Time for another exciting weekend! There's plenty to keep you occupied in the Lowcountry this weekend. Run a 5k, learn about music, watch ancient games, listen to bagpipers, and more.
On Saturday, September 20th, Chamber Music Charleston presents the Little Mozart Circus in Marion Square. From 8:30am-1:30pm, families will have the opportunity to watch a variety of mini-performances, participate in interactive performance opportunities, and learn about local music-based educational opportunities.
The 43rd annual Scottish Games and Highland Gathering takes place on Saturday from 9am-5:30pm at Boone Hall Plantation. Athletic competitions will feature demonstrations of brawn like the sheaf toss, the stone of strength, and the caber toss. Cchildren’s activities will include a Scotch egg relay, face painting, storytelling, and a bounce castle. There will be music from Scottish-themed bands, a piping and drumming competition, and a Scottish dance exhibition.
To kick off its annual Fright Nights Boone Hall presents the Running Scared 5K this Sunday from 12-3pm. Register as a zombie or a runner. Runners will not be timed, but they WILL have to dodge hordes of feasting zombies attempting to steal their life flags. Zombies will receive a gory makeover and acting class. Spectator tickets are also available.
It's six months until we deck ourselves out in all manner of shamrockery! Molly Darcy's would like you to join in their 4th annual Halfway to St. Patrick's Day party on Saturday beginning at 12pm. Festivities will include live music, bagpipes, step dancers, giveaways, and prizes. There will also be a special menu that includes corned beef and cabbage. Yum!
If you're looking for a more laidback event this Sunday, check out the Carolina Green Fair at James Island County Park from 12-6pm. See how businesses stay green at exhibitor booths, participtae in the Re-Trends clothing swap, and learn how to make eco-friendly meals. There will also be an eco-carnival featuring an inflatable slide, a jump castle, mechanical bull rides, and interactive demos from the S.C. Aquarium and Reptile Innovators.