Staff reports | You can enjoy five hours of music on October 10 at Wannamaker County Park in North Charleston during this year’s Latin American Festival.
The nonstop music will include everything from merengue beats to reggaeton, bachata and salsa. Live bands will play throughout the day with DJ Luigi Bravo spinning the hottest hits between sets. This year’s music lineup will feature UltimaNota, Orquestra Mayor and Fulanito. The schedule of performances is:
- 12 p.m. – 12:30 p.m .: DJ Luigi
- 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.: UltimaNota
- 1:40 p.m. – 2:20 p.m .: DJ Luigi
- 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m .: Mayor of Orquesta
- 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m .: Peul
Once visitors have whetted their appetites on the dance floor, they are invited to sample Mexican, Central and South American and Caribbean cuisine – from savory empanadas to savory arroz con pollo – as well as traditional festival dishes and drinks. Admission is $ 10. More information. No outdoor food, alcohol or coolers allowed. Pets are not allowed.
Also on the calendar:
October at the Terrace. To verify Horror weekends to Terrace theater on James Island: The theater will feature slasher, vampire, classic and comedy movies on weekends.
Jazz at College: 7:30 p.m., October 11, Sottile Theater, 44 George St., Charleston. The Faculty Jazz Ensemble of the College of Charleston will present an evening concert of jazz standards, arrangements and originals performed by Robert Lewis (saxophones), David Heywood (flute), Tyler Ross (guitar), Gérald Grégory (piano), Ron Wiltrout (drums) and Frank Duvall (bass). Tickets cost $ 20 for adults; $ 10 for students and young people (18 and under); and free for teachers and CofC staff. To buy tickets in line or by calling (843) 953-4726.
Track maintenance exhibition: Until October 30, Redux Contemporary Art Center, 1056 King St., Charleston. Redux and Tiger Strikes Asteroid Greenwill present this exhibition of the work of Hannah Barnes and Gyun Hur. They = create a work that considers the place as a mental and physical construction constructed by layers of time, a collection of streaks. Barnes and Gyun explore the idea of retention in their practices as a physical and emotional pursuit, linked both to his private self and to a larger public society. Their work invites the viewer to share the collective experience of being oneself in public space.
Bring photos to life. Through October 31, Charleston Museum, Meeting Street. The museum exhibits The Lowcountry in Living Color: Bringing Historic Photographs to Life like the latest offering in his Lowcountry image gallery. Coloring images in black and white allows viewers to see components that might otherwise be overlooked. To buy tickets.
Birds of prey flight demonstrations: 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Thursdays and Saturdays, Birds of Prey Center, 4719 Route 17. Awendaw. The center has reopened to visitors after it closed due to the COvID-19 pandemic, once again inviting people to come and explore the world of raptors through an outdoor program and a flight demonstration. Tickets: . $ 20 / adult; $ 15 / child from 3 to 17 years old.
Bird watching at Caw Caw. Every Wednesday and Saturday, especially until the end of February, you can see a plethora of birds at Ravenel’s Caw Caw Interpretive Center as they pass through the Lowcountry. The regular two-hour walks, which start at 8:30 a.m., pass through distinct habitats that allow participants to see and discuss a variety of birds, butterflies and other organisms. Registration is not compulsory. Participants are encouraged to bring their own binoculars. A paid attendant is required for participants aged 15 and under. Max. 10 participants. Fee: $ 9; free for Gold Pass holders. Open to all ages. Following: Caw Caw Interpretation center.
Closed in October
North Charleston Farmers Market: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., every Thursday, Felix Davis Community Circle at Park Circle. The market offers fresh, locally grown produce as well as vendors of arts and crafts, culinary specialties and live music. Following. Closed on October 28.
Moncks Corner Farmer’s Market: 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Thursdays, Market Hall at the Regional Recreation Complex, 418 E. Main St., Moncks Corner. Following. Closed on October 28.
Closed in November
Summerville Farmers Markett: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Every saturday, First Citizens Bank parking lot near City Hall, 200 S. Main Street, Summerville. Following. Closed on November 20.
Charleston Farmers Market: from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Every Saturday, Marion Square, 329 Meeting St., Charleston. Following. Provisional closure on November 27. The holiday market will temporarily open in December.
Closed in December
Holy City Farmers Market: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., each Wednesday, Holy City Brewery, North Charleston. sellers rotate weekly to provide shoppers with a tiny but powerful shopping experience. vendors will sell a range of products from specialty foods, home and body care to arts and crafts. More information. Closed on December 18 with holiday market.
Open all year
West Ashley Farmers Market: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., each Wednesday, Ackerman Park, 55 Sycamore Avenue, Charleston. Following.
Sunday Brunch Farmer’s Market: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., every Sunday, Charleston House For, 1977, Maybank Road, James Island. While the market discourages people from spending too much time hanging out during the market, everyone is welcome to shop from their local vendors. More information.
Sea Island Farmers Market: 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Every saturday. Charleston College Campus, 2024 Academy Rd., Johns Island. Following.
Goose Creek Farmers Market: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Every saturday, 519 N. Goose Creek Blvd., Goose Creek. Following.
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