Pickers Hullabaloo Flea Market

Shop from more than 100 leading vintage dealers and artisans boasting an eclectic array of furniture, housewares, nostalgic collectibles, rugs, jewelry, vintage clothing and more at this season’s Pickers Hullabaloo, a quarterly event perfect for collectors and bargain hunters. Firefly Distillery will serve up tasty beverages and host a variety of food trucks for guests to grab some good grub too. Follow the event on social media for vendor announcements and other information. Early bird tickets are available online. 

July 8. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Firefly Distillery.
4201 Spruill Ave. North Charleston. pickershullabaloo.com

Disability Pride

Local and statewide disability nonprofits are coming together to celebrate Disability Pride’s Empowerment Through Employment (ETE) inaugural celebration. The inclusive event will feature live music, food trucks, local artists and more. It will also include an interactive paint station, a sensory station and a raffle. More events are planned to follow in celebration of Disability Pride Month. A full schedule can be found online. All proceeds benefit the ETE program. 

July 8. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free to attend. Beyond Distilling. 2157 Rich St. Suite 203. North Charleston. disabilitypridesc.org

Fettuccine making class and dinner

Learn to make pasta sheets from scratch and cut them into fettuccini strands with instruction from chef Michel Vejar. After making the pasta, you’ll learn to cook and dress your creation with complimentary vodka or cheese sauce. Also, enjoy focaccia, a summer salad and vanilla ice cream topped with baklava crumble for dessert.

July 11. 6 to 8 p.m. $54/ticket. Two Blokes Brewing. 547 Long Point Road. Suite 101.
Mount Pleasant. twoblokesbrewing.com

Charleston Sprint Triathlon

The Charleston Sprint Triathlon is a swim-bike-run series that hosts five races from May through August each year. The 2023 series kicked off May 21, and this weekend marks the third race, but don’t worry, athletes can sign up for individual races too. Awards will be given to the top three men and top three women in each division after the race.

July 9. Race begins at 7:15 a.m. $66 race fee. James Island County Park. 871 Riverland Drive. James Island. charlestoncountyparks.com

Tai Chi at the Library

Join Gwen Bihun for free Tai Chi, an ancient form of exercise for all ages using slow, smooth, body movements. Tai Chi is particularly effective in healing and strengthening the cardiovascular and immune system as well as disease prevention. It can boost energy and balance, sharpen reflexes and improve one’s overall sense of well-being.

July 11. 10 to 11 a.m. Free. Daniel Island Library. 2301 Daniel Island Drive. Daniel Island. berkeleylibrarysc.libcal.com

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