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CALENDAR, Jan. 4+: Play day, inaugural events, more

CALENDAR, Jan. 4+: Play day, inaugural events, more

Calendar for Jan. 4, 2016 + — Free play day at Children’s Museum, three events for the inauguration of Mayor-elect John Tecklenburg, where you can learn to make a sweetgrass basket; more.

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CALENDAR, Dec. 28+: New Year’s activities, more

CALENDAR, Dec. 28+: New Year’s activities, more

CALENDAR, Dec. 28, 2015+ — take a look at several New Year’s events — from polar plunges to parties and more.

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CALENDAR, Dec. 21+: From Kwanzaa to polar plunges

CALENDAR, Dec. 21+: From Kwanzaa to polar plunges

Polar plunges: You’ve got two to pick from. The 3rd annual Bill Murray Look-a-Like Polar Bear Plunge will be 2 p.m., Jan. 1, on the beach in front of The Tides on Folly Beach. Registration is at noon; judging is at 1 p.m. More online here. And then there’s the longtime classic plunge at 2 p.m. Jan. 1 on Sullivan’s Island — the Dunleavy’s Pub Polar Bear Plunge, which will benefit Special Olympics this year. There’s no registration or charge to plunge, but you can buy a T-shirt. The walk to the beach starts at 1:30 p.m. More info online.

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CALENDAR, Dec. 14+: From a holiday train to a holiday play

CALENDAR, Dec. 14+: From a holiday train to a holiday play

Magnolia’s Children’s Village: Through Dec. 31, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. A children’s village, holiday train rides and assortment of child-friendly and pet-lover activities will be open through for kids of all ages. More: MagnoliaPlantation.com

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CALENDAR:  Leg lamp to holiday parade of boats

CALENDAR: Leg lamp to holiday parade of boats

A Christmas Story at Dock Street, Holiday Parade of Boats, much more

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CALENDAR, Nov. 23+ Getting into the holiday spirit

CALENDAR, Nov. 23+ Getting into the holiday spirit

That Holiday Book Sale: Dec. 4-6, Charleston County Main Library, 68 Calhoun St., Charleston. The Friends of the Library will offer a great book sale just in time for the holidays where you can pick up affordable books, CDs and more. For times and other information, click here.

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CALENDAR, Nov. 16+:  From holiday lights to holiday oysters

CALENDAR, Nov. 16+: From holiday lights to holiday oysters

Holiday Festival of Lights: Through Jan. 3, 2016, James Island County Park. The annual light festival with millions of lights and lots of family fun opens for a seven-week run. Lots of information is online here.

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CALENDAR, Nov. 9+:  From food to festivals to books

CALENDAR, Nov. 9+: From food to festivals to books

Food Film Fest Charleston: Nov. 12-13, Cedar Room, 701 East Bay Street, Charleston. While the world premiere of Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown — Charleston” on Nov. 11 is sold out, there are two other events still open — a “Cheers to Local Beers” on the 12th and the “Food Porn Party: Charleston” on the 13th. Could be fun. Check it out here.

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CALENDAR, Nov. 2+: Festivals, tours, roasts

CALENDAR, Nov. 2+: Festivals, tours, roasts

Oyster roast, Harvest Festival, Blessing of the Vines

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CALENDAR, Oct. 26+: Mayoral history to spookiness galore

CALENDAR, Oct. 26+: Mayoral history to spookiness galore

History of Charleston’s mayor: 6 p.m., Oct. 28, Main Library, Calhoun Street, Charleston. Just in time for the 2015 election, the library will host a talk that delves into the evolution of Charleston’s executive office, from “intendant” to mayor. More.

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