Agenda Weekender: 18 quarantine-approved things to do this weekend in Charlotte

Agenda Weekender: 18 quarantine-approved things to do this weekend in Charlotte
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The Agenda Weekender is proudly presented by Charlotte Motor Speedway. ICYMI Charlotte Motor Speedway is celebrating their 60th anniversary of racing and entertainment. Cheers to one of our favorite CLT institutions.


FRIDAY, JUNE 5

Wooden Robot Reopening: The beloved brewery is opening its taproom and patio. Capacity is limited, but to-go beer is still available if you can’t snag a seat (or prefer to drink your beer at home). Kre8 Twisted Eats will also be serving food. 4-10 p.m. Free. Details.

Yoga Slow Flow and Stretch: Unwind with an hour-long slow flow yoga class, led by The Yoga Dude over Zoom. Pay what you can, if you can. 3-4 p.m. Details.

ZOOM Trivia & Virtual Pub: Even if you’re still uneasy about socializing in person, there are virtual ways to stay connected, like Zoom trivia. So gather your friends (online) and nerd out together. 7:30 p.m. Free, donations accepted. Details.

Music Anywhere CLT Virtual Concert Series: Tune in to any of the live virtual concerts, including Josh Daniel (yes, he’s still going) through Music Anywhere CLT. Varies. Details.

Hound’s Drive-In Double Feature Weekend: Go with the family-friendly options of ET and Back to the Future or pull up for R-rated movies The Wretched and Becky. Movies begin at dusk. $20 per car. Details.

Cocktail kits and charcuterie from Dot Dot Dot: Charcuterie boards and cocktail kits are available Thursday-Sunday only (hello, weekend at-home date night). 3-7 p.m. $17-$25. Details.

[Related Agenda guide: Best cocktail bars in Charlotte]

SATURDAY, JUNE 6

Smoker Saturdays at The New York Butcher Shoppe: If you’re tired of cooking but nervous to dine out, this is for you. Pick up some freshly smoked meats and sides for dinner. Personally, I’m doing smoked wings, grilled vegetables, and a bottle for wine for a well-balanced, at-home picnic. 2 p.m. Varies. Details.

Uptown Farmers Market: I love making new recipes on the weekends, and fresh ingredients always taste better. Plus, the market has extra precautions in place for social distancing. 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Free. Details.

Drive-In Movie Nights at Charlotte Motor Speedway: Pack your family in the car, and head to the race track to see Despicable Me on the big screen. The cost is $100 per car which includes a $70 donation to Charlotte Rescue Mission. 6 p.m. Details.

Wooden Robot Reopening: The beloved brewery is opening its taproom and patio. Capacity is limited, but to-go beer is still available if you can’t snag a seat (or prefer to drink your beer at home). Kre8 Twisted Eats will also be serving food. Noon to 10 p.m. Free. Details.

Music Anywhere CLT Virtual Concert Series: Tune in to any of the live virtual concerts, including Josh Daniel (yes, he’s still going) through Music Anywhere CLT. Varies. Details.

Hound’s Drive-In Double Feature Weekend: Go with the family-friendly options of ET and Back to the Future or pull up for R-rated movies The Wretched and Becky. Movies begin at dusk. $20 per car. Details.

Cocktail kits and charcuterie from Dot Dot Dot: Charcuterie boards and cocktail kits are available Thursday-Sunday only (hello, weekend at-home date night). 3-7 p.m. $17-$25. Details.

SUNDAY, JUNE 7

Drive-In Movie Nights at Charlotte Motor Speedway: Pack your family in the car, and head to the race track to see Soul Surfer on the big screen. The cost is $100 per car which includes a $70 donation to Charlotte Rescue Mission. 6 p.m. Details.

Wooden Robot Reopening: The beloved brewery is opening its taproom and patio. Capacity is limited, but to-go beer is still available if you can’t snag a seat (or prefer to drink your beer at home). Kre8 Twisted Eats will also be serving food. Noon to 8 p.m. Free. Details.

Music Anywhere CLT Virtual Concert Series: Tune in to any of the live virtual concerts, including Josh Daniel (yes, he’s still going) through Music Anywhere CLT. Varies. Details.

Hound’s Drive-In Double Feature Weekend: Go with the family-friendly options of ET and Back to the Future or pull up for R-rated movies The Wretched and Becky. Movies begin at dusk. $20 per car. Details.

Cocktail kits and charcuterie from Dot Dot Dot: Charcuterie boards and cocktail kits are available Thursday-Sunday only (hello, weekend at-home date night). 3-7 p.m. $17-$25. Details.


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