Weekend Round-Up: Pre-turkey Gobbles 

The best events in Charleston Nov. 22-24

A feast is upon us. And while some may think the best way to prepare is to stretch you stomach, we think it's better to get out and enjoy the weekend. Plus, it's Charleston, so you know there's going to be some food related events if you want to stretch your stomach. Although, it'll take a lot of oysters to make any headway.

Friday During the summer, kite boarders speckle the sky over the beaches. See what it's like to compete at the top level in the documentary With a Kite that stars some of Charleston's own.

Redux has a new art opening that showcases industrial and found materials to evoke common, yet rarely noticed, components of the built environment. 

Get your daily dose of laughs and a sneak peek of who could perform during Charleston's comedy fest at the Semi-Finals of the Stand-Up Comedy Competition at Theatre 99

It's the last weekend to see The Birds at PURE Theatre. 

Saturday Weekends in November were made for Oyster Roasts. New Moon Pizzeria has one with Ben Fagan playing some jams. Or if you like your oysters with a side of chili and puppies, then the Joe is where you need to be for the 14th annual Celebrity Chili Cook-Off and Oyster Roast

Need some adventure in your life? Live vicariously through Jennifer Pharr Davis who holds the endurance record for both men and Women on the Appalachian Trail when she talks at the Backpacker. 

Happy first birthday to the Alley! Celebrate in disco style at the Studio 300 party and strike a pose — plus it benefits Be A Mentor.

Patch Whisky and Sean Williams host an open house at their studio in Park Circle. Oysters and Holy City kegs make it a p-art-y. 

Sunday Sometimes changing out of your pajamas is just too much. Now you don't have to. The Local 616 is hosting a slumber party with brunch, movies, and a DJ dance party later on.

Get your pop on at the Royal American. Free popsicles, mechanical bull, and jump castles at a bar? It's like a grown-up kids party. 

Hey, hey, hey. Bill Cosby and his sweaters are at the Performing Arts Center.

Want something more local? Head to the Tin Roof for its open mic comedy night.

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