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Charleston Magazine Club Events

Garden Club of Charleston Home and Garden Tours

Mar 29

The Garden Club of Charleston presents Springtime in Charleston 2019, their 84th Annual House & Garden Tour. This event showcases some of the most beautiful and historic private homes and gardens in Charleston, many of which have never before been on tour.

New Orleans Meets Charleston: Charleston Jazz Festival

Mar 30

It’s Mardi Gras time! Delfeayo Marsalis and the CJO will play the music of the Bayou with an added dash of Lowcountry flavor. Born and raised in New Orleans, Delfeayo is one of the top trombonists, composers, and producers of jazz. A member of America’s ‘First Family of Jazz’, Delfeayo received the National Endowment of the Arts Jazz Master Award in 2011. This will definitely be a night to remember.

Plantasia Eve Party

Apr 12

Join us for a spectacular outdoor celebration on the eve of our big Plantasia event underneath the stunning and majestic live oaks at beautiful Old Towne Creek County Park in West Ashley!

With a plentiful array of food from Thurston Southern catering along with our beer and wine bar, you will be able to explore all that Plantasia Eve has to offer ahead of the big sale the following day. One of the hottest parties of the spring season, Plantasia Eve activities include checking out our annual lron Trowel live garden design competition, digging through our Real Yard Sale filled with a variety of garden tools and decor treasures, shopping at a variety of garden vendors featuring everything from garden art to the latest garden accessories and most importantly taking home a plethora of the finest plants you can find in the Lowcountry and beyond, all before the public gets their chance the following day.

Charleston Jazz: Mess Around: A Tribute to Ray Charles, featuring Manny Houston

Apr 20

What’d I Say, Hit the Road Jack, Georgia on My Mind, and Mess Around were just a few treasures recorded and performed by Ray Charles. Known as the ‘Genius of Soul,’ Ray pioneered the soul music genre during the 1950s and 60s by combining blues, jazz and gospel styles. The CJO welcomes vocalist Manny Houston to celebrate this American icon. Originally from Greenville, SC, Manny has starred in many stage and show productions, including his own highly acclaimed piano singer tribute at the Charleston Music Hall.