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Swamp Fox Dining Package

Simply a delicious way to enhance your stay!


Enjoy a $75.00 credit toward any meal each day in our own Swamp Fox Restaurant & Bar. Serving classic lowcountry inspired Southern fare; the Swamp Fox boasts an exciting selection of dinner specialty menus for any taste. Our bountiful Breakfast Buffet and Lunch menus are included in your choice as well.

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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.

Events

CHARLESTON AREA EVENTS

Friday, January 23 through Friday, January 30, 2015

Jan 23 & 24 at 7:30 pm:
Tribute to the Beatles: Classical Mystery Tour
CSO conducted by Yurly Bekker at Sottile Theatre, 44 George Street. Tickets: $20-$50; charlestonsymphony.com, or 843-723-7528 ext. 110.

Jan 25:
32nd
Annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival at Boone Hall Plantation
10 am – 5 pm. Visit CHARLESTONRESTAURANTASSOCIATION.COM
For more information & to purchase tickets,

Jan 23-Feb 8:
Footlight Players presents
“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Performances Jan 23, 24, 29, 30, 31, Feb 2, 5, 6, 7 at 8 pm, two matinees at 3 pm on Feb 1 & 8. Tickets: $30-$15. 843-722-4487.

Jan 23-25:
“Anne of Green Gables” at the Dock Street Theatre

Performances Jan 23 at 7:30 pm; Jan 24 at 11 am & 3 pm; Jan 25 @ 3 pm.

Jan 22-25:
The 2015 Inaugural Charleston International Jazz Festival

Special guests and favorites from various JAC Jazz Series and Charleston Jazz Orchestra performances, celebrating Charleston’s storied jazz tradition, JAC’s presenting history and today’s vibrant jazz community. Celebrating Jazz in the Holy City at The Mezz, 276 King Street, and American Theatre at 446 King Street each day. WWW.CHSJAZZFEST.COM (http://charlestonjazzfestival.com/tickets/)

Jan 24:
The Sound of Charleston – From Gospel to Gershwin

Experience the musical sounds that help define Charleston’s history from haunting spirituals, camp songs, jazz, to light classics and Gershwin. Congregational Church, 150 Meeting Street, doors open 6:30 pm, performance at 7 pm. Tickets can be purchased 843-270-4903 and at the door. Adults/$28, Senior/$25.

Jan 24: Braise & Brew Dinner at Middleton Place Plantation
6-9 pm $85 pp

Middleton Place Restaurant hosts an evening of braised meats and vegetables with specially paired seasonal beers & micro-brews from Holy City Brewing in the Pavilion while enjoying Charleston singer/songwriter Graham Whorley throughout the evening. Purchase tickets online at MiddletonPlace.org.

Thru Feb 8:
“Don’t Cry For Me, Margaret Mitchell”
at Threshold Theatre

Evenings (Thurs. Fri and Sat) at 8pm and Sundays at 3 pm. www.thresholdrep.org
Adults/$25; Seniors/$20; Students/Military/$15

Walking Tours, Motorized Bus Tours
of the City and/or a Plantation

Available throughout the day. Please see Lobby Concierge for pickup times and reservations

Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry –

25 Ann Street
Charleston’s place for kids to explore, play, and learn. Hours: Tues-Sat 9-5 pm; Sun noon – 5 pm; $10 pp, $8/SC residents; 12 months & under – free. (843) 853-8962.

Through Jan. 31:
Charleston Museum Mile Month

With one ticket, participants will have access to 11 different museums during the entire month of January. Purchase the $25 pp tickets at the Visitors Center.

Jan 24-Mar 7:
“Patterns of Place: Isomorphic Map Tables”
Halsey Institute

Jan 23: Opening Reception, 6:30-8pm – 161 Calhoun St. 11-4pm Mon-Sat.
Jan 24, 2 pm Gallery Talk with Patricia Boinest Potter
Jan 25, 2 pm Braided Interview featuring Douglas Hofstadter and Mark Sloan

Spa Adagio at the Francis Marion Hotel
Specializing in massage, skin and nail care and more. Adagio blends 16 years of experience and expertise to make your experience special. Open 10-7 Monday thru Saturday, but other times by appointment. Call 843-577-ahhh to schedule an appointment. Visit their website for services and special offers, www.spaadagio.com

Month of January at
The Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre

“Church Street Daughters of the Late Unpleasantness Garden, Gun, and Gin Club,” Sherlock Holmes” and “Inspector NoCue’s.”

Featuring a la carte appetizers, desserts, and drinks along with the volunteer audience participation at each show. Tickets: $15-24. Call 843-937-6453 or on line at www.charlestonmysteries.com – 164 Church Street.

Coming up in February Feb 7, 14, 21, & 28:
Candlelight tours of
the Nathaniel Russell House Museum
Step back in time and learn about what life would be like in 1808 before electricity and the importance of light during this time period while guided through this beautifully lit house. The 45 minute Candlelight Tours will be offered at 6 and 7 pm. Tickets are $20 per person and must be purchased in advance through Historic Charleston Foundation.

Feb 13-15:
South Eastern Wildlife Exposition

(SEWE)
Celebrating wildlife art and the sporting life in Charleston for 33 years. Sewe.com

Culinary Tours:
Culinary Tours of Charleston
offers “Savor the Flavors of Charleston Tour” and the “Chef’s Kitchen Tour”. Reservations: 843-722-8687 Tickets $42 per person. Charleston Culinary Tours has four tours available each a different focus. Check out their site at www.charlestonculinarytours.com Tickets: $50 per person. Charleston Cooks offers demonstration or participation classes. www.charlestoncooks.com for schedule of day or evening classes.