We’ve finally worked our way to the weekend. It’s here, and we’re not about to just let it pass by without having some fun. There are plenty of things to shake up this weekend with from reggae jams to aerial ballet. We’ve also found more mellow events from farmers markets to Second Sunday. Don’t forget that this is the last weekend to catch a Spoleto show. We know it’s going to be hard, but turn off Orange Is the New Black and get out there.
Friday Start your weekend off the peninsula and pick up some fresh produce at Folly Beach Farm and Artist Market.
The Reggae Night Summer concert series is Jamaicain us excited for a night of reggae jams.
Women in bedrooms are often portrayed in art as scandalous, but artist Karen Ann Myers takes a different approach in her exhibit Sparkle.
TGIF. Head out to Party at the Point for good jams and a good time.
Raise your glass with your pinky out at the Happy Hour Book Release of The Hurricane Sisters by Dorothea Benton Frank.
We hope you didn’t throw out your costume to role-play Janet or Rocky because you can still act out the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Memorial Day has passed, so it’s safe to whip out your finest white apparel for the White Party for Roper St. Francis.
Saturday Check out a RiverDogs game against the Savannah Sand Gnats with the whole family.
Greek mythology and the struggles of the modern day woman collide in They Call Me Arethusa.
Aerial ballet on a trapeze sounds like something from a dream, but Ilona Jäntti brings this unreal skill to life.
Don’t try to recreate Ilona Jänttis’ act at home. Instead head to Circus Sampler Aerial Classes to learn with professionals.
Say farewell to Piccolo Spoleto, until next year, at the finale party at Hampton Park.
If we’re honest, we know nothing about horse races, but there’s a pretty big one coming up on Saturday. And if California Chrome wins it’ll be a big deal. The Alley is hosting a viewing party for the event — and if Cali Chrome does win, you can get Alley cash just for being there. That sounds like a double win.
Sunday Start your Sunday off with $4 Bloody Marys and $3 Mimosas at Stars.
After brunch, enjoy a nice stroll down King for Second Sunday.
Indaco is having Half-Off Wine Night, so drink away those thoughts of Monday blues while enjoying the end of the weekend.
Time to give not only the weekend a proper goodbye, but Spoleto Festival as well at the Spoleto Festival USA Finale.