Looking to "C" you this week!

Whoever believes in the good in people, draws forth the good in people.

JEAN PAUL

If you look for the good you will find it.  If you look for the bad, you will find that too.  Henry Ford was right, if you believe you can or you believe you can’t your right.  

What is happening this week you ask…

2/10-Wednesday Wine and Canvas 6:30pm-9:30pm Think of it as the painting class with beverages. No talent or equipment required. You just show up and BAM you are an artist. What a great way to share an evening out with your friends. Tickets are $35 and that entitles you to all your supplies and 10% off your beverages for the evening. Don’t forget to click here to register.  

https://www.wineandcanvas.com/wine-and-canvas-calendar-charleston-sc.html

2/11-Thursday Open Mic Night hosted byFleming Moore 7pm-9:30pm   Come on out and experience something new and exciting every week.  Talented musicians from all over the area come and share their gifts and flair with you the audience. You never know who will show up.

2/12-Claire Conway 7pm-9pm Hello! My name is Claire, I am a singer/songwriter from Charleston, South Carolina. I listen to a little of everything, but I'm influenced mostly by folk and indie music (Passenger, Bon Iver, Birdy, Ed Sheeran, and The Oh Hellos are a few of my favorites). My EP, The Beautiful Side, is available on iTunes now. Thanks so much for watching, I hope you enjoy the music! http://itunes.apple.com/album/id937314445

 

 

 

2/13 Saturday

Winter’s Farmers Market 9am-1pm Come out and support so many of the local farmers from our area that provide us with nutritious and delicious food all spring, summer and fall.  

Cookies and Canvas 2pm-4pm Children love to paint and parents love to see their budding Picasso create a stunning work of art.  Join us on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month.  Tickets are $20 and your child gets all the supplies and instructions they need.  Parents can sit back relax, have a cup of coffee, tea, mimosa or beer while their miniature Monet paints a Masterpiece.

Don't forget to sign up  HERE

https://www.wineandcanvas.com/cookies-and-canvas-calendar-charleston-sc.html

Holt Vest 7pm-9pm Singer/Songwriter Holt Vest began his music venture in the 1980's with various bands and music venues to showcase a myriad of songs that have have been written over time to capture the essence of life. Novel-like in approach, his songs tell a story. Very spiritual in depth, he admits that some songs were literally captured "as photographs of sound". Exposure to a major label was achieved in 2002,where a solo artist career began to take shape. He collaborates with other writers as well as solo projects. He hopes you will find pleasure in this project and he works to develop more material that stands to surpass all previous work done to this point.

https://tatemusicgroup.com/epk/artist/29731

And here’s a look at what is coming up…

2/17-NIght Cap Yoga

2/18-Open Mic

2/19-Chris Sullivan

2/20-Winters Farmers Market

Trinity Oyster Roast

Busker

2/25-Open Mic

2/26-Aged to Perfection

2/27-Winter Farmers Market

Advanced Art Show for Pinewood Prep 

Cookies and Canvas

Dan Riley

3/4-SHS Steel Drum Band

3/5-Winter Farmers market

Susie Summers Duo

3/9-Wine and Canvas 

3/10-Open Mic

3/11 Mike and Caroline

3/12-Winter Farmers market

Cookies and Canvas 

Podunk

Thank GOD for today and seeing you at the "C"

We have no idea what tomorrow will bring, but today is overflowing with potential.

ALLAN LOKOS

If all else fails, at least we have today.  

What is happening this week you ask…

2/3-Wednesday Night Cap Yoga (7pm-9pm)  an all levels class. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. $10 for the yoga class or $15 for the yoga class plus a beverage. Come experience a unique form of yoga with a fusion of the Yoga Loft of Summerville and CCR

2/4-Thursday Open Mic Night hosted byFleming Moore 7pm-9:30pm   Come on out and experience something new and exciting every week.  Talented musicians from all over the area come and share their gifts and flair with you the audience. You never know who will show up.

2/5-Friday Bogan Mask 7pm-9pm singer/songwriter, has been a performing staple for many years in the Southeast. His music speaks of the joys, pains and loves of life. Bogan's life experiences shine through his guitar and voice leaving his audience feeling his warmth. Bogan released two CD's in 2009, Maskuerade and UnMasked, and is currently working on material for his third one. www.reverbnation.com/boganmask

2/6 Saturday

Winter’s Farmers Market 9am-1pm Come out and support so many of the local farmers from our area that provide us with nutritious and delicious food all spring, summer and fall.  

