UPDATE: 12/7/18 – “Due to impending weather conditions, the Charleston RiverDogs have canceled Saturday, December 8’s Charlie Claus Movie Night at Riley Park. Although the event is canceled, fans can still drop off new, unopened toy donations at The Joe now extended through Friday, December 14, to benefit the Salvation Army Angel Tree program.
All fans that donate in-person at The Joe will receive a Family Four-Pack (includes four tickets, four hot dogs, four drinks and four bags of chips) to a RiverDogs game in 2019. Salvation Army Angel Tree bins will be available for fans to drop off donations all week from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day. Fans can drop off donations and redeem their tickets at the Riley Park front office.”
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With the holiday season underway, Charlie and the RiverDogs family are asking fans to help give back. The Charleston club will host their annual Charlie Claus Movie Night, featuring a special presentation of The Muppet Christmas Carol, on Saturday, December 8th from 2 pm to 5 pm, while accepting donations to help benefit the Salvation Army Angel Tree Charleston.
Fans that bring a new, unopened toy benefiting the Angel Tree program will gain free admission to the event, hosted by the RiverDogs’ mascot, Charlie T. RiverDog. Tickets to the event are $5 otherwise, while kids 3 and under and members of the MUSC Children’s Health Kids Club get in free.
In addition, all fans that donate at least a day before the event, in-person at The Joe, will receive a Family Four-Pack (includes four tickets, four hot dogs, four drinks, and four bags of chips) to a RiverDogs game in 2019, plus a free admission to the Charlie Claus Movie Night. Salvation Army Angel Tree bins will be available for fans to drop off donations all week leading up to the event (December 3rd-7th) from 9 am to 3 pm each day. Fans can drop off donations and redeem their tickets at the Riley Park front office.
Along with the feature presentation from the Muppets, there will be a visit by Santa, letter writing stations for the North Pole, hot chocolate, and even an appearance from Charlie Claus himself.
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