Did Father’s Day sneak up on you? Don’t worry, we’ve got plenty of events you can take dear ol’ Dad to. But hell, even if you don’t want to celebrate Father’s Day, then we’ve still got plenty for you — from the World Cup to a Big Lebowski bash.

Friday Theatre 99 will tug at your funny bone in their production of The Funny Bucket.

Looking to watch the World Cup games at the bars? We’ve found plenty of places for you to try out.

These summer days keep heating up but fear not since The Hat Ladies are giving out — you guessed it — hats for protection at Hat Day in the Sun.

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons make their way down from Jersey to perform his hits.

Come rock out at the Lip Sync Contest, and maybe take home a cash prize.

Beer and Blue Jeans Dinner sounds like a good time to us. What more could you want for your evening than good food and drinks while in comfortable clothing?

Grab some beach reads for cheap at That Summer Book Sale.

Saturday Start your kids off on the yoga craze early. Check out yoga, TRX, and pilates classes for your children.

OK, we’re guilty of not using sunscreen all of the time too. But if there’s ever a time to get that weird mole on your back checked out then it’s now at this free skin cancer screening.

Bait your hooks, cast your lines, and head over to Folly Pier Fishing Tournament.

Spoleto Festival may have come to a close, but the art never stops. Check out Awakening II: Fieldwork to get more of your creative fix.

Comedian Dusty Slay will have you in tears with his stand-up routine Flag Day with Dusty Slay.

Hank and Asha must decide whether or not they want to continue their relationship. Did we mention they’ve never met in person? The film dives into themes of human connections and relationships formed with technology.

Grab your dancing shoes and get ready for Shaggin’ on the Cooper.

Celebrate Flag Day with some brewskis and burgers.

Take a break from the World Cup action and cheer on the Battery.

Sunday Dress up as your favorite Big Lebowski character and enjoy watching the film at the Lowcountry Lebowski Celebration.

Time to update your wardrobe, but don’t worry there’s no need to max out all your credit cards on King Street. Instead try out the affordable Re-Trend – Men’s and Women’s Clothing Swap.


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