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City Observed Holidays

  1. Memorial Day

    May 27, All Day

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Main Calendar

  1. Hotel Task Force Meeting

    May 20, 3:30 PM @ City Hall, Council Chamber

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  2. Recreation Commission

    May 20, 5:15 PM @ Parks Department

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  3. Charleston Redevelopment Corporation

    May 21, 8:30 AM @ Department of Housing and Community Development Conference Room

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  4. City of Charleston's 350th Commission

    May 23, 1:30 PM @ Charles Towne Landing: Founders Hall

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  5. Committee on Community Development

    May 23, 4:30 PM @ City Hall: Council Chamber

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  6. Commission on Disability Issues

    May 24, 4:30 PM @ 2 George Street: Public Meeting Room, First Floor

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  7. Committee on Ways and Means

    May 28, 4:30 PM @ TBA

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  8. City Council

    May 28, 5:00 PM @ TBA

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Office of Cultural Affairs

  1. West Ashley Farmers Market

    May 22, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Ackerman

    The WAFM is produced by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs in cooperation with the City of Charleston Parks Department. The OCA has a long history of producing the highly successful Charleston Farmers Market. The WAFM is dedicated to the support and advocacy of local farmers and growers and features fresh seasonal produce, as well as sweet and savory foods from area vendors who source ingredients from nearby farms. The WAFM will build upon the success of the CFM by expanding access to local fresh food, supporting the local economy and local agriculture, providing a civic gathering place and opportunities for community engagement. A curated program of live entertainment and family-friendly activities will enhance the farmers’ market experience. Addressing one of the key strategies in the City of Charleston’s 2014 West Ashley Strategic Plan, the WAFM will help create community partnerships and reactivate civic spaces.

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  2. Charleston Farmers Market

    May 25, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Marion Square

    Founded by Mayor Joe Riley in 1988 with the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service, the CFM is produced by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs, in cooperation with the City of Charleston Parks Department and Special Events Committee. Located in historic Marion Square, the CFM has been ranked by Travel and Leisure magazine as one of the top 10 farmers markets in the nation and the City Paper's annual "Best Of" edition has proclaimed the CFM as "Best Outdoor Event" and/or "Best Attraction" for five years running. The CFM is open each Saturday, from April through November, 8:00am to 2:00pm with select Sundays and adjusted hours during the Piccolo Spoleto Festival and Saturdays and Sundays during Holiday Magic in December. Attracting locals and visitors alike, the CFM is the community connection bringing together people from all parts of the Lowcountry and beyond.

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  3. West Ashley Farmers Market

    May 29, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Ackerman

    The WAFM is produced by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs in cooperation with the City of Charleston Parks Department. The OCA has a long history of producing the highly successful Charleston Farmers Market. The WAFM is dedicated to the support and advocacy of local farmers and growers and features fresh seasonal produce, as well as sweet and savory foods from area vendors who source ingredients from nearby farms. The WAFM will build upon the success of the CFM by expanding access to local fresh food, supporting the local economy and local agriculture, providing a civic gathering place and opportunities for community engagement. A curated program of live entertainment and family-friendly activities will enhance the farmers’ market experience. Addressing one of the key strategies in the City of Charleston’s 2014 West Ashley Strategic Plan, the WAFM will help create community partnerships and reactivate civic spaces.

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Planning, Preservation & Sustainability

  1. Design Review Board

    May 20, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Gaillard Center Public Meeting Room

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  2. Board of Zoning Appeals--Zoning

    May 21, 5:15 PM - 9:30 PM @ Gaillard Center Public Meeting Room

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  3. Board of Architectural Review - Large

    May 22, 4:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Gaillard Center Public Meeting Room

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  4. Technical Review Committee

    May 23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Building Inspection Conference Room

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  5. Board of Architectural Review - Small

    May 23, 4:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Gaillard Center Public Meeting Room

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  6. Technical Review Committee

    May 30, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Building Inspection Conference Room

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Recreation

  1. Men's Amateur Golf Championship

    May 18 - May 20 @ Municipal Golf Course

    Entry forms are available 1 month prior to the tournament date and will be available online and in the golf shop.

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  2. Uplift M.E. (Spring)

    May 20, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Arthur W. Christopher Community Center

    This program is designed to uplift, motivate, and encourage young individuals in life. Sessions include nutrition and health, career building, self-worth, personal finance, social media, and other great personal development topics.

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  3. Modern Masters

    May 21, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM @ James Island Recreation Complex

    Study the works of famous artists in history and create artwork in the styles of these masters. Participants will experiment with different mediums and study a new artist each month. Supplies are included in the cost.

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  4. African Drumming (Spring)

    May 23, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ St. Julian Devine Community Center

    In history, drumming and the use of percussive instruments have had a significant role in people's lives. The drum is a musical instrument with great power and presence that gives the pulse and backbone to the music it is incorporated with. (Ages 6+)

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  5. Art with the Masters (Spring Session)

    May 23, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Bees Landing Recreation Center

    Each week, this art class for all levels will focus on exploring the famous artists of our past. Children will then apply the ideas into their own creative pieces through drawings and paintings. (Ages 6-12, Activity #571203)

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  6. Uplift M.E. (Spring)

    May 27, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Arthur W. Christopher Community Center

    This program is designed to uplift, motivate, and encourage young individuals in life. Sessions include nutrition and health, career building, self-worth, personal finance, social media, and other great personal development topics.

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  7. Modern Masters

    May 28, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM @ James Island Recreation Complex

    Study the works of famous artists in history and create artwork in the styles of these masters. Participants will experiment with different mediums and study a new artist each month. Supplies are included in the cost.

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  8. African Drumming (Spring)

    May 30, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ St. Julian Devine Community Center

    In history, drumming and the use of percussive instruments have had a significant role in people's lives. The drum is a musical instrument with great power and presence that gives the pulse and backbone to the music it is incorporated with. (Ages 6+)

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  9. Art with the Masters (Spring Session)

    May 30, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Bees Landing Recreation Center

    Each week, this art class for all levels will focus on exploring the famous artists of our past. Children will then apply the ideas into their own creative pieces through drawings and paintings. (Ages 6-12, Activity #571203)

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