Stomp grapes at a local vineyard, visit a historic sailing ship, or enjoy some reggae and Jamaican specialties. Those are just a few of the outings for local families to choose from this weekend. Plus, ravenous readers can stock up on a variety of titles this weekend during a library book sale. Other events around town include free movies and music, a gator program, and Family Sunday at the RiverDogs. Read on to learn more.
This weekend brings free movies and music, an afternoon of storytelling, and one of the last RiverDogs family nights of the season. Keep reading for details.
This weekend is chock-full of back-to-school celebrations, plus free concerts, a free movie, a fishing tourney, a youth triathlon and more. Keep reading for details.
The annual sales tax holiday kicks off a busy weekend that includes outdoor movies, a school supply giveaway, and Shark Week at the South Carolina Aquarium. Read on for details.
This weekend’s line-up includes celebrations of summer reading accomplishments, outdoor concerts, free outdoor movies, and a Harry Potter event. Plus, the Berkeley County School District is organizing a rally to collect school supplies for kids in need. Read on for details.
Kids are invited to Magnolia Plantation on Saturday to release thousands of ladybugs into the site’s lush gardens. This is a popular event, so plan to arrive early and carpool, if possible. Other weekend options include a musical performance of “Aladdin Jr.,” a jump castle day at Wannamaker County Park, and a RiverDogs Family Sunday game. In other news, the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry has hired a new leader. Keep reading to learn more.
The Ravenel Bridge, a Lowcountry landmark, marks 10 years of service this month! Help us celebrate this milestone during a two-day event this weekend at Patriots Point. The anniversary celebration on Saturday and Sunday will include live music, kids’ activities, and a special LEGO project. Keep reading for more details, and to learn about other fun weekend happenings.
This weekend’s line-up for families includes free movies, Second Sunday on King Street, and a RiverDogs Family Sunday game. Plus, local Barnes & Noble stores are hosting a DC Comics event. Read on for details.
Whether you’re lighting sparklers in your backyard or headed to a blowout fireworks show, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Independence Day in the Lowcountry this year. If you haven’t made plans, we have highlighted some local Fourth of July events below. Have a happy and safe Fourth of July! Continue reading “Family Fun: 4th of July weekend events” »
Celebrate the Lowcountry’s tomato bounty during the “Tomayto Tomahto” event in North Charleston on Saturday. Other weekend highlights include Jump in the Park (jump castles galore), a reggae concert, a fishing tourney, a Charleston Battery home game, and a mother-son dance. For details on these and other events, read on.