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What To Do In Charleston The Weekend of November 20th

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This weekend you have a lot of options to get you in a festive mood! Check out what Charleston has to offer to get you up and get you out to enjoy these cool temperatures.

24th Annual: Feeding of the Multitude

This Saturday Rev. Matthew Jeffcoat of Agape ministries and other local churches will be Feeding the Multitude in a celebration of Thanks. The event is in its 24th year and the goal is to build a spiritual foundation, fellowship, and help those in need. Gently used clothing and toys will be passed out and a hot meal will also be served. It is happening in downtown Charleston at Philip Simmons Park. The event is this Saturday from noon to 3 pm and it is free. You can help by donating clothing, $10 for food or by volunteering your time.

Celebrity Chili Cook-off & Oyster Roast

Come out to vote for your favorite local celebrity's chili this Saturday at the 16th Annual Celebrity Chili Cook off and Oyster Roast at the Citadel Football Stadium. Live 5 News will be there competing with several anchors representing our station. There will be family friendly activities, an Adoption Area, live music, and games. The Cook off is being put on by the Charleston Animal Society and every dollar raised at this event goes to treat injured and ill animals. The cook-off starts at 1 p.m. and ends at 5 p.m. Cost of admission is $25. 

Disney On Ice, Let’s Celebrate

Disney on Ice is coming to North Charleston this weekend for their "Let's Celebrate" Tour. The show is bringing a colossal party on ice to the North Charleston Coliseum. Audiences are invited to make an ordinary day extraordinary. Mickey and Minnie, the princess and the frog.. and many more characters from your favorite Disney movies will be there. Tickets start at $15 and can be purchased online.

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