Thanksgiving Week In Charleston

Dated: November 21 2016

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Here are a few events going on this week around Charleston. 

How will you and your family spend the holiday weekend?

Wednesday 11/23

  • Holiday Festival of Lights

    • Every evening from Nov 11-Jan 1 at James Island County Park

Thursday 11/24

  • 39th Annual Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble

    • 9am at Marrion Square 

    • Proceeds benefit the Knights of Columbus

  • Wondering which restaurants are open and closed? Holy City Sinner has a list to help you!

Friday 11/25

  • Commute on King

    • Starting at 5pm, wear an ugly holiday sweater and ride your bike from Affordabike down King Street. A 30 minute slow ride ends with D’Allesandro’s pizza and beer back at Affordabike. The event is free and is meant to bring people together.

  •  A Motown Christmas

    • Friday at 8pm at Charleston Music Hall

    • Tickets range from $34.50-$54.50, and the show features hits from The Temptations, The Miracles, The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Wonder.

Saturday 11/26

  • Small Business Saturday

    • Start your holiday shopping by supporting local small businesses!

  •  Holiday Market at Middleton Place

    • Enjoy the open-air market on Friday and Saturday from 10am-4pm at Middleton Place

Sunday 11/27

  • A Ride for a Toy

    • From 9am-5pm at Palmetto Carriage Works, bring a new, unwrapped toy and receive a free carriage ride!

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