Sparks are flying here at the "C"

How many times have you noticed that it's the little quiet moments in the midst of life that seem to give the rest extra-special meaning?

Fred Rogers

The World According to Mister Rogers

Its like the pause between the notes that make for a beautiful melody.  Just a reminder to stop and smell the roses along the way.   

 

What is happening this week you ask…

7/1-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

 

(Did I mention that Thursday, 7/2 is Brad’s birthday.  Give him a shout out if you see him.)

7/2 Thursday, 7pm-9pm 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.

7/2 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Chris “Chuck” Skipper Spoken Word will be on Thursdays from 7 PM to 9 PM. It will bring performers and anyone interested in live performance to the forefront and give them a warm and inviting space to simply perform written word and give it a voice, to hone their craft, or to get feedback from other performers. Monologues, scenes, and readings of all kind are encouraged and facilitated! It will be spearheaded and conducted by Chris Skipper, the artistic director of the up and coming Greek To Me Repertory theatre group. Come out and get your creative juices flowing!

7/3-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

7/4 Saturday 8am-1pm find us at the Summerville Farmers Market located in the parking lot of First Citizens bank by the parking garage.

 

NOTE THE TIME FOR SATURDAY NIGHT. WE WANT EVERYONE TO BE ABLE TO ENJOY THE FIREWORK!

 

7/4 Saturday 6pm-8pm 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 is a look ahead…

7/8-Wine and Canvas

7/9-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/10-Dave Berry

7/11-Cookies and Canvas

    Tom Strickland

7/15-NIght Cap Yoga

7/16-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/17-Zan Daes

7/18-W. Michael Freund

7/23-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/24-Butch

7/25-Busker

7/29-Night Cap Yoga

7/30-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/31-Trey Nelson(Hip Hop-Rap)

8/1-Susie Summers Duo

Flowertown's Funky Firkin' Fest

A brief note about the upcoming FLOWERTOWN FUNKY FIRKIN’ FEST What does that mean for you? Flowertown's Funky Firkin Fest will take place on Saturday, September 19th 1pm-5pm(during Charleston Beer Week). This Cask Only festival will have over 20 South Carolina Breweries pouring unique beers. What makes this festival special? This event will emphasize the beauty of Sour, Wild, and Barrel Aged beers. Rest assured, there will be plenty of variety on hand! There are only 400 tickets available, so be sure and grab yours now. Tickets may be purchased online (here) or in person at the following locations: Oak Road Brewery, Coastal Coffee Roasters, or Homegrown Brewhouse.

Early Bird Special: $50 (before July 15th)

General Admission: $55 (July 15th and after)

At the Door: $60 (Day of the Event, if still available, but probably not)

Each ticket grants event admission, UNLIMITED beer samples, and a tasting glass. Food trucks will be on site for the purchase of food at an additional cost. A list of breweries, beers, and event happenings will be released closer to the Festival.

NOTE: This is a 21 and older event only. No person under 21 may enter! IDs will be checked at the door. There will be no entry if proper identification is not provided. This ticket is Non-refundable.

What are you in the mood to "C"?

Courage and perseverance have a magical talisman, before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish into air.

John Quincy Adams

Courage and perseverance is what it took, but it finally paid off.  Thank you to everyone who headed out to the grand opening of OAK ROAD BREWERY.  You made it a fabulous success and we thank you.  Thank you for your support both to new ventures and the tried and true.  We would be nothing without you. (And no I didn’t mean for that to rhyme)      

And Happy Father’s Day!

What is happening this week you ask…

6/22 Greek To Me Chicks one act play Join us for the third installment of "EVERY MONTH A LITTLE ONE ACT" presented by Greek To Me Stage Company. From the people who brought you "Sexual Perversity in Chicago", in the month of June we present "Chicks" by Grace McKeaney.

 

Miss Phallon, played with delightful depth and eccentricity by Sara Armistead, is a kindergarten teacher who is nearing a complete and total mental breakdown. As a part of the audience, you join her class and witness the hilarious and heartwarming one woman show you won't soon forget. Join Miss Phallon as she takes us through history, science, life, and her own definition of what love is. Directed by the ever boundary breaking Sarah Daniel.

 

Tickets can be bought below at the eventbrite link immediately or in the coffee house, Coastal Coffee Roasters, the night of the performance.

 

6/24 Rachael’s birthday!

 

6/25 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Open Mic Night hosted by John Scott 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.

