Going back to work might be hard this week after the long Labor Day weekend — keep the good times rolling with bar games and exhibits that won’t require opening a wallet.
Tuesday Start the week off with some culture with a showing of the Metropolitan Opera’s rendition of Carmen at the Charleston County Public Library.
Rack your brain for obscure information during Trivia Night at Cutty’s.
Get your hands on some of the first fall fruits and vegetables during the Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market.
Wednesday We cannot think of anything better to do on hump day than go to a bingo game hosted by drag queens. Visit the Tin Roof to get your fix.
Dr. Nigel Ashford will be having a lecture at CofC about “Liberalism vs. Liberalism in the Global Economy” and why the definition of liberalism is changing in America.
Starting a small business but need help? Visit the Johns Island Library for free business counseling from SCORE.
Thursday Start your weekend early at Total Wine & More with free craft beer tastings.
Do you like face-paced trivia? Do you like embarrassing yourself during karaoke? Then Trivioke at the Mt. Pleasant Kickin’ Chicken might be crazy enough for you.
Friday Enjoy a stroll through art exhibits and vendors during First Fridays on Broad.
Check out Jim Goulah’s elaborate magazine collages at the Art Mecca till Sept 10th.
Saturday Reenactor Joseph McGill Jr. will be having a lecture on African Americans in the Civil War.
Stuff your face with Home Team Barbecue while watching the USC vs. UGA game.
Savor one of the last summer afternoons at the Bees Landing Rec Complex with an outside showing of The Croods. ().
End your Saturday with the gallery opening of The Spirit of Place: Traditions of the Agrarian Home in Barbados and the Lowcountry. The exhibition will be looking at traditions, architecture, and typographies of Barbados and the Southeast.
Sunday Who said Sunday has to be peaceful? Practice your bad ass-ery at a session of Mixed Martial Art with the Schola Saint George.
See live performances and fall previews for over three dozen arts organizations at the Fourth Annual OPEN Arts Expo.