SHS Steel Drum Band 3pm-5pm Come out and enjoy an evening of Calypso music that will warm your heart and soul.  These talented young musicians bring the sounds of the islands to Summerville and maybe it will bring some warmer weather as well.  

Susie Summers Duo 7pm-9pm Susie and her husband Al are a magical duo that entertains the crowd with their music and stories.  They play mostly their original music which is always preempted by a story of how it came to be.  Come enjoy the raw emotion of her songs and the power of their voices. 

 

And here’s a look at what is coming up…

 

 

2/10-WIne and Canvas

2/11-Open Mic & Spoken Word

2/12-Claire Conway

2/13-Cookies and Canvas

Holt Vest

2/17-NIght Cap Yoga

2/18-Open Mic

2/19-Chris Sullivan

2/20-Winters Farmers Market

Trinity Oyster Roast

Busker

2/25-Open Mic

2/26-Aged to Perfection

2/27-Winter Farmers Market

Advanced Art Show for Pinewood Prep 

Cookies and Canvas

Dan Riley

3/4-SHS Steel Drum Band

3/5-Susie Summers Duo

Positively exciting stuff happening at the "C"

If you realized how powerful your thoughts are, you would never think a negative thought.

PEACE PILGRIM

 

 

And we are POSITIVE you are going to love what we have in store for you at the “C” this week. 

 

 

What is happening this week you ask…

1/20-Night Cap Yoga 7pm-9pm Nightcap Yoga is an All Levels Class. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. $10 for the yoga class or $15 for the yoga class and a beverage. Come experience a unique form of yoga with a fusion of The Yoga Loft of Summerville and CCR

1/21-Thursday Book signing with Nickie Dew Cooper author of Footprints Nickie Dew Cooper is a native of Summerville. Grew up in the surrounding areas and a graduate from Summerville High. Working in the automotive industry for many years and now in the Real Estate profession. Discovering while in grade school she had a unique writing ability, She Won an award in 8th grade for the first poem she ever wrote. Over her lifetime she has wrote many poems as gifts for friends and family. When her first daughter was born still. She wrote a poem and had it published. Over the years of overcoming the grief she wrote her book describing her journey. Although it is a bittersweet story, it has much inspiration and is a must read to help anyone to walk through the loss of a loved one. She currently has one daughter that is in college. Nickie and her fiancé enjoy boating, cookouts, family gatherings and volunteering at the local orphanage. Nickies motto in life is : Never let a person or situation decide your destiny. You choose the path you take and you create your story !! 

 

Bonnie Bevins 6pm-7pm Music lovers you are not gonna wanna miss this incredible young lady performing this Thursday from 6-7PM at the "C"! 

Open Mic Night hosted byFleming Moore 7pm-9:30pm   Come on out and experience something new and exciting every week.  Talented musicians from all over the area come and share their gifts and flair with you the audience. You never know who will show up.

1/22-Friday Best Laid Plan 7pm-9pm Scott Carpenter and Corey Kinsella have played acoustic music together for more than a decade.  Recently they felt the urge to start making their own music and open the sound up with electric instruments.  Together with Jason Hayes and Matt Beran on bass and drums, they’ve crafted a sweet mix of vocal harmonies over catchy rhythms.  The songs are often written from a storyteller’s point of view and always include a catchy hook.  Listen closely and you’ll hear influences from The Black Crowes, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Foo Fighters, Bob Schneider, and more.

1/23 Saturday

Winter’s Farmers Market 9am-1pm Come out and support so many of the local farmers from our area that provide us with nutritious and delicious food all spring, summer and fall.  

 Busker 7pm-10pm  The award winning Best in Summerville band is back at CCR to delight you with their new songs and help you reminisce with some oldie but goodies.Their music is best described as “inclusive”. The cover songs they play are ever-changing and include Beatles, REM, Goo Goo Dolls, Of Monsters and Men, B-52’s, disco, Madonna, KT Tunstill, Adele, ColdPlay, Tom Petty, etc. If you can’t groove to something that they play, then just stay home!

