Charleston Culinary Tours combine the best of Charleston history and food with unique historic tours that highlight the local cuisine. Held rain or shine, there are four tours that include Historic Downtown, Upper King Street, The Farmer’s Market and Mixology. Each Charleston Culinary Tour visits several different restaurants, bars or the Farmer’s Market to combine elements of a historical tour with a culinary adventure. The food and drinks on the tours are chosen by various restaurant and bar partners and feature an array of eclectic dishes and concoctions that provide insight into Charleston’s cuisine and cocktail scene. On each tour, you will not only have an opportunity to sample some of the Lowcountry’s finest offerings, but also to meet the owners, chefs and mixologists behind Charleston’s impressive culinary and bar innovations.
The biker community is rallying together to support My Sister’s House with on June 23rd for a seven stop motorcycle ride. With the help from Old Coots on Scoots, Charleston Chapter 70, local bars and businesses, attendance for the ride is anticipated to be over 300 riders. There will also be an after party event at Main Street Bar & Grill in Summerville featuring food & live music, prize drawings, silent auction, bike Wash, and bike show. Registration starts at Low Country Harley Davidson on Dorchester Rd. in N. Charleston at 10:30am with last bike out by 12:30pm. Price for ride: $15 per rider, $10 per passenger or $10 for non riders at the door and includes dinner and live music. All proceeds from the ride will be donated to My Sister’s House, Inc.
Established in 1980, My Sister’s House is a 501-3c non-profit organization that provides services to women and children courageously dealing with domestic violence in order to prosper past their abuse. A temporary shelter is operated by the organization that houses up to 36 women and children who suffer abuse in the Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester counties in South Carolina. As South Carolina currently ranks #2 in the nation for the number of women murdered by men (95% of those are domestic violence related homicides), My Sister’s House, Inc.’s services are greatly needed in our community.
For more information about the ride, how to volunteer or become a sponsor please visit www.brothershelpingsisters.com. For additional information about My Sister’s House, visit www.mysistershouse.org.
BLAST900: The Ultimate Workout is pleased to present complimentary nutrition seminars taught by their nutrition coach Catherine Staples. The events will be held on Tuesday, June 4th at Lululemon, 279 Kings Street in Charleston and Thursday, June 13th at Try Sports, Towne Centre in Mount Pleasant. Attendees will learn how to speed up the metabolism, why calories in/out don’t work and how to create a lifestyle change rather than a short term fix. The events are free and open to the public. To sign up for BLASTNutrition classes, visit www.blast900.com/charleston/schedule.html.
“We teach our customers the importance of living a balanced life that includes the combination of fitness and nutrition,” said Staples. “As they enjoy learning about nutrition through our program, we also wanted to educate the community.”
BLAST900: The Ultimate Workout offers a more efficient way of achieving fitness goals with interval-based classes. Additionally, nutrition is a key piece to living the BLASTLife. BLASTNutrition program provides tools to enable participants to eat real food at home, in a restaurant, on the road or wherever they are. Through education, good eating decisions become a part of the daily routine.
Located at 1440 Ben Sawyer Boulevard in Mount Pleasant, BLAST900 is on the web at www.blast900.com.
Awendaw Green is proud to present a special Acoustic Storyteller Barn Jam featuring Zach Deputy on Thursday, June 13th at 4853 Highway 17 North. Guests will enjoy music of the man who helped Awendaw Green originally start the Barn Jams in their intimate outdoor listening room setting under the grand oaks at the Sewee Outpost. With doors opening at 7pm and show starting at 8pm, tickets are $10 in advance through eTix or $12 at door. $50 VIP tickets are also available and include a round of Disc Golf with Zach.
Zach Deputy is an island-infused drum and bass gospel ninja soul. On his latest release Another Day, Zach Deputy demonstrates his extraordinary ability to perform and record in multiple contexts and conveys the sensibilities of a mature singer/songwriter. Reflective and introspective, it provides a glimpse at the soul of an artist and the depth of a songwriter. Full of hope and anticipation of the promise of Another Day, a new day, it is a pivotal point in the career of a touring musician heretofore known as a master of live looping and a staple in the grass-roots club and festival circuit.
A hidden gem up Hwy 17 North, Awendaw Green may just be the coolest music venue in the lowcountry. A low-key and friendly environment with bonfires, food, friends, networking, and the concerts are all centered around an old barn with a professional sound technician and equipment. Scenic grounds, a relaxed atmosphere and state of the art professional venue make Awendaw Green the place to spread newly created music to fans both old and new through their ever expanding music loving fan base.
For more information about Zach Deputy, visit www.zachdeputy.com. For additional information about Awendaw Green or Barn Jams, please contact Eddie White at email@example.com, 843-452-1642 or visit www.awendawgreen.com.
Sewn with love in Charleston, SC by the Charleston Garment Manufactory, Mew Kids offers high-quality, one-of-a-kind eco-friendly garments to customers with the e-shop destination. Each piece is personally selected, designed and assembled creating looks that can never be duplicated. Mew Kids brings original, quality American-made garments to the global market.
“What makes Mew Kids different is the added benefit you get from receiving a truly original and individually designed look delivered to you,’ said Designer and Creative Director Megan Waldrep. ‘It’s a chance to use authentic materials like vintage t-shirts to create a ‘can’t be reproduced’ look for every child. No two are alike!”
Mew Kids celebrates American culture through quality made-with-love-in-the-USA garments and carefully chosen products for the younger generation and the young at heart. At Mew, the message is simple, to enliven, inspire and be inspired while encouraging and contributing to the spirit of adventure and the pursuit of happiness. Mew Kids gives people an opportunity to be a part of something bigger…preserving American culture through supporting quality domestic craftsmanship and carefully chosen sustainable materials.
Join the Mew Kids Club to receive a personally styled head-to-toe outfit shipped monthly to you door. It’s the perfect present from traveling parents or loved ones to show that you are thinking of them whether you are near or far. Mew Kids guarantees each child will have a garment that no one else will have. Easy to wear, all Mew Kid garments are ready for play time, adventure time, any time.
The e-shop at www.mewkids.com is stocked and updated weekly – Check out “What’s Mew Wednesday” to see new additions added weekly. Carefully chosen products and hand-made pieces you can’t find anywhere else.
April 18: Roots of a Rebellion, $5
May 23: Butter Toast, $5
June 27: Treehouse, $5
July 18: International Morality, $5
August 8: Proverbial, $5
August 22: Butter Toast, $5
All shows start at 9pm.
Home Team BBQ
2209 Middle Street
Sullivan’s Island 29482