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Fun in Charlotte: NoDa Farmers Market, African American Fest, Symphony Lollipops

Charlotte Symphony Lollipops: Nature TalesKnight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St.Saturday, 11 a.m.: Greet the arrival of spring with Leopold the Leopard and a talking tree as they recount a tale that weaves its way through the nature settings depicted in Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony (Symphony No. 6). Tickets $19.50 - $24.50, www.charlottesymphony.org.
Charlotte Symphony Lollipops: Nature TalesKnight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St.Saturday, 11 a.m.: Greet the arrival of spring with Leopold the Leopard and a talking tree as they recount a tale that weaves its way through the nature settings depicted in Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony (Symphony No. 6). Tickets $19.50 - $24.50, www.charlottesymphony.org. jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

NoDa Farmers Market Spring Fest

Corner of Alexander and E. 36th streets

Saturday, 8 a.m. -- noon: The NoDa Farmers Market makes its official move from Neighborhood Theatre to outside. Expect baby ducks, horse rides, samples from the vendors and more. www.facebook.com/NoDaFarmersMarket

Fourth Annual Charlotte African-American Festival

Carole Hoefener Center, 610 E. 7th St.

Saturday, noon -- 5 p.m.: The festival will feature musical performances, art, literature, food, dancers, drummers, speakers, vendors and more. Journey through the Underground Railroad with a Harriet Tubman interpreter and hear stories of other famous African-Americans on the Black History Walk of Fame. charlotteentnetwork.com

Charlotte Symphony Lollipops: Nature Tales

Knight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St.

Saturday, 11 a.m.: Greet the arrival of spring with Leopold the Leopard and a talking tree as they recount a tale that weaves its way through the nature settings depicted in Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony (Symphony No. 6). Tickets $19.50 - $24.50, www.charlottesymphony.org.

‘Viva Moschino’

Mint Museum Uptown, 500 S. Tryon St.

Sunday, 1-5 p.m.: Your last chance to see the U.S. retrospective of work by Italian designer Franco Moschino (done between 1983 and 1994), whose name has become a favorite of celebrities such as Madonna, Tina Turner and Rihanna. Cost $12 adults, $9 students and seniors, $6 ages 5-17. www.mintmuseum.org

National Small College Rugby Organization Mid-Atlantic South Region Championship

Rugby Athletic Center, 3722 S. Tryon St.

Sunday, noon: Catch the finals of the weekend tournament (matches also Saturday at noon and 2 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m.). Tickets $10 per day, $15 for weekend pass. rugbyathleticcenter.com

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