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Garden & Gun Jubilee 

When: Dec. 6-8 2013
Price: Varies by package
Sure, the queen waits 25 years for a jubilee, but Garden & Gun decided not to wait that long to celebrate in jubilee-fashion. The Charleston-based magazine is hosting its first Made in the South Weekend, which basically means a lot of food, drinking, and partying. “We have a load of local companies, and many people on hand have been featured in our magazine,” says Sterling Eason, the magazine’s director of corporate communications. “[It’s] the ultimate engagement for our readers.” Purchase a one-day ticket for $85 or a three-day pass for $225 and roam the Made in the South Marketplace. Other tents include the Southern Pantry for food and drink items, the G&G Sports Shop for Southern sporting goods, Meet the Makers Trunk Shows welcome the artisans behind many of the goods for sale, and Bobo Intriguing Objects Antiques Tent to sift through Mark Sage’s curios. Eventgoers can also enjoy Glass Onion pop-up dinners and the Alabama Chanin Workshop, where founder Natalie Chanin will teach you how to make your own scarf, placemat, or journal. (The workshop costs an additional $125.) The jubilee ends with a finale celebration and a pig roast
— Stephen Pappas
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