The Party: Hosted in the courtyard of Edmund’s Oast, Pedal & Panache returned after a two-year hiatus. The celebration encouraged guests to support Charleston Moves, a nonprofit that advocates for safe and equitable access for people walking, biking, and taking public transit in the Lowcountry. Featured beverages were provided by Frothy Beard Brewing and Graft Wine Shop, in addition to a curated menu of finger foods by Edmund’s Oast. Afterward, attendees bid in a silent auction offering fantastic goods and experiences, such as original paintings by local artists, a sunset sail and private wine tasting with Graft co-owner and sommelier Femi Oyediran, a mountain getaway in western North Carolina, and a week-long luxury staycation on Isle of Palms.
Highlight: A feel-good performance from local funk band The Real Good News
Overheard: “I love seeing the biking community come out to support Charleston Moves. They help keep the streets safe for all of us.” —Julia Turner
Beneficiary: Charleston Moves