 

And here’s a look at what is coming up…

 

 

1/27-Sex + Money Documentary

1/28-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/29-Brandon Simmons

1/30-Winters Farmers Market

Double Nought Spies

2/3-Night Cap Yoga

2/4-Open Mic

2/5 Bogan Mask

2/6-Winters Farmers Market

SHS Steel Drum Band @3pm

Susie Summers @7pm

2/10-WIne and Canvas

2/11-Open Mic & Spoken Word

2/12-Claire Conway

2/13-Cookies and Canvas

Holt Vest

2/17-NIght Cap Yoga

2/18-Open Mic

2/19-Chris Sullivan

2/20-Winters Farmers Market

Trinity Oyster Roast

Busker

We'll be "C"ing you this week, right.

Even if our efforts of attention seem for years to be producing no result, one day a light that is in exact proportion to them will flood the soul.

Simone Weil

 

Thank you for flooding our soul Summerville.

 

 

What is happening this week you ask…

1/13-Wednesday Wine and Canvas 6:30pm-9:30pm Think of it as the painting class with beverages. No talent or equipment required. You just show up and BAM you are an artist. What a great way to share an evening out with your friends. Tickets are $35 and that entitles you to all your supplies and 10% off your beverages for the evening. Don’t forget to click here to register.  

https://www.wineandcanvas.com/wine-and-canvas-calendar-charleston-sc.html

1/14-Thursday Open Mic Night hosted byFleming Moore 7pm-9:30pm   Come on out and experience something new and exciting every week.  Talented musicians from all over the area come and share their gifts and flair with you the audience. You never know who will show up.

1/15-Friday Fleming Moore 7pm-9pm Fleming Moore is a local singer/songwriter and frontman for Podunk. He will be performing original songs from his latest EP, Folk Songs For The Apocalypse, as well as some new material from his forthcoming EP, Edge of America, with Podunk. https://itun.es/us/6u__-

1/16 Saturday

Winter’s Farmers Market 9am-1pm Come out and support so many of the local farmers from our area that provide us with nutritious and delicious food all spring, summer and fall.  

 

Tom Strickland 7pm-9pm Tom is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Glasgow West Virginia (about 25 miles east of Charleston).  Tom started playing guitar taught to him by his mother as a teenager.  He soon joined his first band and started playing at local bars and restaurants in the Charleston area.  He discovered his love for song writing and even had a local hit on the radio back in the 70’s.  He has been compared to John Denver and James Taylor.  He has been referred to as “the walking juke box”, because he can usually perform just about anything requested by his audience. Tom moved to Ladson South Carolina back in 2000 and has enjoyed performing with local musicians as well as a solo artist. 

And here’s a look at what is coming up…

 

 

1/20-Night Cap Yoga

1/21-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/22-Scott Carpenter

1/23-Winter’s Farmers Market 9-1

Cookies and Canvas

Busker

1/27-Sex + Money Documentary

1/28-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/29-Brandon Simmons

1/30-Double Nought Spies

2/3-Night Cap Yoga

2/4-Open Mic

2/5 Bogan Mask

2/6-SHS Steel Drum Band @3pm

Susie Summers @7pm

2/10-WIne and Canvas

2/11-Open Mic & Spoken Word

2/12-Claire Conway

2/13-Holt Vest

Welcome to 2016, come see the changes we have made at the "C"

You cannot give your life more days, but you can give your days more life.

Unknown

Here’s to 2016 being full of life! 

What is happening this week you ask…

1/6-Wednesday Night Cap Yoga 7pm-9pm Nightcap Yoga is an All Levels Class. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. $10 for the yoga class or $15 for the yoga class and a beverage. Come experience a unique form of yoga with a fusion of The Yoga Loft of Summerville and CCR.

1/7-Thursday Open Mic Night hosted byFleming Moore 7pm-9:30pm   Come on out and experience something new and exciting every week.  Talented musicians from all over the area come and share their gifts and flair with you the audience. You never know who will show up.

1/8-Friday SeanAnastsia 7pm-9pmSeanAstasia is a dynamic duo of musical talent consisting of Sean Forrest and Anastasia Spiecker. In early 2014, while working out of a local recording and teaching facility called RBR Studios, Sean Forrest and Anastasia Spiecker began to collaborate on musical ideas. What they discovered was a unique and pleasing sound, as well as a natural rapport that lent itself perfectly to the crafting of original songs as musical partners.

