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1. CHARLESTON BURGER WEEK
November 6th – November 12th | Citywide
Charleston Burger Week is back for its 4th year! Locals and visitors alike have the chance to sample the best burgers that Charleston has to offer. From grass fed, bison, black bean and more this is a tasty celebration you do not want to miss! A portion of all proceeds from each burger sold will be donated to Charleston Chefs Feed The Need.
2. WINTER WEATHER COCKTAIL CLASS
November 12th, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM | Hotel Indigo
A change in temperature requires a change in cocktails. Learn a few ways to add a little fall flair in your autumn cocktails. Certified cocktail experts, Taneka Reaves & Johnny Caldwell (Cocktail Bandits) will educate and empower you during this hands-on cocktail crafting experience. Each attendee will make and enjoy two craft seasonal cocktails, taste a variety of fall spirits and receive a brief history on the classic cocktail. Bites provided by Hotel Indigo.
3. PAWS ON THE PATIO
November 14th, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Burtons Grill
Guests are invited to bring their four-legged friends to enjoy an exclusive happy hour on the patio at Burtons Grill to benefit Charleston Animal Society. For only $25 per person, attendees will receive two drink tickets plus an appetizer buffet. Fidos, of course, are free! $10 per person will be donated to the Charleston Animal Society. Every Fido will receive his/her own party favor courtesy of Hairy Winston Pet Boutique!
4. FROZEN, Jr.
November 15th, 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM | Musical Theater Center
Come see the regional debut of the his musical Frozen, Jr. in Charleston! Musical Theater Center will be performing Frozen, Jr. 5 times the weekend of November 15th. Buy tickets ASAP because we foresee Elsa’s Ice Palace selling out every night.
5. GATHERING OF THE FORK & MUSIC FESTIVAL
November 16th, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM | Omar Shrine
The Fork is a gathering of local chefs and food trucks offering sample-sized portions of their culinary fare, ranging in price from $1 to $5. Our guests can have the opportunity to purchase as many tickets as you and your family would like and to sample as many of these delectable dishes as you care. It’s for a good cause, as a portion of the proceeds from Fork are donated to local food pantries and other charities.
November 16th, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM. | The Oaks at Towne Centre
Please join us as faculty and students from Philip Simmons High School unveil their Lowcountry-themed structure created out of full cans of food. Event attendees are encouraged to bring additional canned goods for donation and will enjoy food + snacks, live entertainment by Chance and Circumstance, a jump castle, face painting arts + crafts and more! Following the event, every can used in the sculpture will be donated to Lowcountry Food Bank.