Archive for April, 2016

A Family Next Door Screening

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2016 by Lowcountry Boil
13047840_10153414527927443_3850154421851895511_oThe Lowcountry Autism Foundation  presents a screening of a Family Next Door will be shown on Thursday, April 28th at 5pm at the Charleston Music Hall, located at 37 John St downtown. Featured at the Napa Valley Film Festival, it is an inspiring documentary featuring a Pittsburgh family with two children on the autism spectrum. Come see how their love, patience, and courage help them deal with the endless issues that fill their lives. There will be a Q&A with Donna Lund, the mother of the family in the film, Susan Callahan, LAF Executive Director and local parents. Admission is free, yet the Lowcountry Autism Foundation will be accepting donations. RSVP to Julia Corey at coreyj@musc.edu or 843.876.0415.  Watch the trailer by clicking here.
The Lowcountry Autism Foundation is committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families through individually designed programming, advocacy and awareness efforts. The non profit promotes optimal developmental outcomes through awareness of autism. Since 2008, LAF has assisted over 800 families in the lower coastal region of South Carolina through its high quality Autism Support Services.

Palmetto Brewgrass Festival

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 7, 2016 by Lowcountry Boil

palThe Awendaw Green family and Palmetto Brewery are teaming up to present a two-day bluegrass festival on May 6-8. The weekend, in support of the local music scene and for the love of all things beer and bluegrass, will begin on Friday with a special show featuring Mike Farris, Kim Richey, and Brian Ashley Jones at Charleston Music Hall. The Bluegrass festival will kick off on Saturday and Sunday at 1pm at  Palmetto Brewery bringing together more than a dozen regionally acclaimed country bluegrass bands and artists. Festivalgoers will enjoy up-tempo and energetic bluegrass music, delicious Palmetto beer and multiple food-trucks. The Festival will feature performances by Southbound 17, Chewbacky, Pinkerton and the Brinks, Dallas Baker and Friends, Southern Flavor Bluegrass, John Stickley Trio, Love Canon, Cane Creek String Band, Triangle Bluegrass, Red Cedar Review, Forlorn Strangers Della Mae and Gravel Road Acoustic.

“Palmetto Brewery is like the front porch of downtown Charleston. All kinds of people from all parts of the city gather on that porch to have a good time,” said Awendaw Green’s organizer Eddie White. “The Brewgrass Festival is us inviting a bunch of insanely awesome bluegrass musicians up on that porch to do what they do best. It’s gonna have all of the excitement of a festival, with the feel-good vibes of a house show where the beer is better.”

Early Bird tickets are on sale during April at $15/day and $25/two days. In May, tickets will be on sale for $20/day and $35/two days. Tickets are available online here.

 

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