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Charleston Beer Fest

Charleston Beer Fest is back and bigger than ever with more 60 breweries participating this year — plus music, food trucks, a vendor village, games and activities. Compete for glory in the beer games, groove on the river to awesome music acts or just kick back and enjoy great local beer. All proceeds from the festival benefit Palmetto Community Care.

Sept. 9. 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Riverfront Park. 1061 Everglades Ave. North Charleston.

Puzzle pub run

It’s time for a puzzle palooza! Meet with the folks from Fleet Feet next week to compete in a three-mile fun run before a team-based race to see who can complete a puzzle the fastest. There will be tons of prizes, giveaways and delicious food and drinks for participants. This event is a great way to get your feet — and brain — moving.

Sept. 13. Run starts at 6:30 p.m. Free. Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. 1505 King St. Downtown.

Charleston Pride standup comedy

Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride in Charleston with a night of laughs at the Music Hall in downtown Charleston. This 18 and older event is perfect for members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies looking for ways to support local Pride organizations. Featured comics include Jenn Snyder, Shawna Jarrett, La Redd and Mona Bender. Tickets are available online now.

Sept. 14. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Music Farm. 32 Ann St. Downtown.

Indigo dyeing workshop

Join local artist Kristy Bishop as she leads an introductory workshop on dyeing with indigo at the Dill Sanctuary. Participants will learn about the history of this dye plant as it pertains to South Carolina and the chemistry of a vat and dye fabric using shibori tie-dye methods. Participants are encouraged to bring personal items to dye such as a garment, yarn or even colored fabric to over-dye.

Sept. 10. 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $120/members; $150/nonmembers. Dill Sanctuary.
1163 Riverland Drive. James Island.

Daytime Disco

Dance the day away under the sun at The Rooftop at The Vendue’s Daytime Disco this week. Dance to the groovy tunes of DJ Wild Bill, and let your senses shimmer with The Rooftop’s specialty cocktail, the Dancing Queen. Once you’ve danced up an appetite, dive into a delectable smorgasbord of candied bacon, gouda, pimento, hummus and more. Event proceeds will benefit the Red Cross.

Sept. 13. 2 p.m to 7 p.m. Menu prices vary. The Rooftop at The Vendue. 19 Vendue Range. Downtown.

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