Christmas in Davidson offers trolley rides, holiday shopping, a Holiday Village, live entertainment, holiday parade, holiday food and drinks,ice skating and much more.http://www.christmasindavidson.com
The exhibit features works by Paula Gaetano Adi. Opening reception on Oct. 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Held in the Smith Gallery.
Site tours include an optional 15 minute introductory video, a guided tour of the plantation home and a self-guided tour of the grounds.
Ladies free all night, $10 for guys before 11:30 p.m. Doors open at 9:30. Special guest DJ's.
Great local musicians will play every Friday and Saturday with your favorite wine selections available.
Live music every Friday and Saturday
Based on the classic file Miracle of 34th Street. The Davidson Community Players, presenting this production, aim to create a radio station in the theater. $12-$20
American Islamic Outreach Foundation invite you to this great program that is coming up on the weekend of Dec 06. We are inviting Muslims and Non Muslims to come under one roof and be part of a conversation on Purpose of Life. Sheikh Khalid Yaseen is the main presenter. He is a well known name among Muslims. This program will be followed by Q&A. We will have snacks and refreshments at the end during socializing time. FREEhttp://www.AmericanIslamicOutreach.org
Just because you can doesn’t mean you should create. This is a lesson well-learned in flicks like Frankenstein and The Terminator. In both films, disaster strikes — a mad scientist stitches together a lumbering monster and artificially intelligent machines attempt to destroy the human race — all due to man’s longing to create. Luckily, the latest mechanical pieces assembled by folks at Davidson College are far less threatening. Even better, the works are a parody of Norman White’s “Helpless Robot,” which was incapable of movement. Parodic Machines will feature works by artists Nick Bontrager, David Bowen, Matt Kenyon, Hye Yeon Nam and Fernando Orellana, while Desiring Machines will feature works by Paula Gaetano Adi, curator for Parodic Machines and longtime creator of robotic artwork. Reception on Oct. 24, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Parodic Machines is held in Van Every Gallery. Desiring Machines is held in Smith Gallery.
The speedway transforms into one of the largest drive-through holiday light parks with more than three million lights and 800 colorful displays. Attractions also include a skating rink, festival of trees, Bethlehem village and carnival rides. $20 per car
The Charlotte Motor Speedway will have over 3 million lights surrounding the track for visitors to enjoy as they drive around the course.$20 per car. $20