Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream will be opening up their first Charleston scoop shop at 499 King Street in early May. Visit their truck on Lower King Street during 2nd Sunday for a sneak preview of all of the good stuff to come. With flavors like Savannah Buttermint and Banana French Toast you're not going to want to pass up this chance.
The Yellow Door Gallery, located upstairs Reinert LePrince Fine Art at 179 1/2 King Street, is honored to present the exquisite work of renowned sculptor David Erdman. These large contemporary black walnut pieces are both unique in design and expertly crafted. Visit the gallery during 2nd Sunday to see more of his pieces.
Cindy Ellsworth from Carolina Coaster will be doing demonstrations and talking about her creative process at the Gibbes Museum Store from 1-3:00 p.m. this Sunday. See how she makes her unique and popular pieces.
Want to make your bureau or bedside table truly pop? Joining C.Wonder's perennially popular line of lacquered monogram jewelry boxes comes this earthy cork beauty that's flecked with gold leaf for a little extra shimmer and sparkle. Lined with linen, this personalized box is the perfect place for storing keepsakes and stashing personal items with panache.
Celebrate the arrival of Le Creuset’s fashionable new Matte Collection during 2nd Sunday with a cooking demonstration and a chance to win! From 1- 3pm Chef Russ Moore of SNOB will tempt you with Poached Shrimp with Anson Mills Farro, Spring Vegetables and Basil Vinaigrette. While you’re watching Chef Moore, register to win a Matte Trio of Mini-Cocottes in Cotton, Mineral Blue, and Sisal. No purchase necessary.
Alex and Ani is a proud participant of 2nd Sunday on King Street. Stop by their brand new store at 346 King Street for light bites and positive punch from noon to 6:00 on Sunday, and be sure to check out the bangle of the month, the Apple Blossom.
Honored by Celts as a symbol of everlasting love, the apple blossom represents peace and affection. Intoxicating by nature, the Apple Blossom Charm reminds us to embrace our true passions to bring forth our inner goddess, achieve the impossible, and live with a loving, open heart.
Stop by the boutique on George Street to see the new lines and visit them on 2nd Sunday for their BOGO sale. All sale merchandise is buy one piece and get the second piece for 1/2 off the already marked down price!
Representatives from The Wounded Warrior Project will be at the Information Booth on Sunday, April 13, from 1-4pm. People are invited to stop by and ask questions, pick up informative brochures and make a donation to the most successful organization in America for the support of injured veterans and their families. Special signed and numbered prints from artist Patrick Matthews will be given to those donating $150 or more, and their are lots of rewards for smaller donations.
Lowcountry Olive Oil will be at the 2nd Sunday Info Tent sampling their limited edition Strawberry White Chocolate Balsamic. Stop by the tent to try this decadent small batch treat.
The Magnifilous Toy Emporium will also be at the Info Tent with pocket disc frisbees, magic flying saucers, bubbles and more! You'll feel like a kid again with all of their fun toys. You may even find a little inspiration for those easter baskets you have to fill.
Delve into the world of choux pastry with cookbook author Holly Herrick. Her latest cookbook The French Cook: Cream Puffs & Eclairs demystifies the "puff" and provides delicious recipes perfect for every cook from the novice to the professional.
Whether it be a savory petit eclair filled with an avocado mousse layered with bacon and tomatoes, choux “gnocchi” with a buttered herb sauce, or a sweet Dreamsicle orange cream puff with a dark chocolate sauce, taste delights are found all along the way. Click here to purchase a copy of her book.
Catch Holly Herrick at April's 2nd Sunday on King Street. She will be at the Information Booth (at the corner of Wentworth & King Streets) from 1-5pm with local author Ken Burger signing copies of her books!
House of Sage is celebrating 2nd Sunday on King STreet with complimentary mimosas and placing huge markdowns on hot styles for men and women throughout the store. Step off King Street and stop in House of Sage to enjoy a refreshing mimosa while you shop their fantastic Spring styles and take advantage of this great sale!
Presented by The Citadel Fine Arts Series, "The Monuments Men" author Robert Edsel will be giving a lecture, Q&A and book signing on Thursday, April 3 at The Citadel's McAlister Field House.
New York Times bestselling author Robert M. Edsel tells the incredible true story of the Monuments Men, a small group of art experts-turned soldiers assembled by President Franklin D. Roosevelt who bravely went behind enemy lines to locate and recover mankind's greatest artifacts before their imminent destruction by the Nazis.
VIP Reception at 5:30pm, Lecture at 6:30pm, and Book Signing at 7:00pm. General admission is free. VIP tickets are $125 and includes a cocktail reception with the author, reserved lecture seating, and a signed copy of The Monuments Men. To purchase a VIP ticket or to make a donation call 843-953-7477 or go to citadel.edu/finearts.
Stop in to Seeking Indigo on Second Sunday, March 9th from 1-2 pm to see a live House of Colour analysis in progress. While there, book your own consultation and get a spot for a friend during the same session for FREE! That's a $170 Value! Only 3 spots available.
This inspiring and revealing session will help you figure out which colors make you look great based on your unique skin tone and eye color. You'll find out how to wear colors to make you look healthier, younger, and fresher; understand the best makeup colors for you; and find out how to add color to outfits and accessories giving you a wonderful mix and match in your wardrobe.