Gobble wobble your way out of the house this holiday weekend. Sure, there’s tons of shopping to be had, but we’ve also rounded up some non-shopping and eating events.
Friday The Happy Happy Joy Joy event features a number of local artists at Cone 10 Studios for your shopping pleasure.
Browse vintage and new goods at the grand opening of Cavortress‘s first brick and mortar store. Sign in with Yelp
While your in Mt. P, stop by Town Center for the Day After Thanksgiving event to win one of six $500 gift cards.
Saturday Lowcountry Local First’s Shop Local Saturday highlights how purchasing from local owners can help the local economy, and encourages local spending in the wake of Black Friday.
If you want to see a Charlestonian Christmas tradition then hit up the Tree of Lights lighting.
Show off your No Shave November mustache on the Melvember site.
Nov. 30th wraps up the Women in Need Necessities Drive so make your donation before it ends.
Run off your Thanksgiving gut for a cause at the 5K run/walk for literacy.
This weekend kicks off the Freshfields Village Holiday Festival.
Party like it’s 1776 — or at least the staff at the Powder Magazine will look like they are — at the Auction of Colonial Era Reproductions.
This weekend is all about excess and being a glutton. Hit up Morgan Creek Grill’s Oyster Roast to keep it going.
Sunday Join the Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program for the 9th annual Chanukah in the Square celebration. Matzel!
The Friends of McLeod Oyster Roast is this Sunday and includes barbecue, hot dogs, desserts, and a silent auction.
It wouldn’t be Christmas time without the Holiday Parades. Hit up Downtown’s this this Saturday.
Enjoy a nice plate of lasagna at the Italian Fundraising Dinner.
Get hype for the Old School Wrestling Championship.
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