“The Fall Classic” is a new vision and fresh perspective in the world of Car and Bike shows. Brought to you by the visionaries that brought you Busa Fest and now includes Bagger Fest and Grudge Fest. This year “The Fall Classic - The Ultimate Car and Bike Show Weekend” will be held at Darlington Dragway ( Minutes from Florence, SC). The host hotel for this event: Ramada Florence Center 1819 W. Lucas St, Florence, SC 29501 RESERVATIONS: Please call (843) 665-4555. DISCOUNT CODE: FALL CLASSIC So sit down, hang on and get ready for “The Fall Classic"! All Clubs are welcome! $20 Weekend pass w/colors! Any club! Presidents FREE!
The Opening Reception will be Sunday, September 21, 2014 from 3-5 p.m at the Lancaster County Council of the Arts located at 201 W. Gay St. Lancaster, SC 29720. The Gallery Exhibit and Reception are free and open to the public and is sponsored by the LCCA, the Lancaster County Art League and the Hagins Family. For more information or a registration form, please contact or visit the Lancaster County Council of the Arts, 803.285.7451 or http://www.lccarts.net. Admission is free and open to the public.
THE NET: A NEW WORSHIP EXPERIENCE AT PROVIDENCE UMC BEGINS SEPTEMBER 21 Providence United Methodist Church, 2810 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC will launch a new worship experience, The Net, Sunday, September 21, at 11:00 a.m. in Charter Hall. Each Sunday, the service will be led by Casey Crimmins, Providence UMC’s Director of Evangelism & Discipleship, and will feature music, worship, and preaching in a casual, family-friendly setting. Childcare is available. Parking is available on the Providence UMC campus, with overflow parking available in the lot behind Eddie’s Place and Leroy Fox Restaurants near the corner of Providence & Sharon-Amity.http://providenceumc.org/worship/the-net?wcommit=4230
Join Main Street Advocacy at its first “Women2Women Conversations Tour” forum that will be hosted in conjunction with female members of United States Congress, designed to connect with, engage and motivate female voters from all backgrounds and political affiliations. The panel will include Main Street’s Sarah Chamberlain as well as other special guests. Seating is limited. Make reservations at http://mainstreetadvocacy.com/women/. FREE but limited seatinghttp://mainstreetadvocacy.com/women/
Get your motor runnin' and get on over to The Lost Parrot Restaurant and Bar for Knees in the Breeze. Craft and Domestic draft/bottle specials and the hottest motorcycles in the Carolinas! Freehttp://thelostparrot.wix.com/lostparrot
Allegro Foundation provides FREE movement education classes for children with disabilities. We work on skills such as counting, shapes and colors. Students also work to increase their range of motion and their muscle tone. FREEhttp://www.allegrofoundation.net
North Carolina Cannabis Patients Network will hold a rally to help educate the public on the benefits of Medical Cannabis. The politicians in Raleigh said we were harassing them. Poll results show 53% public support. We need more to "harass" the Politicians. Freehttp://www.nccpn.org
Do you love beach music? We do too! Join us at The Lost Parrot Restaurant and Bar for Shag Nights at the Beach House on every other Saturday night in 2014, starting August 30th. We clear the floor, turn up the music, grab a partner and shag all night! Freehttp://thelostparrot.wix.com/lostparrot
The club's monthly dance event includes a workshop and refreshments. For more information, call 704-492-7124 or visit www.carolinaballroom.com. $10 for members; $15 for guests
Empire State Entertainment Presents Saturday Nights Live @ Vip Lounge for the adult looking for good music good drinks, and a good atmosphere. With Dj Q on the 1s& 2s, The hottest new band in the QC The B Side will be performing every other weekend Lead vocals by D'yenna Dukes and Danisha K sing from Old School to New School R&B hits. Ladies free until 10:30 GenAd $10 all night
Allegro Foundation provides FREE movement education classes for children with disabilities. We work on skills such as counting, shapes and colors. Students are also working to build and strengthen muscle tone and increase their range of motion. FREEhttp://www.allegrofoundation.net
A global meet-up for entrepreneurs or aspiring business owners who are driven to Live their Legend. The core focus of the Live your Legend movement is to bring inspiring people together to help each other do work they love and change the world. For more info on the movement www.liveyourlegend.net $5 plus limited number of pay what you can tickets
Welcomes players for weekly $5 tournaments and a special free tournament on the first Wednesday of every month. Temporarily meeting at the O'Charley's in University City. For more information, call club director David Rogers at 704-965-3573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.