You’re probably familar with Toms shoes and their mission to give shoes to those in need, by donating one new pair for ever pair sold.
Now Toms is introducing their premium “Toms+” line and local Bob Ellis Shoes is hosting the launch of TOMS+ to the King Street shopping district.
They’ll host an event on Friday, October 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. with snacks and refreshments will provided by Halls Chophouse and Wineawesomeness.
DJ Natty Heavy will be spinning tunes.
It’s a new season, folks—and a new season of art is upon us here at Social. Come out for our next installation of Starving Artists this Wednesday, October 3 + support local Charleston creatives.
Check out new work from our resident artists Jason Davis, Patch Whisky, and Ben Sellers + photography from the talented Bob Ailstock, Sandy Logan, and Candice Bizzell.
Party starts at 7 p.m. Dining room will be open serving food late-night ’til midnight.
Social Wine Bar
188 East Bay Street
7pm to close.
Be Artistic. Be Social. Be There.
Gris Galerie is hosting its fourth pop up art show.
What Secrets Have You Found will feature Mia Berg, a Brooklyn, N.Y., based photographer who specializes in the relationship of the human form to nature.
Since graduating from Parsons School of Design in 2007, Berg has had four solo shows around New York City, N.Y., and has been a part of numerous group shows. Her adoration of Charleston and a chance meeting over brunch, brings Berg back to the Lowcountry to showcase her self-portraits. Berg has also no
tably assissted Spencer Tunick, world reknown photographer responsible for images of mass nudes.
Series included in the show are Forest and Field.
The show will be at the Charleston Music Hall, Friday, September 28th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 37 John Street, Charleston, S.C.
Entertainment and refreshments provided.
Friday, September 28th
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
A vibrant part of the West Ashley business community, the Avondale Point Business District continues to carve out it’s own identity within the larger Charleston Metropolitan area.
On Monday the Second Avondale Restaurant Week kicks off on the heels of Charleston Restaurant Week. Several restaurants in the area will be participating again this year with three-course meal deals.
Triangle Char & Bar, Mellow Mushroom, Pearlz Little Oyster Bar, Al-Di-La and The Roost are participating again this year. Each restaurant will offer a special menu featuring three courses for $20 per person.
Triangle General Manager Michael Lotz helped organize the first Avondale Restaurant Week in February. The idea was to piggy back off of the larger Charleston Restaurant Week activities to promote the restaurants in the Avondale area. It was a success and the participants are looking forward to another busy week.
Avondale Restuarant Week runs Sept. 17 – 23. Valet parking is available in the Avondale Point Business District in the evenings.
Info provided West Ashley Patch.