Weekend Round-Up: More beer 

The best events in Charleston June 22-24

There have been so many comments about the fact that Charleston seems to have some sort of beer festival every other month. But really people. Is that a bad thing? To drink beer by the Ashley River on a Saturday afternoon like you can at this weekend's Charleston Beer Garden? Really? Didn't think so.

Once again, the Lowcountry Juneteenth Freedom Festival will celebrate African-American heritage.

Create Accessories and Apparel, a new local clothing brand, will have their launch party, and the Fashion Alley: A Vintage Inspired Fashion Show will raise money for Girls Rock! Charleston with vintage fashion shows and late-night bowling.

Liberty Tap Room, which, by the way, has beer, will commemorate their third birthday with the Liberty Luau.

Get pumped for this fall's Charleston Dance Festival with the Dance Block Party Fundraiser. Be careful, because if you go, you're probably going to get served at some point.

Be Her Freedom will raise awareness of the realities of sex trafficking on both a local and national level.

Before Saturday night's Charleston Battery game, you can get in some free soccer action at the  3v3 Youth Summer Blast and the 6v6 Adult Summer Blast.

Hark back to our caveman brethren at the New Primal Games.

Improv Smackdown, This is Chucktown!, and The Have Nots! will keep Theatre 99 busy.

The summer solstice, beer, and art are all synonymous, right? Well, pretend they are at the Super Saturday Summer Solstice Smackdown.

Any movie with Willem Dafoe is guaranteed to be good. Except for maybe Speed 2, XXX 2, and some other weird sequels. But we bet The Hunter, which plays in Park Circle on Saturday, is one of the good ones. The film society will also host a screening of Don't Change the Subject, a documentary about suicide that's not as a big of a bummer as it sounds.

Kelly Sheehy DeGroot has a couple of book signings, as do Cheryl Najafi and Karen White.

Another summertime Moonlight Mixer is upon us.

You're never too young for a triathlon, which is why Daniel Island's is open to kids.

And as a Chosen Person, I can assure you that while Jews, Brews and Ques will be lacking in pork products, it will not be lacking in deliciousness. Because if there's one food that Jewish people have mastered, it's brisket.


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