Join us in the Swamp Fox Restaurant on Saturday nights from 5:00pm until 10:00pm for Prime Rib Night featuring a Jazz Pianist. See full menu.
CHARLESTON AREA EVENTS
Thursday 23, October through Thursday, October 30, 2014
Enchantment, Fairy Tales And The Supernatural
Einstein is said to have recommended that parents read their kids fairy tales. So, if you expose your kid to an operatic version of fairy tales, there’s a good chance they’ll be a super genius. WHO: CofC Opera WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday WHERE: Recital Hall of the Simons Center of the Arts
“Marsalis, Well Tempered”
Renowned Grammy Award–winning saxophonist and Tony Award-nominated composer Branford Marsalis joins the highly celebrated Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia in Marsalis “Well-Tempered”, performing Baroque masterpieces by Albinoni, Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and others. Charleston Music Hall 37 John Street, Charleston, SC 29403 843.727.1216
Oct 2 – Nov 10
The Acme Hot Air Balloon Company is whirling with lovesick receptionists and one dimwitted gangster in this glitzy new comedy from award-winning, 34 West Theater, featuring timeless melodies from the 1920s and 30s.. Performance times vary. 200 Meeting Street. 843-901-9343 or 34west.org.
Sea Turtle Hospital
The Sea Turtle Rescue Program is currently rehabilitating eight patients, including Lazarus, a juvenile loggerhead that stranded in Garden City in
June. You can tour the Sea Turtle Hospital at noon and 2 p.m. daily. Learn more about sea turtle patients at the Aquarium blog.
38th Annual Fall Tours of Homes & Gardens
Peek at heirloom silver and meander through carefully cultivated boxwoods during these docent-led tours that invite guests into some of the area’s most historic and architecturally significant dwellings. Multiple venues, 834.722.4630
Evenings in the Market –
Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays
6:30-10:30 pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday through December. Historic Charleston City Market 188 Meeting Street.
Oct 8 – 29
Wine Strolls at Middleton Place Plantation
Wednesday evenings 6 pm – 8 pm; $20 pp online, $25 at the gate from the restaurant at Middleton Place 4300 Ashley River Rd. 843.556.6020.
October 23, 24, 25
Beethoven and Shostakovich, Masterworks II
Yuriy Bekker, conductor and violin, Beethoven – Violin Concerto, Shostakovich – Symphony No. 5, 7:30PM performance. From the Stage: Pre-concert conversations are held from 6:30 – 7:00 pm prior to every Masterworks performance from the stage at the Sottile Theatre.
Walking Tours, Motorized Bus Tours
of the City & Plantations –
available throughout the day with pickups at the Hotel. See Lobby Concierge for reservations.
“Praise House” Tuesdays at 7:15 pm at
The Circular Congregational Church
Come and be a part of a 45 minute presentation that includes Gullah poetry, Gullah stores and Gullah music. A memorable experience for the whole family.
October 27, 29
“The Sound of Charleston”
from Gospel to Gershwin!
Circular Congregational Church @ 7pm.. 150 Meeting St. 800-838-3006 or at door.
Thru Oct 31
Robert Lange Studios at 2 Queen Street
“Stirring Wild” Adam Hall uses charcoals and oils in his paintings of fire and tornadoes showcasing solitude and calm.
Rebecca Jacob Gallery at 502 King Street
VENI, VIDI, VECI An Exhibition of paintings by Philip Morsberger and works on paper by Kevin Earl Taylor & Charlie Mcalister Mix works of art by represented artists. Julia Cart, this month’s artist.
Thursdays through Nov 16
Holy City Bluegrass Cruise SpiritLine Cruises
Cruise the Harbor and enjoy traditional American and Bluegrass music featuring The Bluestone Ramblers, craft beer, and Peach Moonshine Margaritas. Tickets include pub grub and some spirited games of cornhole. Departing from the Aquarium Wharf at 6:30pm (boarding at 5:45 pm) and returning at 8:30 pm. 843.722.2628
Murder Mystery Cruise on the Carolina Queen
City Marina – Wednesdays
Profession actors create the drama and the fun! Full bar including drink specials. Suspense, intrigue, plus laughs! Cruise from 8-9:30 pm (broad 7:30 pm) $29.95/adults. Book only at CharlestonHarborTours.com or 843-722-1112.
Sail Charleston Harbor on the Schooner Pride
Daily afternoon dolphin sails, sunset harbor cruises, moonlight sails, and wine tasting cruises. Departs from Aquarium Wharf. 843-722-1112.
Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre
at 164 Church Street Every day except Mondays and most Wednesdays you can enjoy clean comedy, video shorts, volunteer audience participation, à la carte appetizers, desserts, and drinks. Featured shows: “Inspector NoClue’s Murder Mystery Show”, “Sherlock Holmes and the Charleston History Mystery”, “Heists, Heist Baby” and “Church Street Daughters of the Late Unpleasantness Garden, Gun & Gin Club.” For tickets and show times call 843-937-6453 or www.charlestonmysteriescom.
Fall Tours of Homes & Gardens
Dates To Be Decided
Instead of riding past the historic homes in Charleston’s South of Broad neighborhood on the carriage tours, take a stroll down the streets of the historic district in September and October, during the Fall Tours of Homes & Gardens presented by the Preservation Society of Charleston. For 5 weeks each year, tourist have an opportunity to glimpse inside some of Charleston’s oldest, most exquisite addresses and lush hidden gardens that highlight American architecture from the early 1700s through today www.thefalltours.org/