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Brainy stuff on tap for free this week: science, community read and an ode to Civil Rights

WDAV celebrates fifth anniversary of Sunday program Biscuits & Bach with free Bojangles’ biscuits and coffee in Davidson.

Kids have plenty of free options this week: a LEGO build, fitness fun and fishing with Dr. Seuss

The popular Fairy House Festival is in its sixth year at Latta Plantation.

Arts headline much of the weekend, including jazz at Davidson and old films in Charlotte.

McAdenville gets rowdy with the Yule Log Ceremony; MomsCharlotte invites kids to bounce for free and the Epicentre hosts Santa.

If the heavens aren’t your thing, the arts await for free: live folk concert, Parisian music at St. Peter’s, Bollywood at the Mint and performance art at the McColl.

An eclectic group of festivals highlights free fun this week: One is for dogs and horses and another is for fans of electronic music. Another great choice: The Gospel Shout! concert.

The second annual Hola Charlotte Festival celebrates Hispanic heritage and culture. In addition to activities on the street and performances on two stages, swing by Levine Museum of the New South, ImaginOn, 7th St. Public Market and Discovery Place. Enjoy salsa dancing and Zumba instruction, as well as authentic Latin food and drink.

From Cajun festivals to international festivals to free admission to art museums, this week’s free stuff in Charlotte is sure to expand your mind.

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Jody Mace
Jody Mace is a freelance writer based in Charlotte, where she lives with her husband, two kids, and a dog, Shaggy.