Holiday Pub Tours by the Original Pub Tour of Charleston

Through Jan. 10, Holiday Pub Crawl: Time is running out to embark on the Original Pub Tour of Charleston’s 12th year of the Holiday Pub Crawl, taking groups on a walking tour through historic downtown Charleston to celebrate local food, flavor and fun all while raising money for MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital. Reserve your spot on one of three offered daily tours leaving from Tommy Condon’s Irish Pub throughout the holiday season and into the new year.
Nov. 27-Jan. 10. 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. $38/person. Original Pub Tours of Charleston.

Wednesday, Non-denominational Meditation Classes: Those looking for a New Year’s Resolution need look no further than the Charleston Tibetan Society, a nonprofit religious and education organization that is hosting a free non-denominational meditation class for those interested in learning more about meditation, ethical discipline and discerning wisdom, practices emphasized by Buddhist teachings and the Dalai Lama.
Jan. 6. 7-8 p.m. Free to attend. Charleston Tibetan Society. 12 Parkwood Ave. Downtown.

Everyday in Jan., Museum Mile Month: Some of Charleston’s most popular cultural sites will once again come together for Museum Mile Month, giving those with a pass access to 13 participating sites throughout the entire month of January. Learn about the history and culture of Charleston while visiting an array of museums in an order that best fits your own schedule. Participation and hours of operation are subject to change due to pandemic concerns.
Jan. 1-31. Various times. $35/adult; $10/children. Charleston Museum Mile. Various Locations.

Starts Jan. 11, Charleston Marathon: The Charleston Marathon is celebrating its 11th anniversary in 2021 with a new way of running the 26-mile race. Run on your time, in your own space, with a 10-day, virtual marathon. The move is in light of the ongoing pandemic, but is also providing the opportunity for more people to be able to participate in the marathon. Register online. Jan. 11-21. $50/registration. Charleston Marathon. Virtual.

Starts Jan. 7, Charleston Restaurant Week: The South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association announced its newest installment of Restaurant Week will be held over 11 days this January, giving foodies and all plenty of chances to ring in the New Year with discounted dishes from some of Charleston’s best area restaurants. Many participating restaurants are offering their menus to go in light of the ongoing pandemic.
Jan. 7-17. Prices vary.

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