Posted By Alan Donald @ Jun 1st 2020 1:00pm In: Events

Father's Day


33rd annual Blessing of the Fleet and Seafood Festival canceled

June is here and the weather is warming up after one of the most beautiful springs Charleston has had in recent years in terms of weather.  Many facilities and operations have been re-opening, with social distancing restrictions and guidelines intended to protect us from and minimize the spread of coronavirus and COVID-19. We can now dine inside most restaurants, many with outdoor spaces added. Most attractions and outdoor venues such as parks and beaches have opened to the public and are beginning to offer programmed activities and events in June. Some indoor art and museum venues opened in late May and others will be reopening in June. A number of entertainment and performing arts venues continue to offer virtual events but remain closed to the public for live performances until at least July or August. The school year has ended and summer camps and other recreational activities are also becoming available. June is also the month in which we celebrate World Environment Day (5th), Flag Day (14th), the Summer Solstice (20th) and Father's Day (21st) and when our hurricane season starts. So get out there and have some fun!

Check out our list of in-person June events below and be sure to confirm with the venues, organizers, or promoters before attempting to attend any of them as we are still in a dynamic period with cancellations, postponements and rescheduling due to COVID-19. Refer also to our April and May Event Blogs, linked here and here, for an array of virtual and safe-at-home activities, many of which are still available.

6/1-: Reopening, The Gibbes Museum of Art, downtown Charleston
6/2, 6/9, 6/16, 6/23, 6/30: Yoga Walk, Caw Caw Interpretive Center, Ravenel
6/2, 6/9, 6/16, 6/23, 6/30:  Essential Farm Goods Market, Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market Pavilion
6/3, 6/6, 6/10, 6/13, 6/17, 6/20, 6/24, 6/27: Early Morning Bird Walks, Caw Caw Interpretive Center
6/3, 6/10, 6/17, 6/24: Lowcountry Listens virtual performances, Gaillard Center, downtown Charleston
6/4: Starlight Yoga, Folly Beach County Park
6/5: World Environment Day 2020
6/6, 6/13, 6/20, 6/27: Intro to Stand Up Paddleboard, James Island County Park
6/7: Scouts Day at Whirlin' Waters, Palmetto Islands County Park, Mt. Pleasant
6/8-: Limited in-person reopening (curbside pickup), Charleston County Public Libraries
6/11: The Blood Connection Community Blood Drive, North Charleston Performing Arts Center
6/11, 6/25: Hops and Vines, McLeod Plantation Historic Site, James Island
6/12: Lighthouse Inlet Bird Walk, Lighthouse Inlet Heritage Preserve, Folly Beach
6/13: Alligator Adventure, Caw Caw Interpretive Center
6/14: Flag Day
6/14: Intro to Climbing, James Island County Park
6/15-: Resumption of competitive play of youth and adult sports leagues allowed, across South Carolina
6/17: Wine Down Wednesday, Old Towne Creek County Park, West Ashley
6/18: Carifest Virtual Summit - Caribbean American Connection 350 years, via Facebook Live
6/18: Summer Solstice Yoga, James Island County Park
6/20: Summer Solstice
6/20: Shaggin' on the Cooper, Mt. Pleasant Pier
6/20: Intro to Kayaking, James Island County Park
6/21: Father's Day
6/21: Inaugural Father's Day Teddy Bear Tea!, Wild Dunes Resort, Isle of Palms
6/23-6/26: Dawn Patrol: Adult SUP Surf Camp, Folly Beach County Park
6/23-6/28: Credit One Bank Invitational professional women’s tennis tournament, LTP Daniel Island via Tennis Channel’s (Re)Open Tour
6/25: Beginner Birding, James Island County Park
6/26: Reggae Nights Summer Concert Series, James Island County Park
6/26: 10th Annual Charleston Natural Hair Expo, Trident Technical College, North Charleston
6/27: Intro to Canoeing, James Island County Park
6/28: 32nd Annual Blessing of the Fleet and Seafood Festival, Memorial Waterfront Park, Mt. Pleasant
6/28: Intro to Surf Kayaking, Folly Beach County Park
6/28: SUP the Surf Zone, Folly Beach County Park

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