Monday, October 31
AC Marriott SouthPark | 6:30pm | $10 | Details
Why you should go: Yoga with a view? Say no more. Head to the rooftop of the AC Marriott to end your day with an hour-long yoga flow from Dancing Yoga Lotus. Buy your ticket in advance, and be sure to bring a mat with you.
Halloween in the Park
Shamrock Park | 5:30pm | Prices vary | Details
Why you should go: Looking for some family-friendly pre-trick-or-treating fun? Put on those costumes and stop by Shamrock Park for free Fuel Pizza and Halloween treats.
Halloween Party at Stroke
Stroke Putt | 7-11pm | Prices Vary| Details
Why you should go: Come for the glow-in-the-dark golf; stay for the $5 draft beers, half-priced cocktails and shareable plates. No ticket needed, but tee times can be booked in advance through their website. Costumes are highly encouraged.
South End Halloween Bar Crawl
Multiple venues | 4-11:30pm | $20-25| Details
Why you should go: Let the good times crawl during this Halloween bar crawl, spanning across five bars in South End. Your ticket includes welcome shots, cover to participating locations, and entry into the after-party.
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Tuesday, November 1
Young Professionals Happy Hour
Summit Seltzer | 6pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Grab a seltzer and get ready to network with other young professionals in the area.
On Tap @ NoDa Brewing Co.
NoDa Brewing Company | 7-8:30 | $20 | Details
Why you should go: Grab a cold one and kick back with the Charlotte Symphony at On Tap! This popular series features a more intimate orchestra experience all in the laid-back environment of a neighborhood brewery. Get your ticket ahead of time — they won’t be available at the door.
Primal Brewing | 6pm | $26 | Details
Why you should go: Enjoy a relaxing evening of yoga alongside baby goats (yes, you read that right). A complimentary drink is provided after class.
Tuesday Night Ladies Walk
Rail Trail | 6pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Make new friends and get active with a walk on the Rail Trail, hosted by Charlotte Girls Who Walk.
Wednesday, November 2
Wine Down Wednesdays
Stadium Lounge | 7pm | Prices Vary | Details
Why you should go: Looking for a place to vibe after work? Hang at Stadium Lounge for $10 bottles of wine and $25 hookah. Seats are first come, first served.
Online | 1pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: This weekly zoom class focuses on breathwork techniques and meditation. You’ll learn how to relax, heal and enjoy the benefits of guided breathing. No previous training is required.
Tipsy Burro | 7:30pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: This free pub trivia covers a variety of topics and formats. Order a marg and put your knowledge to the test — prizes will be up for grabs.
Thursday, November 3
Documentary film shorts about Native Music
The Charlotte Museum of History | 6:30pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: November is Native American Heritage month. Learn about Native American influences in rock and roll and beyond with three short documentaries. The film’s producer, Sandra Hale Schulman, will host a Q&A after the screening.
Louisiana in Charlotte Restaurant Night
Community Matters Cafe | 7:30pm | $90 | Details
Why you should go: Enjoy an elevated spin on Louisiana classics with this five-course dinner, curated by two Louisiana chefs. Note: This is an alcohol-free event. Rather than booze, dinner will include three mocktails.
Succulent Pumpkin Centerpiece Workshop
PlantHouse Charlotte | 6:30 | $35 | Details
Why you should go: Celebrate fall with a pumpkin centerpiece workshop at PlantHouse. Select three succulents or cacti and top off your creation with decorative moss and rock. The crew will guide you through assembly, plant care, and answer any questions.
Online Art Class for Kids & Teens
Online | 8pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Hosted by Palak StudioInk, this free art class is completely virtual and open to all ages and skill levels. You’ll create a nature painting while focusing on color blending. Reserve your spot — seating is limited.
Pop-Up Picnic in the Park (Couple’s Date Night)
McAlpine Creek Park | 10am-5pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: CLT couples, this one’s for you. These date nights are self-guided, meaning you can go any time on any day. Each date consists of a series of activities given through a free digital date night box.
Friday, November 4
Black Food Truck Fridays
West Complex CLT | 4pm | Prices vary | Details
Why you should go: Taste an array of cuisines, from seafood to soul food, at Black Food Truck Fridays. You’ll also find body products, clothing, and more from local merchants. Prices vary—bring your wallet and an appetite.
Bollywood Glow Party
Starlight Lounge | 10pm | $20+ | Details
Why you should go: Get your glow on at Starlight’s first-ever Bollywood Glow Party. All tickets are final at this 21+ event.
Back to the 80’s – Throwback Cover Bands
The Music Yard at SouthBound | 7-11pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Rewind to the days of Queen, Madonna, AC/DC and more with a night of 80s throwbacks at the Music Yard—leg warmers and teased hair optional.