Weekend Round-Up: No way? Way! 

The best events in Charleston, April 20-22

Head out to any of the Charleston RiverDogs games this weekend, not only for baseball, but to help out Tony the Peanut Man. While you're at it, there's the dog-friendly Bark for Your Brew on Sunday.

Wayne's World at Movies in Marion Square? No way! Way!

Get your paddling arms ready for the East Coast Canoe and Kayak Festival.

It's your last chance to get rare peeks during the Festival of Houses and Gardens. Or east of the Cooper, there's the Old Village of Mt. Pleasant Tour.

Moonlight Mixers have returned to the Lowcountry. Shaggers rejoice.

Art of Healing Community Day lets you get into the Gibbes for free.

Local home and design companies will take over the Family Circle Stadium for the Charleston Home + Design Show.

Ever want to help build an earthen pizza oven? Saturday's your chance.

There will be a community-wide tribute to Holocaust survivors and victims during Tomorrow Never Came.

Take a deep breath and head out to the Charleston Oxygen Ball.

Kill two birds with one stone at A Celebration of Smiles: Get your portrait taking, the proceeds from which will support Operation Smile. Or just go Bowl for Beams to help out Sea Island Habitat's 2012 WomenBuild project or Family Fun on the Creek.

Take a stand for sight at the Vision Rally or by participating in Double Up 4 Vision.

Football season's a ways away, so get in some pigskin voyeurism at the Charleston Man of War 2012 Combine.

Find out what's SUP at the Bodhi's Revenge SUP Race.

Cinebarre hosts a flea market, while IOP has a yard sale.

On Friday night, catch the last preliminary round of the 3 on 3 Long Form Improv Tournament before voting for your favorite at the finals on Saturday.

The CSO closes out their season with Mahler's Symphony No. 2: Resurrection.

Watch the Charleston Dance Project perform at ebb & flow, or get on the floor yourself at the Contra Dance.

The clothing on the runway at the Charleston Eco Fashion Event is all green, though not necessarily in color.

And just as green is the star of Wicked. You can also take in some theater with Catholic School Girls, God of Carnage, Greater Tuna, The Wiz, or The Road Home.

See more than 100 antique and collectible cars at the Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat.

Fired Up With Liv and Keller: Pottery and Glass Fusion opens at Karen's Korner Frame and Art Gallery.

The Alliance Française of Charleston hosts a screening of La Fille du Puisatier, while Park Circle has America Street and Truck Farm and Hell and Back Again. And if you're in the mood to see Bully, tickets are $5 for the special screening hosted by Wings for Kids.

Readers can have their books and eat with them too at the Katie Crouch author luncheon or the first of this season's Wide Angle Lunches, featuring Robert Hicks. Herb Frazier, Kieran Kramer, and Jenny Hubbard have signings this weekend too.

Admission is free at national parks during National Park Week, which starts Saturday.

While at the farmers market, let the kids enjoy the Fam Jam Festival.

Mt. Pleasant Academy's Green Day is not like the band. Instead, it's a celebration of Earth Day.

Fill up on pho at the Vietnamese Pop-Up Dinner at Butcher & Bee.

Head to Summerville for barbecue and live music at the Southern Flame Food and Music Festival.

The best kind of potluck is a Chef's Potluck. No casseroles here.

Kids can bring their stuffed best friend to the Teddy Bear Picnic.

Saturday is Record Store Day, and both Monster Music and the brand-new Earshot Records are hosting sales, live music, and more. The Tin Roof, though not a record store, is also hosting a swap and show.

And Charleston Craft Beer Week kicks off Sunday. Because really, could there ever be too many beer-centric events?


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