Fall has sprung — or will spring on Sunday. Celebrate the slightly cooler weather by taking advantage of all the outdoor activities going on this weekend.
Friday Take your kid, sib, or babysitting charge to see the Diary of a Wimpy Kid‘s Hard Luck Truck as it rolls in to town.
Folly kicks off its 40th anniversary bash on Friday. Stop by to give the town a birthday spanking.
Throw paint on a complete stranger at the Life in Color concert tonight.
Stop by the Michael Mitchell Gallery to see Decades, the new exhibit by John Duckworth and Kevin Harrison.
Rock some reggae for a good cause at the Fall Reggae Jam, which is raising money for the Montego Bay Animal Haven.
Keep it classical as Mozart in the South starts this eve and has events through Sunday.
The Museum Mile weekend also is going on — pay a flat fee and visit up to 13 museums in one weekend.
It’s Metronome’s first birthday party. Celebrate with the musical crew at the Tin Roof.
Saturday Throw on your family tartan and pick up some Scottish fare at the 42nd Charleston Scottish Games and Highland Gathering.
Party for a cause and raise money at Charleston Park Conservancy’s Party for the Parks, try saying that three times fast.
Living in Charleston means that historical references get thrown around like woah. Not today. Celebrate local history at the United Order of Tents Centennial Celebration.
Sadly, we’ll never be able to attend a real Gatsby party since he’s a fictional character, but on Saturday you can party for free at Yelp‘s Gatsby-themed fete.
Brews and blues? (Bluegrass, that is.) Yes, please, and Awendaw Green has both on Saturday at its Rhythms and Brewfest.
Dusty Slay performs his stand-up comedy with some talented friends for another night of Homegrown Comedy at Theatre 99.
Local band Dangermuffin is playing at the Pour House.
Sunday Get some tips on helping Mother Nature out at the Carolina Green Fair.
Music Farm hosts STRFKR, which will start your week off the right way.
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