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Weekend Round-Up: Fat man in a jolly coat

The best events in Charleston Dec. 13-15

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There's only one time of the year when Friday the 13th gets completely overshadowed, and that time is now, otherwise known as the holiday season. This weekend is definitely more red suit than black cat, but we've still found some pretty awesome events for the weekend.

Friday Get pampered while you shop for Christmas gifts at the King Street Shop Walk event.

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Hit up the culmination of 82 Queen’s fall oyster roasts at their Oyster and Bubbles event.

If you’ve got a palate for rare wines then there’s a Pop-Up Wine Bar coming up that will have some rather difficult to locate wines.

Like parties? How about dungeons? Perfect, then you might want to hit up the Black Ice Masquerade hosted at the Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon.

Looking for some delicious dinners to send you into a food coma so you can skip the wintery cold? Look no further and head out to the Gullah Geechee Pop-Up Dinner.

Show off your muscle and help provide hormone medication to a transgendered girl at the Ladies Arm Wrestling Tournament.

Are the brown, woolly, vile, nauseating, smelly, eggnog-stained, kitten imaged sweaters you got from your in-laws lying dormant in your closet? Break out your yuletide monstrosities at the Ugly Sweater Tour.

Saturday Santa, shopping, baked goods, charity, and alcohol. Is there anything else you wanted from the Christmas season? Then the Avondale Holiday WinterFest is the shopping event for you.

Running can be painful. Running with bright festive powders covering your body so you look like something an elf pooped out is fun. The Run or Dye Charleston 5K Fun Run will have laughing while you wheeze over the finish line.

Build a gingerbread house while sipping on a marg at the Fuel Your Favorite Holiday Traditions.

Get in the holiday spirit at the Fiddle Tree festival at Deux Puces Farm.

Get lunch as well as a play about a group of parishioners who lose the lamb for their churches nativity scene at Play With Your Food Series: Retrieving the Lamb.

Tired of depressingly dark adaptations of all your comic book heroes? Go see them in their cartoon glory at the Taking Flight Comic Book Show.

Is there any Christmas gift more iconic than your first bike — besides ugly sweaters? Bikes, Brews, and BBQ looks to provide that memory to every child.

Run to help fight arthritis at the Jingle Bell Run event.

Find some antique Christmas gifts at the Village Antiques and Collectibles Holiday Market.

Sunday Do you like ukuleles, baby parades, and costumes? Then you’re going to love the V-tones Holiday Extravaganza.

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