The return of a special circus is here, enjoy two harvests and fundraiser events

CHARLESTON, S.C. (Palmetto Life) – Fall is in full swing and if you want to start participating in activities with you and your family this weekend, some are beginning as early as Friday.

Brothers Nuclear Circus is back in Charleston. The circus returns Friday and will last until Sunday at The Citadel Mall. Circus officials are promising an all-new show with over 60 performers from around the world.

Special effects, a human cannonball, a wheel of death, motorcycles in the sphere of fear and a Human Slingshot are just a few of many performances the circus has in store. Guests are encouraged to come early and meet the circus stars, ride the monster slide and even get your face painted just like a superhero.

You can get your tickets for the special event here.

Join in the fun at the Magnolia Beauti-Fall Festival with your family this Saturday at Magnolia Plantation.

The event is set to have face painting, s’mores, pumpkin painting, autumn-inspired snacks and live music from Uncle Gary’s Band. The event is from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and don’t forget to pack bug spray, sunscreen and water.

Tickets are included with Garden Admission.

‘She’s the Veteran’ will host a TOUCH-A-TRUCK fundraising event this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Moultrie Middle School with the mission of improving mental health.

This is the 2nd annual TOUCH-A-TRUCK event raising funds for the organization, which is a military woman-only non-profit with the mission of improving mental health. Whether rain or shine, this experience provides a hands-on opportunity to explore military vehicles, fire trucks, law enforcement vehicles, construction equipment and much more.

Tickets are $5 per person and children two and under are free.

The North Charleston Harvest Festival kicks off Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Olde Village Market & Deli on East Montague Avenue.

Eventgoers are encouraged to bring their families and enjoy kid’s activities including games, crafts, rides and inflatables. Event organizers say there will also be a pop-up petting zoo with Crosswind Farms, trick-or-treating and a costume contest starting at 6 p.m.

The event is free for all ages and officials say everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy the fun.

Elisheva  Wimberly

Elisheva Wimberly

Elisheva joined the Live 5 News team in May 2022.