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So, what do you get when you drop thousands of Easter eggs out of a helicopter in the middle of an open field? The coolest egg hunt in the history of ever, duh.
The Charleston Egg Drop is the name of the game, and the organized egg hunt fun doesn't end there. We've got the connect to The Post and Courier and the City of Charleston's Easter activity round-ups, and the Charleston City Paper's weekend round-up has some additional Easter happenings to boot.
As far as non-Easter events go, there's a free movie in Marion Square lined up for Friday night. Playing this week is the unrated documentary Ghost Bird. It might be a little soggy out, but hey, a free film is a free film.
In honor of Earth Day and to bring awareness to the modern cloth diaper, parents all over the world will come together on April 23rd to set a Guinness World Record for the most cloth diapers changed simultaneously. To take part, head out to the Felix C. Davis Community Center in the middle of Park Circle in North Charleston.
In other Earth Day news, Circa PR and Tout Models and Talent have organized the first ever Charleston Eco Fashion Event to showcase independent fashion designers that are making strides to support and embrace responsible philosophies.
Your favorite hip-checking, booty-blocking warriors, the Lowcountry HighRollers, are hosting the Upstate Roller Girl Evolution at The Citadel's McAlister Field House on Saturday night.
Get shagging on the Folly Beach Fishing Pier this Friday night from 7 to 11 p.m. at the first Moonlight Mixer of the 2011 season. Weather permitting, that is.
If you're a fan of American roots music, The Greater Park Circle Film Society will be screening a documentary that's right up your alley on Saturday night. Awake My Soul: The Story of the Sacred Harp is a feature documentary that explores the history, music, and traditions of Sacred Harp singing, the oldest surviving American music.