The days are getting longer, hotter, and a lot more expensive. Ever notice how fun stuff costs money? Have no fear, free stuff is here. And all week, too. From live music to pop up art shows, this week has plenty of zero-dollar events to help you cool off. Now if they could just make those little paper fans out of cash...
Check out the last day of this exhibit which displays works of art made by kids ages 8-14 in an after school program, so keep cool at the Charleston County Public Library.
The kids have been out of school for just about a week now, are you tearing your hair out yet? Ages 8 and up can attend this two-day football workshop and give you some time to rest.
Pick up some local food while trying some locally made dishes at Farmers Market at Freshfields Village.
Hang out at the Tattooed Moose and take in some bluegrass, folksy music.
The six mayoral candidates will duke it out over local arts initiatives with questions fielded by local arts leaders.
Sang-Mi Yoo: Capriccio – This art exhibit is based on architectural designs and what the ideal home means.
Summerville is celebrating National Tea Day by trying to break the Guinness World Record by making 1,400 gallons of sweet tea, so be sure to have a glass when the massive mix is ready.
Catch National Treasure at Starlight Cinemas Outdoor Movies.
Waylon & Mackenzie have an Americana, punk vibe. Check them out at The Mill in North Chuck.
There's a new exhibit, Fluent, at The Vendue with 40 artists, curated by Robert Lange Studios. Check out the opening reception from 6-8 p.m.
Head to the Cocktail Club for some complimentary whiskey tastings, but stay for the discounted specialty cocktails.
Curious about the artistic process? Watch Karen Larsen Turner paint at Wells Gallery.
BLU Bar is hosting Soul Fish Duo on Folly Beach.
Head to a yoga class and potluck at the beach, make sure to bring your own mat.
Local vendors will come together with face painting and pony rides for the kids, and silent auctions and beer and wine for adults.
Learn how to pass along family history through tales everyone can remember and love.
Nothin' says Sunday funday like Ben Fagan and Holy City Hooligans on Folly Beach.
Black Tap Coffee is hosting Morgan Cole and her fashion-inspired art for one day only.
Known for their incredible view, the Rooftop Bar has live music and offers their signature cocktails every Sunday.