Freeloaders: You Get Sprung 

The week's best freebies, May 12-18

It's hard to believe that it's not summertime yet. The sun's been shining, the humidity is here, and our calendars are becoming more and more booked. But fret not, we've got enough free events going on this week to help you save some doll' dolls' bills for that increasingly packed schedule of yours.

Monday Improve your photography skills just in time for all your summer adventures with tips from Charleston Center for Photography

Add some sparkle to your Monday and head to the Real Estate Studio for Michelle Meek Jones' latest exhibition. 

Tuesday A little laughter always makes the week go by quicker. Hit up Cutty's for comedy night. 

Audition to be part of What If?'s next season's productions. 

Bikes have been cruising around the Holy City since 1869. Get the history on the two-wheeled mode of transportation at the library tonight.

Wednesday Work out those Hump Day blues with a free swing dance lesson at Prohibition.

Clear your head in preparation for the weekend with some guided meditation.

Thursday Start your evening with book signing from young adult author Kwame Alexander at Blue Bicycle Books.

Prepare your ears for the influx of music coming your way with Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto at Charleston Academy of Music's guest artist series.

It's hard to imagine Sullivan's Island without Gamechangers and Alabama white sauce. Celebrate Home Team's fifth anniversary. 

Friday It's the last night for Movies in Marion Square

Stop by Michel Mitchell Gallery for a circus-themed art opening.

Hollis Hammond opens her latest exhibit at Redux.

Saturday Scoot on over to Whole Foods for some puppy love. 

D'Al's is hosting a block party to remind everyone how awesome Elliotborough is.

ReForm Studios is offering a fun run/walk with an obstacle course. It's like Double Dare but without fake pie, slime, or nose goop. 

Sunday Get prepped for the week ahead with Transcendental Mediation

Stop by The Royal American for an '80s dance party and vintage pop up shop.


Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Classified Listings

Powered by Foundation   © Copyright 2014, Charleston City Paper   RSS