Agenda Weekender: 14 things to do in Charlotte this weekend

Agenda Weekender: 14 things to do in Charlotte this weekend
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The Agenda Weekender is proudly presented by Speedway Children’s Charities. In benefit of SCC, Charlotte Motor Speedway is hosting drive-in movie nights this summer. Catch “The Goonies” on July 1, plus enjoy fireworks after the show. Admission is $40 per car. Snag a ticket.


89. Mostly sunny. 20% chance of rain.

Basic Watercolor Techniques, online: It’s not too late for a new quarantine hobby, so learn how to paint with SkillPop. 7-8:30 p.m. $20. Details.

River Jam Run: Virtual Edition: Grab your sneakers and hit the trails to compete against yourself and others. Runners will have one week to compete for the top spot in either the 5K or 10K division by submitting a GPX file. Now until June 30. $15. Details.


91. Partly cloudy. 20% chance of rain.

Stuck: Pop-Up Drive-Through Gallery Event: Pack your fam in the car and drive through the local art exhibit, and purchase what you like online afterward. 6-8 p.m. Details.

The Super Run Virtual 5k: Pick your own route and record your own time for a 5k fun run. $10 (includes a cape). Details.

Regional Italian Pasta Making, online: Alex Piatt, executive chef of Aria Tuscan Grill & Cicchetti, will teach you how to make Italian food. And the workshop fee includes everything you need for dinner for two. $100. 4 p.m. Details.

Smoker Saturdays! at New York Butcher Shoppe: Picked up some smoked meats, sides, and maybe some wine for an at-home picnic. 2-5 p.m. Varies. Details.

Intro to coding for All Ages online: Learn how to build with code and the basics of a programming language that powers everything from YouTube to Facebook. Total beginners are welcome. 10 a.m. Free. Details.

Black Lives Moving! at Freedom Park: There are four different classes being taught at Freedom Park (Yoga, MIXXEDFIT, HIIT, and Zumba) so bring your own mat and exercise 6 feet apart, or tune in over Zoom. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Details.

Yacht Yoga with Charlotte Yoga: The small yoga class will take place on the Carolina Grace’s open-air deck. $20 GA, $5 SweatNET. Details.

Workout at Legion Brewing: Try out a Camp Gladiator workout 10 feet apart from other participants. Registration is required ahead of time to ensure social distancing. 11 a.m. Register.


91. Partly cloudy. 20% chance of rain.

Black Lives Matter: Charlotte’s LGBTQ Community Stands United: The press conference features 40+ LGBTQ community organizations coming together for the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots & Uprising. You can tune in online or head to the Government Center Plaza with a face mask. 2-3 p.m. Free. Details.

Eat & Play Disc Golf at Truist Field: Visit the stadium for your favorite game-day foods, beer, and music and cornhole. You can also play disc golf, for an extra fee. It’s $10 per person to enter, and everything on the menu is under $8. Reserve your spots here.

Pints & Puzzles at Brewers 4001 Yancey: Tackle a 500-piece puzzle with a small team (6 or less) for a chance to win a $100 giftcard. Free. Details.

Yoga On Tap at Edge City Brewery: Take a yoga class (spaced out) on the patio and sip a beer afterward. Noon. $10 (included beer). Details.

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