Like anywhere else, Charleston wakes up in the spring, and the events begin. We’ve found several we think you will enjoy. Every Friday and Saturday from March through December, 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., Historic Charleston City MarketEvenings in the MarketThe Historic Charleston City Market hosts local artists, food vendors, and designers every Friday and Saturday night in its Evening Art Market. Come on down! Artists, food vendors, photographers, and designers, who live in South Carolina are eligible to participate, so be sure to fill out a vendor application if you’re interested in being featured. For more information, see the Historic Charleston City Market website. Thursdays in March, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Tabbuli GrillWhite Haute NightsTabbuli’s fashion and style gala continues in March. You’ll sit back and enjoy the new designs from Alexandra Styles, who has styled A-List Hollywood celebrities and had her original designs featured in Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. To learn more, please visitthe Tabbuli Grills’ website.March 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., The Charleston Angler Fly Fishing 201 SchoolsFly Fishing 201 is offered once a month, and the cost is $75 for an all-day class plus lunch and tackle. Your instructor, Capt. John, will show you how to select flies, tie knots, and cast flies. These classes are a big hit among new and seasoned anglers alike. Class size limited to 10 participants. To discover more, visit The Charleston Angler’s website.Wednesdays in March, Charles Towne Landing State Historic SiteKrav under the Oaks at Charles Towne Landing Kick your fitness routine into high gear with Charleston Krav Maga and MMA’s four-week “Krav Under the Oaks” boot camp at Charles Towne Landing. Krav Maga is the official self-defense and fighting system of the Israeli defense forces. You’ll learn not only how to protect yourself and others, but at the same time, you’ll get into tip-top shape. Dates in March are 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, and 3/26. To buy all 4 classes is $60, and one class is $20 prepaid and $25 at the door. Register online at www.CharlestonKravMaga.com/BootCamp . For more information, see the Krav Under the Oaks website. March 29, 12 p.m., Brittlebank ParkSpring Jam Music FestPresented by 105.5 The Bridge, the 2nd Annual Spring Jam Music Fest offers two stages, ten bands, and side-show performances. The lineup includes Augustana, best known for the songs “Boston” and “Sweet and Low”, The Wild Feathers, Saints of Valory, Kopecky Family Band, The Dead 27s, Brave Baby, The Weeks, Space Capone, Possum Jenkins, and Death of Paris. Tickets are $25 in advance and can be purchased online or at Bottles (610 Coleman Blvd, Mt Pleasant). Tickets will be sold for $33 at the gate. To learn more, visit the Charleston Visitors’ Bureau website,or the Spring Jam Music Fest’s website. Tell us about your favorite springtime event!