Another Labor Day weekend has passed, but September has a lot more to offer in South Carolina. It’s a great time of year to spend time outdoors, to visit festivals or hang out with friends. This is also the month when the big arts event of the year kicks off in Charleston, yes, it’s time for the MOJA Arts festival.
Charleston Restaurant Week
Restaurant Week in Charleston takes place September 8-19, 2010, so it’s actually a little bit more than just your regular restaurant week event. Charleston has become a culinary mecca, so make sure to take advantage of the fixed price special during this event. Go here to read more about Charleston Restaurant week
Seafood, Jazz & Brew – Hilton Head Island, SC
Hilton Head Island has combined three of our favorite things – seafood, jazz and brew – into one extraordinary event. This event takes place on September 13 – 18, 2010. Get more details on our special events page for Seafood Jazz & Brew Festival.
Scottish Game & Highland Gathering
Come to Charleston to celebrate Scottish heritage and culture in this annual festival taking place on September 19, 2010. The festival offers everything from heavy athletics, to food and dancing.
Click here to read more about the Scottish Festival in Charleston.
Shaggin’ on the Cooper
Lowcountry radio personality Jim Bowers will keep your feet moving with the hottest oldies and beach music around on September 17, 2010.
Irish Italian Festival
North Myrtle Beach has created an unusual combination with this festival, but despite that this is a popular event drawing a crowd. This year the festival takes place on September 25, 2010.
Museum Mile Weekend
On September 25 – 26, 2010, you can get a special deal during the Museum Mile Weekend. You can purchase a special pass for this weekend which allows you to visit as many of the participating museums your feet can handle. Read all about how it works here – Museum Mile Weekend.
If you are two people and can only handle one museum visit, you can get free admission through the Smithsonian Museum Day to a few museums. Just check out the list of participating venues here.
Free Admission to National Parks
You guessed it. The free day is of course also on September 25, 2010. So unless, you can fly like superman between venues, it looks like you will have to choose between a Museum Day or a National Park Day. Here is the link to the Free Admission to National Parks for more info.
Read more about the festival on our special events page for the arts & crafts festival.
MOJA Arts Festival – Charleston, SC
This month the big arts festival in Charleston begins. MOJA Arts Festival takes place September 23 – October 3, 2010.
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