If you’re new to Charleston and feeling out of the loop on what’s going on downtown this weekend, allow me to introduce you to the 29th annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. Folks ’round here call it SEWE. If you have an affinity towards animals, you will definitely want to participate in this three-day event showcasing experts, artists and exhibitors “in wildlife and nature art, as well as conservation research and environmental education.” Passes start at $20 for a day pass. If you want a pass for the whole weekend, that will cost you $40. For more information, visit the SEWE website or pick up a copy of the Charleston City Paper.