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#KidsJump is reserved just for the little ones, they can jump with kids their own age without the rustle and bustle of a bunch of other kids in the way.
Come join us for a morning of play! All caregivers are welcome to bring their children to our play area every Thursday morning from 9-12. Drop in whenever you would like to leave when you are done. Co-hosted by Postpartum Support of Charleston.
Join us every Thursday at 10:30AM for Storytime and an activity in our Children's Department. Perfect for children of all ages.
Come on out to this pet-friendly, community farmers market every Thursday in Sept and Oct at the IOP County Park to enjoy FREE PARKING, a variety of local vendors, kids activities, live music, food trucks and more... all just steps from the beach!
Light The Night is the Lowcountry's opportunity to gather as a community and celebrate lives touched by cancer. Funds raised support research for cures and patient support services. Please join us in our fight against blood cancers as we LIGHT THE NIGHT WITH HOPE. Your participation will help save lives!
For more information please contact Logan Furbee at 843-972-4771 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come out to the Main Street parking lot on Thursday, October 25th and celebrate Halloween with our fun agents and staff. We will have our trunks set up with treats for kids of all ages! This is a safe alternative to trick-or-treating. Dress in your best costume! We hope to see you there!
Come test your courage in St. Julian Devine Community Center's haunted house filled with rooms of thrills and chills from Sunday, October 21- Tuesday, October 30. The House of Terror is only open from 7-10pm each night and costs $3 per person to enter. Children ages 12 and under will need to be accompanied by an adult.
Nobel Laureate, John Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a portrait of the American spirit and a heartbreaking testament to the bonds of friendship. Set on a California ranch in the 1930’s, Of Mice and Men chronicles a few days in the lives of two migrant workers, George Milton and Lennie Small. While trying to make a better life for themselves in the desperate days of the Great Depression, they find work at last and with their earnings begin to dream of a ranch of their own.