Charitable Society of Charleston holds annual oyster roast

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Benefiting the Disabilities Foundation of Charleston County, the Charitable Society of Charleston is having their huge all you can eat and drink oyster fest under the Visitor's Center Bus Shed this Saturday, February 5, from 7 to 10 p.m.

That's right, for $20 in advance (or $25 at the door) you can eat all the hot dogs, chili, and oysters that your stomach can handle. For patrons 21 and up, all you can drink beer and wine will also be served, so be sure to bring your I.D.

Kurly Wolf will be providing some live tunes, and the official after party will be at Midtown Bar and Grill, at 559 King St.

The Disabilities Foundation of Charleston County raises money to fund services provided by the Disabilities Board of Charleston County for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, head and spinal cord injuries, and other special needs.

So eat, slurp, shuck, and drink up with your friends for a good cause.

Tickets can be purchased online here, at any local Southcoast Community Bank, or from any Charitable Society member as well.  There is also a Facebook event page created for the roast, so be sure to share with your friends.