Fall Events In Charleston SC

Dated: October 27 2017

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Charleston is JUST now getting around to giving us some cooler "Fall" temps and it has been wonderful! All around the Lowcountry residents are starting to break out their boots and dust off the sweaters. We hope this weather is here to stay for a while! Many are drawn to relocate to our subtropical climate, with our Summers usually seeing an average of high 70's to low 80's, a Fall of high 50's to high 70's, an average of 47-52 degrees in Winter, and in Spring we circle back to an average of high 50's to low 70's as the blooms of the vibrant azaleas, dogwoods and many other flowers begin to blanket our beautiful city once again. Pictured above is a glimpse at the glorious sunflowers and sunrise over at our friends at Tallulah Flower Farm, which located a little north of Mount Pleasant in the more laid back, rural, fishing town of McClellanville. They bring a host of fresh flowers, bouquets, veggies, eggs and goods to theLand and Sea Market as well as all over the greater Charleston area. Make time to take a drive out to this beautiful farm and find some fresh flowers and goods. Or, if you're looking for that perfect country acreage a ways out from Charleston yet a short drive to all the things, this may be the place for you.

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Before You Put Up The Holly and Lights

It seems the Summer FLEW by, but before we head into the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, there are still a few more Fall things to do! If you're looking for fun, Fall activities for the whole family, here are a few things to do between now and Halloween this coming Tuesday!



Friday, October 27th 

Dead Celebrity Halloween Party - The Cocktail Club: dress as your favorite deceased celebrity, enjoy cocktails, prizes, music. 9:00pm.


Haunted Pub Crawl: (Oct 27-31) Groups escorted around downtown Charleston to several pubs and taverns while hearing haunted tales of our city's dark history. Hosted by The Original Pub & Brewery Tours of Charleston. Tour lasts about 2.5 hours, drinks for purchase. 4pm and 7pm daily. See admission on website.


"Hocus Pocus" at MUSC Health Stadium: See this favorite 90's flick with the family on Daniel Island. Food trucks, full bar, jump castles, dogs on leash welcome. Bring lawn chairs and blankets. Costumes encouraged. Tickets $5, and free for age 6 and under. Gates open at 5:30pm, film starts at 6:30pm.


"Sweeney Todd" A Musical Thriller(Oct 27-Nov 19) See this production of a classic musical tale of the bloodthirsty barber Sweeney Todd and his resourceful pie shop proprietress Mrs. Lovett at Woolfe Street Playhouse downtown Charleston. See website for tickets.


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Saturday, October 28th

Kia "Bark and Boo" - A Halloween Pet Party: Costume contests, prizes and fun. Dog or cat food donations for Charleston Animal Society's Pet Food Bank for admission. Kia Country of Charleston, Savannah Hwy. 11am - 1pm.


"Boo Fest at Workshop: Bring kids and pups for dog costume contest, photo booth, live entertainment, food, drinks and candy. 12pm - 3pm. No admission cost.


Fall Festival at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre: Family and pet friendly, jump castles, face painting, balloon animals, pet costume contest, vendors, food, candy, and music. 12pm - 3pm.


Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch and Coca-Cola Corn Maze: (Oct 28-31) Fun for all ages, pick out a pumpkin for purchase at the patch, hay rides, jump pillow, giant slide tower, tire climb and sand pit, rock climbing wall, corn hole toss, 8-acre corn maze and more. Boone Hall Plantation. Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 11am-6pm. See admission on website.


Boone Hall Fright Nights: (Oct 28-31) Celebrate Halloween with a creepy night of fright at Wicked Woods, Frightmare Factory, Zombie Town and Twisted Terror in 3D. Fri/Sat 7:15pm-Midnight. Sun/weekdays 7:15pm-10pm. See admission on website.


Halloween - A Charleston Arts Festival Finale: An extension of their successful "Jail Break" series, Charleston's best Halloween costume party at The Royal American downtown. Live music, live comedy, visual art, costume contest and more. 4pm - 11pm. See admission on website.


Tuesday, October 31st

"Treat Walk" at Park Circle: Fall family fun hosted by the North Charleston Fire Department and For The Exceptional in "Park Circle" area of North Charleston. 5pm - 8pm. Free admission.


IOP Halloween Carnival: Free carnival, fun for everyone! Isle of Palms Recreation Center, Isle of Palms. 5pm - 7pm. 


Ghostwalk: All are invited to dress up in costumes and meet in the Summerville Town Square for the annual Ghostwalk event, which includes 3 guided tours through the square, a hay ride, games, food and more. Hosted by the Junior Service League of Summerville. 6pm - 9pm. See admission on the website. All proceeds go to supply fund for Dorchester District 2 and 4 schools. Hutchinson Square. 

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Dan Lorentz

About Dan Lorentz, ABR, CRS, Founder & Team Leader of Greater Charleston Properties: Founder and Team Leader of the Greater Charleston Properties Team, Dan Lorentz, has lived in the Charleston, SC ....

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