Weekend Round-Up: Beat the heat 

The best events in Charleston June 29-July 1

OK y’all. It’s going to be really freaking hot this weekend. Like stay-in-your-house-and-not-move-unless-it’s-to-a-body-of-water-or-another-air-conditioned-location kind of hot. If you dare venture outside, here are some options for where to go.

The St. Johns Yacht Harbor is having an all-day pool party. If you’re not already a member, it’s only $5 to get in, which is a pretty good deal for a pool party at a yacht club.

Sitting sweatily in a stadium’s bleachers is the mother of all summer pastimes, and the Charleston RiverDogs have games against the Greenville Drive.

Who says the Fourth of July is the only day you can be blazingly patriotic? In Summerville, they’re getting a head start at Red, White, and Green.

You better see Sara Schaefer’s stand-up act at Theatre 99 now, because once her show on MTV blows up, you’ll be fighting for tickets. The venue also has the
Theatre 99 Improv Jam and Improv Riot.

Everyone’s favorite Man in Black tribute, Red, White, and Cash, returns to the Village Playhouse. It’s their last show at this venue, so go for the memories.

Charleston architect Alan Jackson presents his pen and ink drawings in the show Filling the Frame.

Tabbuli Grill hosts White Haute Nights, a South Beach-inspired fashion event with clothing from Cynthia Rowley. They might as well have called it White Hot Nights, am I right?

You can take the title of One Day on Earth very literally.

Children’s author Laura Jenkins Thompson will be signing her book Joseph’s Charleston Adventure.

Just imagine you’re in Italy instead at Butcher & Bee’s rustic Italian pop-up dinner.

Cool off with a beer at House of Brews Anniversary Party, like a special homebrew co-prepared by CP contributor Eric Doksa.

The montly Craft Beer Boat Cruise, co-sponsored by the City Paper, makes its inaugural voyage out into the harbor.

Da’ Gullah Rootz will play Reggae Nights

We’re hoping there will be some volleyball action at the Victory Over Cancer Top Gun ‘80s Party.

The Guitar Foundation of America Convention and International Competition is almost over, so you might want to plan on squeezing some performances in.

All proceeds from the Breath of Life Fashion Show Fundraiser will benefit the Hollings Cancer Center at MUSC.

The Maker’s Market returns to Mixson.

And some shops on Spring Street will be grillin’ and chillin’ at their Final Friday Art Show Cookout Extravaganza.


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