Freeloaders: Walk it out 

The week's best freebies, April 16-22

MONDAY. There’s still time to catch one of the free screenings of Forks Over Knives at the Terrace. Enjoy a side of uke with your pizza as the V-Tones set up at D’Allesandro’s.

TUESDAY. Learn about plastic surgery options at Let’s Do Health: The Aging Face.

WEDNESDAY. Fired Up With Liv and Keller: Pottery and Glass Fusion opens at Karen’s Korner Frame and Art Gallery in Mt. Pleasant.

THURSDAY. Starting today, set your sails for Charleston Race Week. Herb Parker, an associate professor of fine arts at the College of Charleston, will give a talk. The biannual Upper King Street Design Walk returns with its spring incarnation. As if you couldn’t get enough awesome vintage at JLINSNIDER, the store will have the Local 172 Pop-Up Shop offering even more. This month’s Summerville DREAM Third Thursday is for the shaggers.

FRIDAY. It’ll be an excellent party time as Wayne’s World takes over Movies in Marion Square.

SATURDAY. Bring the kids to the Marion Square farmers market for the Fam Jam Festival. Isle of Palms hosts its largest yard sale, while Cinebarre has its first-ever flea market. There’s another Community Day at the Gibbes; this one is focused on the healing power of art. Get some good ideas at the Charleston Home + Design Show, which continues through Sunday, and see all sorts of antique cars at the Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat. The Charleston Man-of-War combine is free to watch. And National Park Week kicks off today, meaning free admission at national parks throughout the state until April 29.

SUNDAY. Craft Beer Week kicks off today; keep up with its complete schedule for various free events, like tap takeovers and more. The Community Cinema Series presents Hell and Back Again. You’re never too old for stuffed animals when the Teddy Bear Picnic comes to town.


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