Preservation Society Membership Oyster Roast

Food, music and fun for all ages! Membership in the Preservation Society never tasted so good. Catering byCharleston Bay Gourmet with live entertainment by the South Carolina Broadcasters! Proceeds support Quarters “A”. February 4 | 2:00pm – 5:00pm

Gullah Cultural Programs

Learn more about the Gullah culture with a series of free cultural programs at Charles Pinckney National Historic Site sponsored by the National Park Service and Town of Mount Pleasant. The unique culture known collectively today as “Gullah” was developed by enslaved Africans and African Americans on Lowcountry plantations, who made significant contributions not only to the Lowcountry plantation system but also to American culture in general. The cultural programs range from craft demonstrations such as quilting, cast-net making, wood-working, and sweetgrass basket sewing to cooking, African drumming and story-telling, folk-tales, spirituals, and other musical performances. Every Saturday in February & March | 2:00pm

Lowcountry Blues Bash

The 22nd-annual blues festival features a dizzying 14-day program of 100 shows in 59 venues. The event, which presents acts from all over the country, bills itself as “insanely eclectic—all over town and all good.” Venues range from bars and restaurants to harbor cruises and recreation centers. Don’t miss the popular midday concerts at the Charleston Public Library main branch. February 8 to 21

Charleston Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7

Yuriy Bekker, CSO concertmaster, will premiere Charleston composer Edward Hart’s new violin concerto, Under an Indigo Sky. Kodaly’s 1933 piece Dances of Galanta and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 round out the evening. At the baton is Darko Butorac, Music Director of the Missoula Symphony Orchestra. February 11 | 7:30 PM

Middleton Place Camellia Walks

Camellia season officially welcomes spring in the Lowcountry, and Middleton Place is especially beloved for its banks of delicately hued blossoms. Special guided tours focus on camellias throughout the original gardens as well as the “new” camellia garden of the 1950s. Admire hundreds of varieties, including the 1786 Reine des Fleurs, one of the first camellias planted in America. A Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 event award winner. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays February 11 through March 24

An Evening with Darius Rucker Singing the Songs of Frank Sinatra

With a Big Band accompaniment, Grammy Award–winner Darius Rucker (former Hootie & the Blowfish front-man turned country music star) will perform an evening of music by the legendary Frank Sinatra. Following similar concerts in 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010, this MUSC Children’s Hospital Fund benefit has become a highly anticipated event in Charleston’s cultural landscape. February 13 | 8:00pm

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

Now in its thirtieth year, SEWE is the largest wildlife art and nature exposition in the nation, attracting 35,000 attendees to Charleston for a weekend of art and events. Highlights include DockDogs competitions, flight demos by the Center for Birds of Prey, conservation exhibits, outdoor outfitters and guides, wildlife collectibles, cooking demos with local chefs and family activities. February 17 – 19

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