 

Though Sean and Anastasia both play a variety of instruments and have years of performance experience in a plethora of formats, when performing as SeanAstasia, you will usually find each musician holding an acoustic guitar and weaving fantastic harmonies. From the haunting melodies of the duo’s first song, “Pedestals,” to the hopefulness of the more recently composed, “Something Like Love,” to the dreamy, “Here and Forever,” SeanAstasia draws the listener in with thoughtful works of audible art and lush sonic landscapes. 

1/9 Saturday

Winter’s Farmers Market 9am-1pm Come out and support so many of the local farmers from our area that provide us with nutritious and delicious food all spring, summer and fall.  

Cookies and Canvas 2pm-4pm Children love to paint and parents love to see their budding Picasso create a stunning work of art.  Join us on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month.  Tickets are $20 and your child gets all the supplies and instructions they need.  Parents can sit back relax, have a cup of coffee, tea, mimosa or beer while their miniature Monet paints a Masterpiece.

Don't forget to sign up  HERE

Joseph Tedesco Duo 7pm-9pm Joe Tedesco performs with heart and soul that is felt in every lyric he has written and every note he sings.  Joe’s talents include guitar, piano, harmonica, and entertaining the crowd.  Joe is nonstop energy and fun and we love him at CCR.And here’s a look at what is coming up…

 

 

1/13-Wine & Canvas

1/14-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/15-W. Michael Freund

1/16-Winter’s Farmers Market 9-1

Cookies and Canvas

Tom Strickland

1/20-Night Cap Yoga

1/21-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/22-Scott Carpenter

1/23-Winter’s Farmers Market 9-1

Busker

1/27-Sex + Money Documentary

1/28-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/29-Brandon Simmons

1/30-Double Nought Spies

2/3-Night Cap Yoga

2/4-Open Mic

2/5 Bogan Mask

2/6-SHS Steel Drum Band @3pm

Susie Summers @7pm

Start 2016 off right at the "C"

Something precious is lost if we rush headlong into the details of life without pausing for a moment to pay homage to the mystery of life and the gift of another day.

 

KENT NERBURN

 

All of us here at Coastal Coffee Roasters will be taking a pause before the new year.  It gives us all a time to rest and regroup so we can start off fresh in 2016.  2015 has been a spectacular year and that is do in large part to YOU our customers.  Thank you for your patronage and support.  We look forward to serving you in 2016.  

 

 

What is happening this week you ask…

12/28-Monday Closed

12/29-Tuesday Closed

12/30-Wednesday Closed

12/31-Thursday Closed

1/1/2016-Friday Closed

1/2/2016 Saturday Opening back up at 7 am with

Winter’s Farmers Market 9am-1pm Come out and support so many of the local farmers from our area that provide us with nutritious and delicious food all spring, summer and fall.  

Susie Summers Duo 7pm-9pm Susie and her husband Al are a magical duo that entertains the crowd with their music and stories.  They play mostly their original music which is always preempted by a story of how it came to be.  Come enjoy the raw emotion of her songs and the power of their voices. 

And here’s a look at what is coming up…

 

1/6-Night Cap Yoga

1/7-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/8-SeanAstasia

1/9-Winter’s Farmers Market 9-1

Cookies and Canvas

Joseph Tedesco

1/13-Wine & Canvas

1/14-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/15-W. Michael Freund

1/16-Winter’s Farmers Market 9-1

Cookies and Canvas

Tom Strickland

1/20-Night Cap Yoga

1/21-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/22-Scott Carpenter

1/23-Winter’s Farmers Market 9-1

Busker

1/27-Sex + Money Documentary

1/28-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/29-Brandon Simmons

1/30-Double Nought Spies

Open letter to our friends and family

 

Dear Friends and Family, 

The purpose of this letter is to affirm that Coastal Coffee Roasters, Inc is a Specialty Coffee Professional affiliated with our organization, the Specialty Coffee Association of America. Specialty Coffee Professionals face a unique set of challenges in the holiday season, and we’d like to help you avoid some common pitfalls that come up often during this festive time.