6/25 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Chris “Chuck” Skipper Spoken Word will be on Thursdays from 7 PM to 9 PM. It will bring performers and anyone interested in live performance to the forefront and give them a warm and inviting space to simply perform written word and give it a voice, to hone their craft, or to get feedback from other performers. Monologues, scenes, and readings of all kind are encouraged and facilitated! It will be spearheaded and conducted by Chris Skipper, the artistic director of the up and coming Greek To Me Repertory theatre group. Come out and get your creative juices flowing!

6/26-Friday, 7pm-9pm Claire Conway Hello! My name is Claire, I am 15 and 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

6/27 Saturday 8am-1pm find us at the Summerville Farmers Market located in the parking lot of First Citizens bank by the parking garage.

6/27 Saturday Cookies and Canvas 11-2pm 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

 

 

6/27 Saturday 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.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 is a look ahead…

6/29-Greek to Me

7/1-Night Cap Yoga

7/2-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/3-Tom Buechi

7/4-Susie Summers Duo 6-8pm (early so everyone can enjoy the fireworks)

7/8-Wine and Canvas

7/9-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/10-Dave Berry

7/11-Cookies and Canvas

    Tom Strickland

7/15-NIght Cap Yoga

7/16-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/17-Zan Daes

7/18-W. Michael Freund

7/23-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/24-Butch

7/25-Busker

So much fit in the "C" just for you

 

Talk about the joys of the unexpected, can they compare with the joys of the expected, of finding everything delightfully and completely what you knew it was going to be?

Elizabeth Bibesco

Balloons

One thing I know we are ALL delighted about here at CCR, and I think Summerville as well, is the grand opening of OAK ROAD BREWERY! It has been long awaited, but that just makes the day all the more sweet.  Oh, yeah the day is June 20 and the time is…well you will just have to scroll through the whole newsletter to find that our.      

What is happening this week you ask…

6/17 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

6/18 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Open Mic Night hosted byFleming 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.

6/18 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Chris “Chuck” Skipper Spoken Word will be on Thursdays from 7 PM to 9 PM. It will bring performers and anyone interested in live performance to the forefront and give them a warm and inviting space to simply perform written word and give it a voice, to hone their craft, or to get feedback from other performers. Monologues, scenes, and readings of all kind are encouraged and facilitated! It will be spearheaded and conducted by Chris Skipper, the artistic director of the up and coming Greek To Me Repertory theatre group. Come out and get your creative juices flowing!

6/19-Friday, 7pm-9pm Tristina Miller Tristina is a singer/songwriter from Summerville, SC. She is an English Instructor at a college by day and a musician by night. Her first EP (6 songs) "The Summer of You and Me" is available for download on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and many other stores. "The Summer of You and Me" features her highly favored hit about zombies called "All I See is Red" as well as a song that she wrote about being dumped on her birthday 3 times. Tristina is currently working on her first full length album "When the Smoke Clears" and it is set to release by the end of 2014. She plays shows all over the Charleston, SC area and is aggressively pursuing a musical career. If you want to hear music from an honest straight-forward lady, you definitely should check out her music. She is one to watch. If you are interested in booking Tristina please email her at tristinamusic@aol.com

6/20 Saturday 8am-1pm find us at the Summerville Farmers Market located in the parking lot of First Citizens bank by the parking garage.

6/20 Saturday Grand Opening for Oak Road Brewery will be from 3-10pm.  Come out and support Summerville’s very own brewery.  We are on the map, well we have always been on the map now we are on the BEER map!

6/13 Saturday 7pm-9pm  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 is a look ahead…

6/22-Greek to Me

6/25-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/26-Claire Conway

6/27-Cookie and Canvas

Joseph Tedesco

6/29-Greek to Me

7/1-Night Cap Yoga

7/2-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/3-Chris Dodson

7/4-Susie Summers Duo 6-8pm(early so everyone can enjoy the fireworks)

7/8-Wine and Canvas

7/9-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/10-Dave Berry

7/11-Cookies and Canvas

Tom Strickland

7/15-NIght Cap Yoga

7/16-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/17-Zan Daes

7/18-W. Michael Freund


For you, here -

 

Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.

Karl Barth

Smiling from ear to ear with a heart filled with joy, how about you?        

What is happening this week you ask…

6/3 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

6/4 Thursday, 7pm-9pm 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.

