Happenings

Charleston

Happenings

Valentine’s Day

February 14th

Join us at Henrietta’s to experience a fresh selection from our menus.  Enjoy a specialty three course offering crafted by our chefs for $70 per person. Highlights include; Kumamoto Oysters, Colorado Rack of Lamb, and Strawberry Mille Feuille. View Menu

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Charleston Jazz Festival

January 23rd – 26th

From legends of jazz to emerging artists, to Charleston’s most celebrated home-grown talent, the Charleston Jazz Festival presents performances by a wide variety of talented artists. Charleston Jazz was born at the dawn of acceptance of jazz music as the classical music of the United States of America.

Micromosaic Jewels from the Collection of Elizabeth Locke

January 17th – May 3rd

The Gibbes Museum of Art presents an exhibition featuring 92 micromosaics from the private collection of Elizabeth Locke. Stay with us as you experience a weekend of extraordinary art. Made into jewelry, boxes, and paper weights and sold as easily carried mementoes, micromosaics passed out of fashion toward the end of the 19th century and are now a lost art.

Live Jazz & Libations

Friday & Saturday 7PM – 10PM

Join us in The Living Room for a cocktail crafted by one of our master mixologists. Don’t miss the Joe Clarke Trio, playing live every Friday and Saturday from 7PM until 10PM.

2nd Sunday on King Street

February 9th & March 8th

On the second Sunday of every month, Charleston’s main shopping district, King Street, closes to traffic and opens to pedestrians. Enjoy shopping, dining, live performances and special events on King, from 1PM – 5PM.

Art Walk

February 7th

Held on the first Friday of every month from 5 PM – 8 PM, The Charleston Gallery Association Art Walk showcases local, regional and national artists’ works. Open to all, Art Walk is the perfect introduction to the vibrant and growing art community in Charleston. Stroll through the historical streets and explore some of the local galleries.

DESTINATION: CHARLESTON

Bordering Marion Square, The Dewberry is a local landmark, as well as a marquee destination for residents and visitors alike.