10/11/2021: Meets the second Monday of every month at 6:00 pm in the third floor Buist Conference Room at North Charleston City Hall, 2500 City Hall Lane, North Charleston, SC. Contact: Planning & Zoning Director Gwen …. Quicklinks. Visit North Charleston. North Charleston’s OFFICIAL visitors’ website, featuring the City’s top...
DIY Thai Food – Thai food meal kits. Sweet Mae’s – health-based food, smoothies, infant food, etc. Herba botanicals – all purpose cleaner, scented vinegar, and pet spray. Hear Publishing, LLCLLC – books & plants. Charleston Coastal Creations – tumblers, cutting boards, etc. MalaMaya Bead Co. – crystals, sage sticks,...
Another Thursday, another farmers market! Joseph Fields Farm, Robert Fields Farm, Frank Simmons Farm, and Bernard Freeman Farm have your produce needs covered. They’ll be joined by;. Kimberley’s Snacks & Coffees: fresh milk, eggs, desserts, lemonade and more. Tanja’s Bake Shop – fresh bread, vegan delights, Charleston chews, cakes, and...
NCPD was honored to have Congresswoman Nancy Mace at the city’s July 4th celebration at Riverfront Park. Congresswoman Mace posed for a photo with Mayor Summey and some of our officers. She also took a selfie with one of our motorcycle officers. Fun times!
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This week’s North Charleston Farmers Market on Thursday, June 10, is the first back in our regular format! Goodbye essential goods mini market, hello full capacity farmers market! Our 4 local farmers (Joseph Fields Farm, Robert Fields Farm, Frank Simmons Farm, and Bernard Freeman Farm) will be joined by Kim’s Snacks & Coffees (fresh milk/eggs, desserts, boiled peanuts, lemonade, and iced coffee), Sea Island Organics (elderberry syrups, kits and teas), Sweet Mae’s (small batch foods for post-partum, lactation, popsicles, toddler snacks, smoothies, and granola), Big Daddy’s Pork Skins, Craft & Canvas (Make & Take crafts for kids, planter pots, artwork, handmade cards), Silver OZ Designs (handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry), With Love by Sleepy (bowl/cup cozys, wristlets, hats, coasters, baby blankets, pins, stickers & more), Paintings by Matt Kim, and Charleston Coastal Creations (crafted cutting boards, earrings, tumblers, welcome beads). The SC DHEC WIC Mobile Clinic will also be on site along with Learn4Life Charleston with registration & school info. This week’s featured food truck is Area 51 Foods. They’ll be serving delicious bowls, subs, wraps, and more! And finally, we are excited for the return of live music with Mark Jackson Music‘s acoustic groove! Music is from 5-7, market runs from 3-7pm. C’mon out to the Felix C Davis Community Center, y’all!
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If you’re out and about enjoying Park Circle Pride events this evening, be sure to add Park Circle Gallery to your list of stops! We’re hosting a FREE public reception from 5-7pm in honor of the 2 concurrent solo exhibits currently on view! Abstract expressionist works by local artists Christopher Murphy and Julia Coello Gallagher are on display through June 26.
This week’s market is going to be a hot one! Lowcountry Local First will be on hand to pump up their “Eat Local Season” and providing info to patrons on what’s ripe, in season, and sure to be yummy from all of our local farmers: Joseph Fields Farm, Robert Fields Farm, Bernard Freeman Farm, and Frank Simmons Farm. Other vendors include Big Daddy’s Pork Skins, Kim’s Snacks (baked goods, eggs, milk, and more), and Sea Island Organics (elderberry syrup and tea kits). We’ll also be joined by the Charleston County Public Library Book Mobile and Dominion Energy with info on their utility assistance program. This week’s featured food truck is Lillie Fuel, serving salads, sandwiches, prepared purees, toddler meals, and healthy snacks. See you at Felix C Davis Community Center on Thursday, May 27, from 3-7pm!
On May 17, 2021, Governor Henry McMaster signed the Open Carry with Training Act, which goes into effect on August 15, 2021. However, in accordance with the law, the City of North Charleston still prohibits the carrying of firearms at city owned premises and facilities. NO CONCEALABLE WEAPONS ALLOWED. Neither...
Celebration of arts returns for 39th year with full line-up of FREE events. The 39th annual North Charleston Arts Fest is just one month away, set to take place May 4-8. The celebration of arts and culture highlights the talents of regional and local artists and performers in the areas of music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and literature. Performances, activities, and exhibits take place in a variety of venues throughout the city of North Charleston with free admission for all. Residents and visitors can enjoy concerts, dance performances, comedy, art demos, kid’s programs, a variety of exhibitions, an Arty Block Party, and more. Complete details about the five-day event are available at NorthCharlestonArtsFest.com.
Sgt. Brooks, Pfc. Riley and Pfc. Demalo of NCPD’s Cops Athletic Program are getting ready for our “A Baby Changes Everything’ baby shower for new and expectant mothers on April 2. The event will include education and resources, and raffle door prizes, such as cribs, diaper bags, strollers and infant sleepers. All slots are filled but we will have another event in the fall. Please follow our Facebook page for updates. #PathForward.
The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is proud to sponsor the annual Martin Luther King Jr. tribute concert by the popular and internationally acclaimed Lowcountry Voices on Saturday, January 15, 2022, at 5:00pm. The concert, titled Remembrance, will take place at St. Matthew Baptist Church, located at 2005 Reynolds Avenue, North Charleston. Admission is free, but an entry ticket is required. Face coverings are mandatory, and all attendees must show proof of vaccination to be admitted.
Big news! NCPD has rescheduled National Night Out 2021. It will be held on Monday, November 8 at Park Circle. Please help us spread the word. We are looking forward to seeing everyone! #PathForward.
Seasonal celebration features free fun for the whole family. The City of North Charleston announces the 8th Annual Harvest Festival featuring live music, an artist market, costume contests, trick-or-treat on the street, a pop-up pumpkin patch, children’s activities, and more. The fall festivities will take place in the Olde Village of North Charleston, located on East Montague Avenue near Park Circle, on Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 4:00-7:00pm. Admission and parking are free. East Montague Avenue will close to vehicular traffic from Jenkins Avenue to Virginia Avenue at 2:00pm and remain closed for the duration of the event.
This month’s Creative Workshop on Saturday, Aug 28, features kumihimo cord making with local textile artist Kristy Bishop! The traditional Japanese cords created during the 2-hr workshop (10am-noon) can be made into bracelets, anklets, chokers, or necklaces. Fee is $20 and includes all materials. Registration closes on Thursday, Aug 26.
The Cultural Arts Dept. is thrilled to have our former artist-in-residence back for this month’s Creative Arts Workshop on July 24 at Park Circle Gallery. Learn the basics of embroidery with Camela Guevara Art! Registration is $20 and includes all materials. Registration closes on July 22 and spots are filling up fast so call 843-740-5854 or register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creative-arts-workshop-intro-to-embroidery-with-camela-guevara-tickets-161548984361.
North Charleston’s Independence Day event is BACK, showcasing the Lowcountry’s largest 4th of July fireworks show on Sunday, July 4, 7-10pm at Riverfront Park. Fireworks at dark and music by DJ Natty Heavy. The show is presented FREE to the public with all general admission for attendees. Guests attending the...