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Sunday Fall festivals in the Lowcountry

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There are several events happening today in the Lowcountry that will help get you and your family and friends in the fall spirit.

The Greek Festival continues today starting at noon at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church at 30 Race St. in downtown Charleston. The festival includes Greek wine tasting, live music, food and pastry sales and you can even join in for some Greek dancing. Today's festival lasts until 6 tonight.

There will be enough Latin flavor to go around in North Charleston today during the 22nd Annual Latin American Festival. The festival kicks off at noon and lasts until 6 tonight at Wannamaker County Park.

Although it's still a little warm, Fall has arrived and hundreds of people here in the Lowcountry will be raising their glasses to celebrate. Today is the 10th annual Oktoberfest at Blackbaud Stadium on Daniel Island. From noon to 5pm today you can go for German food, games, and live bands. Tickets cost $8 at the door.

 

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