Join us for a lively conversation about the role of Consciousness and Social Change. Our panel will lead us in a group discussion about today’s social movements and effective strategies for creating lasting change in the age of individuality and media saturation. FREEhttp://projectiamyou.com/ccc
Enjoy All The Chili You Can Taste From Local Restaurants And Individual Cooking Teams As They (And Maybe You) Compete To Win! To Enter – Email MelanieCannizzaro@hotmail.com Or Call Melanie At 704-968-2734 There Will Be 4 Categories – Red, Vegetarian, “The Other Ones” And People’s Choice Live Music From Ollie Take Cover, Games & So Many Fun Surprises!! Admission Is $10 Per Person –Kids Are Free! 10http://dsechilicookoff.org
Featuring more than 100 local and regional food trucks, as well as live music, a beer garden, games and more. For more information, visit www.eatfromatruck.com. $10-$25.
n its 22nd year, the festival continues to showcase Indian culture through live performances, arts and crafts, costumes and cuisine from the various regions of India. $6 online, $7 at door. Kids under 10 free. $6-$7
The fair features rides, along with food and family-friendly activities. $3.25-$7.50; Free for children five years old and under.
The Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference, held in Black Mountain, October 14-16, is a weekend for women to learn, celebrate and connect. We share inspiration, celebration and practical learning about earth-based healing and women’s health. Surrounded by the ancient Blue Ridge Mountains, our venue at Lake Eden offers a beautiful, serene backdrop for over 60 workshops and classes in herbalism, nutrition, personal growth and natural healing. Featured speakers include Pam Montgomery, Jody Noe, ALisa Starkweather, Amikaeyla Gaston, Amy Jo Goddard, Kathleen Maier and many more! For all of the details and easy online registration visit www.sewisewomen.com $280http://www.sewisewomen.com
Celebrating the apple harvest with regional crafts, foods by non-profits, kids activities and local entertainment for a family-friendly, non alcoholic day of fun. Freehttp://www.lincolncountyapplefestival.com
It takes a lot of work to organize the region’s largest costume party! The Carolina Renaissance Festival will hold its first job faire on Friday, September 9th and Saturday, September 10th from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM each day. Employees will have the opportunity hawk turkey legs and ale, sell admission tickets, greet guests, and more. Resumes are appreciated but not required. Freehttp://www.carolina.renfestinfo.com/-crf-job-fair/
For 8 fun-filled weekends in October and November, the annual Carolina Renaissance Festival presents a full day of entertainment and pageantry as history comes alive with hundreds of costumed characters re-creating a 16th Century European Marketplace. It's a 22-acre village nestled in the forest and meadows, complete with castles, cottages, kitchens and pubs, filled with activities. You'll find music, comedy and theater, food and drink, fine hand-made arts and crafts, artisan demonstrations, games and rides. Visit carolina.renfestinfo.com for more information. See you there! Huzzah! $14 - $24http://www.carolina.renfestinfo.com
Carowinds is turning into a haunted "scream park" and setting up over 16 different spooky attractions throughout the park.
Saturdays & Sundays, Sept. 17 - Oct. 30 During the day, Carowinds puts the “Wee!” in Halloween. The Great Pumpkin Fest has family-friendly Halloween attractions for the little ghosts and goblins from 11:00am – 5:00pm including a costume parade, foam zone, mazes and more! It’s kid-sized frights that every age will love and of course, all of your favorite rides. It’s all fun and no fear at Carowinds. Join us for a day packed with Halloween fun on Saturdays & Sundays from Sept. 17 through Oct. 30. Varieshttps://www.carowinds.com/things-to-do/special-events
This event is jam-packed with jewelry and handbags, make-up tips and tricks, gourmet treats, runway fashion shows, cooking classes, speakers and celebrity guests. $6-$10
Join other car enthusiasts at Charlotte Motor Speedway for a plethora of vehicles for sale and on show. Special parts and supplies not found anywhere else are also available.
Hours: September through April: Tuesday-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; May through August: Tuesday-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.ncagr.gov/markets/facilities/markets/charlotte/.
Join us for the next edition of our 2nd Friday Street Festival Series here at D9 Brewing Co on Friday, Sept 11th for an action-packed evening of fun for the whole family including bands, live artwork, vendors, food trucks, and kids activities! But that’s not all! We will be having a triple beer release! Ezekiel 25:17 Black Sour Head of the Horsemen Imperial Pumpkin Ale Bailando Peruvian Chocolate Ale FREEhttp://www.d9brewing.com