Entertainment

Your guide to Sunday’s entertainment in Charlotte

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PLANETARIUM4.CHN.081806.HLL -- CHAPEL HILL,NC -- Detail photo of one of the Morehead Planetarium exhibit hall displays of the current nine planets in our solar system, from left to right: Pluto (very small speck at far left),Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Earth, Venus and Mercury.The possible addition of three new planets to our nine planet solar system may change the live vocal presenation some at the planetarium programs, but not the programmed Planetarium shows for now.STAFF/HARRY LYNCH HARRY LYNCH

Music

‘The Planets’

3:30 p.m., Sharon United Methodist Church, 4411 Sharon Road. $15 ($12 seniors/students, $35 family). www.charlottecivicorchestra.org.

The Charlotte Civic Orchestra plays Gustav Holst’s “The Planets,” plus new “Earth” and “Pluto” movements by Charlotte composer Ronald Parks. SouthPark Women’s Chorus, Charlotte Amateur Astronomers Club and Schiele Museum’s planetarium collaborate.

History

Civil War Reenactment

2 p.m. (also Saturday). Historic Latta Plantation, 5225 Sample Road. $8; $7 for seniors and students; 5 and younger free. www.lattaplantation.org.

A battle reenacting the end of the Civil War will play out on the front lawn; bring your own chair. Before and afterward, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., visitors can experience 1865 Charlotte through demonstrations, exhibits, living history farm animals, live music, food vendors and a ladies’ tea party (at noon).

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