Weekend Roundup: Light it up
Weekend Roundup: Light it up Events for the weekend of April 20-22

Your weekend plans don’t have to go up in smoke. You can go green and celebrate Earth Day weekend (check out our roundup on specific Earth Day events, too) with…


Eight ways to celebrate Earth Day in Charleston this weekend
Eight ways to celebrate Earth Day in Charleston this weekend Here's to the endless skyways and the golden valleys

Planet Earth — we've only got the one. And, while every day you should be cognizant of the waste you produce, the plastics you recycle, and the water you run,…


Sweatin' Tax Day, Charleston? Catch a break with these deals
Sweatin' Tax Day, Charleston? Catch a break with these deals Going on today and tomorrow

Taxes aren’t fun. I think we can all agree on that. Thankfully, we’ve got a few solid Tax Day deals to make April 17th a little more bearable. Check out…


Weekend Roundup: April showers bring weekend vibes
Weekend Roundup: April showers bring weekend vibes Events for the weekend of April 13-15

Friday the 13th doesn’t have to mean bad luck. There are plenty of things to do around town this weekend, whether it's sunny, rainy, or somewhere in between…


RiverDogs open 25th season at home this week with Thirsty Thursday, fireworks, a Technicolor Saturday
RiverDogs open 25th season at home this week with Thirsty Thursday, fireworks, a Technicolor Saturday #downattheJoe

The RiverDogs open their season at The Joe this week with a whole weekend of festivities planned to welcome baseball season back to Charleston…


  • Charleston Outdoor Festival
    Charleston Outdoor Festival
    Sat., April 21, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. | James Island County Park

    Anyone who enjoys being active in the great outdoors will find excitement at the Charleston Outdoor Festival. The weekend festival includes a multitude of outdoor recreation activities like mountain biking, slack lining, archery, climbing, and disc golf, open to all ages. It also features the East Coast Canoe and Kayak Symposium, one of the country’s premier showcases of canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. Try out equipment, compete in tournaments and other hands-on activities, and learn everything from the basics to expert skills in each sport.


  • Cars on Kiawah
    Cars on Kiawah
    Sat., April 21, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. | Kiawah Island

    Cars on Kiawah is an annual celebration of the Lowcountry's finest automobiles displayed in the lush setting of Ocean Park on Kiawah Island. Over 200 of the region’s top club and collector cars will be displayed,


  • 8th Annual Lowcountry Blues Bash
    8th Annual Lowcountry Blues Bash
    Sun., April 22, 3-6 p.m. | Bowens Island Restaurant

    This annual fundraising event includes music, an oyster roast, beverages, a silent auction, and more. The Alston Wilkes Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, began having this annual fundraiser, the AWS Lowcountry Blues Bash, almost nine years ago. All of the funds raised from this event help us to provide uniforms, job readiness training, and other direct client assistance to those in your community working to rebuild their lives.


  • Lowcountry Strawberry Festival
    Lowcountry Strawberry Festival
    Through April 22 | Boone Hall Farms

    The Lowcountry Strawberry Festival features a petting zoo, giant inflatables, strawberry pickin' (duh), and plenty of rides.


  • Poetry Slams: The Unspoken Word
    Poetry Slams: The Unspoken Word
    Fourth Tuesday of every month, 7:30 p.m. | PURE Theatre

    Join the Unspoken Word for poetry slams with featured poets and an open mic.


  • Astronomy in the Park
    Astronomy in the Park
    Wednesdays, 5-9 p.m. | Brittlebank Park

    Stop by after work or before dinner to stargaze with local experts and ask them questions. Telescopes will be set up at the north end of the park., weather permitting.


  • The Carolina Girl Yacht Cruises
    The Carolina Girl Yacht Cruises
    Wednesdays, 6:30-8 p.m. | St. Johns Yacht Harbor

    The Carolina Girl is open for public cruises every Wednesday.


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