From foot-stomping concerts and family friendly activities to mouthwatering food and southern living celebrations, this month is jam-packed with exciting events. It was hard for us to narrow it down to just six, but we did the best we could. See for yourself!
Nighttime at the Museum – June 3
June marks the end of the school year for most, but that doesn’t mean the educational fun has to come to an end! Head out to the Charleston Museum on Friday, June 3 from 6 to 8 p.m. for an evening of exciting scavenger hunts, crafts, demonstrations and nighttime snacks. Reserve your spot today — and don’t forget to bring your flashlight!
These aren’t your average sand castles. Hosted at Isle of Palms, this annual sand sculpting competition is open to everyone. Divisions include children (14 + under), young adults (15-20), family (at least 1 adult and 1 child/young adult) and adult (21 + up). Register today or come out and admire these sand-inspired creations!
Party in the Park – Every Tuesday in June *Bonus: Sabal is a sponsor!
Right after the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market wraps up, this event is just getting started! Hosted by 103.5 WELZ, this free concert series showcases some of the best up-and-coming talent around. Make your way to Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park every Tuesday this month — and be sure to stop by our Sabal Homes tent for giveaways!
Southern Living Live: 50th Anniversary Celebration – June 10-12
From Gullah and home and garden tours to a dinner series and a waterfront concert, this Southern Living 50th anniversary weekend manages to bring together the best of the Lowcountry in three fun-filled days! Mark your calendar and join in this celebration of all things southern.
Spoleto Festival Finale + Beer Garden – June 12
The Spoleto Festival is coming to a close, but there is still more fun to be had! As part of the grand conclusion to this world-renowned arts festival, the Middleton Place will play host to the 2nd Annual Beer Garden, complete with local beer, food, music and a spectacular fireworks display. Don’t miss out! Learn more today.
Honey Moon Dinner – June 19
When June’s full moon dips low in the sky with a warm glow (known as a Honey/Mead Moon), it’s a signal to harvest fruit in Native American cultures — and it’s a southerner’s excuse to host a delicious, farm-fresh summer dinner! Join Chef Buck at the Organic Farm, and adjacent Honeybee Sanctuary, for a one-of-a-kind dining experience this month at Middleton Place.