Weekend Round-Up: Have a gay old time 

The best events in Charleston, June 3-5

The continuing Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto festivals are probably taking up much of your time this weekend, so take a break with a Big Gay Beach Day, or a stop at the Bud Light Lime Bikini Bash.

I understand having one rubber duckie. You know, like Ernie. But 30,000 of them? That’s a lot. Luckily, they’re not confined to a bath tub. Instead, they’ll be making their way down the Wando River during the Charleston Duck Race.

Art For Charity and Spoleto Soleil are still going strong.

With all this arts talk, you might be in the mood for some good old fashioned sports. Luckily the RiverDogs have games this weekend. Or if you need to get active after hours of sitting in theater seats, try the Floppin’ Flounder 5K, the Green and Lean 5K, or Health and Fitness Challenge Day.

We doubt that there’ll be any mechanical bull riding at the Kayak Rodeo, but we sure are crossing our fingers.

You know what they say about teaching a man to fish and what have you. Show your skills at the Mt. Pleasant Pier Fishing Tournaments.

Do you have time for tea? The Afternoon Tea Fundraiser supports the Outreach Learning Center, while the Art Institute of Charleston’s event and fashion show production class hosts their Tea Party Benefit, with food from the Saute club.

In the midst of Piccolo Fringe, The Have Nots! will perform a cheaper-than-Fringe show on Friday and Saturday.

What would happen if there was a Moonlight Mixer during a new moon?

Holly Herrick will sign copies of her book.

See what downtown’s galleries have to offer at the Spoleto Stroll, and there's the Locales Art Show.

They don’t get much suaver than Cary Grant, and you can see him in his prime in His Girl Friday. Or take the family dog to see Jumanji (oddly enough, a film that I can’t remember featuring any dogs, but I could be wrong) during a benefit for Pet Helpers

Let your child live out a typical child fantasy at Nighttime at the Museum. They won’t get to spend the night, but they will get to eat pizza in a place you normally wouldn’t be able to. Or you might enjoy Wonderfest at Wonder Works, where every child gets a free toy.

And at the City Paper office, we’re trying to decide whether or not Travis Tritt has gotten Botox. See him at Boone Hall and let us know what you think.


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