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We believe in miracles, how about you?

The only way to live is to accept each minute as an unrepeatable miracle.

MARGARET STORM JAMESON

And I believe Einstein said, you have 2 ways of looking at life as though nothing is a miracle or everything is.  We at CCR like to look at everything as if it were a miracle.  Miraculous!!

What is happening this week you ask…

Farmers Markets abound here in South Carolina.  Join us at any of the markets listed below and shop from your friends and neighbor.  Enjoy the free range chicken eggs, antibiotic and hormone free chicken, pork, and beef; find some local produce or seafood.  Shop with local artisans as well. Oh, and of course you will always find the freshest roasted coffee by the cup or the pound, fresh cold pressed Ice Coffee, hand crafted sodas, and house made Kombucha tea at our booth at either of these locations.  Just follow that fabulous smell. 

Tuesday-Mount Pleasant Farmers Market 3:30pm-7pm Coleman Blvd. 

Thursday-Moncks Corner Farmers Market 3pm-7pm Regional Recreation Complex 418 East Main St. 

Saturday-Summerville Farmers Market 8am-1pm First Citizens Bank Parking lot

4/20 Wednesday Night Cap Yoga 6:30pm-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

4/21-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.

4/22-Tristina Miller 7pm-9pm 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

www.reverbnation.com/tristinamusic 

4/23 Saturday Cookies and Canvas 11am-1pm 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

Todd Washko 7pm-9pm Todd is an acoustic guitarist and singer-songwriter who uses propulsive rhythms and melodic guitar lines to frame a storytelling style of songwriting that grew out of his years in Nashville and New Orleans.  He has recorded two CDs, 1998’s Going Somewhere and 2002’s Gone, but live shows are where his energy, passion and connection with an audience are seen best.

Here’ s a look at what is coming up next…

4/28-Open Mic

4/29-Mark Mason

4/30-Tom Strickland

5/4-Night Cap Yoga

5/5-Open Mic

5/6-Half Measure

5/7-Susie Summers Duo

5/11-WIne and Canvas

5/12-Open Mic

5/13-Zan Daes

5/14-Cookies and Canvas

Highbeams

5/18-Night Cap Yoga

5/19-Open Mic

5/20-Dan Riley

5/21-Busker

Stop on by the "C" we would love to see you!

Of any stopping place in life, it is good to ask whether it will be a good place from which to go on as well as a good place to remain.

MARY CATHERINE BATESON

We hope you will be stopping by the “C” this week.  It is a great place to stop and an even better place to remain.  

What is happening this week you ask…

3/17-Wednesday Night Cap Yoga 6:30pm-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

3/18-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.

3/19-Tom Buechi 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. http://tombuechi.com

3/20 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-9pm 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…

3/24-Open Mic

3/25-Shelby Raye

3/26-Last of the Winter Farmers Market

Cookies and Canvas

Double Nought Spies

3/31-Open Mic

4/1-Addison Johnson

4/2-Susie Summers

4/6-Night Cap Yoga

4/7-Open Mic

4/8-Two Common

4/9-Summerville Farmers Market

Cookies and Canvas

Joseph Tedesco

4/13-Wine and Canvas

4/14-Open Mic

4/15-Forty Mile Detour

4/16-Sons of Kennedy by Kisha Johnson book signing

BUSKER

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

Just for you at the "C"

Your present circumstances don't determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start.

 

Nido Qubein

 

So where are you headed?

 

 

 

What is happening this week you ask…

Find us each week at the Farmers Markets

Tuesdays Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

Thursdays Daniel Island Farmers Market

Saturdays Summerville Farmers Market

 

8/19-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

 

8/20 Thursday5-6:45PM Nathan Miller a ukulele player will be performing for Third Thursday  followed by…

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.

8/20 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Eve Star You are cordially invited to Coastal Coffee Roaster’s Thursday night spoken word, Strangers in a Strange Land, hosted by Eve Star.  From seven to nine o’clock, every Thursday evening, we will convene beside the coffee bins and weave our words into the background sound of next door’s Open Mic Night, hosted by Fleming Moore.  Snack or dine, sip coffee or wine, and join in the exploration of rhythm and poetry as we gather together around This Stage. 

