Join the South Carolina Aquarium Tuesday (Nov. 8) for Wine on the Water, a special evening featuring sustainable seafood, wine, and waterfront views of Charleston Harbor. Enjoy live entertainment and more while benefiting the Aquarium’s education and conservation efforts. On Wednesday (Nov. 9) the Gibbes Museum of Art Women in Art Lecture Series presents Erica Hirshler, Curator of American Paintings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in a discussion of John Singer Sargent’s compelling masterpiece “The Daughters of Edward D. Boit.” On Thursday encounter the work of writer Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts, author of Harlem is Nowhere, during this week’s Charleston Library Society Wide Angle Lunch. The Holiday Festival of Lights, an annual Lowcountry favorite, opens this Friday (Nov. 11), at James Island County Park, through January 1st. For a sneak preview by foot, take part in a two-mile Fun Run and Walk though millions of sparkling lights and hundreds of light displays. Due to popular demand, the non-competitive event will be held twice, on Wednesday (Nov. 9) and Thursday (Nov. 10). Spend an exploratory evening with the Halsey Institute at Friday’s Full Moon Membership Event, which supports the Institute’s innovative contemporary art programs. The highly anticipated Charleston Symphony Orchestra Masterworks series opens Saturday with a concert featuring world-renowned pianistEmanual Ax, photo courtesy of the artist, performing Beethoven’s Emperor Piano Concerto No. 5, Op. 73. Also on the program, DvoYák’s mesmerizing Symphony No. 8.

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