2017 Summer Youth Entertainment Series at James Island County Park
Need something special to do with your youngest family members this summer? Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission is offering yet another exciting Summer Entertainment Series at James Island County Park. The series is designed to give kids a fun-filled opportunity to visit our parks and enjoy some great entertainment.
Advance: $4 per child. Click here for Advance registration ends at midnight on the day before each event.
Day of: $5 (if available)
Chaperone/Parent: Free with child admission (Chaperone to child ratio – 1:8)
Ages 2 & Under: Free
Magic By Chaz
Chaz will join us from Minnesota with his magic show that will mystify all. June 7 at James Island County Park.
Birds of Prey
This presentation will feature birds from all around the world. June 14 at James Island County Park.
Capoeira of Charleston
Capoeira is a blend of martial arts, game, and dance originating in Brazil. This show is both dynamic and energetic, and is set to traditional music featuring authentic Brazilian songs and instruments. June 21 at James Island County Park.
Wo’Se African Dance
Discover the art of African dance and enjoy a traditional African dance performance accompanied by the rhythmic music sounds of traditional African drumming. June 28 at James Island County Park.
Beach Finds with the South Carolina Aquarium
Come learn about the amazing critters we can find right here on our beaches! We’ll show you some common beach finds and you’ll even get to meet live animals that call the beach habitat home. July 5 at James Island County Park.
Friends of Coastal South Carolina
This exciting presentation about snakes, turtles, and alligators that live in the Lowcountry will be fun for your entire group. July 12 at James Island County Park.
Turtles by the City of Charleston
The turtles are invading the park, so crawl out of your shell and prepare for this reptilian experience! July 19 at James Island County Park.
Atlantic Coast Theatre for Youth
Traveling from Florida, this entertaining duo will be performing The Tortoise and The Hare…The Musical. Aesop’s fable gets a fun updated twist in this musical performance with an anti-bullying message. July 26 at James Island County Park.
Sharon Cooper-Murray joins us for this exhilarating show as we prepare to travel through time and experience stories of the Gullah people in their native language. August 2 at James Island County Park.
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