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Flag Day events across the Lowcountry

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Today is National Flag Day and there are several events to help you celebrate across the lowcountry.

The Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum will host a ceremony to commemorate Flag Day featuring participants of the Knights of Columbus and Boy Scouts. It is free and open to the public and begins at 9am on the flight deck of the USS Yorktown.

The Fort Sumter National Monument is hosting events today outside its visitor education center in downtown Charleston. Visitors can learn about the heritage of the American and other flags. They'll also be able to design flags, learn how to fold a flag and send signal flag messages.

Holy City Brewing will hold its Second Annual Flag Day Burger and Beer Festival today. The festival starts at 4pm and ends at dusk at the Holy City Brewery in North Charleston. The event is family and pet friendly. Along with live music the event boasts other vendors including: Big Billy's Burger Joint, Charleston Beer Works, HoM Burger Boutique, Pawley's Front Porch,
Rita's Seaside Grille, Sesame Burgers and Beer, Triangle Char and Bar, Cannonborough Beverage Company, Coastal Craft, Cru, and King of Pops. Tickets are $10.

 

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