What’s Happening in Charleston: September 2017

Staff Writer
All the events that you need to have on your calendar this month
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Events

Fundraiser for Shane Whiddon Family: Local chefs and musicians are coming together at the Charleston Pour House to raise money for Chef Shane Whiddon’s family on Sept. 30 from noon to 6 p.m. There is a $20 suggested donation at the door and a silent auction.

Charleston Beer Week: It’s the time of year all beer lovers rejoice. Charleston Beer Week is September 9 to 16 and features a plethora of events to enjoy. Highlights include Flowertown’s Funky Firkin Fest, the first public tours of Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co., Honor Food Defend Beer Collaboration Dinner, and Charleston Beer Runners Fairytale Fun Run to name a few.

Holy City Hot Chicken & Hog: For one night, The Blind Pig Supper Club and Lo-Fi Brewing will collaborate to host a Hot Chicken & Hog pop-up. Part of Charleston Beer Week, the event on Sept. 14 will feature Tank Jackson from Holy City Hogs, Mike Moore of Blind Pig Supper Club, and Steve Goff of Brinehaus Meat + Provisions. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Charleston Waterkeeper.

Lewis Chili Roast: Lewis Barbecue will celebrate the hatch green Chile season with a special Roast on Sept. 23. Friends from The Ordinary, Juan Luis, Jack of Cups Saloon, Short Grain, and Bar Normandy will all be serving green chili bites via an a la carte menu and Revelry Brewing will be serving their new Made from Hatch beer. The event is free and open to the public.

Slow Food Charleston Membership Kick-Off: Come to the MUSC Urban Farm on Sept. 16 for the Slow Food Charleston Membership Kick-Off. From 10 a.m. to noon, there is a family-friendly work & learn and help launch the newly dedicated Ark of Taste garden bed. Lunch will be available for purchase by First Name Basis Wood-Fire Fare.

Brut Force Tour Dinner: Inspired by a meal at Brut Wine Bar in Tel Aviv, Butcher & Bee is hosting a two-night special dinner Sept. 21 and 22 featuring Yair Yosefi and Omer Ben-Gal from the Israeli restaurant. The dinner will celebrate the High Holidays with this rare collaboration dinner served a la carte. Yair and Omer will be using Lowcountry ingredients to make some of their favorite dishes.

Park Café Neighborhood Supper Series: Those missing dinner service at Park Café can come on the third Thursday of each month for a special prix-fixe dinner with wine pairings from Monarch Wine Bar. The first in the series will take place Sept. 21.

Lowcountry Boil and Boat Tour: On Sept. 24, enjoy a special Lowcountry Boil and Boat Tour to Morris Island. Starting at 4:30 p.m., the tour starts at Sunset Cay Marina and is a three-hour excursion for $65 per person.

Pedal & Panache 3.0: On Sept. 26, Charleston Moves is hosting its annual fall gala—Pedal & Panache at Cannon Green. The party will feature hors d’oeuvres, full bar, and tunes by The Black Diamond Band. Biking or walking to the event is highly encouraged.

 

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