It’s hot today. It’s gonna be hot tomorrow. In fact, for the next seven days, the forecasted high is above 95 degrees. So, the only thing that’s getting us out of the house this week when we don’t have to is free stuff. Lucky for you, here’s a whole list of freebies for the week, so now you have no excuse.


If free snacks and a Monday Movie Night won’t get you out of bed we don’t know what will.

These works of art will touch your soul. Head over to the gallery to view this collection of paintings.

Don’t forget to check out The Girl from Carolina, premiering on YouTube tonight. 


Fitness is a healthy habit – or so they say. If you have doubts, come to this summit and hear why you should take control of your healthy living.

Deck yourselves out in pink to support women at the Pink Heals Tour and enjoy food, music, and more.

Come out to this seminar at the library for free legal advice.

Join other trivia fanatics and come on out for a chance to win bar cash this Tuesday. 


Go bonkers with bingo this Wednesday night.

Grab some blankets and come out for a movie under the stars.

Enjoy late night golfing, wall climbing, jump land and go carts at Blackbeard’s Cove.

One hour sessions to gain insights, breakthroughs and more. Meditate on that.

If you like sand and movie screenings, head on out to the beach for Wednesday night beach movie night.


The only way to live is with live music (and dogs!)

Meet and greet artists and collectors who want to meet and greet with you.

If you love books and you love sales, get your fill of both at the Charleston Library Book Sale this weekend.


Overwhelm your visual senses with these vibrant colors and come prepared to be amazed.

Showcase your talent and see if you have what it takes.

There’s no better place to shop the market of artwork, fine jewelers, woodworkers and other local crafters than at Charleston’s very own Evening Art Market.

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