Kiawah Women’s Group will board a bus for a guided Gullah tour in downtown Charleston. Stay turned for details about lunch afterwards.
For more information, contact Mary Hoffman at: email@example.com
The Sea Islands Parkinson’s Support Group (SIPS) meets on the third Thursday of every month at 2:30 p.m. at Church of Our Saviour, 4416 Betsy Kerrison Parkway, Johns Island. Those diagnosed with PD, whether full- or part-time residents, as well as their Care Partners are welcome. Sessions will be informal, with perhaps a guest speaker from time-to-time. There is also a Parkinson’s Care Partner’s Support Group that meets on the second Thursday of each month at 12:30 p.m. at Church of Our Saviour.
Sessions are open to all, although the main focus is on residents of Kiawah, Seabrook, Johns and Wadmalaw islands. There are no dues, and RSVPs are not required.
David Rawle will make you think and inspire you to listen. From a life well-lived, well-traveled and well-read, David has distilled the complex question of “what matters” into a thought-provoking and delightful talk with observations that are at once personal and universal.
Known to so many Charlestonians, David Rawle has contributed to the economic and social well-being of our region for almost four decades. He is a man of endless curiosity who revels in the joy of discovery. With clarity and compassion, he will share his considerable wisdom with us as only a full-on participant in life can do.
To attend, RSVP to KICA Recreation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ticket Release: 3/7
Tickets available in person at the Municipal Center or online at www.kiawahisland.org/events
Sponsored by the Kiawah Arts & Cultural Events Council
On the heels of the release of their live-recorded album, OUT IN THE OPEN, the Steep Canyon Rangers bring their progressive bluegrass sound to Kiawah.
The GRAMMY® Award-winning, North Carolina-based sextet has spent nearly two decades bending and shaping the bluegrass aesthetic, wedding it to elements of pop, country, folk rock, and more to create something original and all their own.
Along the way, they’ve teamed up with legendary actor-comedian-writer-banjo player
Steve Martin. SCR has collaborated on multiple albums with Martin, including 2011’s GRAMMY® Award-nominated RARE BIRD ALERT.
Logging nearly 150 nights on the road throughout the year, SCR’s live performance is not to be missed. They will be heading to the renowned Savannah Musical Festival following their Kiawah show.