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Freeloaders: Full of Free Cheer

The week’s best freebies Dec. 22-28

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Don't let the rain ruin your holiday cheer. We've still got three days of Hanukkah, Christmas, and the start of Kwanzaa to be joyful about it. We'll be decking the halls, eating latkes, and lighting candles for Kwanzaa all week, well, when we're not getting our free events on.  

Monday It's going to be a busy week, which is all the more reason to start it off with some meditation.

And once you've got your zen in balance, get in some laughs at The Sparrow's weekly comedy night.

Still have some last minute gifts to grab? Head to the Smith Street Pop-up Shop.

Tuesday Another day, another comedy night. This time it's at Joe Pasta.

Americana musician Ryan Bonner plays at Blind Tiger.

Test your random knowledge at Cutty's trivia night.

Wednesday  Celebrate the end of Hanukkah by throwing down at Blind Tiger's customer appreciation night.

Unity Church of Charleston will host a candlelit concert featuring Bobby Alvarez.

Thursday Need to escape from all the family time? We understand. Both Blind Tiger and Upper Deck Tavern have DJs spinning some vinyl to help you dance away some relational stresses.

And if you haven't made it to see the tree in Marion Square, what better day than today.

Friday It's the first day of Kwanzaa.

Jam out to the Stilettos at the Sand Dollar.

Or if you prefer more of a funky. Motown vibe head to Surf Bar for Square One.

DJ D!Z spins some old school jams at Blind Tiger.

Saturday It's your last chance to see Melinda Mead Scharstein's exhibit from/here at the George Gallery. 

Start your morning with a free workout in Park Circle.

Sunday Get some free laughs and some free pizza at Tin Roof's monthly open mic comedy night.

Get your swing (dance) on at Prohibition.

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