With the lunar eclipse occurring on Wednesday, we’ve been humming Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” all day. The best part of the eclipse? Oh, that’s it’s free, like these events too. Thanks, Mother Nature.

Tuesday  Head to Cutty’s to test your trivia knowledge.

It’s the last day to see Robert Harris‘ pencil renderings at the Real Estate Studio.

Wednesday It’s national Walk to School Day, so have your kids skip the bus and use their feet.

Browsing doesn’t cost money, which is why it’s our favorite kind of shopping.  J. McLaughlin hosts a Sip and Shop.

College basketball is just around the corner. Catch the Cougar Caravan and meet the CofC team and new coach.

Thursday There’s only a couple of weeks left to shop at the North Charleston Farmers Market.

The best way to get excited for the weekend? Well, that’d be dancing of course. DJ Moo Moo spins at Big John’s to help you shake off the week.

It’s comedy night at the Tin Roof.

Friday  The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry is offering free admission.

It’s time for That BIG Book Sale again, which is free to look but to buy you’ll need some cash. Luckily, you can find books for 50 cents, so hopefully you can scrounge that up in your couch cushions.

The George Gallery opens its latest exhibit with a free reception.

Saturday  Saturday should just be renamed farmers market days. You can go to the one at Mixson, downtown, or on Johns Island.

Enough Pie has another Street Pulp day, where they invite the community to make art from recycled paper and clothing.

Sunday CofC’s Diversity Conference ends with a celebration at TD Arena.

Second Sunday is back. Sip, shop, stroll on King Street.

Pick up some fresh flowers or vegetables at the James Island’s farmers market. 

Sing your way into an awesome new week at Upper Deck‘s karaoke night.