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3rd Annual Charleston Bed Race

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 2, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

On April 15th, Camp Happy Days will host the 3rd Annual Charleston Bed Race.  This happy event, while fun for participants and spectators alike benefits Camp Happy Days, the year round program for South Carolina’s children with cancer. Camp Happy Days mission is to give children diagnosed with cancer and their families hope and support by providing programs, special events emotional support and access to crisis resources.

So, jump under the sheets and roll down to Mary Murray Boulevard in Hampton Park on April 15th.   At approximately 1:00 pm.,  the 3rd Annual Charleston Bed Race will commence on the backside of the park.  A grand parade of the racing beds before the judges and spectators will take place before the heats begin.  The beds will be judged on the fastest bed, slowest bed, best decorated, most outrageously decorated, the “What were you thinking?” bed, and the People’s Choice Award.

The heats will involve two beds at a time racing a distance of approximately two city blocks.  These heats will continue until we are down to two beds.  The fun continues until we have a bed race champion team who will reign for the year.   Libations and food will be served.

Don’t miss out on the chance to expose your creative side by decorating the bed of your dreams and throwing some wheels on it on April 15th at Hampton Park!

Let’s help kids kickin’ cancer, one bed at a time!

Register here: Eventbrite  Like on Facebook

BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 29, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Photo courtesy: Charleston Wine + Food Festival

Charleston is known for a lot of great things but cuisine is one thing that always tops the list. Throughout the city are a wide range of exceptional restaurants and talented chefs. Named one of the nation’s best food and wine festivals by Forbes Traveler, BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival takes place on March 1st-4th. During the weekend guests will savor the superb culinary talent from renown chefs and sommeliers locally and from around the country.  Additionally, the event also gives back to the local community. Feed the Need, a coalition of area chefs committed to help relieve the economic stress of feeding the hungry at four local shelters, will be the 2012 Signature Charity and Lowcountry Local First’s Incubator Farm and Training Center that offers low expense access to land for new farmers and the ability to share resources, equipment and ideas will be the 2012 Emerging Project. While a majority of the events have sold out, below is a list of the ones with tickets still available.

12:00 – 2:00 pm
Locavore Luncheon$100.00


Photo courtesy: Charleston Wine + Food Festival


Photo courtesy: Andrew Stephen Cebulka

WHEN: March 1st-4th
WHERE:  Throughout Charleston
TICKETS: Available HERE.

The Postcard Show: Wish you Were Here!

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 2, 2011 by Lowcountry Boil

The Postcard Show: Wish you Were Here! is set to take place on Wednesday, May 11th from 6–8pm at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art located at 161 Calhoun Street. Inspired by the RCA Secret show held annually at the Royal College of Art in London, the Postcard Show is a one night exhibition of anonymously displayed 4 x 6 inch artwork available for purchase at $75 per piece. Each piece will be signed on the back in order to keep the artist’s name a secret until the works are sold. All proceeds will benefit the Skirt! Scholarship Fund at the College of Charleston. Guests will enjoy original art, music by DJs Cassidy & The Kid, champagne from La Bubbly Bar and tasty food by O-Ku! Admission to the event is $10 for the general public & free for contributing artists. Advance tickets via Paypal or credit/debit card are available at

Participating artists include: Lisa Abernathy, Charles Ailstock, Megan Aline, Jack Alterman, Butch Anthony, Sera Beak, Cherna Bednarsh, Sally King Benedict, Charles Benesh, Isabel Benesh, David Boatwright, Molly B. Right, Jonathan Brilliant, Mark Bryan, Susie Callahan, Andrew Stephen Cebulka, Natalie (Alabama) Chanin, Jocelyn Chateauvert, Tina Christophillis, Lese Corrigan, John Duckworth, John Dunnan, Nathan Durfee, Peter Frank Edwards, Sara Frankel, Mary Edna Fraser, Squire Fox, Christina Chontos-Fisher, Susannah Gramling, Janet Porcher Gregg, Camela Guevara, Conrad Guevara, Lynne Hamontree, Kevin Harrison, Kat Hastie, Tina Hirsig, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Mary Hoffman, Jill Hooper, Fred Jamar, Ann Keane, Alice Keeney, Hunter Kennedy, Chuck Keppler, Will Kiser, Cynthia Knapp, Jeff Kopish, Kimberly Kraft, Claire Kramer, MacKinnon, Lily Kuonen, Whitney Kreb, Hilarie Lambert, , Megan Lange, Robert Lange, Ted Lee & Matt Lee, Xin Lu, Leigh Magar, Nancy Marshall, Hirona Matsuda, Liz McCafferty, Marshall McKinney, Michael Moran, Laura Moses, Karen Ann Myers, Laurie Meyer, Tate Nation, Dorothy Netherland, Brad Neece, Gordon Nicholson, Kevin Bruce Parent, Anne Darby Parker, Harper Poe, Dee Schenk Rhodes, Jeffery Rhodes, Helen Rice, Lynne Riding, Buff Ross, Leila Ross, Marni Rothschild Durlach, Cynthia Rowley, Courtney Rowson, Shannon Runquist, Christie Rutigliano, Kristi Ryba, McLean Sheperd, Lisa Shimko, Susan Simons, Mark Sloan, Betty , nglin Smith, Jennifer Smith, Shannon Smith, Kevin Taylor, Leslie Pratt-Thomas, Rhett Thurman, Stanford Ullner, Michelle Van Parys, Erica Veit, Laura Victore, Karen Vournakis, Mary Walker, Hattie Wallen, Ashley Warnock, Leigh Webber, Marjory Wentworth, Simeon Warren, Ivy Williams, John McWilliams and Everett White.

WHAT: The Postcard Show: Wish you Were Here

WHEN: Wednesday, May 11th from 6–8pm

WHERE: Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, 161 Calhoun Street Charleston, SC 29424 Ph. 843-953-4422

TICKETS: $10 advance tickets via Paypal or credit/debit card are available at

The Postcard Show: Wish you Were Here!

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