September 1st, 2017
September Events Around Charlotte
Saturday, September 2 at 3:00 pm – South Carolina Gamecocks vs NC State Wolfpack
This Saturday afternoon, college football is back with a battle of the Carolinas at Bank of America Stadium. Watch the South Carolina Gamecocks take on the NC State Wolfpack at a stadium that Charlotte residents already know and love. Tickets and more information can be found online.
Monday, September 4 at noon – Blue Blaze Brewing Labor Day Celebration
Blue Blaze Brewing in Charlotte is hosting a Labor Day party for the long holiday weekend. There will be pitchers of Blue Blaze beer, a free taco bar and live music. Check out the brewery’s website for more details.
Saturday, September 9 at 7:30 a.m. – Be the Match Walk + Run
Join the fight for a cure for blood cancer by signing up and fundraising for the Be the Match Walk + Run at University Research Park. Be The Match is the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on saving lives through marrow and umbilical cord blood transplantation. More information about raising money for the foundation and how to get involved can be found online.
Monday, September 11 – Lake Norman Community Blood Drive
Reserve a time slot or simply drop in to the Harris Teeter at Antiquity Town Center in Cornelius to donate blood to the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas. Time slots start at 2 p.m. and run until 6:30 p.m. People must present a current, officially issued photo ID to donate.
September 15-16 – Dilworth Home Tour
Dilworth Community Association is hosting the annual Dilworth Home Tour of several unique bungalows and homes in the Dilworth area. Homes will be available to tour Friday evening from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and a portion of the funds raised will be dedicated to the Dilworth Soup Kitchen.
September 22-24 – Festival in the Park
The 53rd annual Festival in the Park will be held toward the end of September at Freedom Park. Each year since 1964, the festival brings food, music, art and good times to guests. Children can enjoy face painting and games in the park while adults can shop at the exhibit tents and revel in all that Charlotte has to offer.