MONDAY. Don’t forget that it’s Charleston Craft Beer Week. Click here to see the full schedule, which includes a lot of a free events, and really, who can pass up free beer? It’s also National Park Week, but I don’t think you’re allowed to bring beer.

TUESDAY. And it’s also Fleet Week, at least in Mt. Pleasant, which has some free events too. Tour a vegetated roof at Ashley Hall. Got some good PBR jokes in your pocket? Let ‘em loose at the Recovery Room’s Comedy Night Open Mic.

WEDNESDAY. Learn all about transcendental meditation.

THURSDAY. The Charleston Artist Collective’s exhibit Local Color will raise money for the Footlight Players.

FRIDAY. There’s a two-day woodworking hand tool workshop at the Old City Jail. Charlestonians will take a Stand Against Racism, creating a human chain at the foot of the Ravenel Bridge. Head downtown for the last Movies in Marion Square, featuring The Sand Lot. It’s Final Friday on Spring Street, which this month includes a one-year anniversary party for Rogue Wave Surf Shop, among the usual art, live music, and more. We sure hope there will be free samples at Continuous Crossings, the first art show hosted by Christophe Artisan Chocolatier-Pâtissier, and Exquisite Conversations: Fire is Hot opens too.

SATURDAY. Rock ‘n’ roll artist Peter Max has an exhibition that runs through Sunday. Trident Tech’s Department of Automotive Technology hosts a Spring Spin-Off Car Show. And it’s World Tai Chi and Qigong Day.

SUNDAY. That Fleet Week we were talking about earlier concludes with the Blessing of the Fleet. Bring the dog out to Mixson for a costume contest, photobooth, and more. And see the premiere of the Mac’n At The ‘Drome documentary at Cinebarre.