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Battle of the Palmetto
Battle of the Palmetto, will be an opportunity to network, enjoy a beautiful Saturday. Yes cornhole! It happens to be a growing sport amongst adults coast to coast. Cornhole is becoming one of the most easiest activities to learn to play, so it does not limit participation. .
When: Sat, May 30th 4p 8p
Where: Olde Village Circle, 1049 E. Montague Ave, N. Chas
Local Tourist Day
Come and be a tourist in your own town. Join the Summerville Jaycees for Local Tourist Day! Did you know that there are over 700 buildings in Summerville on the National Registry of Historic homes/buildings? Come and be a tourist in your own town.
When: Sat, May 30, 10 a.m.
Where: Cuthbert Community Center at Azalea Park
 
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"Out to Lunch with the Conservancy'
Come go out to lunch with the Conservancy. Round out the workweek with food trucks, games and a relaxing lunch. The Charleston Parks Conservancy invites you to grab some friends and co-workers or bring the kids out for a lunchtime event.
When: Fri, May 29th 1130a -2p
Where: Hampton Park, Charleston
 
Heist, Heist Baby
A Priest, a Rabbi, and a Clown Walk into a Bank ... Your challenge will be in keeping up with the number of criminals, corpses, and volunteer audience cast members willing to take a crack at the craziest characters where the audience is the star.
When: Sat. May 30, 8:30 p.m.
Where: 164 Church Street, Charleston
 
Children's Discovery Tour: Archaeology Afternoon
Want to be an archaeologist for the afternoon? Children's Discovery Tours are designed to highlight parts of Charleston's history for kids and include a craft project or activity. These programs are for children ages 5-10 to learn all about artifacts and do a mock dig.
When: Tues, June 2nd 330p-5p
Where: 48 Elizabeth Street, Charleston
 
Intro to Stand Up Paddleboarding
This fun and relaxed class will get you started with instruction on safety and the proper paddling technique that will allow you to progress comfortably at your own pace. Come out and learn paddle boarding! It's suitable for lakes, marshes, and ocean coasts.
When: May 30, 10a-Noon
Where: James Island County Park, Charleston
 
Night Climbing
Enjoy an evening under the stars at The Climbing Wall, and try your favorite route from a different perspective.
This climbing wall is located at the Lowcountry tallest outdoor climbing facility. The wall offers challenges for every climber.
When: Thurs, May 28th 5p-10p
Where: James Island County Park, Charleston
 
Haunted Ghost Tour on the USS Yorktown
Come aboard the USS Yorktown. This approximately 90 minute guided tour will walk you through a haunted, historical journey in which you will hear about the heroic sacrifices and the ghosts that have been reported to haunt the USS Yorktown.
When: Sat, May 30th 930p
Where: Patriots Point
 
Sounds of Summer: Permanent Vacation
This is the Second in a 5-band concert series. Bring the family, blankets, lawn chairs and dancing shoes! Sit back and enjoy the sounds of Permanent Vacation.
When: May 29, 6-9 pm
Where: Crowfield Golf Club
 
NEXT WEEK: World's Largest Iced Tea
Enjoy the music, dancing in the street, sweet local treats and more. The event will be hosted by the Town of Summerville in the making of the large glass of iced sweet tea.
When: Wed, Jun 10th 5p 8p
Where: Downtown Summerville

Brooks Finneseth, Marketing Consultant for The Gazette and The Summerville Journal Scene
I'm looking forward to "The Sounds of Summer" in Goose Creek. This has become an annual rite of summer for a relaxing, family-friendly, free entertainment option. This week's concert will be "Permanent Vacation," which is right up my alley. I've been trying to explain that concept to our publisher. Permanent Vacation will be from 6-9 at 300 Hamlet Circle in Crowfield Plantation but the new thing this year will be that these concerts will move around Goose Creek, including the Green Barn at Carnes Crossroads and Dogwood Park. Bring your chair or blanket, let the kids play and listen to some great music all for free! Perfect.

 
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