TUESDAY. Dr. Fuzz plays the Recovery Room and The Royal Tinfoil jams it up at the Tattooed Moose. 

WEDNESDAY. Today is the start of the Double Dig Event that continues through Saturday. Join the Charleston Parks Conservancy Park Angels and help build new gardens downtown. Stop Traffic at Mosaic includes music by local artist Irene Rose. The fundraiser benefits Shared Hope International, an organization focused on ending human trafficking.

THURSDAY. Today’s National Walk @ Lunch Day so grab a co-worker and head outside for a midafternoon stroll.

FRIDAY. Today’s Stand Against Racism includes food, informational speakers, music, and more. Witness detective work at its best, or at least kookiest, with Movies in Marion Square: Sherlock Holmes. Or check out Movie Night at the Joe to watch a family of undercover superheroes save the world in The Incredibles. And the (Outsider) Art: Show opens today at Eye Level Art, featuring five nationally recognized outsider artists. 

SATURDAY. Community Day at the Gibbes Museum of Art includes art-making activities and special performances by the Three Dudes and Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Children’s Choir. Join in on the Great American Cleanup to beautify Park Circle Butterfly Garden, Quarterman Park, and the KCB Office Educational Garden. Katie Crouch will sign her young adult book, The Magnolia League, while John R. Young signs his guidebook, A Walk in the Parks. North Charleston continues to celebrate our planet with its rescheduled Earth Day Festival with live performances and hands-on activities.

SUNDAY. Celebrate African traditions at The African Market, which includes dancers, music, portrait painting, and more. And Emanuel Tanay is today’s guest speaker at Yom Hashoah Memorial Program: A Tribute to Holocaust Survivors. The program will include musical selections, prewar photos, and a silent march to the memorial in Marion Square.

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