6/4 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Chris “Chuck” Skipper Spoken Word will be on Thursdays from 7 PM to 9 PM. It will bring performers and anyone interested in live performance to the forefront and give them a warm and inviting space to simply perform written word and give it a voice, to hone their craft, or to get feedback from other performers. Monologues, scenes, and readings of all kind are encouraged and facilitated! It will be spearheaded and conducted by Chris Skipper, the artistic director of the up and coming Greek To Me Repertory theatre group. Come out and get your creative juices flowing!

6/5-Friday, 7pm-9pm Highbeams BrothersAdam and Ian Pendlington and Stephen Quinn play a mix of modern folk and alternative rock. In 2011, they released a self titled EP giving hundreds away completely free. For an entire year they played around Georgia promoting the EP and building up their fan base, while writing and recording a full length album. With the release of the album on May 31st, 2013 the band began broadening their fan base by playing further away from home than ever before and will continue expanding to where ever there are people that will hear them.

6/6 Saturday 8am-1pm find us at the Summerville Farmers Market located in the parking lot of First Citizens bank by the parking garage.

6/6 Saturday 4pm-6pm Oeland Camp and Friends Artists - Tim Evans local songwriter and worship leader, Chip Cooley local songwriter and sound production, Samuel Hunter fresh face and audio engineer.

6/6 Saturday 7pm-9pm Susie Summers DuoSusie 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 is a look ahead…

6/10-Wine and Canvas

6/11-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/12-Forty Mile Detour

6/13-Cookies and Canvas

Podunk

6/17-Night Cap Yoga

6/18-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/19-Tristina Miller

6/20-BUSKER (oh where oh where have you been?)

6/22-Greek to Me

6/25-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/26-Claire Conway

6/27-Cookie and Canvas

Joseph Tedesco

6/29-Greek to Me

7/1-Night Cap Yoga

7/2-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

7/3-Chris Dodson

7/4-Susie Summers Duo 6-8pm (early so everyone can enjoy the fireworks)

Just for you at The C

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

~ Allan Lokos

Through the Flames

 

Carpe Diem!         

 

What is happening this weekend you ask…

5/11 Korbe Winfree Photography show Korbe is a student at Summerville High school and he will be sharing his talent with all of us.  Come support this budding young artist.  

5/12 Wednesday 6:30pm-9:30pm Wine and  Canvas 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.

Click the link to register. https://www.wineandcanvas.com/wine-and-canvas-calendar-charleston-sc.html

5/14 Thursday, 7pm-9pm 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.

5/14 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Chris “Chuck” Skipper Spoken Word will be on Thursdays from 7 PM to 9 PM. It will bring performers and anyone interested in live performance to the forefront and give them a warm and inviting space to simply perform written word and give it a voice, to hone their craft, or to get feedback from other performers. Monologues, scenes, and readings of all kind are encouraged and facilitated! It will be spearheaded and conducted by Chris Skipper, the artistic director of the up and coming Greek To Me Repertory theatre group. Come out and get your creative juices flowing!

5/15-Friday, 7pm-9pm Tom Strickland 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.  www.reverbnation.com/tomstrickland

 

5/16 Saturday 8am-1pm find us at the Summerville Farmers Market located in the parking lot of First Citizens bank by the parking garage.

  

5/16 Saturday 7pm-9pm Jeep White was born and raised in the remote mountains of West Virginia. The great grandson of Valentine " Judge Wall" Hatfield, he grew up on mountain music and a heritage filled with tales and stories of the Hatfield McCoy Feud. The difficulties connected to the coal mining business in Appalachia, gave him the incentive to relocate to the musically rich shores of South Carolina. He has played in Country, Hillbilly, Rock & Roll, Top 40 and Blues Bands throughout the years. The music scene in Charleston, South Carolina, has allowed him to perform with some of the best musicians around, and given him the opportunity to resurrect a lifetimes worth of songwriting. A cross between Hank Williams, Johnny Cash and Neil Young, his original songs tell stories of the loves, struggles, triumphs and failures of the lives we lead. From serious to amusing, his storyful songs are full of emotion and are sure to touch you, make you think, make you laugh and make you cry.

 




And here is a look ahead…

5/20-NIght Cap Yoga

5/21-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

5/22-Mike and Caroline

5/23-Cookies and Canvas

Honey Smoke

5/25-Greek to Me

5/28-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

5/29-Dan Riley

5/30-Todd Washko

6/4-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/5-Highbeams

6/6-Olend Camp recital 4pm

Susie Summers duo

6/10-Wine and Canvas

6/11-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/12-Forty Mile Detour

6/13-Cookies and Canvas

Podunk