Weekend Roundup: 31 answers to "what are you doing this weekend" 

More than 30 excuses to get out of the house

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Another week has come and gone and here we are again, friends. You're wondering what to do this weekend and boy, do we have a round up for you. Whether you're still celebrating Halloween and want some spooks, ready to start your holiday shopping, or just want to enjoy fall, goddammit, there's a fun weekend ahead.

Friday

Walk and talk about art at First Fridays on Broad.

Turn your frown upside down at the Queen Street Comedy Series with Drew Thomas.

Enjoy mushroom inspired food and brews with local farmers and foragers at the Mushroom Gathering.

If you haven't gotten your fill of spooks for the season, it's your last chance to see Night of the Living Dead – Live at the Woolfe Street Playhouse.

Check out the different portraits of powerful women at the Mary Martin Gallery's exhibit Women ... A Different Era.

Off Runway, An Enchanted Masquerade celebrates the regional ethical and eco-conscious fashion movement and features a Brooke Wilder Slow Fashion Show, an emerging designer collection, and more.

The Unitarian Church is hosting a family-friendly Spooktacular Candlelight Concert for your boos and ghouls.

Groove to the New Orleans sound with Take Me to the River at the Charleston Music Hall.

Let's do the time warp again at the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Terrace Theatre.

Jazz and funk is getting turned up to 11 with Tokyo's party funk band Otonana Trio's return to the Sparrow.

Saturday

Spend the morning in nature at the Caw Caw Interpretive Center's early morning bird walks.

The Coastal Carolina Fair is back in town until Sunday, so get your fill of roasted peanuts or maybe try a savory sundae.

Spend the afternoon pretending you're in the Scottish Highlands at the Charleston Scottish Games.

Listen to local bluegrass, take a hay ride, and enjoy some BBQ at the Harvest Fest at the Johns Island County Park.

Throw it back to the 70s and celebrate Charleston's parks at the Party for the Parks.

Check out the Amor Healing Hoedown and enjoy a bonfire, s'mores, and some harvest veggie bowls.

See the exhibit Stop and Go and hear from the artist, Catherine Booker Jones.

Celebrate a decade of jazz with Take Ten, Charleston Jazz's 10th anniversary gala and concert.

What's better than ocean air and live music? Take it in at the 5th Annual Folly Beach Porch Fest.

Support a good cause, get spooked, and stand up paddle at the Super Scary SUP Race at Charleston SUP Safaris on Folly.

Bring the kids and the dog to the Boots, Bottles, and Blessing Festival at Firefly for music, a jump castle, and local vendors.

Sunday

The Fine Crafts Cooperative of Local Artists is hosting a Fall Artisan Market.

Get some serious yard envy at the Charleston Horticultural Society's Fall Garden Tour 2018.

The Wagner Terrace Neighborhood Association is hosting their annual oyster roast and BBQ at Lowndes Grove.

Get some instagrammable goodies at the Holy City Vintage Market.

I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike and drink beer at Tradesman's Fall Festival Fundraiser.

Groove to some jazz and the hits of George Gershwin with Heather Rice at the Flowertown Players.

The recipe for the perfect fall afternoon: oyster roasts and NFL football at the Bay Street Biergarten.

Charleston Music Hall is hosting Guys & Gillian Welch, a tribute to the Americana folk star Gillian Welch.

Enjoy the scenic drive to Beaufort and celebrate the Lowcountry literary legend, Pat Conroy, at the Pat Conroy Literary Festival.

Reflect on the American dream after Charleston Stage's revival of Of Mice and Men at the Dock Street Theatre.

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