What’s Happening in Charleston: February 2017

Staff Writer
Eat, drink, and do yoga this month
Cannon Green

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Join a free yoga class on Cannon Green's patio.

Events

Citrus Celebration

Get your citrus fix as the Citrus Celebration, organized by Limehouse Produce, continues through the end of the month. More than two dozen restaurants and bars will serve special drinks and dishes highlighting page mandarins. Snap a photo of a favorite item and post with the hashtag #citruscelebration for a chance to win prizes.

 

FleetFest Oyster Roast

Fleet Landing hosts the fourth annual FleetFeast on Feb. 12 to celebrate its loyal and supportive customers. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Lady’s Island Oysters in Beaufort will be available for sale along with other menu items and a lineup of local beers at this open-to-the-public event. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the local chapter of the Surfrider Foundation.

 

Yoga on the Green

Cannon Green and Lululemon will host a free yoga class with Ashley Bell Yoga in the courtyard on Feb. 15 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. After class, stay for happy hour specials.

 

Sunday Wine & Canvas Painting Party

Looking for a way to unleash your creative talents while sipping on delicious wine? Ms. Rose’s will host a Red Rose Wine & Canvas Painting Party on Feb. 19 from 4 to 6 p.m. for $25 per person.

 

Slow Food Annual Meeting and Potluck

Celebrate the year with Slow Food Charleston at its annual meeting and potluck on Feb. 19 at Charles Towne Fermentory. The free event starts at 4 p.m. Beer and soda will be available for purchase, and Seaborn Oyster Co. will be providing tastes of its wild Lowcountry oysters. Attendees are encouraged to bring a seasonal, locally inspired dish to share.

 

Brewvival

The beer event of the year — Brewvival — is expected to have its best ever brewery lineup. The event returns to Coast Brewing Co. on Feb. 25 from noon to 5 p.m., and will feature a ton of amazing beer to taste, food to purchase, and live music to entertain. Tickets are $75.

 

Monday Gras Family Dinner

Chef Andy McLeod will welcome former chefs RJ Dye and Alex Lira back into the kitchen for one night during a special Monday Gras Dinner. On Feb. 27 starting at 6:30 p.m., the chefs will collaborate on a special dinner on the Pourhouse deck. Music will be by Charlton Singleton, Chris Bluemell, and Jonathan Lovett as well as DJ sets by Pam Huseby from OHM radio’s Soul Preservation. Tickets are $55 and include two drink tickets.

 

Openings

Stella’s
Honoring rustic and Modern Greek cuisine, Stella’s opened in the former Westingdorff location a few weeks back and early reports are positive.

 

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