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Last month, we asked readers to submit their children’s drawings, doodles or paintings of their favorite Lowcountry setting or landmark for a chance to be featured in Charleston's Choice 2021.

The "Hands to Heritage" Sweetgrass Baskets of Peace event was held at the Charleston Visitors Center September 21. Sweetgrass Baskets woven by master weavers in Rwanda and the Lowcountry of South Carolina were revealed on the day observed as “International Day of Peace” by the United Nations…

People flocked to Folly Beach and fireworks stands to celebrate Independence Day Sunday July 4th. By mid-morning traffic was backed up over an hour to reach the beach on Folly Road and fireworks stands were expecting to sell out earlier than last year.

The town of Sullivan's Island celebrated Independence Day a day early with their annual parade on Saturday July, 3, 2021. Residents dressed up their golf carts and bikes for a ride down Middle Street ending with a celebration at Sullivan's Island Elementary School with food trucks sponsored …

Looking for things to do this summer? Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum is a trip into the past that is suitable for all ages. The USS Yorktown aircraft carrier offers a chance to get up close to exhibits, aircraft and artifacts spanning WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War.

The First Annual Crosstown Classic Basketball Tournament was held at Hampton Park on Saturday June 19, 2021 in Charleston. Organizers, Tee Young and Preston White, arranged the tournament as a way to bring the East and West sides of the city together and provide a nice evening for the commun…

The Augusta GreenJackets had "Bark in the Park" as one of their promotional themes for their June 13 game, held in SRP Park. That meant an invitation for fans to bring their dogs along for the game, which turned out to be a 4-2 comeback victory over the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 

Purim, the celebration of the survival of the Jewish people, was celebrated as a safe distance this year at the The Center for Jewish Life with a drive-though Purim Parade.

The Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission hosted a fairy house festival on Jan. 23 at Palmetto Island County Park. The outdoor event had a storytelling tour with the Charleston Public Library, selfie scavenger hunt, food trucks and of course, fairy house building. 

Charleston County Parks Holiday Festival of Lights, held at James Island Park, will continue each night from 5:30 - 10 p.m. through December 31, 2020.