Weekday Planner: 37 fun things to do in Charlotte this week – Axios Charlotte

Legion Brewing South Park. Photo: Axios Charlotte archives
Reedy Creek Park and Nature Center | 2-3pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Bring the kiddos to search around for critters and learn about the great outdoors.
South End | 5pm; through March 20 | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Five new interactive light installations have popped up along the Rail Trail for a limited time. Now through March 20.
Reedy Creek Park and Nature Center | 5-6pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Get outside and enjoy the fresh air and meet like-minded people.
Chef Alyssa’s Kitchen | 6-9pm | $75 | Details 
Why you should go: Join Chef Joel to learn how to prepare three types of bread including Pain d’Epi (a French wheat stalk baguette), honey oatmeal rolls and cornmeal focaccia.
PlantHouse | 6:30-8pm | $26 | Details 
Why you should go: Plan a girls’ night or date night outing and assemble your own terrarium using air plants and decor items.
Wooden Robot Brewery (South End) | Tuesdays; 6:30-8:30pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Join the RunBots for a social run around South End. Route distances are 1, 3 and 5 miles.
All Birds South End | 6:30pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Meet at the corner of All Birds South End to join the squad for a fun run along the light rail. Choose between the 2-mile and 4-mile route.
Foxcroft Wine Co. SouthPark | 7-9pm | $99 | Details 
Why you should go: Experience a carefully curated five-course dinner and wine pairing led by Dr. Nancy Irelan the co-owner and winemaker for Red Tail Ridge Winery in New York.
Starlight on 22nd | 7:30-9pm | Free, $1 membership fee | Details 
Why you should go: Laugh at standup performed by local comedians or sign up to crack of your own.
Divine Barrel Brewing | 5-9pm | Menu prices | Details 
Why you should go: Get your hands on some delicious Texas-style BBQ. It’s first-come, first-served so swing by before they run out.
Billy Sunday | 6-9pm | $25 | Details
Why you should go: Some of Charlotte’s top female bartenders are coming together for a friendly competition where you’re the judge. Tickets include a welcome cocktail, drinks from each participant and snacks provided by AVA pizzeria.
Legion Brewing Southpark | 6-7:30pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Get the information you need from top real estate experts to navigate the current housing market and get the house you want.
The Cocktailery | 6-8:30pm | $103 | Details 
Why you should go: An instructor from Birmingham Sushi Class Company is flying out to teach a hands-on sushi rolling class. In-between sushi instruction you’ll learn how to make a sake cocktail with Tamu Curtis.
Good Postage Camp North End (event space) | 6-8pm | $10, email hello@goodpostage.com to reserve | Details 
Why you should go: Bring a sketchbook and join Good Postage in the event space in the Raceway (next to Hex coffee) for a fun figure drawing session.
Sycamore Brewing | 6:15pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Put on a green-getup for a St. Patrick’s Day-themed run with the group. The best-dressed runner will win a new pair of kicks, from Omega Sports & New Balance.
Jambox | 6:30-10pm | $5 | Details 
Why you should go: Share your talents and connect with other local musicians. Sign-ups start at 6pm, show starts at 6:30pm.
Armored Cow Brewing Co. | 6:30-8:30pm | $25 | Details 
Why you should go: Local artist, Aimee-Rose will help you create a masterpiece featuring your favorite four-legged muse. All materials will be provided.
Bojangles Coliseum | 7pm | $160+ | Details 
Why you should go: Rapper, musician and internet troll Tyler, The Creator will perform a mix of songs from his latest album and past albums. He’ll be joined by Kali Uchis, Vince Staples and Tezzo Touchdown.
Knight Theater | 7pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Enjoy a wide range of performances from singers, dancers, magicians and more.
Spectrum Center | 7pm | $15-$395 | Details 
Why you should go: Experience the energy of the hive during game time.
Barry’s | 8:45am | $29 | Details
Why you should go: Get your rear in gear and join instructors Paige and Chelsea for a low-impact leg day workout.
Brewers at 4001 Yancey | 11am to 10pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Hang out in the taproom and get a free St. Patty’s Day glass to add to your collection.
All Midwood Smokehouse locations | 11am to 9pm | Menu pricing | Details
Why you should go: Stop by any Midwood Smokehouse location for a smoked corned beef plate with cabbage. One day only.
Sir Edmond Halley’s Restaurant | 11am to 2am (next day) | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Take your tastebuds straight to Ireland and stop by the pub for Sir Ed’s famous corned beef & cabbage. There will be Irish Dancers, a Bag Piper, and of course, plenty of Guinness to go around.
Piedmont Social House | 11:30am to 10pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Enjoy food and drink specials like $6 Guinness drafts, $8 Irish Car Bombs, $10 Irish Burgers and $10 Fish n’ Chips.
Kilted Buffalo Plaza Midwood | Noon to 1am (next day) | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Stop by the pub to watch March Madness games and celebrate St. Patty’s Day.
The Gallery Bar at the Ballantyne Hotel | 11am to closing | Price varies | Details
Why you should go: The Gallery Bar is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a special Irish-themed menu.
Small Bar South End | Thursday-Saturday; 4pm to close | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Enjoy three days of food specials, live music, games and prizes.
Blackfinn Ameripub Ballantyne | 4pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: The Ballantyne Village is once again turning green for its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration. There will be live music, bagpipers, a DJ, green beer and other festivities.
Cloud Bar by David Burke | 4pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Enjoy Irish-themed food and drink specials, live entertainment and giveaways.
The Music Yard | 5pm | $20 | Details
Why you should go: Celebrate The Music Yard’s opening day and St. Patty’s Day. Expect DJs, performers, vendors, green beer, and a bagpiper.
Camp North End | 6-9pm | $30 | Details
Why you should go: Spend St. Patrick’s Day at Camp North End’s first-ever Clover Crawl. Your $30 ticket gets you a punch card to redeem one spring-inspired drink from each of the four participating on-site bars and a limited-edition Camp North End cup.
Lucky Dog Bark & Brew Charlotte | 6pm | Free | Details 
Why you should go: Bring your pup out for a fun evening of festivities like photo ops and prizes.
Stroke Putt | Thursdays; 6pm | $12.60+ | Details 
Why you should go: This 9-hole golf league is a fun way to be social and enjoy a little bit of friendly competition. Join as a two-person team or as a single-player. League rounds are available for purchase each week or you can save by pre-paying for 9 or 18 rounds.
Billy Sunday | 6:30pm | $150 | Details 
Why you should go: This exclusive bourbon dinner will feature a happy hour with Maker’s Mark cocktails and passed hors d’ouvres, a four-course tasting dinner and a brief bourbon instruction.
The Fillmore | 8pm | $29.50 | Details 
Why you should go: If you haven’t heard of Chelsea Cutler, now you have. Catch the singer-songwriter perform her latest album When I Close My Eyes live from the Filmore.
Rosies Wine Garden NoDa | 8:30-9:30am | $20 | Details 
Why you should go: Get a bright and early start to your Friday and head to Rosie’s for a vinyasa-based flow that incorporates noise-canceling headphones.
Online with SkillPop | 5:30-7pm | $19 | Details 
Why you should go: Join Chef Rosana for a class dedicated to the art of preparing Spanish tapas. You’ll learn how to make Pan con Tomate (tomato bread), Datiles con Tocino, and Cazuelita de Judias.
The Music Yard at SouthBound | 6-11pm | $10+ | Details 
Why you should go: Ease into the weekend and vibe with musical artists GUZ, MUUS and Brook Legends.
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