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Weekend Round-Up: Turkey jerky

The best events in Charleston, Nov. 23-25

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I am thankful for weekends like these, when there isn't much going on, so the Weekend Round-Up is very easy to put together. But if you're in town and looking to get away from your relatives, we've got you covered.

Most people will have shopping on the brain. Then again, most of them will have it done by 10 a.m. on Friday. We've got our round-up of Black Friday sales here, and don't forget that its Small Business Saturday on Sunday. No, duh, obviously that's on Saturday.

And now that Thanksgiving has passed, you can officially start obsessing over Christmas without coming off as a total psycho. Rejoice! Spread some holiday cheer at Freshfields Village Holiday Festival, the Holiday Market at Middleton Place, A Spiritual Christmas, or the ongoing Holiday Festival of Lights and Holidays at the S.C. Aquarium.

Daniel Tosh will be in town to make fun of all our foibles, and he's got a lot to choose from. Meanwhile, Theatre 99 has a full schedule with Theatre 99 Improv Jam, The Have Nots!, and This is Chucktown!, and the Tin Roof has its Open Mic Comedy Night.

Wash down all that turkey by slurping some oysters at the Friends of McLeod Benefit Oyster Roast and Silent Auction or the Roast on the Coast. Danielle Howle's playing at one too.

Work off the week's gluttony at Burn the Turkey Off, a free yoga class at Holy Cow.

The South Carolina Stingrays have games on Saturday and Sunday.

Next Fall finishes up at PURE, and Charleston Acting Studio has Over the River and Through the Woods.

Assemblage artists Hirona Matsuda and Nina Garner pair up for Small Spaces at Greenway Studio.

And signed books make great gifts. Get Tart Love autographed by Holly Herrick, or see Thomas McQueeney.

Enjoy your leftovers!

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