Is time at home making you a little stir-crazy and making you ready to take on an adventure? Or maybe you’re just wanting to check-off another box on your bucket list before summer comes to an end! Either way, enjoy a fun staycation in Rowan County! Check out one of our amazing hotels or AirBnbs to experience the very best of Rowan County. There are plenty of ways to maintain social distancing while still enjoying the season with your family. So, check out what's happening this September in Rowan County.
Wine & Grape Month: September is wine and grape month in North Carolina! That’s certainly worth celebrating! In Rowan County we’ve got three original wineries for you to enjoy.
Morgan Ridge Vineyards: Morgan Ridge Vineyards is the perfect outdoor location for social distancing. Join them for Wine Down Fridays, Sunday Brunch or for a live concert with the Tonez on September 20. Visit their Facebook page for their events and hours.
Cauble Creek Vineyards: Cauble Creek Vineyards is celebrating the season with their CCV Harvest Party on September 26. There will be food from the Flamin’ Spatula Food Truck and live music. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the evening around the fire pits with your friends and family.
Douglas Vineyards: Fall in a wine glass! What could be better? Douglas Vineyards Fall Harvest Wine is ready for you to enjoy. Hints of apple and cranberry will transport you directly into the fall season. Get to the tasting room to get your bottle (or 3) today! Plus, join them for their last live music night of the season on September 11 from 6-9 p.m. with the Radio Flyer bluegrass band and Rollishous Ribs food truck.
Visit Outdoors: There’s no better time than now to get outside. From kayaking and hiking, to drive-in movies, September has a lot to offer outdoors.
Patterson Farm Drive In Movie Series: Patterson Farm is kicking off their Drive In Movie series on September 12 from 8-11 p.m. Escape the bright lights of the city and enjoy a family-friendly movie at the farm.
Rowan County Parks: Experience the very best of Rowan County in our parks. From bird watching and kayaking, to hiking and exploring, our parks have enjoyment for the entire family.
Farmers Markets: We’ve got 4 farmers markets in Rowan County, giving us the opportunity to eat local and shop local all at once. Many of our farmers markets take a break at the end of September, so be sure to take advantage of them this month!
Salisbury/Rowan County Farmers’ Market: Every Saturday at the Railwalk Pavillion in Downtown Salisbury the market will boast fresh produce, meats, flowers, crafts and so much more.
China Grove Market at the Mill: Every Friday at the China Grove Roller Mill from 4-6 p.m. the Market at the Mill will have fresh produce and other interesting items.
Kannapolis Farmers Market: Every Thursday from INSERT START TIME-7 p.m. at the corner of Vance Ave and Dale Earnhardt Blvd the Kannapolis Farmers Market has fresh produce, honey, spices, crafts, prepared food and more.
Town of Landis Farmers Market: Every Tuesday from 4-7 p.m. the Town of Landis gathers on W. Rice Street near the Landis Pool with fresh local produce.
Live Music: Rowan County is always proud of its arts community, but we’re proud to see them continue strong and bring us joy during the pandemic. Many of our local restaurants offer live music throughout the week. Be sure to check in with your favorite spots to see what performances they have. If you’re not sure where to start, check these performances out in September.
Sidewalk Jammin’ at Mean Mug Coffee: Every Monday night 5-7 p.m. join Mean Mug on the sidewalk for an informal opportunity for musicians to play with one another. All skill levels and spectators welcome.
Live Music at Morgan Ridge Railwalk: Join Morgan Ridge Railwalk Brewery & Eatery for live music every Friday and Saturday night during dinner. Check out their pint specials, arcade games and their jukebox!
A ‘Bury Home Companion – Virtual Concert: The annual Salisbury Symphony fundraiser has gone virtual. This virtual event will allow families to enjoy the performance from the comfort of their living room. This year’s program will feature The Hall Sisters, Fortress, The Moonglows, The Bury Home Singers and The Bury Home Silver String Band.