Freeloaders: Halloweek 

The week’s best freebies Oct. 27-Nov. 2

We don't know about y'all, but when we have a big event coming up we try to save some extra bones. And while Halloween is hardly just an event — it's much more than that — we do know that we're going to want all the extra bones we can have.

Monday  Catch a free piano recital at Franke at Seaside.

We always find a little comedy helps our case of the Mondays. The Sparrow hosts its weekly comedy night.

Tuesday 'Tis the season to learn about graveyards, and Charleston has a'plenty. Here Charleston Museum's chief curator share stories about cemeteries.

There are few things in life that make us squeal like little girls at a One Direction concert, but pets in costumes are one of them.

Wednesday  Bingo doesn't just have to played in old community centers with senior citizens. it can also be played at dive bars, like The Tin Roof.

Listen to Grateful Dead covers on the deck of the Pour House.

If you're still not sure what you're going to be for Halloween, maybe some meditation will help.

King Street Public House is starting Halloween early.

Elliotborough Community Garden is hosting a pumpkin carving night — it's BYOPumpkin.

Thursday Hear the comedians from Theatre 99 test out new material at Blast Off?

It's the last farmers market in Park Circle.

Head to Dudley's on Ann for a Wicked themed Halloween party.

Friday Check back later in the week for a full rundown of all the haunted happenings around town. But Recovery Room, Bay Street Biergarten, Freehouse Brewery are all serving up some free costumed fun.

Saturday Keep on celebrating with two Day of the Dead parties, one at Basico and one at Mex 1 Coastal Cantina.

Give back to the community at the Day of Giving party on Daniel Island.

Sunday Art gallery Tua Lingua is holding a one-day only exhibit.

Do your grocery shopping at the farmers market on James Island.


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