Superstition-free

The RiverDogs' Mitch Hilligoss says he doesn't have any particular routine or superstition, and apparently he doesn't need any - he extended his hitting streak to 38 games Friday.

Today

PLANS FOR CALHOUN: A public discussion aimed at creating a master plan for Calhoun Street, from Marion Square to the waterfront, will be hosted by Charleston's Department of Planning, Preservation and Economic Innovation and planning consultants Chan Krieger Sieniewicz. 3:30 p.m.; presentation at 4:30 p.m. Main conference room, third floor, 75 Calhoun St.

JOHNS ISLAND ZONING: The closing presentation in a series of meetings dealing with Charleston's zoning and development plans for Johns Island. 6 p.m. Berkeley Electric Cooperative, 3351 Maybank Highway.

Wednesday

LONG SAVANNAH: The 1,540-acre, 4,600-home West Ashley development known as Long Savannah, which Charleston City Council has given preliminary approval to, will be explained to the city's Planning Commission at a special meeting. 5 p.m. Charleston City Hall, 80 Broad St.

FUNDRAISER FOR PROPOSED NORTH CHARLESTON HOMELESS SHELTER: North Charleston plans to hold a fundraiser for its proposed $3.6 million homeless shelter off North Rhett Avenue. Trident Technical College's Culinary Institute will prepare beef tenderloin, salmon and chicken. A silent auction also will be held. Only 60 tickets will be sold to help support the Sustainable Opportunities for Life and Dreams, or SOLD, shelter for homeless women and children. It's scheduled to open in 2010. Aunt Bea's Restaurant, 1050 E. Montague Ave. $100 per person. For tickets, call Shannon Praete at 740-2588 or e-mail her at spraete@northcharleston.org.

AHA GOLF CLASSIC: The "Stroke-by-Stroke" Classic will raise money for the American Heart Association. A gourmet lunch will be served on the course, and a reception and awards ceremony will follow the tournament. Registration, breakfast and warm-up at 9 a.m.; tournament begins at 10 a.m.; awards presentation and reception at 3:30 p.m. Osprey Point Course, Kiawah Island Golf Resort, 1 Sanctuary Dr., Kiawah Island. To reserve a team or for more information, call 853-1597.

Thursday

POLICE MEET WITH RESIDENTS: Charleston police will hold a regular Citizen Advisory Group meeting for residents and merchants from the upper peninsula. The meeting is open to the public to discuss crime and safety in the Team 1 patrol area, which extends from Cannon Street up to the Neck Area. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Mitchell Elementary School, 2 Perry St. (near the Crosstown Expressway).

PHOTOGRAPHY ART SILENT AUCTION: The auction will feature works by Charleston photographer Amy Tumbleston-Brown, who is raising money for Amy's Wish, a charity dedicated to providing school supplies, food, medicine and other necessities to children in Zimbabwe. 5-8 p.m. Martin Gallery, 18 Broad St., Charleston. Visit www.tumblestonphotography.com.

Friday

FRENCH QUARTER ART WALK: Enjoy Charleston's French Quarter visiting the dozens of art galleries. 5-8 p.m. Free. Visit www.frenchquarterarts.com or call 577-7101.

Sunday

ZZ TOP IN CONCERT: 8 p.m. North Charleston Performing Arts Center, 5001 Coliseum Drive. $76. Purchase tickets at www.ticketmaster.com, at the North Charleston Coliseum ticket office or 554-6060.