Weekend Round-Up: Green is good 

The best events in Charleston, Sept. 24-26

This is probably the least snarky Weekend Round-Up I’ve ever written. Sorry guys. I can’t be on all the time.

The Charleston Green Fair is on Sunday. And you better bike, walk, carpool, or use public transportation to get there.

The MOJA Festival opens this weekend, and with it comes a ton of events, from art exhibits to concerts. Don’t miss the Caribbean Street Parade and Opening Ceremonies. Figure out your MOJA schedule with our list of events here.

Don’t have any fences that need whitewashing? Let the kids cast a line at the Huck Finn Fishing Festival. Or take them to see Goldilocks and the Three Bears, or stop by the Free Friday Family Fest at the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry.

Monthly Variations makes its second go at Gullah Cuisine.

Meet some local politicians at the Blue Jamboree Picnic, sponsored by the West Ashley Democrats.

The Lowcountry Highrollers finish up their excellent season with Southern Hostility.

Let the kids get their hands in some dough at Liza’s Bake Sale, a benefit for Pet Helpers.

Get your chug on at the Ballpark Festival of Beers. Wine Awhile has an anniversary and Oktoberfest party.

See 13 of Charleston’s best attractions on the cheap during Museum Mile Weekend.

If you’re on the peninsula, stop by Eye Level Art for A Painted Reality. If you’re more of a Avondaler, Alchemy Coffee has Conjuring Whimsey, feauring a puppet show. They’re not just for kids, you know.

See the latest styles by Eden Boheme, Cose Belle, Cavortress, Lori Wyatt Vintage, Monkee’s of Daniel Island, Candy Shop Vintage, and Taashk at Fall Fashion With a Flair.

In need of a laugh? Theatre 99 has Comedy Combat, Blast Off?, and Improv Riot. And Thee Southern Belle presents Shaun Jones.

The Taylor Festival Choir will open their 2010-2011 season on Saturday. Sunday is the finals of the Lowcountry Blues Challenge. And the Charleston Jazz Orchestra and the Jazz Artists of Charleston present Latin Night.

PlayFest 2010’s last show is Bang. Other theater options include Blues for an Alabama Sky, The Philadelphia Story, and Crimes of the Heart.

Lights. Camera. Help. promotes nonprofit and cause-driven film. The fest in North Charleston will feature winners from the national festival and some local work as well.

Have your say about books at one of the community library meetings.

Mahendra Kumar Trivedi is healing all sorts of people at his blessing session.

Take a paddle tour of Hampton Plantation State Historic Site.

And there's another awesome festival happening on Saturday: Hubee Fest at the new Hubee D’s in West Ashley. Sample their chicken tenders and enter their jingle contest.

 


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