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Fun in Charlotte: Chili cook-off, Latin American fest, Justin Townes Earle

‘Charlotte Wedding’ Bridal ShowCenterStage@NODA, 2315 N. Davidson St.Sunday, 1- 4 p.m.: Charlotte Wedding’s boutique bridal show features 50 vendors. Tickets $7 in advance, $10 at door, charlottemagazine.com/Charlotte-Wedding-Bridal-Show.
‘Charlotte Wedding’ Bridal ShowCenterStage@NODA, 2315 N. Davidson St.Sunday, 1- 4 p.m.: Charlotte Wedding’s boutique bridal show features 50 vendors. Tickets $7 in advance, $10 at door, charlottemagazine.com/Charlotte-Wedding-Bridal-Show. Observer staff

Dilworth-South End Chili Cook-Off

Atherton Mills, 2100 South Blvd.

Sunday, 11 a.m.: All the chili you can taste for $10 admission, along with pumpkin painting, a cornhole tournament, local bands a bake sale and more. www.dsechilicookoff.org

25th Annual Latin American Festival

Symphony Park at SouthPark Mall, 4400 Sharon Road

Sunday, noon - 8 p.m.: Music, traditional dance performances, a diverse selection of Latin American food, a marketplace of handmade crafts, and more on the second day of this two-day festival. One-day pass $10, children 10 and under free; www.latinamericancoalition.org/festivallatinoamericano.

‘Charlotte Wedding’ Bridal Show

CenterStage@NODA, 2315 N. Davidson St.

Sunday, 1- 4 p.m.: Charlotte Wedding’s boutique bridal show features 50 vendors. Tickets $7 in advance, $10 at door, charlottemagazine.com/Charlotte-Wedding-Bridal-Show.

Jenny Milchman, author of ‘As Night Falls’

Park Road Books, 4139 Park Road

Monday, 7 p.m.: The author discusses her psychological thriller. www.parkroadbooks.com.

Justin Townes Earle

Visulite Theatre, 1615 Elizabeth Ave.

Tuesday, 8 p.m.: The singer-songwriter (and son of country singer Steve Earle) comes to town. Tickets $22.50/$25, www.visulite.com.

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