This Stage is an Embassy, and we are all Strangers in a Strange Land.  Each of us walked a different road to get here, and now, we are safe. 

This Stage is a Youth Hostel and we are all Travelers.  We speak different languages, know different customs and tell many different tales.  This Stage is a Mountaintop.  No body owns This Stage.  We gather here to cast our eyes 360 degrees and see what we cannot see alone.  We gather here to carry on the ancient, oral tradition of our ancesotors; to speak, to listen, and to remember.  

 

8/21-Friday, 7pm-9pm Dan Riley After a decade long hiatus, Dan Riley returns to the stage ready to share a set of new, original songs mixed with cover favorites. The New England raised now Summerville resident, is a self-taught singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Dan finds influence and inspiration in Folk, Rock, Americana, Blues and generally any music that moves the soul. Come out for a night of heartfelt music.

 

8/22 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

 

8/22 Saturday 7pm-9pm Todd Washko Todd Washko is an acoustic guitarist and singer-songwriter who uses propulsive rhythms and melodic guitar lines to frame a storytelling style of songwriting that grew out of his years in Nashville and New Orleans.  He has recorded two CDs, 1998’s Going Somewhere and 2002’s Gone, but live shows are where his energy, passion and connection with an audience are seen best.

 

 

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

8/26-Dining for Women

8/27-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/28-Slayton Johnson

8/29-Bogan Mask

8/31-Greek to Me- Death Defying Acts a one act play

9/2-Night Cap Yoga

9/3-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

9/4-Skar-Lett (Christian Rock band)

9/5-Susie Summers Duo

9/9-WIne and Canvas

9/10-Alice & I

9/11-Chris Boone

9/16-Night Cap Yoga

9/17-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

9/18-Joseph Tedesco

9/19-Flowertown’s Funky Firkin Fest

Podunk

9/24-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

9/25-This Frontier Needs Heroes

9/26-Busker

"C" you soon!

In ordinary life we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give, and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

With that said, we just want to say thank you for YOU

What is happening this week you ask…

Find us each week at the Farmers Markets

Tuesdays Mount Pleasant Farmers Market 

Thursdays Daniel Island Farmers Market

Saturdays Summerville Farmers Market

 

8/12-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 so we know how many to prepare for.

 

8/13 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.

8/13 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Eve Star You are cordially invited to Coastal Coffee Roaster’s Thursday night spoken word, Strangers in a Strange Land, hosted by Eve Star.  From seven to nine o’clock, every Thursday evening, we will convene beside the coffee bins and weave our words into the background sound of next door’s Open Mic Night, hosted by Fleming Moore.  Snack or dine, sip coffee or wine, and join in the exploration of rhythm and poetry as we gather together around This Stage. 

This Stage is an Embassy, and we are all Strangers in a Strange Land.  Each of us walked a different road to get here, and now, we are safe. 

This Stage is a Youth Hostel and we are all Travelers.  We speak different languages, know different customs and tell many different tales.  This Stage is a Mountaintop.  No body owns This Stage.  We gather here to cast our eyes 360 degrees and see what we cannot see alone.  We gather here to carry on the ancient, oral tradition of our ancesotors; to speak, to listen, and to remember.  

 

8/14-Friday, 7pm-9pm Ethan Jano Raised in rural Pennsylvania, Ethan Jano was one of eight children born into a borderline blue-collar family. Ethan’s earliest memories involve listening to his Dad and great uncle pick out old tunes from the likes of Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Elvis and Bob Dylan – Influences which all rear their heads on Jano’s debut album, I’ll Be Fine. http://www.ethanjanomusic.com

8/15-Saturday 1pm-3pm Book signing Loretta Green-Warren "CHYNA'S ADVENTURE WITH PLEASANT PETE -Chyna and Miss Penny set out on an adventure like no other, but she was not prepared for the surprise she encounters when she entered her secret place. Will Chyna have the courage to help a new friend? Find out in Chyna's Adventure with Pleasant Pete.

