Art to see and do including stitching and painting, lots of live music, farmers market, and more to enjoy at the Lake this weekend.

Field Of Honor
Veterans Park
Now – September 17
More than 100 U.S. flags will stand in solemn formation as a memorial to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks of 2001. Each flag represents an individual and tells a story.

Harold Mendez: The Days of Yesterday are All Numbered in Sum
Van Every/Smith Galleries
Now – October 4
Harold Mendez roots his practice in research-based travel to sites across Latin America. Often visiting governmental and public archives, the artist sources images and collects found objects that encapsulate the life and significance of a place.

Lobster Dog Day
King Canary Brewery
Thursday, September 5, 5:00 p.m.
Serving up some of the best lobster, crab and shrimp rolls in addition to a killer stuffed avocado dish you can get with chicken or seafood. Craft beer, prosecco on tap, wine, cider and spindrift will be waiting for you.

Show You’ll Never See at WPAC: A Sketch Comedy Event
Thursday, September 5 – 7
The Warehouse Performing Arts Center
From such musical giants as Hamilton, Miss Saigon, and Phantom of the Opera to spoofs of theatrical masterpieces, this night is all about laughs and merriment.

Image: @WarehousePAC

Sip & Stitch
Hearts On Fiber, Davidson
Friday, September, 6 In partnership with Davidson Wine Co. enjoy some amazing wine, meet-up with fellow crafters and also, maybe get some stitching done in between sips.

Puddle Painting at D9 Brewery
Friday, September 6, 2019
D9 Brewing Company
The Imaginarium’s KatBlasts take to the road for the KatTrippin’ Puddle Painting Series. Leave your art to dry and return to D9 Brewing to pick up your cured masterpiece and another delicious beer.

Star Gazing
Lake Norman State Park, Swim Beach Lot
Friday, September 6, 7:00 p.m.
Star light, star bright, join a ranger and volunteers to observe the stars through telescopes.

Love-Fest
Primal Brewery
Saturday, September 7. 4:00 p.m.
Chill out and celebrate life, love, and Reggae music as part of the 3rd Annual Love-Fest. Music includes Selah Dubb, and One Culture. Food by Adeline’s Indian Cuisine food truck all day.

Image: @PrimalBrewery

Music On Main
Town Hall Lawn, Mooresville
Saturday, September 7, 6:30 p.m.
Bring a blanket or chairs for some of the last sounds of summer.

Cornelius Food Truck Invitational
Oak Street Mill
Saturday, September 7, noon
Featuring 15 of Charlotte’s finest food trucks competing in categories such as Most Creative Menu, Most Nutritious, People’s Choice and more. Also enjoy local beer, vendors and kids’ activities.

Davidson College Football vs. VUL
Davidson College
Saturday, September 7
Cheer on Davidson Football as they host VUL.
The first few hundred fans into the stadium will get special Game of Thrones themed Red Out Richardson t-shirts, and there will be more themed festivities throughout the rest of the night.

Davidson Farmer’s Market
Saturday, September 7, 8:00 a.m.
Locally produced, seasonal produce and meats produced by sustainable or organic methods when possible. Other agriculturally based products such as soaps also offered – and don’t forget about Wednesday night’s market too.

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Carolina Balloonfest, Statesville
Friday October 18-20
Bring your cameras, lawn chairs, and blankets to experience a family-friendly festival featuring more than 50 hot air balloons, live music, food, wine and craft beer, kids’ zone, and artisan marketplace.