Lowcountry Arts and Events | Calendar

EDITOR’S NOTE: These calendar listings include Lowcountry arts and entertainment events that will be held both online and in person. To submit an event, go to www.postandcourier.com/events

Today

Summerville Skates

What: Glide on the ice at this outdoor rink in Summerville. Revolving vendors and food trucks will offer you concessions to warm you up on Friday and Saturday nights. Rental skates are available.

When: 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and school holidays

Where: 208, rue S. Cedar, Summerville

Price: $ 8

More information: 843-821-7260×700, summervilledream.org/summerville-skates

Stingray hockey

What: Savor refreshments and watch the South Carolina Stingrays hockey team take on the Jacksonville Icemen.

When: 3:05 p.m. on December 26

Where: North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center, 5001 Coliseum Drive, North Charleston

Price: $ 20- $ 35

More information: stingrayshockey.com

Illuminated aquarium

What: Enjoy an elevated evening aquarium experience, with evening entertainment and a variety of food and refreshments available for purchase. This immersive holiday light show brings out the joy and magic of the season with tens of thousands of lights displayed in multiple installations, ranging from elegant and innovative to festive and nostalgic.

When: 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. some evenings until January 2

Where: South Carolina Aquarium, 100 Wharf Aquarium, Charleston

Price: $ 15.95 to $ 29.95

More information: 843-577-3474, scaquarium.org/aquariumaglow, [email protected]

The sound of Charleston

What: Come listen to the music that is part of Charleston’s history; gospel spirituals, jazz, music by George Gershwin, songs from the Civil War camp and light classics presented in 75-minute live concerts at the historic Circular Church in downtown Charleston.

When: 7 p.m. on December 26

Where: Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting St., Charleston

Price: $ 16 to $ 28

More information: 843-270-4903, soundofcharleston.com, [email protected]

Sherlock’s Other Brother By A Southern Mother

What: Watch a comedic and mysterious play in a comfortable theater where actors perform alongside volunteer actors from the audience. The whole hall is a stage and the spectators are actors of the show. Guests sit at cocktail stands and tables near the action, enjoying appetizers, homemade desserts, beer, wine, teas, and sodas.

When: 8 p.m. on December 26

Where: Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theater, 164 Church St., Charleston

Price: $ 25- $ 27

More information: 843-937-6453, charlestonmysteries.com, [email protected]

Monday

Bingo

What: Come play bingo at CenterWell Senior Primary Care. Meet new friends, have fun and win prizes. You don’t have to be patient to attend.

When: 10 a.m. on December 27

Where: CenterWell Senior Primary Care, 1401 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., Ste. 6, Charleston

Price: Free

More info: 843-285-6912, bit.ly/3pdBNJv, [email protected]

Tuesday

Carolina Winters textile display

What: Explore the Fur & Frost: Carolina Winters exhibit in the Charleston Museum’s Historic Textiles Gallery.

When: 9 a.m. daily until April 3

Where: The Charleston Museum, 360 Meeting St., Charleston

Price: free with entry to the museum

More info: bit.ly/3DIumhQ

Wednesday

Lunch and Women’s Learning

What: During your lunch break, nourish your soul as well as your body. Take time out of a busy day to study a little Torah and meet and enjoy the company of new and old friends.

When: Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.

Where: Chabad of Charleston & The Low Country, 477 Mathis Ferry Road, Mount Pleasant

Price: Free

More information: 843-884-2323, jewishchs.org, [email protected]

Benefit concert at home for the Holidays

What: The rising stars of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League are home for the holidays to present a benefit concert featuring former CSOL scholars. After the recital, a welcome session will be an opportunity to meet the musicians on the threshold of their musical career.

When: 4 p.m. December 29

Where: Second Presbyterian Church, 342 Meeting Street, Charleston

Price: $ 35 adults, free for students

More info: 843-571-6593, csolinc.org, [email protected]

Thusday

Thrive SC Support Group

What: Thrive Support Group provides support to female survivors of domestic violence who have experienced mental, emotional, spiritual and / or physical abuse from an intimate partner. Connect in a safe and confidential forum with other women who are experiencing or have experienced violence in their relationships.

When: 6 p.m. every Thursday

Where: Bliss Spiritual Co-op, 1163 Pleasant Oaks Drive, Mount Pleasant

Price: Free

More information: 843-475-1725, prospèresaveslives.org, [email protected]

Friday

New Years Eve Flip-Flops and Fireworks Drop Show

What: Come and experience the famous Folly Beach Flip-Flop Drop. Center Street will close to traffic at 10 p.m., as revelers enjoy local restaurants and family festivities. At the stroke of midnight, the huge sparkling flip flops will descend to mark the start of 2022. A spectacular fireworks display on the beach will immediately follow!

When: 10 p.m. on December 31

Where: Center Street, Center Street, Folly Beach

Price: Free

More information: visitfolly.com/flip-flop-drop

Saturday

Living polar bear resembling Bill Murray

What: Keep up the New Years festivities with the eighth annual Bill Murray Look-a-Like Polar Bear Diving and Costume Contest. Round up all the intrepid divers you know, don your best Bill Murray outfit, and make your way to the Tides Hotel on Folly Beach. Prizes will be awarded to the best girl, best guy, best kid, best team and top general Bill Murray. Registration for the competition begins at 11 a.m. The costume contest will begin at noon and the plunge into the cold Atlantic waters will begin at 1 p.m.

When: January 1 11:00 a.m.

Where: Tides Hotel, 1 Center Street, Folly Beach

Prize: free dive, participation in the $ 5 contest

More information: visitfolly.com/bill-murray-polar-plunge

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