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Catching Up With Cameron; Things To Do In Charlotte This Weekend (7.16-7.18)

We are in the summer days and it will be very hot this weekend. But the heat doesn’t stop Charlotte from having some pretty interesting events. If you’re looking for some fun stuff to do this weekend in QC, here’s a list of some happenings:

Weezie Towers at Society Social Pop-ups

  • 2000 South Blvd., Ste 195
  • You can purchase their signature soft styles or work with a Weezie consultant to customize your own set. If you can’t make it to the store on Friday, you can still shop on the Weezie Towels website and use code SSFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders through July 18.
  • 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Prices vary.

Meshugganah lunch popup

  • Petty Thieves Brewing Co. at 413 Dalton Ave., Ste. REMOVE
  • Get an early taste of the new Jewish fast food, Meshugganah.
  • Do not turn on.
  • Menu prices.

Ardbeg Monsters of Smoke Tour

  • The Vintage at 215 East Worthington Ave.
  • This interactive tour presented by Ardbeg will allow whiskey, spirits and cocktail enthusiasts alike to experience a whiskey with over 200 years of history. There will be whiskey tastings, surprises, gifts and augmented reality photography. Bring an unopened bottle of Ardbeg to the event to receive a personalized engraving.
  • 4-9 pm

Ponybox x Kit Collective Summer Social

  • Free Will – Craft + Vine at 3701 North Davidson St. # 201
  • Choose drinks, hang out and shop at women-owned businesses. Participating vendors include Ponybox Clothing, The Kit Collective, AK Wears Things, Fit Atelier and more.
  • 5-8 pm.
  • Free (no drinks).

Coastal QC Jam

  • Music field at 2433 South Blvd.
  • Music Yard will operate coastal with a selection of tempting surf rocks from Blue Footed Boobies & Easy Honey.
  • 6-11 pm.
  • $10-$95.

Charlotte Creative Circle’s Fashion Friday

  • Búho Bar at 201 West Trade St.
  • This weekly event allows you to connect with local Charlotte artists and creators.
  • Friday, 8-11 pm.
  • $99+.

Stardust Lounge

  • Stroke Putt at 1318 Pecan Ave., Ste. 101.
  • House of Stardust and Stroke Putt are teaming up to create The Stardust Lounge, a variety show and highlight featuring live performances. The 8pm show is sold out but tickets are still available for the 10:30pm show.
  • 10:30 pm.
  • $15-$90.

Uptown Farmers Market’s Big Celebration

  • 300 Men Davidson St.
  • Stop by the Uptown Farmers Market for a special celebration. You can still shop for fresh produce and other items, but there will also be live music, cooking demonstrations and an address from Mayor Vi Lyles.
  • 8:00 am to 12:30 pm.
  • Free.

Walk & practice Yoga on Saturdays

  • 1226 Central Avenue.
  • Start your Saturday with 60 minutes of mindfulness training and practice with upbeat music, followed by private shopping at roam & dwell. This class is designed for students of all levels, shapes, sizes and ages and will leave you feeling energized for the rest of your weekend activities.
  • 9:30-11am.
  • $10.

Keep Midtown’s Beautiful Trails Clean

  • 111 Metropolitan Ave.
  • Give back to the Midtown community by cleaning up the area around Little Sugar Creek Greenway and Kenilworth Ave. Garbage bags, gloves, rubber boots and a trash pick-up will be provided and volunteers will receive an appreciative gift bag.
  • 10 am to noon.
  • Free, early registration is recommended.

Food & Wine Experience Tour in Charlotte Greece

  • Experience an authentic Greek food and wine showcase. Your ticket booking includes authentic Greek wine tasting at a winery, wine and cheese pairing, food samples and music along the way.
  • 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Queen City Summer Festival

  • 2600 West Trade St.
  • Head to the Queen City Summer Festival to shop for local black-owned businesses, sample delicious food, and watch entertaining shows. The event is family-friendly, and StarMed Health will provide the vaccine along with a $25 cash card to anyone who participates.
  • July 17, 24 and 31
  • Noon to 6pm.
  • Free.

