Weekend Roundup: Winin' and dinin' 

Events for the weekend of March 3-March 5

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Happy Wine + Food Festival, Charleston. Whether you're enjoying drinks and food all over town (which we do every weekend anyway, but ya know) or seeking other fun stuff, here are our choices for the weekend. Oh, and in case you missed it, these are some picks for Wine + Food Fringe events.

Friday

Majestic Motion doesn’t just sound cool, it is cool. Go check out Karen Keene Day’s Moments with Wild Horses series over at the Mitchell Hill Gallery from 5-8 p.m.

It’s First Friday again over on Broad Street, where you can check out all the latest in fine art (plus: there’s refreshments).

Footlight Players performs Love, Sex, & the IRS at 8 p.m., a fun-filled show about two people trying to pull one over with their taxes.

Ron White, charter member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, comes to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center at 8 p.m. for stand-up and hilarity.

Tara Vis Gallery presents the work of photographer Christine Eadie, with black and white images based on the human figure.

Get some Americana music in with music from Los Lonely Boys, show starting at 8 p.m. at the Charleston Music Hall.

Duke and Matilda Dae play jazz, folk, French cabaret, and R&B at 8 p.m.

The Otranto Regional Library hosts a book sale until 5:30 p.m. tonight and from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. tomorrow.

Check out a vintage night market at Royal American from 5-9 p.m.

Get all your house ideas all weekend at the Charleston Area Convention Center's remodeling expo.

Saturday

The How and The Why is a play about science, family, and survival of the fittest. Be sure to catch this compelling play at South of Broadway Theatre, starting at 7:30 p.m.

It’s the Men’s CAA Basketball Championship this weekend, so you can head over to the Coliseum to get into some March Madness and cheer for your favorite teams.

Today marks the grand opening of Charleston’s new skate park, SK8 CHarleston. There will be food, music, and plenty of cool flips and tricks.

Head to Low Country Harley-Davidson for a Blessing of the Bikes from 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

Pipes please! Go hear the best Scottish bagpipers compete at the Pipe-Major Sandy Jones Invitational bagpipe competition.

The legendary blues of Big Bill Morganfield returns to Home Team BBQ at 9:30 p.m., which will be followed by Wine + Food’s Snout to Tale event.

McLeod Plantation hosts Sonja Griffin Evans, where she will bring Gullah culture and stories to life.

It’s Front Beach Fest at Isle of Palms, with a street festival fun for the whole family, including jump castles, a trampoline, face painting, food, and live music.

Not only is it Wine + Food, but it’s also Charleston Werk Week, with fun fashion and music events such as the Vintage Fashion Show at the Southern, starting at 7 p.m.

Finish off your Saturday with the jammin' reggae tunes of Soja w/ Passafire at Music Farm, starting at 8 p.m.

Check out Devin McKinney's fire and light exhibition at Avondale Therapy from 7-9 p.m.

Sunday

Grab the kids and take them over to Hampton Park for the annual Teddy Bear Picnic, where there will be live music, entertainment, crafts, face painting, and a teddy bear parade.

Head over to the free Wine + Food Retail Tent, featuring Blue Bicycle Books’ pop up cookbook shop, and book signings from famous chefs.

If you’re in the mood for theater, Uncle Vanya is definitely worth seeing, following a mid-life crisis and commenting on the human race with both drama and absurdity. Read our review of the show, too.

Today is the last day to see Ain’t Misbehavin' over at Midtown Theater, an award winning musical to bring you back to the golden age.

Head to a delicious Sunday Brunch collab with La Morra Pizzeria and goat.sheep.cow north, sure to cure your hangover and wrap up your Wine + Food fest weekend.

Speaking of Sunday Brunch, you can also get your fill at Pour House's Sunday Brunch farmers market from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.




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