Chick-fil-A offers free breakfast items this week
Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A wants to expand its breakfast business with giveaways through Saturday. As part of its “Breakfast on Us” promotion, customers can reserve one of 10 breakfast entrees and a time to pick it up at a Chick-fil-A by going to www.Chick-fil-AForBreakfast.com.
Entrees include chicken biscuit; spicy chicken biscuit; sausage biscuit; Chick-n-Minis; chicken, egg and cheese bagel; bacon, egg and cheese biscuit; chicken breakfast burrito; sausage breakfast burrito; oatmeal; or yogurt parfait. Reservations can be made through Friday or until they are filled.
Downtown Charleston’s first artisanal craft distillery will officially open its doors Thursday by offering some limited access tours and tastings. During the tours, the High Wire Distilling team will offer an overview of the distilling process and allow guests an opportunity to see the still, mash tun, fermentation tanks, barrel aging and bottling operations in action.
Offered Thursday-Saturday on the hour 1-5 p.m., tours are limited to 25 people, and reservations are recommended by calling 843-755-4664.
Tours with tastings cost $8. Those without tastings cost $5. Children 12 and under are admitted free. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No one under 21 is allowed a tasting.
Mom Spa at 920 Houston Northcutt Blvd., Suite A-4, in Mount Pleasant will have a fundraiser for Animal Rescue and Relief on Oct. 5.
The 10 a.m.-2 p.m. event will offer libations, light bites, a raffle and chair massages. It also will solicit cash donations to help pay for veterinarian bills for the nonprofit organization.
Folly Beach will feature a weekly market starting Friday.
Open 4 p.m. until dark, the market in River Park will offer fresh produce, fresh flowers, baked goods and other prepared foods, hand-crafted bath, body and home products and various offerings from local artisans.
The market is the product of April McCarty of Old Whaling Co. and Toni Reale of Roadside Blooms in collaboration with 20 farmers, bakers and artisans. All products will be grown, produced or crafted in the Lowcountry.
The market is free to attend, and attractions will be offered each week. Leashed dogs are welcome. Vendor fees not used to run and promote the market will be returned to the community through a Folly Beach nonprofit organization.
Go to https://www.facebook.com/FollyBeachFarmMarket.
Reach Warren L. Wise at 937-5524 or twitter.com/warrenlancewise.