TRANSFORMATION TABLE IN THE UPPER PENINSULA This past Saturday, June 8th, Enough Pie coordinated a dinner with Transformation Table to help close our AWAKENING: NOURISH series. What happens when you invite total strangers to dinner and all you ask is that they “bring an open heart and mind, and a sincere desire to connect?” True [...]

Transformation Table In North Central

TRANSFORMATION TABLE IN NORTH CENTRAL "Human conversation is the most ancient and easiest way to cultivate the conditions for change—personal change, community and organizational change, planetary change. If we can sit together and talk about what’s important to us, we begin to come alive." - Margaret Wheatley This past Saturday, Transformation Table and Enough Pie collaborated as part of AWAKENING: NOURISH on [...]

Tales from The Manor

TALES FROM THE MANOR: NOW PUBLISHED AS A BOOK Tales from the Manor can be purchased locally for $20 at: Enough Pie, 1630-1 Meeting St. #306 Blue Bicycle Books, 420 King Street Itinerant Literature Books, 4824 Chateau Avenue Buxton Books, 160 King Street Tales from the Manor can be purchased online for $20 at: Barnes & Noble Books-A-Million Find Tales [...]

Soup & Storytelling

Every Tuesday in The Butterfly Book Nook Join us every Tuesday evening at 5:30pm for Soup & Storytelling in the Butterfly Book Nook, 1020 King Street (First African, across from Food Lion). The Stone Soup Collective will host preparing and cooking a big pot of soup (inspired by the story of Stone Soup). Neighbors & [...]

Just Ride: Low & Moderate-Income Bike Share

LOCAL NON-PROFIT ALLIANCE AWARDED $50,000 TO BRING BIKE SHARE TO THE UPPER PENINSULA! Enough Pie, along with partners Charleston Moves, Gotcha Bike and the City of Charleston, is thrilled to receive a grant from the Better Bike Share Partnership to form a mobility alliance called Just Ride. The Just Ride program will launch in May [...]

Just Ride!

Affordable Bike Share In The Upper Peninsula Enough Pie, along with partners Charleston Moves, Gotcha Bike and the City of Charleston, is thrilled to receive a grant from the Better Bike Share Partnership to form a mobility alliance called Just Ride. The Just Ride program will launch in May 2018 as a part of AWAKENING: [...]


From now until Tuesday, October 10th Enough Pie will be fundraising for 5 upcoming community projects.  Help us reach our goal of $30,000 by donating now at ARTSMATTERDAY.ORG now through October 10th. Our mission is to use creativity to connect and empower our community and we have 5 projects that need your help. Butterfly Book […]

Speak Up

SPEAK UP: POETRY IN PUBLIC PLACES PROJECT // FALL 2017 Poetry is for everyone. In partnership with Charleston Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker and Charleston's first poetry festival, Free Verse, Enough Pie brought poetry to public places to excite us, inspire us, connect us and empower us. With SPEAK UP, poems from children, poets, and residents [...]

A.C.E. Summer Camp

At A.C.E Summer Camp in July 2017, campers experienced art in many ways: they wrote lyrics, laid beats and recorded in a music studio, learned dance moves with a professional choreographer, and shot a music video. The goal of A.C.E. (Art Center for Engagement) Summer Camp was to connect and empower 7-12 year olds in […]

Home Sweet Home at the Manor

Joseph Floyd Manor (The Manor) is home to over 150 elderly and disabled neighbors in the Upper Peninsula. The 12-story building, located on the corner of Mt. Pleasant and Upper King, was also the home of EP's Indigo Vat Shack (June - Nov, 2016). Led by Cortney Bishop Design, interior designers have joined Enough Pie to help make The [...]

UP-Start: Funding Your Creative Project

Need money and help for your creative solution to connecting our community? You’ve come to the right place. Charleston’s Upper Peninsula (UP) is 836 acres of neighbors, businesses, churches, cemeteries, and big roads like Upper Meeting, Morrison and Upper King. At Enough Pie, we aim to connect communities throughout UP creatively to help craft a stronger neighborhood. […]

Indigo Community Picnic

Roses are red. Indigo is blue. It’s time for a picnic And EP is inviting you. Saturday, September 17th 12-2pm at Joseph Floyd Manor Park All are welcome to enjoy breaking bread with Enough Pie & friends on Charleston's largest shared community picnic blanket. Bring a blanket and cozy up to meet a neighbor. Bring an old, [...]


All are welcome to join us at bi-monthly Community Dye Days at the indigo VAT SHACK! Come experience the history, culture, science and art of indigo. COMMUNITY DYE DAY SCHEDULE (2nd & 4th Saturday of the month) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm September 14, September 28, October 12, October 26, November 9, November 23 LOCATION: REDUX & [...]


Visit 1067 King Street to visit the John L. Dart Library! A colorful book themed mural was painted on the south side of John L. Dart Library on Upper King Street in honor of librarian Cynthia Graham Hurd. The full wall mural is in tribute to Cynthia Graham Hurd’s dedication to the library and commitment to the community. Cynthia [...]

Love (Yarn) Bomb!

Inspired by LOVE, Enough Pie & Friends YARN BOMBED the historic smokestake at the St. Julian Devine Community Center on Valentine's Day in 2016 off East Bay in the Eastside of Charleston, SC. Community Yarn Bomb: We yarn bombed the historic chimneys of St. Julian to bring a colorful spotlight to this historic community center. Silent Dance [...]

Community Pizza Party

Enough Pie brought PIZZA PIE to a beloved community garden in the Upper Peninsula. On Saturday, September 19 2015, we co-hosted a Community Pizza Party at the Romney Street Urban Garden using their homemade cobb oven. Guests were invited celebrate a new season of community gathering while munching on pizza and other food, and exploring Romney Street [...]

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