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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    Jul-01-18-Aug-20-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • Saxophonist Dante Lewis (Body and Soul) Tribute to Anita Baker
    5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Jul-01-18

    7550 Dorchester Rd, North Charleston, SC 29418

    7550 Dorchester Rd, North Charleston, SC 29418

    It’s rare to find a jazz artist who so successfully merges his love of soul and groove with such a rich spirituality—but Dante Lewis knows where his inspiration and blessings come from. So he’s not shy about finding ways to share both the jazz and the gospel on his infectious and super soulful first recordings.

    Like his idol Kirk Whalum, he artfully uses God’s gifts and puts the breath of heaven in every note, whether he’s funking up a classic Luther hit or setting the mood with sensual, ambient original ballads. Dante has shared the stage with Boney James, Jonathan Butler, Kirk Whalum, Najee, Kenny Babyface Edmonds, Ashford and Simpson, Norman Brown, Kevin Whalum, Nick Colionne, Brian Simpson, Pieces of a Dream, Angela Winbush, Lamar Campbell, Marvin Sapp and Daniel D.

    This year he is honoring the Great Anita Baker with a Smooth Jazz Tribute.

    The door opens at 5 pm. The show starts at 6 pm.

  • Mosquito Beach Folly Road Freedom Fish Fry
    6:00 pm-10:00 pm
    Jul-01-18

    2225 Mosquito Beach Rd, Charleston, SC 29412

    2225 Mosquito Beach Rd, Charleston, SC 29412

    Bringing buses back to Lowcountry Beaches will be the goal of a Freedom Fish Fry fundraiser planned by Best Friends of Lowcountry Transit, Inc. at the Island Breeze at historic Mosquito Beach on Sol Legare Island on Sunday, July 1st from 6 to 10 pm.  Island breeze is located at 2225 Mosquito Beach Rd, Charleston, SC 29412. Sol Legare Island and Mosquito Beach are off Folly Road between James Island and Folly Beach.  Tickets can be purchased before the event for $15 or 2 for $25 plus taxes and service charges at https://tinyurl.com/freedomfishfry online. Purchasers will get an Afro-carribean fish fry dinner, participate in drawings for door prizes, enjoy music and take part in creative community building activities.  Tickets at the door will be $20 each.

    Event organizer Skyelynn Landry says the goal of the fundraiser is to improve bus service along Folly Road, to improve transit connections to Folly Beach and Mosquito Beach, and to begin work on a Folly Ferry service connecting downtown, James Island, Sol Legare Island and Folly Beach. The event will also help support repairs to the Sol Legare Community center and increase awareness of the culture and community on the Island.

    Dinner will consist of fried fish, beans and rice, Jamaican cabbage salad, and sweet fried plantains with lemonade or tea. Those wanting fortified refreshment can order a “Bus to the Beach,” a rum punch in our colors of red, green and gold.  

     

    There will be music on the backyard stage by Sharon Robles, Marc Kruza and others.  We hope to fill in the artistic decoration in the blank spaces on the Bus to Beach banner pictured above. Everyone will have the chance to make a bus to the beach button commemorating the event.

     

    You can have a try at designing the regional transit system of your dreams with our wooden train parts and new 12 by 15 foot map of the Lowcountry. In the event of rain, Island Breeze has a large indoor event space we’ll hold our activities in.

     

    Later on July 14, the organization will present Bastille Day at the Beach to raise awareness about the importance of returning public transit to Charleston area beaches. CARTA ended its last, badly managed and poorly promoted beach service when it stopped operation of the Island Flex Bus to IOP and Sullivan’s in 2013.

     

    For more information call (843) 870-5299 or see the event page at https://tinyurl.com/freedomfishfry.

     

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    Jul-02-18-Aug-21-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    Jul-03-18-Aug-22-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    Jul-04-18-Aug-23-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    Jul-05-18-Aug-24-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • Curator-led tour of The Carrion Cheer
    6:00 pm-1:51 pm
    Jul-05-18-Jul-06-18

    202 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    202 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Join the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art for a guided tour of our current exhibition, The Carrion Cheer, A Faunistic Tragedya curator-led tour for each of our exhibitions. Learn more about the curatorial process and other behind-the-scenes decisions with a member of the Halsey Institute staff. Curator-led tours occur for every exhibition on the last Thursday of each show. The Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt have created an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp” dedicated to extinct animals.

