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Weekend Round-up: Eternal Sunshine of the Charleston Mind

The best events in Charleston Feb. 6-8

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If six more weeks of winter means sunshine and temperatures close to the 70s, we'll take it. And you best believe we'll be out frolicking all weekend to soak up that vitamin D, from art openings to oyster roasts, birthday parties, and even an early Mardi Gras celebration.

Friday Wish 82 Queen a happy 33rd birthday with oysters, cocktails, and bluegrass music.

It's the last weekend to see PURE Theatre's Glengarry Glen Ross.

Start your weekend off with some art and wine at First Fridays. Be sure to hit up the Gibbes' Art on Paper at The Vendue and Robert Lange Studios 10th anniversary exhibit Ten while you're being all artsy.

The S.C. Aquarium hosts an oyster roast to help raise money for their Good Catch initiative for sustainable seafood.

Prepare for a smackdown at WWE Live: Road to Wrestlemania.

Saturday Grab the kids and head to Brittlebank Park for STEM Festival. Math and science is cool, kids.

IOP wants to show your fur babies some love too and Doggie Day. Get your pup vaccinated, your dog license for the beach, and even a picture taken with your best friend.

Sip some wine while you shuck oysters at Irvin~House Vineyards.

Bacon and Bourbon go together like peanut butter and jelly. Try it out for yourself at the Memminger Auditorium tonight.

Saturdays call for pancakes, and if the fluffy breakfast treats go to a good cause, well, that's even better.

The Barbeque Joint in Park Circle is celebrating its seventh anniversary with a jump castle, hot rods, and, of course, barbecue.

It's Drink Small's 82nd birthday and Home Team is throwing him a part. You don't have to drink small to help celebrate with the blues legend.

Get a head start before Fat Tuesday on Feb. 17 at the Mystic Krewe of Vieux Do Mardi Gras Pub Crawl.

Chamber Music Charleston is all about the bass-oon at its concert at Woolfe Street Playhouse.

Sunday The weather folks say it's going to be 70 degrees on Sunday, which means it's perfect temp for some Second Sunday fun.

One-man band Oklahoma Car Crush stops by the Tin Roof.

End the weekend with some veggies at The Park Cafe's special Veggie Dinner.

The Duke a cappella group the Pitchforks stop by the Circular Congregational Church – a ca-hellya.

Help raise money for PURE Theatre while enjoying the yummy eats from The Macintosh's Jeremiah Bacon.

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