Weekend Roundup: Good golly galosh it's going to rain again 

Events for the weekend of Oct. 9-11

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Just when things have dried up, they're about to get a little damp again. But you're in luck, there are plenty of indoor and outdoor things going on to keep up with the weather, rain or shine.


Get your history on at Radical Son, a play about our state's first abolitionists. The play, at 7:30 p.m. at Threshold Repertory Theatre, addresses race, freedom, and forgiveness, telling the true story of SC native John Laurens.

A Delicate Balance follows the story of a middle class couple, their alcoholic daughter, and their empty-nester friends. Head to South of Broadway Theatre Company Studios at 7:30 p.m.

Honor breast cancer awareness month by going to Stereo 8 for Briahna Wenke, Taylor Czerwinski, and Megan Leger's show, Female Form. The show takes place in their outdoor container studio.

For a $5 donation to Lowcountry Local First you can get in some wine tasting from 5-8 p.m. at Ted's Butcherblock.

Nutella, strawberries, and whipped cream, oh my! Southern Season is teaching a class on how to make this sweet French snack at 5 p.m.

Can you name that song? You get a prize, and you get a prize, and you get a prize (every half hour). Name the Music from any decade at the Golf Club at Wescott Plantation.

Many of us know people affected by the flooding this past weekend. Help them out at Bay Street Biergarten's Flood Relief Fundraiser, where they're donating 100% of proceeds from the sale of Brooklyn Brewery's Sorachi Ace and Palmetto Brewery's Aftershock beers.

DJ Phamtastik is bumping dance music starting at 10 p.m. at the Black Sheep.

Watch local celebrities embarrass themselves in this adult version of a spelling bee at the Alley starting at 7 p.m.

Who knew PBR could inspire art? Hipsters knew. Redux hosts a PBR art show from 8-11 p.m. with music by Valley Maker.

Live music is all over the Lowcountry. If you're downtown head to Palmetto's weekly Loading Dock series and if you're out on Kiawah make sure to check out Music on the Green. 


Long Miles, a music group that went to the College of Charleston and created a standard of music appreciation at the school, is playing at the Music Farm at 9 p.m. Ben Fagan and the Holy City Hooligans and John the Conqueror are opening.

Walk through Magnolia Plantation where there will be paintings, sculptures, and other pieces of art on display and available for purchase from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Everyone's revving up for Halloween, including Cavortress in their new location in North Charleston. They're having a sale where DJ Beaver will be pumping up the jams and refreshments will be available alongside their vintage costumes.

Bluegrass bands will be playing from 1-6 p.m. at the Moncks Corner Interpretive Center. BYOI(nstrument) for a pickin' circle. There will be free tours and canoe rentals as well.

The Rudder is hosting their very own Oktoberfest starting at 1 p.m. with German Oktoberfest beers on tap from Sam Adams, Beck's, Blue Point, and others. Keeping with the theme, pretzels and bratwurst will be on the menu.

Casts of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors are putting on Menopause the Musical, which has teamed up with Susan G. Komen to put on this inspirational show.

It's finally pumpkin picking time and Legare Farms is going all out with a corn maze, a petting zoo, and a corn cannon that you can shoot ears of corn out of.

Head to Palmetto Brewing from 6-9 p.m. where you can hear the Charleston Symphony Orchestra perform polka music while enjoying the national food of Germany — beer.

Rock out to Nashville rock/psych band at COAST. The party starts at 2 p.m. and the brothers come on at 6 p.m.

The Jail Break Finale from 4-11 p.m. sounds promising. Don't believe us? Charleston's arts world all in one place — and the place happens to be an old jail? Sign. Us. Up.

Check out James Island's newest restaurant, the Ellis Creek Fish camp, as they host an oyster roast on their back deck from 2-5 p.m.


The Mike Dillon Band is playing their funky jams at 9:30 p.m. at The Pour House.

It's the 175th anniversary of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, and the Jewish community of Charleston is inviting everyone to come celebrate with them. There will be live music and traditional Jewish food including corned beef, bagels, and cabbage.

Tiger Lily, one of Charleston's florists, is participating in the Petal It Forward Campaign and they will be giving two free bouquets to someone at Second Sunday in hopes to spread positivity and happiness in our community.

Hanahan Gym hosts live pro-wrestling featuring Gangrel, a former WWE star, and many pro-wrestlers from the southeast starting at 5 p.m.

Comedians Andy Rider, Jessica Mickey, Nick Shaheen, and Ben Palmer perform at The Tin Roof in a show called Ben Palmer Presents: Picture Show starting at 9 p.m.

Charleston Friends of the Library has been hosting That BIG Book Sale for 34 years, but it's not just books that are going to be available for purchase. DVDs, CDs, books on CDs, sheet music, and maps are all going to be on sale, starting at $0.50 at Omar Shrine Temple.

It's Oktoberfest season so milk it while you can. Head to Gene's Haufbrau from 12-7 p.m. where a $5 donation raises money for Spinal Muscular Atrophy research.


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