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2-31 Magnolia plantation and gardens Camellia Walks 11am monksat. 1:30pm sun, Reservations required843-571-1266, www.magnoliaplantation.com

2-31 Carolina Seas, exhibit at S.C Aquarium, Daily, 843-720-1990 www.scaquarium.org

3-31 Stingrays Hockey, North Charleston Coliseum, 843-744-2248 www.stingrayshockey.com

5-26 Bird Walk, Every Sunday, 8:30-11am, MagnoliaPlantation & Gardens 843-571-1266 www.Magnoliaplantation.com

Through 1/18 “Penelope” – On a sun-scorched island off the coast of Greece, beautiful Penelope awaits the return of her husband from war. Beneath her window, four Speedo-clad men camp in an empty swimming pool in a competition to win Penelope’s love. PURE Theatre. www.puretheatre.org | 843-723-4444

Through 1/5 Photography and the American Civil War – More than 200 of the finest photographs of the American Civil War have been brought together for this landmark exhibition at the Gibbes Museum of the Art. www.gibbesmuseum.org | 843-722-2706

8-19 Charleston Restaurant Week – Restaurants all over the Charleston area offer pre-fixe menus of three items for $20, $30 or $40. www.charlestonrestaurantassociation.com | 843-577-4030

11, 2/8 Oysters on the Point – Music and oysters from 2-6 p.m. at Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina in Mount Pleasant. www.charlestonharborresort.com

11 The Medal of Honor Bowl – All-star game featuring some of the nation’s top draft eligible college football players at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium. www.mohbowl.com

10, 24 The Sound Of Charleston, Live music from Gospel to Gershwin, 7pm, Circular Congregational Church, $28, Seniors $26, Children Free, 843 270-4903 www.soundofcharleston.com

12-16 Music For String Tri, House Concert Series, Chamber Music Charleston 843-763-4941 www.chambermusiccharleston.org

2-12/31/15 Secessionist, Soldiers and Slaves: The Middleton & Alston Families Civil War Exhibit at Middleton Place, & Edmundston Alston House, 843-556-6020, 843 722-7171 www.middletonplace.org

15-18 Charleston Comedy Festival, Check for venues, 843, 853-6687 www.charlestoncomedyfestivals.com

16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31 and 2/1 “Shirley Valentine” – When her best friend wins a trip for two to Greece, Shirley Valentine she packs her bags, leaves a note on the cupboard and heads out for a rest and relaxation. What she finds is a new awareness of who she is. Midtown Productions. www.midtownproductions.org | 843-795-2223

17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31 and 2/1, 2 “Rent” – Set in the East Village of New York City, “Rent” is about falling in love, finding your voice and living for today. Flowertown Players. www.flowertownplayers.org | 843-875-9251

17-2/8 “Arcadia” – Hailed as one of the best plays of the last century and has been called the “perfect blend of brains and emotion, wit and heartache” by The New York Times. The Village Repertory Co. www.woolfestreetplayhouse.com | 843-856-1579

17-19, 24-26, 31-2/2 and 2/7-9 Women’s Tennis Weekends at Kiawah Island Golf Resort — Enjoy award-winning instruction, drills and court time while meeting other tennis players from across the country. www.kiawahresortevents.com | 800-654-2924

17-3/23 Romantic Spirits: Nineteenth Century Paintings of the South from the Johnson collection, Gibbs Museum of Art, 843-722-2706 www.gibbesmuseum.org

18,19, 25,26 – “Piano Man and the Diva” – South of Broadway Theatre Co. features Mary Gould and pianist/singer/arranger William R. Lewis, who will bring a new look to “classical” musicians with their mayhem and magic. www.southofbroadway.com | 843-745-0317

18 4th Annual Charleston Marathon – 26.2-mile run starting in downtown Charleston and ending in North Charleston. Additional weekend activities include a half marathon, 5k and health & fitness expo. www.charlestonmarathon.com

20 MLK Federal Holiday Parade, 10am King St. www.ymca-charleston.org

24 WINTERFEST- Après Ski & Snow Party Join us for an evening of fun as we transform The Lookout Pavilion into a Ski Lodge!! 8:00pm – Midnight  $10 Admission 21 & Older Only 25 Tons of Snow https://www.facebook.com/events/230614253777180/

24-26 “Charlotte’s Web” – The moving story of a spider named Charlotte and a pig named Wilbur come to life at Charleston Stage. www.charlestonstage.com | 843-577-7183

24-25 Wicked Divas, with Charleston Symphony orchestra, 7:30 both evenings, Scottile Theatre, 843-571-7755, www.charlestonsymphony.org

24-26 Charleston Boat Show, North charleston Convention Center 843-364-8491 www.thecharlestonboatshow.com

25 –The Great Wave: Japonisme in Charleston – Enjoy a private tour at the Gibbes Museum of Art followed by lunch and a woodblock printing demonstration at Redux Contemporary Art Center for lunch and a woodblock printing demonstration. www.gibbesmuseum.org | 843-722-2706

26 –31st annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival – Join in the world’s largest oyster festival at Boone Hall Plantation and has been named one of the “top 20 events in the southeast” by Southeastern Tourism Society. Highlights include the oyster shucking and oyster eating contests as well as live music on the main stage, wine, a selection of domestic and imported beers, a children’s area and a food court showcasing a variety of local restaurants. www.charlestonrestaurantassociation.com | 843-577-4030

26- 4th annual Braise & Brew – Three-hour feast of six braised dishes paired with six winter seasonal from Holy City Brewery at Middleton Place Restaurant. www.middletonplace.org | 843-556-6020

31 and 2/1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16 “Deathtrap” – Dealing with the devious machinations of a writer of thrillers whose recent offerings have been flops, and who is prepared to go to any lengths to improve his fortunes, it provides twists and turns and sudden shocks in such abundance that audiences will be held spellbound until the very last moment. Footlight Players. www.footlightplayers.net | 843-722-4487