Weekend Round-Up: Keep on food truckin' 

The best events in Charleston, July 8-10

It's a bit of a slow weekend in town. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing. If you're like me, you're going to be using this weekend to recover from the last one.

There’s going to be another Food Truck Rodeo this weekend, this time at the Brick House Kitchen. So maybe that Folly Road traffic isn’t beach traffic but food truck traffic. Either way, you’re going to get stuck in it.

Queen Quet Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee nation will be at the Family Meeting Family Photo Shoot at Gallery Chuma.

Shag away on the Cooper to the Shem Creek Boogie Band.

It’s a Second Sunday on King Street, which will most likely be spent hopping from store to store to avoid the heat as much as possible.

We hope that Andy Warhol would be all for supporting sea turtles, but his opinions don’t really matter at the Bid Warhol for Charity event at the aquarium.

The Life and Breath Gala will raise money for Tripp Oldham, a local 19-year-old with cystic fibrosis who needs a double lung transplant.

Dessert bars are not used often enough at events, which makes Moon Over Morocco an event worth going to.

The Bud Light Lime Bikini Bash is still bikini bashing.

The Charleston Angler Megadock Billfishing Tournament continues.

If you didn’t get enough fireworks earlier this week, the Charleston RiverDogs games this weekend will pack some more in for you.

The SOAR on Folly 5K benefits Special Olympics South Carolina.

The Emanuel AME Church is celebrating Emanuel Day.

Unlike in the 19th century, when you throw on one of the dresses at the Living History Try-On Session at the Charleston Museum, you’ll be inside a nicely air-conditioned building instead of outside in 1800s Charleston heat.

Here come the brides. Lots of them, to the Charleston Bridal Show.

Theatre 99 has Improv Smackdown, and they’re also hosting a special Improv Riot Benefit Show for the Lowcountry Food Bank.

Gloria Penninger Welch will have her photography at the Real Estate Studio.

The Kinshasa Symphony is a doc on the Congo’s only symphony orchestra.

The Contemporary Charleston 2011: Under the Radar Artist Lectures will feature Melinda Mead and Conrad Guevara this weekend.

And my fellow chosen people will be getting together for the Tri-Congregational Summer Fest 2011, sponsored by Synagogue Emanu-El, BSBI, and KKBE. Kosher carnival food sounds pretty enticing.


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