Happy Friday Charlotte! In just a few hours many of you will have 48 hours to do whatever you want! And you’re in luck, Charlotte Culture Guide can answer that nagging question, “what am I going to do this weekend?” Here is just a small sampling of all the great things there are to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend.
Oh, the thinks you can think, when you think about Seuss! Dr. Seuss’ beloved stories collide in a family musical adventure that has delighted audiences across the country since its 2000 Broadway debut.
Sat., Oct. 1 – Sun., Oct. 23
McColl Family Theatre
Charlotte Symphony Classics: Bolero!
Christopher Warren-Green conducts this concert of exotic classical favorites. Featuring Calin Lupanu, violin. RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Capriccio Espagnol SARASATE Gypsy Airs SARASATE Carmen Fantasy DE FALLA Three Cornered Hat RAVEL Bolero
Fri., Sept. 30 – Sat., Oct. 1
Niki Farewell Event
Niki de Saint Phalle: Creation of a New Mythology is an exhibition that has been enjoyed by thousands of museum visitors since March. The last day to view Niki’s kaleidoscopic sculptures in The Green and the equally inspired artworks in the Bechtler’s fourth-floor gallery is October 3.
Sat., Oct 1 @ 6pm
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
The Life of Robin Hood
Charlotte period instrumental ensemble provides dances and ballads from around 1600 as the backdrop for the story of Robin Hood as taken from the British Library’s Sloane Manuscript #780.
Sat., Oct. 1 @ 8pm
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
FREE for students
Singgalot Family Day
See traditional dance performances and demonstrations by Filipino artisans, and learn a new language.
Sat., Oct. 1 @ 11am
Charlotte Museum of History
St. Ann’s Parish 15th Annual Fall Carnival
The anticipation and excitement of rides, games, festival cooking and crafts comes to St. Ann’s parish again this fall.
Sat., Oct. 1 @ 10am
St. Ann’s Catholic Church
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