  1. You might be tempted to ask the Specialty Coffee Professional named above to make coffee for everyone after dinner. It is true that this person has demonstrated a special skill in coffee-making, as it is an important part of their job. Please remember, however, that everyone deserves a day off, and coffee pros often like to have someone else make the coffee for a change.
  2. Be assured, the coffee professional named above will not criticize your coffee. You may experience some anxiety serving coffee to someone who tastes coffee for a living. Don’t worry: a part of our professional code is to refrain from nitpicking family members’ coffee selections, preferences, or brewing skills. Furthermore, there is no need to apologize for putting milk, sugar, or sweetener in your coffee. We get it, the heart wants what it wants. It’s ok.
  3. If the coffee professional named above brings you a gift of coffee, it is likely to be very good. You might be tempted to put it in the freezer and ‘save it for a special occasion’. This should be avoided under all circumstances. The ‘special occasion’ is now, and the coffee should be consumed completely within the next couple of weeks. If you want more, don’t worry, the Specialty Coffee Professional named above would be happy to help you find some.
  4. If the Specialty Coffee Professional is spending the night at your house, they might bring their own equipment to brew coffee with in the morning. This is not meant as an insult, it’s just that we get kind of particular about these kinds of things. Alternatively, the coffee pro might choose to ‘go out’ for coffee in the morning rather than drinking what you always have in the house. Again, it’s nothing personal, it’s just that morning coffee is especially important to this person. If you’d like some coffee coaching, the Specialty Coffee Professional can give you some good references.

Thank you for inviting the Specialty Coffee Professional named above to your holiday gathering. Observing these simple tips will ensure a delightful, enjoyable holiday season.

Sincerely,

The Specialty Coffee Association of America

Counting down to the holidays at the "C" is boring with out YOU!

In the time of your life, live — so that in that wondrous time you shall not add to the misery and sorrow of the world, but shall smile to the infinite delight and mystery of it.

 

WILLIAM SAROYAN

 

All I saw on Sunday in this glorious town was smiles and infinite delight.  It was a pleasure to see so many smiling, friendly and waving people along the parade route.  What joy there was as we shared a common goal, to celebrate the holiday season.  We all share a common goal and that is a love for our town of Summerville.  Without getting to soap boxy, I hope we can all work together for the good of Summerville and the good of us all, Summervillians.   

 

 

What is happening this week you ask…

Find us each week at the Farmers Markets

Saturdays Summerville Farmers Market

12/16-Wednesday Night Cap Yoga 7pm-9pm Nightcap Yoga is an All Levels Class. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. $10 for the yoga class or $15 for the yoga class and a beverage. Come experience a unique form of yoga with a fusion of The Yoga Loft of Summerville and CCR

12/17 Thursday, 7pm-9:45pm Open Mic Night hosted by Fleming Moore Come on out and experience something new and exciting every week.  Talented musicians from all over the area come and share their gifts and flair with you the audience. You never know who will show up.

Spoken Word will be in conjunction with Open Mic Come on out and share your talents.

12/18-Friday, 7pm-9pm Tom Buechi (pronounced Bee-Kee) performs solo acoustic guitar/keyboards/vocals in the Charleston, SC area. Tom's shows are lively and upbeat, not your usual singer/songwriter acoustic show!  Styles include Blues, Classic Rock, Southern Rock and Country from the 60's to present.  Tom has a large play list so no two shows are alike and he can tailor each show to match the audience. Included are songs by Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Keith Urban, Firefall, Creedance Clearwater Revival, The Beatles, Brooks and Dunn, The Steve Miller Band, The Allman Brothers, Paul Thorn, Keith Urban, Billy Currington, Bryan Adams, Bob Dylan, Jefferson Airplane, The Marshall Tucker Band, Derek and the Dominoes, Elmore James and Al Stewart along with his original compositions

 

12/12 Saturday 7pm-9pm  Busker The award winning Best in Summerville band is back at CCR to delight you with their new songs and help you reminisce with some oldie but goodies.Their music is best described as “inclusive”. The cover songs they play are ever-changing and include Beatles, REM, Goo Goo Dolls, Of Monsters and Men, B-52’s, disco, Madonna, KT Tunstill, Adele, ColdPlay, Tom Petty, etc. If you can’t groove to something that they play, then just stay home!

 

And here’s a look at what is coming up…

12/24-Christmas EVE we will be closing at 5pm

12/25-Closed

12/26-Closed

12/27-Closed

12/28-Closed

12/29-Closed

12/30-Closed

12/31-Closed

1/1-Closed

1/2-Susie Summers Duo

1/6-Night Cap Yoga

1/7-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/8-SeanAstasia

1/9-Joseph Tedesco

1/13-Wine & Canvas

1/14-Open Mic & Spoken Word

1/15-W. Michael Freund

1/16-Tom Strickland