This week starts off with a jig and several pints of green beer. With St. Patty’s Day falling on a Monday this year, we think it can only be an omen for a joyous week. Catch a bouquet of four leaf clovers and consider yourself lucky with this week's freebies. No pinches necessary.
Monday The best Monday we can recall in a while. Everybody is an Irish man when it’s St. Paddy’s Day in Charleston, ya’ll.
Rebekah Jacob Gallery has got all the right snapshots of the South on display.
Tuesday See Long Man author, Amy Green on her Charleston leg on her book tour at Barnes and Noble
The Tin Roof wants your knowledge of random information. Go play some trivia with Tia and Val.
It wouldn’t be the third Tuesday of the month without free wine tastings at Bocci’s.
Wednesday Finding Hillywood will take you on journey through Rwanda and one man’s journey to use art to heal his country. Watch the documentary, participate in a Q & A with the filmmaker, and eat some yums from Brown’s Court Baker.
You know what’s rude? Sample sizes. Wasabi is hosting the launch of Fat Medusa, a plus-sized clothing company.
Swing away a long work day with free swing dance lessons at Prohibition.
O-Ku might be turning four, but you can party like the of age individual you are.
Thursday Downtown has Second Sundays and Summerville has Third Thursdays. See for yourself.
March Madness just found it’s home at the Alley. Get over to this b-ball bash with a special performance from Hootie and the Blowfish guitarist, Mark Bryan.
Theatre 99 is giving you a first view at all the Charleston comedy scene fresh meat.
Friday Upper King may as well be SoHo with this Fashion Week Trunk Show, featuring designers like Mackenzie King, Kelly Wenner, and Mary Norton.
Folly Beach’s Farm & Artist Market let’s you shop and watch the sun set over the ocean. We can work with that.
Saturday Chuck Bartell has got the jokes at Hunley’s Tavern, if you’ve got the laughs.
Make fitness a family value with Louie’s Kids Saturday Morning Workout.
Put local back on the grocery list with Johns Island Farmer Market.
Sunday Poetry could be a potential hangover cure. Shake off some Saturday night bad decisions at Blue Bicycle Books with the words of South Carolina Poet Laureate, Marjory Wentworth.
Get a copy of Bill Noel’s Final Cut signed when he shows up at Bert’s Market.