden. This year, the annual event features new offerings for non-whiskey drinkers including a craft beer and wine garden, in addition to a mocktail bar serving nonalcoholic cocktails created by mixologist Justin Edgar of Cannon Green.

    Doors open for general admission at 7:30pm for an all-inclusive spirit tasting and a barbecue feast. VIP ticket holders are invited to arrive early for a private tasting of top-shelf whiskeys, including Johnnie Walker Blue and Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select at 6:30pm.

    And the night doesn’t end there! Don’t miss the after-party hosted by Gentry Bar & Room. The After Dark Party is open to all attendees. VIP ticket holders will enjoy a complimentary, signature Gentry craft cocktail, and late night bites by chef Marvin Woods. A portion of proceeds will benefit Charleston Animal Society.

    Purchase your tickets today at thelocalpalate.com/whiskeyafterdark2017.

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-28-17-Nov-09-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

  • 3rd Annual Builder Bash Gala
    6:30 pm-10:30 pm
    Sep-28-17
    The Cedar Room 701 East Bay Street Charleston, SC 29403

    The Cedar Room 701 East Bay Street Charleston, SC 29403

    Charleston Habitat for Humanity invites you to party for a purpose! On Thursday, September 28, 2017, join us at The Cedar Room for a fun filled evening of bites, beverages, auctions, and live music as we raise funds and awareness to help Charleston families in need of decent, affordable housing. Tired of the traditional suit and tie? No problem! We encourage you to think outside the box with “construction couture” attire. Let your creativity take over as you mix your typical cocktail attire with construction gear. It’s the only party in Charleston where guests can wear Carhartt and Chanel in the same ensemble. For some, home, and the safety and security it entails, can feel like an unattainable dream. Join us in our commitment to make affordable and safe housing a reality for low income families. Be sure to snag your ticket by 08/28/2017 to save $15 for the early bird registration of $85! Sponsorship opportunities and auction partnerships are available by contacting Nancy Lee at nancy@charlestonhabitat.org or 843-203-4025.

  • When I First Remember
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Sep-28-17-Feb-01-18

    When I First Remember Who: Lady in White Productions presents When I First Remember What: Family-friendly night of entertainment Takes the audience on a journey with African slaves on their way to the Low Country Highlights how they survived, persevered and adapted in a foreign land, giving rise to a unique culture and identity, Gullah-Geechee, that is recognized and emulated today Why: Every Thursday we open the doors of Charleston third oldest structure ” Old Bethel United Methodist Church” . To educate tourists on the history and origins of the enslaved peoples of the Low Country and how their resilience and influence created the modern day African-American and Gullah-Geechee communities. We give visitors a chance to come in and sit, sing, see, and be apart of living history of the church and tell the story of the church and our lives as enslave and free people here in the Low Country. The mission of When I First Remember is to tell the story of the African slaves of the Low Country that gave birth to a unique culture and identity known as the Gullah-Geechee culture. Description: When I First Remember takes the viewer on a journey with the characters who are African slaves traveling to the Low Country on a slave ship. The audience will be transported with the actors and witness how they survived, adjusted and adapted to their new world, creating a new culture and identity that is recognized today…the Gullah-Geechee culture. (A portion of the proceeds from this production help to upkeep this National Monument ) Season June 1- October 5th every Thursday

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  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-29-17-Nov-10-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.

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  • Molina Healthcare of South Carolina Celebrates Baby Safety Month with Free Community Baby Shower
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    Sep-30-17

    1092 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. Mt. Pleasant, SC 29462

    1092 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. Mt. Pleasant, SC 29462

    In celebration of Baby Safety Month, Molina Healthcare of South Carolina is partnering with local organizations to host “A Labor of Love Pregnancy Expo” for new and expecting mothers from Mt. Pleasant and the surrounding area. At this free community baby shower, approximately 100 parents and parents-to-be will receive a complimentary Dr. Cleo diaper bag filled with baby essentials.

    To highlight the importance of safe transportation for babies, a speaker will discuss the basics of car seat safety. Parents can also meet local doctors and lactation consultants. Partnering organizations will provide free diapers, wipes, baby clothes and information on maternity care and infant care.

    Additionally, attendees can participate in raffles for blankets and gift baskets for girl or boy babies. The grand raffle prize is an ergonomic baby carrier. They can also enjoy refreshments and fun activities such as face painting and balloon animals.

    All giveaways will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.

     

  • Mattress Firm Foster Kids Shoe Drive
    10:00 am-8:00 pm
    Sep-30-17-Nov-11-17

    All 16 Mattress Firm stores in Charleston are hosting a shoe drive to benefit local foster youth and families. Now through Tuesday, Oct. 31, during normal store hours, Mattress Firm will accept new shoes and monetary contributions to help local foster children walk with confidence. At the end of the nine-week drive, all proceeds will be donated to Growing Home Southeast, Helping & Lending Outreach Support and the South Carolina Youth Advocate Program.

    Throughout the year, Mattress Firm Foster Kids, a program of the Ticket to Dream Foundation, hosts six donation drives at its Charleston-area stores to collect items and raise funds to help thousands of local foster children. Donations from each drive are distributed to partner organizations in the community.