Sycamore Brewing’s Lobster Festival

  • 2161 Hawkins St.
  • It’s Lobster Fest, which means a day of cold beer, live music, food carts and, of course, lobster rolls from Cousin’s Maine.
  • Noon to 10 o’clock.
  • Menu prices.

Magical homegrown tomato festival Part 2

  • The Homemade Tomato Festival is back for season two with live and virtual viewing options. Events include presenters, virtual greenhouse tours, cooking demonstrations, and cocktail demonstrations. Watch at home or join tomato enthusiasts at The Evening Muse (NoDa), Midwood Country Club (Plaza Midwood), Southern Strain Brewing (Concord) or Aldersgate Senior Living Community (RSVP Only).
  • 1-3:30 pm.
  • Free.

Nebel’s Alley Night Market

  • 1920 Camden Street.
  • More than 30 pop-up shops will line the alleys of the South End with local and regional vintage items, plants, food, drinks and even free caricatures. After shopping, grab a treat from Superica, craft ice cream from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, or grab a donut from Pepperbox Donuts.
  • 4-10 pm.
  • Free.

SoDown at The Music Yard

  • 2433 South Blvd.
  • Saxophone producer SoDown has conducted stages at Red Rocks, Coachella, Electric Forest, Global Dance and Sonic Bloom to name a few, and now he’s on stage at The Music Yard.
  • 5 pm.
  • $15-$150

Stargazer Music Festival at Hodges . Family Farm

  • 3900 Rocky River Rd.
  • Bring a blanket or lawn chair and a pair of binoculars if you wish, to enjoy a fantastic night sky viewing experience with contemporary electronic music. The event will include beer from Pharr Mill Brewery’s beer truck, snacks, fresh produce and pies from the Night Market. Telescopes will also be provided.
  • 8 p.m. to midnight.
  • $15-$25.

Tribe girl pops up in the garden

  • The Girl Tribe in the Garden pop-up will return to Alexander Home, so get ready for a day of shopping, cocktails, food, and a host of women-owned businesses and brands.
  • 10 am to 5 pm.
  • Pre-order $5, get $10 at the door.

SummerFEST at Protagonist Southend

  • 227 Southside Drive, Unit A
  • Head to Prot Character Southend to shop from over 25 local vendors, listen to live music and enjoy some food and drink along the way.
  • Noon to 5pm.
  • Free.

Pet Pop Up at Skiptown

  • 222 Rampart St.
  • Pamper your pet with locally produced gifts like dog treats, pet accessories and pet grooming products at Skiptown’s Pet Pop-Up.
  • Noon to 5pm.

Yoga on the terrace

  • Harvey B. Gantt Center
  • Join yoga instructor Sajeedah Jones “SJ” on the rooftop of the Harvey B. Gantt Center for an energizing and inspiring yoga session that will put you in the right mindset to start your week off. myself. After your practice, you can treat yourself to a self-guided tour of the Gantt Center galleries. Bring a mat or beach towel.
  • 12:30-1:30pm.
  • $10, free for members.

Lenny Boy Brewing Southern Grit . dog rescue event

  • 3000 South Tryon St.
  • Bring your baby mice and win a sweet treat for you and them. The fundraising event will feature live music, pet caricatures, dessert carts, raffle prizes and pet-themed vendors.
  • 1-4 pm.
  • Free.

Queen’s Day: Charlotte Restaurant Week

  • Participating restaurants
  • For $30-$35, you can enjoy a 3-course fine dining experience at dozens of participating restaurants in the area.
  • July 16 – July 25.
  • $30-$35 per person.

BLKMRKTCLT New Growth Chain Shows Intimate Chaos

  • 1824 Statesville Ave.
  • In honor of turning 4, BLKMRKTCLT is showcasing and promoting creations for Black women through individual showcases. This week’s showcase will feature the works of Mara Robbin also known as ‘wildrecluse.’
  • During July, 6-9 pm.
  • Free, registration required.

Catching Up With Cameron; Things To Do In Charlotte This Weekend (7.16-7.18)

Huynh Nguyen

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