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Charleston Magazine Club Events

Charleston Parks Conservancy Oyster Roast & BBQ

Jan 26

Join us Saturday, January 26th for the Annual Oyster Roast and BBQ benefiting the Charleston Parks Conservancy. Held at the newly renovated Rose Pavilion in Hampton Park, enjoy drinks and local oysters while listening to live music under the Oak trees.

The Chocolate Affair

Feb 9

Join us on the 9th of February for the annual Chocolate Affair gala! Benefiting Communities in Schools, participate in the live auction, enjoy live music, and indulge in delicious chocolate desserts. From 6-10 pm, this year’s theme is Pearls of Wisdom, and Black Tie is optional.


Feb 14

Get ready for this year’s Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, held all around the city! Various events include the opening party at the Gibbes, the Signature Gala on Thursday, art shows, animal expositions, auctions, and brunch benefits! You won’t want to miss this weekend full of incredible events. For a full list of events visit the website:

Wine Women and Shoes

Feb 21

On Thursday, February 21st, join us at the new Hotel Bennett for this year’s Wine Women and Shoes! This annual event raises money for mothers, children and young women of Florence Crittenton. Enjoy wine tasting, designer shopping, a fashion show, and a live auction while helping those women in need!

Chamber Music Charleston

Feb 26

Get ready for the last concert in the ovation concert series at the historic Dock Theatre, on February 26th! In a celebration of France, Chamber Music Charleston will play pieces for Ravel and Franck. You won’t want to miss this wonderful display of musical talent. Doors open at 7:30 pm.

The Gibbes Exhibition Preview

May 22

The Gibbes Museum is hosting a sneak peak for their upcoming gallery exhibition: Black Refractions: Highlights from the Studio Museum in Harlem! This exhibit shows a varying body of works, using all medias from the 1930’s to present day from the Studio Museum in Harlem. Enjoy this night of cocktails and incredible, revolutionary works by artists of African descent.