 

8/15 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…

8/19-Night Cap Yoga

8/20-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/21-Dan Riley 

8/22-Todd Washko

8/24-Greek to Me- Death Defying Acts a one act play

8/26-Dining for Women

8/27-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/28-Slayton Johnson

8/29-Bogan Mask

9/2-Night Cap Yoga

9/3-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

9/4-Skar-Lett (Christian Rock band)

9/5-Susie Summers Duo

9/9-WIne and Canvas

9/10-Alice & I

9/11-Chris Boone

9/16-Night Cap Yoga

9/17-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

9/18-Joseph Tedesco

9/19-Flowertown’s Funky Firkin Fest

Podunk

We have it all for you this week at the "C"

To the dull mind all nature is leaden. To the illumined mind the whole world burns and sparkles with light.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Can’t you just see the brilliance…

What is happening this week you ask…

Find us each week at the Farmers Markets

Tuesdays Mount Pleasant Farmers Market 

Thursdays Daniel Island Farmers Market

Saturdays Summerville Farmers Market

 

8/5-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

8/6 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.

8/6 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Eve Star You are cordially invited to Coastal Coffee Roaster’s Thursday night spoken word, Strangers in a Strange Land, hosted by Eve Star.  From seven to nine o’clock, every Thursday evening, we will convene beside the coffee bins and weave our words into the background sound of next door’s Open Mic Night, hosted by Fleming Moore.  Snack or dine, sip coffee or wine, and join in the exploration of rhythm and poetry as we gather together around This Stage. 

This Stage is an Embassy, and we are all Strangers in a Strange Land.  Each of us walked a different road to get here, and now, we are safe. 

This Stage is a Youth Hostel and we are all Travelers.  We speak different languages, know different customs and tell many different tales.  This Stage is a Mountaintop.  No body owns This Stage.  We gather here to cast our eyes 360 degrees and see what we cannot see alone.  We gather here to carry on the ancient, oral tradition of our ancesotors; to speak, to listen, and to remember.  

 

8/7-Friday, 7pm-9pm Tom Mackell   An American songwriter and musician originally from Philadelphia, P.A., currently based in Charleston, S.C. He launched his career in the summer of 2009 after graduating high school and releasing a self-produced 5-track acoustic EP titled, One Man Army (2009). The following year, Tom moved to Charleston, S.C. to attend the College of Charleston. In June 2011, he returned home for the summer to record his second EP titled Carolina Sweet with Grammy Award Winning Producer/Engineer Glenn Barratt. The EP was recorded at MorningStar Studios near Philadelphia. The album features five songs inspired by Tom’s move down south and was released the following winter of 2011. After graduating in May 2013, Tom has been performing around Charleston while writing new material and composing for TV/film and advertising. In the summer of 2013, Tom co-wrote a song with Mark Bryan (grammy award-winning guitarist and songwriter of Hootie and the Blowfish) and teamed up Matt Zutell at Coast Records to record a demo. The demo is titled “Honestly” and is available exclusively at soundcloud.com/tommackell. Stay in touch at facebook.com/tommackellmusic and tommackell.com.

8/8-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

8/8-Saturday 7pm-9pm The Double Nought Spies The Double Nought Spies have cracked the code to good times and great rock and roll – and they know all about your musical needs. Whether you want it loud and raucous or cool, light, and breezy, the Double Noughts will deliver the goods --  intricate bass/drum rhythm patterns interwoven with tasty guitar work against a background of spot-on, soaring harmony vocals.In fact, one never knows how each mission will unfold. It may be Ed and Jim and two or three guitars. It may Ed, Jim, Kim and Mike unplugged but rockin' on -- or it may be the four plugged in and in your face. With a set list that comes from the best parts of all your album stacks, you never know what they will come up with next.

 

And here is a look ahead…

8/12-Wine and Canvas

8/13-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/14-Ethan Jano

8/15-Busker

8/19-Night Cap Yoga

8/20-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/21-Dan Riley 

8/22-Todd Washko

8/24-Greek to Me- Death Defying Acts a one act play

8/26-Dining for Women

8/27-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/28-Slayton Johnson

8/29-Bogan Mask

9/2-Night Cap Yoga

9/3-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

9/4-Skar-Lett (Christian Rock band)

9/5-Susie Summers Duo

No really we planned this just for you!

