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Weekend Round-Up: Something's brewing

The best events in Charleston, Feb. 24-26

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The biggest event this weekend is undoubtedly Brewvival. The fest can occupy all three days, from fringe events on Friday to the real thing on Saturday to Sunday, when you will surely be recovering from a hangover.

If you're not a fan of suds, there's plenty more for you today.

This marks the first Final Friday on Spring Street, with the Elliotborough shops coming together to present art, live music, and more.

The Gibbes has their Artistic Expression Community Day.

It's been a few days since Fat Tuesday, but that should stop you from attending the Carnival-inspired Brazil Bash or the Mardi Crawl on Shem Creek.

Get some Gullah at the Gullah Heritage Series or the Gullah Tour of Charleston (reservations are required for that one). 

Motorcycle your way to the Stingrays hockey game at the Lowcountry Harley-Davidson Bike Night.

Benefits this weekend include the Chase After a Cure Gala, the I Heart the ‘80s Benefit Bash, and Pork ‘n' Pearls.

St. George's Episcopal Church and the Evening Exchange Club host oyster roasts, while Lowcountry Animal Rescue has a dogmore stew festival.

Run for it at the 8K for H20 or the Race and Roast: 5K Trail Run and Oyster Roast.

Get a laugh at Blast Off?, Improv Smackdown, Improv Riot, or the Tin Roof's Open Mic Comedy Night.

See some of the best tunes from the Great White Way performed by the Broadway Boys.

The College of Charleston presents An Evening of Soap Opera, which has nothing to do with Days of Our Lives. Chamber Music Charleston will perform at St. John the Beloved Church and the Gibbes hosts A Musical Response to Jill Hooper: Contemporary Realist.

See Avenue Q, Last Train to Nibroc, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, or The Trip to Bountiful.

Dan Dickey, one of the founding artists of Tivoli, presents a solo show at My Phone MD of all places. Meanwhile, the CofC Visual Arts Club will sell work at their Cheap Art Auction.

Film buffs should flock to the Olde North Charleston Picture House to see documentarian's documentarian Errol Morris' latest Tabloid.

Spend some time with your dog at Doggie Day at the Rec on IOP or at Paws Go Red at James Island County Park.

It's felt so much like spring lately that you might as well get a head start on gardening at the Pruning Basics for Beginners.

The Charleston Irish Dance Club will be at Catalyst Creative Arts Studios with a free class for kids 4-18.  

Get a head start on next week's eating festivus with the Chefs' Feast.

Feeling blue? Keep that going at the Blueberry Jam.

And Major League Soccer comes to Charleston for the Carolina Challenge Cup. Kick their butts, Battery.

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