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The week's best freebies, Nov. 18-24

November seems to be one of those months. You have the best intentions not to spend too much money over the weekend, but then it's Saturday night and you just bought the whole bar shots — for the fifth time. Well, here's to a week of mooching. Hit up these events for a memorable time that’ll leave a lasting impression on everything but your wallet.

Monday Fan of conspiracy theories? Who isn’t. The Charleston County Public Libraries are presenting films on the JFK assassination this week. Head out with your best tinfoil hat. Start with the 1967 film The Plot to Kill JFK: The Rush to JudgementExecutive Action shows on Tuesday. If it’s drama you want then you might want to hit up the next screening, In the Line of Fire. Interview with the Assassin shows on Thursday. On Friday you can catch the film JFK, fulfilling all your Kennedy needs in one week.

Tuesday It's a Mango Premiere kind of day, which celebrates the launch of a program that'll teach foreign languages through visual cues and other methods.

Take part in National Memory Screening Day, and screen yourself against Alzheimer's where healthcare professionals will screen your memory.

If you’re a connoisseur of the finer things in life then the Windy Hill Cider Night is prime time to sample some succulent ciders.

Wednesday Something about cookies and turkey and stuffing and casseroles and pies and all those yums makes the holiday weight gain so easy. The In Good Health Discussion Series could help keep you in check.

If you’re looking for a Poindexter shindig, then the Book Release Party with Kwame Alexander celebrating his new novel He Said, She Said is the place for you.

Thursday The holiday season means more parties — whoop, whoop. Hit up Chanel Holiday Girls Night Out at Copper Penny to get some makeover tips.

If you want a horrific story of what happens when humanity tries to genetically alter nature and you’ve already watched Jurassic Park twice this week then GMO OMG is your flick.

Friday You’ve seen them, the scraggly beards and tangled mustaches. No, not the hipsters. No shave November is here and you can celebrate it at the November Mustache Bash.

If you want to check out some neat art this week, but the price of a museum would put a dent in your Christmas gift fund then check out Some of Us.

Saturday Hiker? Adventurer? Lazy and want to live vicariously through other's awe-inspiring stories? Spend an Evening with Jennifer Pharr Davis to hear National Geographic’s 2012 adventurer of the years stories.

Sunday Here’s an easy sanity quiz. Do you love popsicles? Duh. The Great Charleston Pop-Off is this Sunday. Help King of Pops celebrate its third season in Charleston with games music and a popsicle eating contest.

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