02 Apr Spring Break “Happenings”
We’re all about celebrating life. Spring Break after Easter means kids off, families in town, and for some, recovery after hosting a large and beautiful Sunday Easter brunch. Enjoying time with guests, loved ones, and family holds many opportunities. Spring weather has finally sprung in Charleston and this is one of the busiest and most exciting weeks in our beautiful town. We’ve listed 6 popular “happenings” this week. Looking for more? Visit “Activities and Things To Do”!
The Volvo Cup, March 31- April 6th
The most exciting week of women’s tennis. Located on beautiful Daniel Island, grab some family or friends, and celebrate tennis in Charleston.
The 41st Annual Cooper River Bridge Run, April 7th
The downtown vibe after the run is truly electric, fun, and a great excuse for earned carbs and beer.
The Kiawah House Tour, April 6th
A fantastic way to get behind the gate and see some incredible homes and architecture on Kiawah Island. While there, might we suggest strolling Freshfields Village or enjoying an outdoor cocktail on the Grand Lawn of Kiawah Resort Sanctuary.
The 27th Annual North Charleston Cajun Fest
A big energy festival celebrating all things New Orleans! Zydeco music, crawfish, dancing and dining are found at James Island County Park on April 8th.
The Flowertown Festival in Summerville, April 6 – 8th
Displays the most beautiful flowers you can imagine. Find ideas and inspiration for your next centerpiece or colorful window boxes.
Second Sunday on King, April 8
This Sunday, eat, drink, shop, and be merry down King street. Please stop to say hi, and pick up your free Occasions Guide Magazine at @Vieuxtemps! Located at 180 King Street, Vieuxtemps is one of Charleston’s favorite destination gift & boutique shops.