Weekend Round-Up: Farewell July 

The best events in Charleston July 25-27

It’s the last weekend in July, and we’re going to be sure to enjoy every last minute of it. After all, we hate to be the people that say this but summer will be over before we know it. This weekend we’re going to be sure to enjoy farmers markets and yoga. But afterward, we’re going to experience some more fast paced events like the Christmas in July Party and Johns Island Water Festival. We’re going to soak it all up this weekend.

Friday Head to Folly for sand, sun, surf, and fresh produce at Folly Beach Farm & Artist Market.

While you're out that way, break out your tacky holiday sweaters and eggnog for the Christmas in July Party.

Enjoy half off drinks with food purchase for Sweeney’s one-year anniversary.

Walk away from the Netflix, get some fresh air, and enjoy a movie in the park.

Saturday Head out to Trophy Lakes to shred it at Johns Island Water Festival.

Grab your country gear, dancing shoes, and throw a few drinks back at Midsummer Hoedown. It’s for a good cause, after all.

Celebrate cycling in Charleston and remember cycling advocate Edwin Gardner by biking at RIDEdwin.

Add some laughs to your weekend at Man Without a Country.

Time to use those apocalypse survival skills at rUNdead's The Amazing Zombie Race.

We’ve always wanted to embrace our inner flower child and set animals free from captivity. At Ladybugs Fly Free at Magnolia we can finally leave out that dream — just on a smaller scale.

Sunday Start out your Sunday by finding your center at Outdoor Sunday Yoga at the Orange Spot. Namaste.

Let’s talk about sex, baby — in an educational setting. Sex education activist Shelby Knox will speak after a screening of her documentary at an evening with Shelby Knox.

Explore Bulls Island at the Beach Drop off.

Swing, swing the night away in your favorite dancing shoes at Prohibition.


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