There is a spirit that pervades everything, that is capable of powerful song and radiant movement, and that moves in and out of the mind. The colors of this spirit are multitudinous, a glowing, pulsing rainbow.

PAULA GUNN ALLEN

 That creates an image so brilliant, I may have to put on shades. 

 

What is happening this week you ask…

Find us each week at the Farmers Markets

Tuesdays Mount Pleasant Farmers Market 

Thursdays Daniel Island Farmers Market

Saturdays Summerville Farmers Market

 

7/29-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

7/30 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.

7/30 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Eve Star You are cordially invited to Coastal Coffee Roaster’s Thursday night spoken word, Strangers in a Strange Land, hosted by Eve Star.  From seven to nine o’clock, every Thursday evening, we will convene beside the coffee bins and weave our words into the background sound of next door’s Open Mic Night, hosted by Fleming Moore.  Snack or dine, sip coffee or wine, and join in the exploration of rhythm and poetry as we gather together around This Stage. 

This Stage is an Embassy, and we are all Strangers in a Strange Land.  Each of us walked a different road to get here, and now, we are safe. 

This Stage is a Youth Hostel and we are all Travelers.  We speak different languages, know different customs and tell many different tales.  This Stage is a Mountaintop.  No body owns This Stage.  We gather here to cast our eyes 360 degrees and see what we cannot see alone.  We gather here to carry on the ancient, oral tradition of our ancesotors; to speak, to listen, and to remember.  

 

7/31-Friday, 7pm-9pm Finesse’ (Hip Hop-Rap) a retro hip-hop artist from St. Helena Island, SC. He is the definition of style and skill. His performance will inspire and retire all examples of what you expect from a rapper.

Excited by every thought come to his mind, you will leave admired by the thought of you enjoying the show.

 

8/1-Saturday- 8:30-12:30pm Solar Cooker Build-out Katherine, one of the fabulous baristas at CCR has spent some time in Africa athe the Nazareth Children's home and one of the things they are in need of is cooking stoves...solar cooking stoves.  Come down and witness how they work and if you are so inclined you can pitch in and help build one or two.  There will be free coffee for those that are helping out as well as some food cooked in the solar cookers.  Pretty Awesome, right.  

8/1 Saturday 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…

8/5-Night Cap Yoga

8/6-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/7-Tom Mackall

8/8-Cookies and Canvas

    Double Naught Spies

8/12-Wine and Canvas

8/13-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/14-Ethan Jano

8/15-Busker

8/19-Night Cap Yoga

8/20-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/21-Dan Riley 

8/22-Todd Washko

8/26-Dining for Women

8/27-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/28-Slayton Johnson (did we mention he is Rachael’s boyfriend)

8/29-Bogan Mask

A little sumthin' sumthin' for you at the "C"

If you want to cure the world, don't emanate fear - emanate love.

 

Ram Dass

 

 

I have heard it said that hate is not the absence of love, fear is.  Hate is a desperate cry for love.  We often fear that which we do not know.  How about learning something new this week?  How about reaching out and learning about the person you see everyday, but never speak to? Someone new perhaps who isn’t like you, but different.  We need not fear our differences, but embrace them for what they are.   Neither of us are right or wrong, just different…and different is never something we should be afraid of.  

 

 

 

What is happening this week you ask…

7/8-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 so we know how many to prepare for.

 

7/9 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.

7/9 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!

7/10-Friday, 7pm-9pm David Berry Dave has a wide range of musical genre that he plays and is not afraid to get the audience up and dancing.  Come interact with Dave as he hands out his song list and percussion instrument.  Not only do you get to help pick the songs, you get to play in the band as well.  http://www.dberry.net

 

7/11 Saturday 8am-1pm find us at the Summerville Farmers Market located in the parking lot of First Citizens bank by the parking garage.

 

7/11 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

 

7/11 Saturday 6pm-8pm Tom Strickland  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 is a look ahead…

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

8/5-Wine and Canvas

8/6-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

8/7-Tom Mackall

8/8-Cookies and Canvas

    Double Naught Spies