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Calling all little witches, ghouls, princesses & superheroes: The Tanger SPOOKTacular on Saturday October 27th is where you'll want to be for Trick-or-Treating, and loads of fun for the WHOLE family, including Fido!
This year's event benefits Dorchester Paws animal shelter and features Pet Adoptions, Canine Costume Contest, Bearded Dogs & Ice Cream Team Food Trucks, Cauldron Crafts, Goblin Games, and of course LOTS OF CANDY for Trick-or-Treating!!
Trick-or-Treating for kids 12 and under will be from 1-3PM (while supplies last)! Just look for display decals on entrance doors of participating stores. Masks permitted for children age 12 and under.
Beginner Road Ride for all riders interested in learning about group bike rides. We will provide a ride leader who will lead you on the route, answer questions, and assist with mechanical issues. Learn about the rules of the road, how to ride in a paceline, and basic bike maintenance skills, including how to fix a flat tire! All rides start and end at the store. We will have post ride coffee and snacks.
Helmets are required. We highly suggest a front and rear blinking light.
Distance: 17 Miles
Pace: 14-16 mph
NO DROP RIDE - we will regroup if anyone has difficulties with the pace.
Road bikes are not required, but highly suggested.
Birds abound at Charles Towne Landing! With a mix of habitats, a wide variety of birds can be seen and heard at the park. From tiny marsh sparrows to grand wood storks, taking a walk around the site can reward the birding enthusiast with great sightings. Please join our birding partners of Wild Birds Unlimited as their staff introduce participants to the feathered inhabitants of Charles Towne Landing. Our walk will begin at the feeders in front of the Visitor Center as we focus on birds’ basic needs: food, water and shelter. As we walk, we will listen to and begin to identify bird calls. Next, we will talk about the distinguishing features which help us identify specific birds. Finally, we will present a brief overview of field guides and binoculars popular with birders.
#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.
One admission includes all attractions:
Pumpkins can be purchased by the pound.
Toddler Time is a great shared experience for child and parent. A time for your little ones to discover the joy of being active, bouncing under the supervision of their parents, and without interference from the big kids.
OPEN FRIDAYS 5-8, SATURDAYS 10-8. AND SUNDAY 1-6.
Whether you're a Big Kid who loves Halloween as much as we do or the Littlest Trick-or-Treater painting for the first time, you will receive a FREE Ceramic Pumpkin to Paint for showing us your Spooky Spirit!
All you have to do is come paint with us all decked out in your Halloween costume!
Ceramic paints easily wash out of most clothing and aprons are provided so no need to worry about ruining your Halloween attire.
We have No Age Limit
This is a Walk-In Event
Limit 1 Pumpkin with a Purchase, while supplies last.
Join us for a family-friendly exploration of the wonderful world of owls during our first ever Owl-o-ween!
Activities will include owl-specific crafts and storytelling and an ALL OWL flight demonstration.
Come get lost with us on our 14th Anniversary!
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays: September 28 - October 28, 2018
Fridays: 5-10pm | Saturdays: 11am - 10pm | Sundays: 1-8pm
Bring your dog, sip some wine and help out local pet rescues at the 12th annual Dogtoberfest: Dogs, Dine and Wine Pet Expo, presented by Charleston Animal Society. The event returns to Freshfields Village near Kiawah Island on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 1-5 p.m.
Enjoy free activities for the kids, including a bouncy castle, book swap, bubbles, hula hoops, rock painting, treats, and more! Also enjoy produce, eggs, local seafood, crafters, food trucks, entertainment, and more! Enjoy a variety of goods and services created and provided by amazing locals in your community!
For those brave enough, venture to Bishop ScreamLand, October 27th, 5-8pm! You won't want to miss this night of fright's Haunted Hallway, Monster Maze, and two Escape Rooms. There will be carnival games, food, a craft station and more! Ideal for students ages 9-15. Food and tickets for the attractions and games will be available for purchase by cash. 15 tickets for $10 and 6 tickets for $5. No parking fee! No entrance fee! Join us …. If you dare!!
Come join us for our annual Trunk or Treat / Costume Contest held at the Hanahan Amphitheater on October 27th 2018 at 6:00pm. We will also have a Movie in the Park right afterwards and will be showing Hotel Transyvania 2.
Calling all ghouls, goblins, ghosts and fairies, join us for Halloween fun at our 10th Annual Family Fright nights. This is a family friendly event full of entertainment for all ages where everyone is encouraged to come in costume! Games, treats, tons of candy, face painting, balloon twisting, hay maze, photo booth, costume contests, pony rides, & a fun house will all be part of the excitement. The popular Mad Scientist Lab is also back again this year and will be sure to fright and delight.
Fright Nights will Feature a milder version of our Spooky Train Ride from 6 - 7:30 pm. After 8:00 the Train ride will be for the more adventurous at heart.
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.