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Join Charleston Moves, Charleston Waterkeeper, Keep Charleston Beautiful, Lowcountry Land Trust, Charles Towne Fermentory, Community Yoga and Desayuno Charleston on Sunday, March 4 for a spring community cleanup of the West Ashley Bikeway and Greenway!
From 10am to noon, we will work in teams to tackle the litter from all angles. To clean the West Ashley Bikeway, meet at Forest Park Playground. To clean the West Ashley Greenway, meet at the intersection of the Greenway and Coburg Road. Collectively, we’ll clean these two major West Ashley assets, so the community can enjoy walking, running and biking throughout the spring season. At noon, we will head to Charles Towne Fermentory, just off the Greenway in Avondale, for a selection of tasty brews and Mexican-inspired brunch by Desayuno Charleston. For those who volunteer for the cleanup, Community Yoga is generously donating FREE yoga passes to their studio!
All cleanup materials will be provided. Please wear closed-toe shoes and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty.
On Tuesday, March 6, Charleston Moves is partnering with our dear friends at Glass Onion on their monthly Charity Tasting series! Stop in for a delicious dinner, and 10% of food and beverage sales benefit us. Make your March 6 a triple win: treat yourself + support Glass Onion + support Charleston Moves!
Check out their awesome dinner menu, updated daily with the freshest local ingredients: www.ilovetheglassonion.com/dinner.html. Reservatations are not required, but recommended.
A bit about this stellar restaurant:
The Glass Onion is one of Charleston’s original home grown neighborhood-based, locally focused, all natural restaurants. Owner and Executive Chef Chris Stewart opened the restaurant in 2008 with fellow culinary colleagues. It was one of the first places in town to support local farmers and purveyors on almost every dish and drink on the menu.