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Jun 09

Charleston

Angel Voices Ever Singing - Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

The King's Counterpoint's High Voices ensemble Cantores Charleston is excited to bring Charleston audiences Angel Voices Ever Singing - a concert event featuring music composed for soprano, alto and countertenor choir. Indeed, music to reach to the very heavens! This concert will span the centuries...

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Jun 10 - Jun 14

Charleston

Nature Trailers Summer Camp at the Dill Sanctuary

Surround yourself with nature at The Charleston Museum’s Dill Sanctuary, a 580-acre wildlife sanctuary located on James Island along the Stono River. Campers get down and dirty exploring a marsh ecosystem and tracking animals along the trail while learning about archaeology, life in a marsh, Native...

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Jun 11 - Jun 13

Charleston

2024 Summer Institute

Summer Institute (SI) is one of the top adolescent health conferences in the nation. Each year, hundreds of professionals gather to learn new information, network, share ideas, and discuss successes and challenges. We'll continuously be updating the agenda and speaker info as it's available, so be...
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Jun 12

Charleston

Kid Tours: Magnificent Megalodon

Have you ever found a gigantic shark tooth in the marsh or at the beach? It probably belonged to a megalodon! Learn about this gigantic prehistoric shark and create your own shark to take home. Kid Tours is a series designed to highlight artifacts from our collection that have fascinated children...

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Jun 13

Charleston

Nighttime at the Museum

Lights! Camera! Action! An evening of adventure awaits you at Nighttime at the Museum: Night at the Movies! Stop for pictures on the red carpet, then dive into history as it comes alive around you! Interact with figures from your favorite movies and history. Explore the Museum with special displays...

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Jun 15 - Jun 16

Georgetown Art & Wine Walk

The 2nd annual Georgetown Art & Wine Walk invites visitors to enjoy two days of living and interactive art displays, a juried 2D & 3D art exhibits, an open-air art fair, kids’ art projects, local artists painting live, street theatre performances, and live music. The fun is all along the historic...

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Jun 15 - Jun 16

Georgetown Art & Wine Walk

Join us June 15th & 16th in historic Georgetown, SC for the 2nd annual Georgetown Art & Wine Walk! Visitors are invited to enjoy living & interactive art displays, a juried 2D & 3D art, sculpture, and photography exhibits, an open-air art & artisan fair, kids’ art projects, local artists painting...

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Jun 17 - Jun 21

Charleston

Nature Trailers Summer Camp at the Dill Sanctuary

Surround yourself with nature at The Charleston Museum’s Dill Sanctuary, a 580-acre wildlife sanctuary located on James Island along the Stono River. Campers get down and dirty exploring a marsh ecosystem and tracking animals along the trail while learning about archaeology, life in a marsh, Native...

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Jun 19

Charleston

Kid Tours: Beautiful Bugs

Bugs come in all shapes, sizes, colors and patterns! Learn about the beautiful bugs in the Charleston Museum’s collections and design your own beautiful bug buddy! Kid Tours is a series designed to highlight artifacts from our collection that have fascinated children for years. Kid Tours meet every...

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Jun 21 - Jun 23

2024 Augusta Toy and Comic Convention fea. JoeFest

2024 Augusta Toy and Comic Convention featuring JoeFest returns for a 7th year! Over 230 vendors with collectible toys and comic books! Meet celebrities, artists, and popular content creators! Anime too! All under one 20,000 square feet at the downtown Augusta Convention Center!

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Jun 24 - Jun 28

Charleston

Nature Trailers Summer Camp at the Dill Sanctuary

Surround yourself with nature at The Charleston Museum’s Dill Sanctuary, a 580-acre wildlife sanctuary located on James Island along the Stono River. Campers get down and dirty exploring a marsh ecosystem and tracking animals along the trail while learning about archaeology, life in a marsh, Native...

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