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Our family events blogger Emily writes The Queen City Buzz. She is the mom of 3: a 4 year old boy, and 2 year old boy/girl twins. She is not one that is good at staying around the house, so she loves to find events and activities that are fun for her, her children, and her family.

Saturday's best bets

04/09/13 23:50

So clearly I jinxed the weather with my post last week...holy moly, by far the coldest spring break I remember. I'm just glad I can say that I (and my children) survived. I am REALLY ready for school to start again tomorrow, and I'm now feeling fully justified in my summer camp enrollment plan for the summer. :-)

Saturday, April 13

  • Myers Park Presbyterian Church hosts their annual Children's Consignment Sale beginning at 8am. More info...
  • Here's the Come See Me Festival schedule of events for today. More info...
  • Head to the Blake Hotel for Charlotte's Gluten & Allergy Free Wellness Event today 10am-4pm. More info...
  • Check out Pet Palooza today at Independence Park, 10am-3pm. More info...
  • The Carolina Raptor Center hosts Young Veterinarian's Day beginning at 10am, and offers a Pet First Aid class at 2pm. More info...
  • Trans Jam BMX comes to uptown Charlotte today. More info...
  • Discovery Place hosts a Fossil Fare today 12-2pm. More info...
  • Head to Stewart-Haas Racing today at 1pm for the Zucchini 500 Vegetable Race. More info...
  • Don't miss the American Girl Fashion Show at the Sam Lerner Center. Various times today and tomorrow. More info...
  • Check out the Kannapolis library's Stories Under the Stars: Spin! Pop! Boom! tonight at 7pm. More info...
  • Charlotte Knights vs. Durham Bulls More info...
  • Charlotte Bobcats vs. Milwaukee Bucks More info...

Save the Date:
April 20: Open Door School's Spring Fest More info...
April 26-27: BeachFest Matthews More info...
April 27: Bark in the Park More info...
May 4-5: Baby Shower & Toddler Expo More info...
May 18: Family Festival at Historic Rosedale More info...



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