  • When I First Remember – Season 3
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Jul-05-18-Oct-25-18

    222 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401

    222 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401

    ‘When I First Remember’, an interactive musical play by Lady In White Productions. Experience a journey through the eyes and the voices of the Gullah Geechee heritage and community, a blend of true events from the city of Historic Charleston’s slave trade and the survival of the enslaved Africans. ‘When I First Remember’, a bittersweet story filled with commemorations dedicated to the storytelling, dancing, and music of the Gullah Geechee Culture, rooted right here in the Lowcountry.

    The evening continues with a marketplace where attendees can meet the actors as well as purchase artisan crafts, goods and cuisine from local Gullah-Geechee vendor.

    Facebook.com/WhenIFirstRemember

    VENUE: OLD BETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
    222 Calhoun St.
    Charleston, SC 29401

    ADMISSION: $21

    ADVANCED TICKETS:
    Charleston Visitors Center
    375 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29403

    DOOR TICKETS: 6:30PM

    CAST
    Samelia Adams – Director
    Queen E Atterberry – Conjure Woman and Producer
    Rose Atterberry – Momma Hattie
    Duane Branch – Buster
    Morganne Lamberth – Tissie
    Chaquis Maliqi – Olivia the SongBird
    Sharon Cooper-Murray – The Gullah Lady
    Leneke G. Washington – Elsie

    Learn more at: WhenIFirstRemember.com/cast

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    Jul-06-18-Aug-25-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    Jul-07-18-Aug-26-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • Indigo Dye Class
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    Jul-14-18

    75 Wentworth Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401

    75 Wentworth Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401

    Learn the art of dying with indigo at The Port Mercantile on Saturday, July 14. This hands-on class will demonstrate the various hues of dyeing with indigo on different fabrics. Items will be available for purchase at the Mercantile for dyeing or participants can bring two from home.

     

    White, beige, cream, and light colored items are prefered for dyeing with indigo. But, a pure white fabric is best for a true blue hue. Linen, cotton, or rayon (tencel) are the best fabrics for this class. Items to consider bringing: clothing items (no denim – only lightweight fabric), dinner napkins, pillow case, scarves, or a small apron.

     

    Class times: 10-12pm, 1-3pm, 3-5pm. Tickets are $85 per person.

     

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  • When I First Remember – Season 3
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Jul-19-18-Nov-08-18

    222 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401

    222 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401

    ‘When I First Remember’, an interactive musical play by Lady In White Productions. Experience a journey through the eyes and the voices of the Gullah Geechee heritage and community, a blend of true events from the city of Historic Charleston’s slave trade and the survival of the enslaved Africans. ‘When I First Remember’, a bittersweet story filled with commemorations dedicated to the storytelling, dancing, and music of the Gullah Geechee Culture, rooted right here in the Lowcountry.

    The evening continues with a marketplace where attendees can meet the actors as well as purchase artisan crafts, goods and cuisine from local Gullah-Geechee vendor.

    Facebook.com/WhenIFirstRemember

    VENUE: OLD BETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
    222 Calhoun St.
    Charleston, SC 29401

    ADMISSION: $21

    ADVANCED TICKETS:
    Charleston Visitors Center
    375 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29403

    DOOR TICKETS: 6:30PM

    CAST
    Samelia Adams – Director
    Queen E Atterberry – Conjure Woman and Producer
    Rose Atterberry – Momma Hattie
    Duane Branch – Buster
    Morganne Lamberth – Tissie
    Chaquis Maliqi – Olivia the SongBird
    Sharon Cooper-Murray – The Gullah Lady
    Leneke G. Washington – Elsie

    Learn more at: WhenIFirstRemember.com/cast

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  • Carolina Balloonfest
    3:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Jul-22-18-Oct-21-18

    Friday October 19 3 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

    Saturday October 20 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

    Sunday October 21 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

     

    www.CarolinaBalloonFest.com

     

    Carolina BalloonFest is a three-day weekend of family-fun with special shapes, mass ascensions, hot air balloon competitions, hot air balloon flights, tethered balloon rides, a Saturday evening balloon glow, entertainment on twostages, a wine & craft beer garden, kids zone, walk-in balloon, pilot meet & greet, artisan village & marketplace, and a variety of festival foods. Bring cameras, blankets and lawn chairs. Hot air balloon flights are scheduled twice daily: early morning & late afternoon. All ballooning activities including static display, tethered rides and balloon flights are weather-dependent. The decision to inflate hot air balloons is made just prior to the scheduled ballooning activity. Please read parking instructions on website. 

