Go. Play. See.: 4 Fun Things to Experience in Charlotte This Month

From vegetable gardening to outdoor movies
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EAT FRIES FOR DINNER

If you’re a fan of this popular food truck and their loaded gourmet fries (and who isn’t?), stop by What the Fries’ new storefront on Park Road. In addition to their legendary fries, burgers, and fried bread pudding tots, you can order from an expanded menu with items like fried snapper sandwiches, wings, and loaded fry wraps. We challenge you to find a kid who would turn down a pile of fries for dinner. 10707 Park Rd., Ste. R, whatthefriesclt.com

Charlotte Nc September 14th What The Fries Team Jamie Barnes And Greg Williams And An Assortment Of Their Food! Photographed In Charlotte, Nc On September 14th, 2020. Photo By Peter Taylor

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CATCH AN OUTDOOR MOVIE

As part of Spindle Bar’s week of spring break festivities at Optimist Hall, they’ll host a movie night in the courtyard on Saturday, April 3 at 6 p.m. Admission is free, and “sack dinners” are available for purchase at Ava Pizzeria. Grown-up sacks are $12 and include a cocktail; the kid-friendly version is $7 and comes with a juice box. Spread out a blanket or set up a lawn chair and settle in to watch “10 Things I Hate About You” on the Spindle Bar TVs. spindlebar.com

 

TAKE A GARDENING WORKSHOP

Get your hands dirty, explore raised bed vegetable gardening, and learn about composting and vermiculture at Wing Haven’s SEED Wildlife and Children’s Gardens. The cost is $15 per family for members and $20 for non-members, and the workshop is recommended for children ages 10 and under. winghavengardens.org

 

GET YOUR CRAFT ON

Looking to get creative with your little one? Skip the craft store and get everything you need in one box. The Box Full’s Spring Box is filled with spring-themed crafts, over 25 activity sheets, and repeatable activities that encourage imagination, creativity, and learning. Each box is $30 and includes free shipping and delivery. theboxfull.com