Charleston’s big arts festivals, Spoleto USA and Piccolo Spoleto, roll into town this Memorial Day weekend. On a related note, the Gibbes Museum of Art holds a grand re-opening Saturday after a two-year renovation. Keep reading for the full weekend scoop.
Explore the Lowcountry’s flora and fauna this weekend during the Bull’s Bay Nature Festival in Awendaw. Or search for feathered friends during free bird walks at two Charleston-area historic sites. Other weekend highlights include an Out to Lunch event at Hampton Park, RiverDogs games, and a ballet performance of a fairy tale classic. Keep reading to learn more.
On Saturday, the Mixson Farmers Market will host Honey Do, a celebration of local honey with beekeeping demos, honey tastings and more. You can also catch some good deals this weekend, including a free play day at the Children’s Museum, a free fishing “rodeo,” free outdoor movies, free music events and more. Plus, military personnel get complimentary admission to the Charleston Battery soccer game on Saturday. Keep reading for details.
There’s a lot to look forward to this Mother’s Day weekend, including the annual Moms Run, Spring Greek Fest, and the North Charleston Arts Fest finale and fireworks show. Plus, Charleston County water parks open for the season.
The North Charleston Arts Fest kicks off this weekend with free performances and activities at the convention center complex.
It’s a big weekend for festivals, with celebrations of strawberries, rice, Earth Day and seafood on the calendar. Keep reading to learn about these and other events going on around town.
Sample a range of outdoor activities, from archery to kayaking to rock climbing, during the Charleston Outdoor Festival. Other weekend events include a free movie night at The Joe, a Community Block Party on Johns Island and The Taste of Goose Creek. Read on to learn more.
It’s another busy weekend ahead, with Folly Beach’s Sea & Sand Festival, local farmers markets, and RiverDogs Kids Opening Day. Keep reading for details on these and other weekend events.
If you’re not lacing up your sneakers for the Cooper River Bridge Run or watching the tennis action at the Volvo Cup Open, there are still plenty of ways to get out and active this weekend. Keep reading to learn more.
If you’re looking for an egg hunt this Easter weekend, we’ve got some ideas for you here. Kids, remember to bring a basket or bag to collect your eggs!