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Dec 17 - Jun 04

Charleston

America’s First Museum: 250 Years of Collecting, Preserving and Educating, Part 1

Commemorating two and a half centuries since its founding and spanning nearly 4.6 billion years of history, we are pleased to present America’s First Museum: 250 Years of Collecting, Preserving, and Educating [1] in the Historic Textiles Gallery. This year-long exhibit will feature a wide array of...

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Feb 02 - Feb 28

Charleston

Camellia Walks

February 2nd ,4th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 14th, 16th, 18th, 21st, 23rd, 25th, and 28th / 11:00 ​​​      ($15 + General Admission) ​Camellia Walks  ​Each winter, the beauty of camellias enhances America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens with thousands of ​blossoms. Special walking tours given by expert guides...

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Feb 04 - Feb 25

North Charleston

Low Country Harley-Davidson to Host Girl Scouts

Low Country Harley-Davidson will host a local Girl Scout Troop every Saturday in February.

An array of cookies will be available for purchase on

  • 2/4/23
  • 2/11/23
  • 2/18/23
  • 2/25/23

The Girl Scouts are expected to be available at the Low Country Harley-Davidson dealership from 10AM to 5PM...

Feb 10

Charleston

Conversations with a Curator: Sea Grass Baskets with Curator of Archaeology Martha Zierden and Curator of History Chad Stewart

Join Curator of History, Chad Stewart, and Curator of Historical Archaeology, Martha Zierden, in the Lowcountry History Hall as they discuss sea grass baskets in the collections of The Charleston Museum. Rooted in Africa, coiled baskets of rush, sweetgrass, palmetto, and other local materials have...

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Feb 10

Charleston

Fossil Friday with the Natural History Department

Join Matthew Gibson, Curator of Natural History, or Jessie Peragine, Natural History Curatorial Assistant, on Fridays from 3:30 – 4:30 PM in the Bunting Natural History Gallery lab. They will be on hand to share projects currently being worked on and to help identify your fossil finds.

FREE for...

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Feb 11 - Feb 12

Columbia

USQ 2023 South Regional Championship

The US Quadball spring season kicks off with the South Regional Championship, featuring collegiate teams and club teams, at The Fields at Saluda Shoals Park in Columbia, SC through Experience Columbia SC Sports on February 11-12, 2023. Regional championships are the cornerstone of the USQ...

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Feb 11 - Feb 12

Charleston

Camellias and Crafts

Fun, free event at Middleton Place!

Perfect chance to get a one-of-a-kind Valentine's Day gift!

Enjoy shopping and entertainment during one of the best weekends of the year to view our vast display of camellia blooms! 

Shop a variety of local vendors, peruse a large selection of camellias...

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Feb 11

Charleston

Valentine Candle Making Workshop with Local Artist Daisy McClellan

Join local artist Daisy McClellan for a special Valentine’s candle making workshop using vintage vessels. McClellan will instruct participants on the history of candle making and how to make candles from start to finish. Valentine themed teacups, glasses and tins locally sourced by the artist will...

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Feb 11

Charleston

Cocktails and Camellias

February 11th, 4:00 – 6:00 at the Mirror Garden ($95.00) ​Cocktails and Camellias.

​Don’t miss Charleston’s premiere cocktail party celebrating the 10,000 camellias that bloom each year ​at Middleton Place. Guests will experience an evening of specialty cocktails, wine selections, and live ​music...

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Feb 11 - Dec 16

Columbia

Dinner Detective Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Show!

Our engaging and unique murder mystery dinner theatre performances have been playing across the country since 2004.  Join us for an evening full of intrigue, hilarity, and unscripted moments you simply can’t find anywhere else! Unlike a typical murder mystery dinner theatre performance, you won’t be...

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Feb 11

Spartanburg

Heart, Soul & Cello

Evocative, Magestic, Sublime.   Elgar’s Cello Concerto is undoubtedly one of the most impassioned and emotionally expressive pieces of music ever written. Brought to life by guest conductor, Nadège Foofat, each note weaves its way into your soul, captivating and moving you to places that defy...

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