Charleston County School District has 81 schools and 48,000+ students. We’re giving you the 411 on enrollment, student-teacher ratio, tuition, and more(thanks to data from U.S. News & World Report) for the area’s major public and private schools. And don’t worry, there won’t be any homework.
Pssst — don’t let school traffic impact your plans. See the map below for a visual of where these Charleston-area schools are located.
Get Over It | Wednesday, March 15 | 11 a.m.-5 p.m. | Lowcountry Artists Gallery, 148 E. Bay St., Charleston | Free | Check out this month’s new exhibit featuring oil paintings by Norma Morris Cable.
Restorative Yoga | Wednesday, March 15 | 6:30 p.m. | CornerCopia James Island, 1230 Camp Rd., Charleston | $20 | Spend an hour moving through deep stretching, breath work, and heart work with local instructor Alex Clark — all levels are welcome.
Thursday, March 16
Pint Night | Thursday, March 16 | 4-9 p.m. | Two Blokes Brewing, 547 Long Point Rd., Ste. 101, Mount Pleasant | Price of purchase | Grab a drink at this local brewery — $1 of every pint sold this evening will benefit One80 Place.
Yappy Hour | Thursday, March 16 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | North Charleston Wannamaker County Park, 8888 University Blvd., North Charleston | $2 park admission | Bring your pup and enjoy live music from Kenley Young with drinks available for purchase.
Friday, March 17
Charleston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade | Friday, March 17 | 10-11:30 a.m. | King Street, Charleston | Free | Travel down King Street to Broad Street with Irish step dancers, fiddlers, and team mascots.
Charleston Craft Beer Cruises St. Patrick’s Day Cruise | Friday, March 17-Saturday, March 18 | 2-3:30 p.m. | Charleston Maritime Center, 10 Wharfside St., Charleston | $45.00 | This cruise features beers from some of Charleston’s best craft breweries and CHStoday’s Brewery March Madness bracket.*
We have a calendar filled with events and activities you can plan for in advance. Click the button below to bookmark ideas for upcoming date nights, family outings, and time with friends.
Félix Cocktails et Cuisine has a new concept in the works: La Cave at Felix. Set to be located in the former OddFellows Ice Cream Co. space on King Street, the new spot will be an exclusive sipping lounge and salon privé for Bar Félix and has an anticipatedopening in November. Find updates on Instagram.
Historic Charleston Foundation launched a new website, working to “generate more public input” on proposedredevelopmentplans for the 64-acre Union Pier. The website includes a commentsection, resources, and a selection of news. 💻 (The Post and Courier)
The Barberry Woods Restoration Project has been selected as one of 17 projects to receive funding from the American Rescue Plan Act Stormwater Infrastructure program. The total award amount is $4,600,000, which must be used by the endof2026. View the full list. 💰 (WCBD)
Heads up, Summerville residents: Areas of North Maple Street from Richardson Avenue to Wassamassaw Road will be impactedthis Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18 as tree removal and construction projects begin as part of the Maple Street Extension project. 🚧 (WCBD)
Looking to attend High Water Festivalon April 15 and 16 at Riverfront Park? Grab your 2-Day general admission tickets at Tier 3 pricing ($185) before they sell out. Festival performers include Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Shovels & Rope, and Father John Misty. 🎟️
No. 8. That’s South Carolina’s ranking on Lendio’s list of the “Top 10 Best States for Small Businesses.” SC was recognized for its 5% corporate income tax rate, low cost of living and housing prices, and high relocation numbers, with 84,030 people moving to the state last year. (Holy City Sinner)
Did you know our online store Six & Main features Sourhouse, a company that creates simple tools for sourdough bakers to care for their starters? The Goldie by Sourhouse + Cooling Puck is one of the most popular items. Let’s start baking. 🍞
Looking for a vibrant place with scenic outdoors and an expansive culinary scene? ExploreGreenville where eclectic dining, outdoor adventures + natural beauty awaits. Check out travel inspo so you can start planning your trip.*
AG1 by Athletic Greens is so much more than “greens.” With one scoop, AG1 empowers the gut for whole-body health. (And, ICYMI, we can’t achieve a healthier everything else without a healthy gut.) Try it and receive a free one year supply of vitamin D and 5 free travel packs.*
It’s time forbiscuits with the boss. Season three of “Ted Lasso”premieres today only on Apple TV+, which means AFC Richmond is hitting the pitch and Jason Sudeikis will surely have some feel-good life advice for us. Bonus: Get your first week free when you sign up to stream. 📺 *
Cut down your travel time with TSA PreCheck. | Photo via Pexels
Planning a spring getaway? Don’t forget to add TSA PreCheck enrollment to your pre-vacay to-do list.
The government program provides an expedited security lane at 200+ airports for travelers that pass a security screening — which includes a short application and a 10-minute in-person enrollment appointment — and are given a Known Traveler Number. Bonus: The screening is good for five years and costs $78.
The main benefit of enrolling? Save time when traveling. Recent data found that 96% of TSA PreCheck passengers spent less than five minutes at airport security checkpoints.
Editor’s pick: Heads up, Holy City: Today is Espresso Martini Day and if you’re anything like me, you just found an excuse to grab that post-work cocktail with your besties. I heard through the grapevine that Bourbon N’ Bubbles is celebrating in style with $10 espresso martinis — do what you will with that info.
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