At Disney on Ice — Encanto, visit the Madrigal family’s Casita in the Colombian mountains

Things to do, events in Charlotte, NC in September

In Disney on Ice - Encanto, visit the Casita of the Madrigal family in the Colombian mountains

In Disney on Ice – Encanto, visit the Casita of the Madrigal family in the Colombian mountains


Shop ceramics from potters in North Carolina at Potters market 2022 In the garden of the Mint Randolph Museum. In addition to shopping, you can also enjoy pottery shows, enter raffles, listen to live bluegrass music, relax in the beer garden, and explore the galleries of the Mint. VIP Potters Party: Friday 5:30-9 pm VIP tickets: $200 + fee. Potters’ Market: Saturday 10am-4pm Potter’s Market: $20 + fee. Mint Randolph Museum, 2730 Randolph Rd.


Get ready to shop till you drop from over 100 women-owned brands in pop-up tribe girl. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tickets: $5-25. buy online. Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S. College St.

Shop The Girl Tribe Pop-Up at the Charlotte Convention Center. Courtesy of Girl Tribe Pop Up Charlotte Five

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and watch Shakespeare for freesponsored by MoRA. “Twelfth Night” is produced by Shepherd Shakespeare Co, with shows running at 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday through October 30. Free. The barn is at MoRA, 8300 Monroe Road.

The Barn at MoRA was built in 1932. Its address is listed as 8300 Monroe Road but is actually on McAlpine Park Drive, one block away. Alex Casson Photography Charlotte Five

Enjoy a luxurious night with cocktails, canapes, silent auctions and dancing at the first annual Women Supporting Women Gala Crittenton, a local non-profit organization that shelters and serves homeless pregnant women, teenage mothers and their children, and is hosted by Fellow Traveler and Toshkova Fine Art Advisory. 6:30-10 p.m. Tickets: $175. buy online. Nightclub Bazal Gallery, 950 North Carolina Music Factory Blvd.


Get ready to fill up your own cup of coffee at Charlotte’s first and only coffee festival, There is no filter coffee festivalReturning after a two-year hiatus. Formerly known as the POUR Coffee Festival, the full-day tasting event will feature over thirty southeastern coffee roasters, tea distributors, local food makers, live music and more. Tickets: $25. buy online. Camp North End, 300 Camp Road.

Celebrate Charlotte’s local farmers and food and beverage suppliers A walk from farm to fork in the park. The event brings together over 30 local chefs and food producers to celebrate locally sourced food and drinks with live music and samples. Proceeds will support the agriculture and food system training programs at the Center for Ecological Farming Systems and the Piedmont Culinary Guild’s Farmer Scholarships. 4-7 p.m. Tickets are $110 or $50 for children ages 6-12. 6500 South New Hope Road, Belmont.


Start your day with a cold drink or an iced mocha latte Bitty & Beau’s Cafe, was named Charlotte’s Best Café in the 2022 Charlotte Five Readers’ Choice Competition. The North Carolina-based store is known for providing employment opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 1930 Camden Road, Suite 236.

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Bitty & Beau’s Coffee employees in Charlotte hold a plaque for the best coffee shop in the Charlotte area, according to the CharlotteFive Readers’ Choice Awards. Alex Casson Charlotte Five

Meet bestselling author Nicholas Sparks to celebrate the release of his new novel, Dream land At Barnes & Noble at the Arboretum Shopping Center. Tickets are limited and include a pre-signed copy of the book, as well as a professional photo of you with Sparks. 4:30 p.m. Tickets: $21.76. Buy tickets online. Barnes & Noble, 3327 Bienville Matthews Rd.


Get your sweat on at the pop-up dance fitness class hosted by AKT South Park. The 60-minute class offers a combination of cardio and strength intervals for a full-body workout. 7-8 p.m. Tickets: $5 + fee. buy online. Resident Culture Southend, 332 W Bland Street, Suite C.


Celebrate Spanish Heritage Month with Charlotte Football Club on the club’s futuristic site for its new training facility and home. The event will include live music, a beer tent, locally owned and operated Latin food trucks, a photo booth, a family-friendly activity area, live entertainment from the Ballet Folklorico Mexican Tradition of Julio Ruiz, and more. 6:30 – 9 p.m. Free. Book your ticket online. 8600 Mac Alpine Park Drive.


Join Heist Brewery and Promising Pages, a nonprofit that collects new and donated books for children in need, for a kickoff BooktoberfestOne month community book campaign. Light bites will be provided. There is no fee to attend, however, a suggested donation of $15 or more is appreciated. 5:30-8 p.m. Heist Brewery and Barrel Arts, 1030 Woodward Ave.

Bring the whole family to see the Disney on Ice Frozen & Encanto gifts. 7 p.m. Tickets: $20. buy online. Bojangles Coliseum, 2700 E. Independence Blvd.

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Join over 100,000 movie fans as they screen Academy Award-nominated short films in venues around the world for 25th Manhattan Short Film Festival. After the screenings, you will have the opportunity to cast your vote for Best Film and Best Actor. September 30 – October. 1. Northwest School of the Arts, 1415 Batesford Rd.

Carolina Renaissance Festival It came back with many changes this year. Be sure to grab your tickets on this year’s festival website, as they are date-limited and limited in offer. Tickets will only be available on box office day if they have not been sold out beforehand. Saturdays and Sundays 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. October 1 – November. 20. $32 for adults; $20 for kids (5-12); Free for children 4 years old and under. Buy tickets online. 16445 Khaymat Al Hoor Street.

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