If Second Sunday and First Friday left you craving more free events around the city, you’re in luck. We’ve rounded up free events for all types this week — whether you’re looking for culture and art, great music, or just want the opportunity to show off your trivia skills.

Monday If you’re looking to make Monday a little brighter, it is a great night for art and culture. The College of Charleston presents its Monday Night Concert Series with jazz music performed by the faculty.

The Meeting Place is featuring Images From a Restless Mind by Baird Hoffmire, which includes a collection of stories inspired by social commentary and world observations.

If your idea of relaxing involves cheering loudly for your favorite teams, Brickyard Food and Spirits invites you to watch the week’s NFL game with them.

Tuesday People talk about the case of the Mondays, but sometimes Tuesday can be just as bad. Check out Boone’s Comedy Hour to help laugh away those work-week blues.

Trivia Night at Cutty’s may not help you prepare for your big test tomorrow, but you should hopefully pick up some interesting facts.

Wednesday The Tin Roof never has a shortage of great music, and tonight they’ve got Danny B. Harvey with Sky Paige.

Thursday. Sometimes you are just thirstier on Thursday. Luckily, Bottles has a Tap Takeover every week.

If you can’t wait until the weekend to get to a local farmers market, you can drive to Daniel Island for the hook up.

Tasty Thai and Sushi is offering a unique time travel experience with their Throwback Thursdays and DJ Natty Heavy.

Friday. For those superstitious types, Cha Cha’s Mexican Grill is having a Friday the 13th Skulls and Skills Party. This is the perfect opportunity to wear your skull themed attire before Halloween season.

Saturday This week’s downtown farmers market will feature cooking demonstrations and music from Yee Haw Junction.

Sunday Use your knowledge of useless facts to win money at trivia nights at Manny’s Neighborhood Grill.

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