We hate to be those people, but seriously where has this month gone? We feel like we just let June slip through our fingers, not really taking advantage of all its glory. But fret not. We have one more week to get out there and freely live June to the fullest.

Monday Enjoy some free eating and drinking at the Artisan Food and Drink Tasting. Try cheese, chocolate, bread, and more at the Bella Bean Organics event at the Gin Joint.

Feel like a kid again and play Nintendo on the big screen at The Tin Roof

Tuesday Boogy down and let loose at the Mt. Pleasant Pier for some live music by Craig Campbell.

Or keep it low key at the Brick House Artisan Market

Grab some friends and test your brainpower with some trivia at Cutty’s.

Wednesday Put on your best tie-dye and join the deadheads on the Pour House deck for some jams from The Reckoning.

The excuse “I can’t dance” is no longer acceptable. Free swing dancing lessons at Prohibition will turn you into a dancing fool.

After playing with these backgammon enthusiasts, ‘gammon’ will be your middle name.

Thursday After grabbing some fresh local produce from the North Charleston Farmers Market make your way to the PoHo for their Makers Market and check out some cool unique art and live music.

The World Cup madness continues. Post up somewhere to watch the U.S. take on Germany.

Sit back, relax, and watch an oldie but a goodie outside at the Cinebarre. This week’s featured film will be Beverly Hills Cop.

Friday Support local and check out the Folly Beach Farmer and Artisan Market. From hand made bath soup to homemade baked goods they’ve got it all. 

Saturday Check out photography, jewelry, paintings, and much more at the Art Walk

And as always, you can’t go wrong with spending your Saturday at Charleston’s farmers markets. Visit Marion Square, Johns Island, or Mixson for some of the Lowcountry’s freshest produce, tastiest vendors, and craftiest crafts.  

Tomayto or tomahto? However you say it, tomato season is here. Thank goodness. Celebrate at this outdoor event with many tomato-themed activities, including a Bloody Mary bar. Enough said. 

Sunday Show a little skin at the Windjammer

Hang out on the deck for some Sunday Phunday

If you’re really brave, share your talent at open mic night at Barsa. If you suck just order some tapas to go and get out of there.

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