Blue Blaze Brewing is releasing Brain Bucket Bock (6.6% ABV) in the taproom! This Bock a special small batch that will only be available in the taproom .. SO .. get a pint before we run out! Jesse Brown’s will host a one-of-a-kind release party and trivia night for this release! 7:00p - 9:00p, play for prizes, play for pride, play for the BEER! Welcome our newest brew, test your trivia skills, earn prizes from Jesse Brown’s, Mountain Khakis, Blue Blaze Brewing, and more! + Spoon's BBQ Food Truck will be setup out front all evening! Freehttp://www.blueblazebrewing.com/events
Join Central Piedmont Group of Sierra Club to learn about the Urban Death Project. Graduate students from the Forensic Osteology Research Station in the departments of Anthropology and Sociology at Western Carolina University will be our guests. They will discuss and give an overview of Green Burials and an update on the high environmental costs associated with traditional forms of post-death treatment in the US. Come for pizza at 6:30, the program begins at 7. Free and open to the publichttp://charlottesierraclub.org.
Bulldog Beer and Wine is hosting its 3rd annual pet costume party for your four legged friends this Halloween season! The contest is free to enter and prizes will be awarded for best small dog, best large dog, and best scariest, spiciest and homemade costumes! Judging starts at 8 p.m. and there will be plenty of great craft beers on tap! Freehttp://www.bulldogbeerandwine.com
CHARLOTTE DARK SCENE PRESENTS an evening of darkwave, synth driven music featuring Esoterik, on their Samhain Tour, making their only Charlotte appearance in 2016. Joining them will be locals, IIOIOIOII (influenced by Skinny Puppy/NIN/Front 242/New Order) and Solemm Shapes (Electro-synth-wizards\/ --analog--Noise--Monsters\/Industrial--sequencer--witches) Show $5 or come early for painting from 7-9 (fee of $15 includes show) Free masks to paint! $5.00https://www.facebook.com/events/1583519338616311/
Perhaps Shakespeare’s most popular and (let’s face it) approachable work, this romantic comedy features a few of his favorite themes: the mystical difference between city and woods, lovers who must suffer before their happy ending, hyper-truth revealed through the play-within-a-play. And the bard ain’t afraid to be a little bawdy. Likewise, this contemporary production expresses a bold vision: anything can happen if you open your mind to a new rhythm. This play is generally recommended for ages 13 and up due to sexual themes and complexity of language. General Admission: $15; Seniors/Military/Faculty/Staff: $12; Students (K-college): $6