     

    Children age 12 and younger admitted free.

    Ticket range: $5 to $300 

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  • Introduction to Financial Freedom: Money Mindset
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Jul-24-18-Aug-09-18

    1551 Remount Road, Suite B North Charleston, SC 29406

    1551 Remount Road, Suite B North Charleston, SC 29406

    Who is the class designed for?

    The Money Mindset class is designed for individuals who want to determine what they believe about money and how those beliefs effect their money management.

    What does the class consist of?

    – Identifying your money management behavior

    – Changing the way you think about money

    – Rewriting your money script

    What are the Benefits?

    – Learn the significance of money

    – Determine your money mindset

    – Identify the cause of your current behavior

    Fee: $0 – $30. Sliding Scale based on income and family size.

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  • When I First Remember – Season 3
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Jul-26-18-Nov-15-18

    222 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401

    222 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401

    ‘When I First Remember’, an interactive musical play by Lady In White Productions. Experience a journey through the eyes and the voices of the Gullah Geechee heritage and community, a blend of true events from the city of Historic Charleston’s slave trade and the survival of the enslaved Africans. ‘When I First Remember’, a bittersweet story filled with commemorations dedicated to the storytelling, dancing, and music of the Gullah Geechee Culture, rooted right here in the Lowcountry.

    The evening continues with a marketplace where attendees can meet the actors as well as purchase artisan crafts, goods and cuisine from local Gullah-Geechee vendor.

    Facebook.com/WhenIFirstRemember

    VENUE: OLD BETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
    222 Calhoun St.
    Charleston, SC 29401

    ADMISSION: $21

    ADVANCED TICKETS:
    Charleston Visitors Center
    375 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29403

    DOOR TICKETS: 6:30PM

    CAST
    Samelia Adams – Director
    Queen E Atterberry – Conjure Woman and Producer
    Rose Atterberry – Momma Hattie
    Duane Branch – Buster
    Morganne Lamberth – Tissie
    Chaquis Maliqi – Olivia the SongBird
    Sharon Cooper-Murray – The Gullah Lady
    Leneke G. Washington – Elsie

    Learn more at: WhenIFirstRemember.com/cast

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  • Molina Healthcare’s Back-to-School Bash
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    Jul-28-18

    500 S. Main St., Summerville, SC 295418

    500 S. Main St., Summerville, SC 295418

    Molina Healthcare of South Carolina is partnering with Haven Institute Ministry to host a Back-to-School Bash for Summerville students. At the event, Molina will provide approximately 250 children with free drawstring bags filled with school supplies., Attendees can exercise to make a nutritious refreshment by riding Molina’s popular smoothie bike, which powers an attached blender. The bike promotes healthy eating and physical activity in a fun and engaging way.

     

    Additionally, Coastal Kids Dental will provide pediatric dental care information. Guests can enjoy refreshments such as hot dogs.

                   

    The event is free and open to the public. All giveaways will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis (while supplies last). 

  • Money Talk
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    Jul-28-18

    Faith in Action Christian Fellowship

    Faith in Action Christian Fellowship

    Join the Conversation at Money Talk Community Financial Forum. Birthed out of Money Fair 2018 at the 1st Annual Pastors and Leaders Money Roundtable, Money Talk continues the conversation with the focus on hearing from you, the community. This time, you get to share your heart, ask questions and get answers concerning your money as it relates to your faith. Pastors, Leaders, and community will come together to have a real talk about faith and finances. Get the answers to questions like:

    • What role does the church play in the financial health of a community?

    • Who should the community go to for financial help?

    • What does faith have to do with my money?

    • I can’t afford to tithe, now what?

    • And More

    Moderator and Host Dorothea Bernique, Executive Director of Increasing HOPE Financial Training Center has a passion for providing financial education to all those in need.

    Our first Money Talk Financial Community Forum will be hosted by Apostle Bernard and Pastor Robin Whaley of Faith in Action Christian Fellowship.

    For more information or questions about the event contact us at 843-225-4343.

    Event is FREE.  We do ask that you register at Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/money-talk-community-forum-tickets-47463767406?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

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