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Freeloaders: You Are Our Sunshine

The week's best freebies, April 7-13

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It seems like spring has finally sprung. And we can't wait to celebrate the turn toward warm weather with a week full of freebies.

Monday There’s a new generation of artists on the rise and the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art wants to show them off. See the fresh talent when you attend the free showing of the 2014 Young Contemporaries selected artists.

Nina Liu and Friends presents that is Michael Johnson’s silver/gelatin prints.

Tuesday CofC’s Addlestone Library will be showing a four-part film series documenting the Rwandan genocide. Inform yourself and watch this harrowing footage.

 Get your chuckle on at Cutty’s comedy night.

Wednesday Kill two birds with one stone when you head to Waterfront Park and the City Gallery at Waterfront Park. The Gallery is showing Standing Still in the Abstract. This exhibition features Mary Ann Prack’s focus on energy and emotion that can be found in stillness.

In case you haven’t heard, next week is College of Charleston’s third annual Sustainability Week. Hear world renowned author and speaker Dr. Vandana Shiva discuss his proposals on how to maintain a sustainable world at CofC Alumni Memorial Hall.

Swing dance like nobody’s watching with a free lesson and dance party at Prohibition.

Thursday Trivia and Karaoke are banding together to thoroughly entertain you with Trivioke at Kickin’ Chicken in Mt. Pleasant.

Sip some suds free of charge at a Total Wine beer tasting.

Friday Get centered on Center Street with Namaste Folly’s free yoga session and potluck.

Start the weekend off right, with some new jokes to add to your repertoire-after you see the On a Roll Comedy Show at Bushido.

Saturday

The Charleston Farmers Market opens back up for the season and is celebrating the beauty of locally grown produce with Plow to Chow.

Camp Breathe Easy at Burke High School is an educational and informative one day camp for asthmatic kids.

Recently laid off? Having trouble getting reacquainted with the job market? Seacoast Church understands that rut, and they’re having a series of conferences to help you get your soon-to-be-employed groove back.

Sunday Second Sunday on King, it’s ideal for dog watching, baby watching, and general Charleston amusement.

Combat pre-Monday stress with free mixed martial arts training at East West Health Arts.

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Celebrate the sixth anniversary of the Recovery Room with a field day-styled party.
 

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