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There are so many fun family events going on in the Charleston area for the fourth. Here are just a few fun things that you and your family can do.

Come to Daniel Island and join friends and neighbors for the annual Fourth of July parade! Dress up your bikes, strollers and wagons in patriotic shades of red, white and blue, with streamers, flags and more. (843) 971-9200

The City of North Charleston is hosting a fantastic FREE July 4th celebration at beautiful Riverfront Park on Friday, July 4, 2008 from 3:00PM-10:00PM. Concerts and fun children’s activities take place throughout the afternoon and evening, concluding with a grand fireworks display over the Cooper River.

At Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant the 4th of July Blast kicks off at the Yorktown Aircraft Carrier and the pyrotechnics for this year’s fireworks display will be launched from the deck of the aircraft carrier YORKTOWN. Admission is Free for landside entertainment, Kidz Zone and fireworks.

Fireworks display at Folly Beach from the Ocean at dark. Enjoy playing on the beach before the fireworks, or fish off the Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier at Folly Beach. Restaurants, Restrooms available.

The AAA Five Diamond Award-winning Wentworth Mansion® and onsite restaurant Circa 1886 will host the second annual Fourth of July celebration on the lawn of the Wentworth Mansion on Wednesday, July 4th at 7:30 p.m. Festivities will begin with a buffet of Southern delicacies from Executive Chef Marc Collins, including braised Berkshire pulled pork sandwiches with mango rum barbeque sauce; Carolina peel n’eat shrimp; and grilled chipotle strawberry glazed Carolina quail. A solo jazz guitarist will provide entertainment during the dinner, after which guests will head to the historic mansion’s cupola for champagne and breathtaking views of the city’s popular fireworks displays that light the harbor and waterways.

The cost is $65 per person and includes a glass of champagne with the fireworks show, but excludes tax, gratuity and additional beverages. For reservations or more information, please call Circa 1886 at (843) 853-7828, or visit www.circa1886.com .

Celebrate this Fourth of July with views of the Charleston Harbor, delicious food, and live music on the Riverside Terrace. Give your grill a break and enjoy a barbecue dinner from Jim ‘N Nicks featuring pulled pork, baked chicken, potato salad, and more, dessert by Cupcake, cold refreshments by Pepsi, live entertainment by Lee Edwards Entertainment, and spectacular fireworks overlooking the Charleston Harbor courtesy of Patriots Point. Limited seating is available and guests are encouraged to reserve a space early. Tickets include beer, refreshments and food. Fri., July 4, 7:30-10 p.m. $55/adults, $25/children, (843) 577-FISH

The Isle of Palms fireworks will be shot over Front Beach starting at approximately 9:15. Get there early and be patient when leaving. No alcohol or littering are allowed on the beach.

Come to Daniel Island and join friends and neighbors for the annual Fourth of July parade! Dress up your bikes, strollers and wagons in patriotic shades of red, white and blue, with streamers, flags and more. (843) 971-9200

The City of North Charleston is hosting a fantastic FREE July 4th celebration at beautiful Riverfront Park on Friday, July 4, 2008 from 3:00PM-10:00PM. Concerts and fun children’s activities take place throughout the afternoon and evening, concluding with a grand fireworks display over the Cooper River.

At Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant the 4th of July Blast kicks off at the Yorktown Aircraft Carrier and the pyrotechnics for this year’s fireworks display will be launched from the deck of the aircraft carrier YORKTOWN. Admission is Free for landside entertainment, Kidz Zone and fireworks.

Fireworks display at Folly Beach from the Ocean at dark. Enjoy playing on the beach before the fireworks, or fish off the Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier at Folly Beach. Restaurants, Restrooms available.

The AAA Five Diamond Award-winning Wentworth Mansion® and onsite restaurant Circa 1886 will host the second annual Fourth of July celebration on the lawn of the Wentworth Mansion on Wednesday, July 4th at 7:30 p.m. Festivities will begin with a buffet of Southern delicacies from Executive Chef Marc Collins, including braised Berkshire pulled pork sandwiches with mango rum barbeque sauce; Carolina peel n’eat shrimp; and grilled chipotle strawberry glazed Carolina quail. A solo jazz guitarist will provide entertainment during the dinner, after which guests will head to the historic mansion’s cupola for champagne and breathtaking views of the city’s popular fireworks displays that light the harbor and waterways.

The cost is $65 per person and includes a glass of champagne with the fireworks show, but excludes tax, gratuity and additional beverages. For reservations or more information, please call Circa 1886 at (843) 853-7828, or visit www.circa1886.com .

Celebrate this Fourth of July with views of the Charleston Harbor, delicious food, and live music on the Riverside Terrace. Give your grill a break and enjoy a barbecue dinner from Jim ‘N Nicks featuring pulled pork, baked chicken, potato salad, and more, dessert by Cupcake, cold refreshments by Pepsi, live entertainment by Lee Edwards Entertainment, and spectacular fireworks overlooking the Charleston Harbor courtesy of Patriots Point. Limited seating is available and guests are encouraged to reserve a space early. Tickets include beer, refreshments and food. Fri., July 4, 7:30-10 p.m. $55/adults, $25/children, (843) 577-FISH

The Isle of Palms fireworks will be shot over Front Beach starting at approximately 9:15. Get there early and be patient when leaving. No alcohol or littering are allowed on the beach.

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