Weekend Roundup: Out like a lamb 

Events for the weekend of March 24-26

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James Willamor

If you’re not heading to the beach on this last beautiful March weekend, then head to these events we rounded up for maximum fun.


Friday

Charleston’s newest retail store, J. Stark, opens its shop of leather bags and goods with a food truck and drinks from 5-11 p.m.

Brian Porter premieres What If? Production's piano bar series with music from Cabaret, Hamilton, Taboo, and more, starting at 7:30 p.m.

Check out Legally Blonde: the Musical at Flowertown Theater, the musical rendition of the classic story of an ambitious blonde taking Harvard Law, at 8 p.m.

Patrick Dougherty will create a site-specific sculpture at the Gibbes Museum, with an artist talk and reception at 6 p.m.

Join the Lowcountry Dancing with the Stars Oxygen Ball, where local celebrities and professional dancers will compete to be dance champions. Proceeds benefit the American Lung Association.

View the 5th Wall’s production of Snowblind, following the story of addicts caught in a snowstorm, starting at 8 p.m.


Head over to Incluza-Palooza, where an entertaining variety show meets a community action event, promoting inclusion and positivity while benefiting local non-profits.


Laugh along to the comedy of Krish Mohan, who will be making you laugh while exploring the question of what makes us happy.

Saturday

The Southern hosts exhibits After Midnight in the Dynasty and Fatal Links, abstract artwork exploring women, mythology, and the American experience.

The Charleston Parks Conservancy is celebrating their 10th anniversary, with sailboat racing, food trucks, kids activities, and music from DJ Scooby at Colonial Lake from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Watch the Charleston Battery play FC Cincinnati with drink specials and free T-shirts, and fireworks after the game, starting at 5:30 p.m.

Water Mission’s annual fundraiser Walk For Water returns, where participants walk a bucket of water three miles, helping to spread awareness of unsafe drinking water.

Three Dog Night brings popular songs like “Shamabala” and “Black and White” to
Charleston Music Hall; the show starts at 7 p.m.


Enjoy a variety of Belgian beers with local Southern food favorites at Nuit Belge, along with oysters, cheese, and chocolate tastings. 


Follow the story of Helen Keller and her friend and teacher Annie Sullivan in Dock Street Theatre's production of The Miracle Worker.

Steve Hazard Studio and Gallery is hosting a March madness art show and sale, where you can enjoy and purchase glass and metal works.

The Redux Center is holding a big yard sale, with a variety of art, supplies, books, furniture, and a lot more, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Sunday 

The classic story of true love’s kiss waking up Sleeping Beauty is retold at the Gaillard, starting at 2 p.m.

Take the kids to KidsFair, with tons of hands-on learning opportunities, games, characters, and magic shows.


Head to Rec Room to check out the Red Rose Vintage pop up shop, with various clothes, shoes, and accessories.

College of Charleston’s dance program will be putting on Chapel Moves, showcasing the choreography of the departments students.

The Charleston Performing Arts Center presents musicians and dancers with And They Called it Jazz, starting at 8 p.m.

City Gallery presents Slightly Askew, artwork representing the different perspectives of artists Rebecca Davenport and Cabell Heyward.

Help the Otranto Regional Library celebrate its 25th anniversary by sharing your thoughts on what the library means to you.



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