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Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
Moscow Ballet's spectacular Great Russian Nutcracker is the must-see event this holiday season! Celebrate the beloved Christmas tradition with the whole family as forty world-class Russian artists bring this charming classic to life.
When: Wed Dec 24th, 12pm & 4pm
Where: North Charleston Center for the Performing Arts
Community Christmas Eve Service
Come join Grace Christian Fellowship on Christmas Eve at 5:30pm, for a community Christmas Eve candlelight service. Bring a candle to burn, and a new white towel or washcloth to give to One80place.org transitional housing rescue in Charleston.
When: Wed Dec 24th 5:30pm
Where: Hutchinson Square, Downtown Summerville
Santa Thank You
Celebrate the Season
Celebrate the Season is a holiday lights festival that keeps on giving, with all gate proceeds donated to charities serving Berkeley County.
When: Through Dec 30
Where: Old Santee Canal Park – Moncks Corner
Goose Creek Christmas Lakeside Light Display
Enjoy the spectacular light display, free of charge.
When: Through Jan 2nd 6-10pm
Where: Municipal Center—Goose Creek
Charleston City Night Market
If you didn't get exactly what you wished for for Christmas, head downtown to the City Night Market Thurs. - Sat., when the City's most popular public attraction transforms into a festive street fair.
When: Fri Dec 26th-Sat Dec 27th 6:30-10:30pm
Where: Charleston City Market
The Sound of Charleston
Come experience the unique sounds that define Charleston's rich musical heritage...gospel, Gershwin, music of the Civil War, light classics, & jazz..., all presented by professional artists in a live, unforgettable 75-minute concert.
When: Dec 26, 7pm; Dec 30, 7pm
Where: The Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting Street, Charleston
New Years Eve Party
Summerville Shag Club presents Jim Bowers as DJ under the Candlelight Pavilion to help you ring in the New Year. Come enjoy a prime rib dinner and stay to see the ball drop.
When: Wed Dec 31st , 7pm
Where: Summerville Country Club
2014 Holiday Festival of Lights
Let the spirit of the season embrace you as James Island County Park comes alive with illumination at Charleston's most beloved nighttime event!
When: Through Dec 31, 5:30-11:00pm
Where: James Island County Park
Charleston New Year's
This community celebration offers a non-alcoholic and family-oriented alternative program to celebrate the New Year in Charleston. This city wide, admission-free program has something wonderful for everyone.
When: Wed Dec 31st 4-10:30pm
Where: Marion Square-Downtown Charleston
NEXT WEEK: Polar Bear Plunge
The Dunleavy's Pub Polar Plunge has been around for 20 years and helped raise thousands of dollars for Special Olympics. The annual event has grown from just a few folks jumping in the chilly waters of the Atlantic to thousands of 'plungers.'
When: Wed, Jan 1, 1pm
Where: Dunleavy’s Pub- Sullivan’s Island

In the Know

Leslie Cantu, Editor
One of the best ways to shake off the dreary winter chill is to drink some hot chocolate while ohhing and ahhing over some Christmas lights. We've got so many great choices here in the Lowcountry, from the great display on James Island to 'Celebrate the Season' in Moncks Corner to the lights at the Goose Creek municipal center - not to mention all the great lights on my neighbors' houses! They definitely make driving home after dark more enjoyable!

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