It’s the 33rd Running of the Steeplechase at Callaway! See the South at it’s finest and enjoy vendors ranging from Southern Living to Stoneware and Co.. Whether you love horse racing or are just here for the party, the Steeplechase has something for everyone! Gates open at 10:00 a.m. Callaway Gardens-Pine Mountain, GA. The first
Southern Events & Happenings
StyleBlueprint finds fun things to do in the South each month. No matter if you live in Virginia or Louisiana or somewhere in-between, you will find events perfect for a road trip or to embrace in your own backyard!
Get ready for some high-flying family fun Oct. 7, when the skies at the 33-acre Sculpture Fields will be filled with colossal and colorful kites, stunt kites, Rokaku battle kites, and visitors also will experience parachute kite races at the Sculpture in the Sky event. Sculpture Fields is partnering with the Scenic City Kite Club and
Catch the Tennessee Valley Museum Train at Sculpture Fields, 1800 Polk St. on Sept. 29 at 5:30 p.m. for the fifth annual fundraiser for the 33-acre Sculpture Fields, one of the largest in the Southeast. Sculpture Fields will by celebrating German sculptors in a Bavarian-themed event. Guests will begin the evening with cocktails and music in the
There are plenty of fantastic Southern events taking place in September. We’ve selected some of our top picks to help you map out your month.
Put on your lederhosen and join us for Atlanta’s biggest German-themed party, Oktoberfest Atlanta! On Saturday, September 30th enjoy a variety of deliciously cold beers, German food, live music, and all your favorite games and activities! More info/tickets: https://www.xorbia.com/events/assc/oktoberfest-atlanta
Memphis is celebrating its culinary excellence by showcasing exceptional local chef talent along with acclaimed regional and national chefs. Enhancing this lineup will be vintners, certified sommeliers and enlightening wine enthusiasts. Local musicians such as Ghost Town Blues Band (and more!) will provide sensational entertainment. memphisfoodwinefestival.org
Head to the Metal Museum’s most anticipated event of the year, Repair Days, beginning on September 21 and concluding on September 24. Over 200 volunteers will restore as many as 350 items to their former glory – everything from rusted garden furniture to broken jewelry to warped heirloom silver – to raise funds for the
Put on your lederhosen and join the Birmingham Sport and Social Club for Birmingham’s biggest German-themed party, Birmingham Oktoberfest! On October 14, enjoy a variety of deliciously cold beers, German food, live music, and a variety of games and activities! For more information, visit: birminghamoktoberfest.com.
SCAD presents the first U.S. solo museum exhibition of designs by China’s most illustrious couturière, Guo Pei, the first Chinese national fashion designer invited to join the prestigious Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture. Presented in Atlanta and Savannah, this landmark exhibition features more than 40 of Guo Pei’s most exquisite designs, from accessories and
Join Paige Albright Orientals this Thursday, August 24, for a day in the world of Nepal! See and hear all about Tamarian Carpet’s factory workshop, from sheep to shop; hear Chris Saliga, Director of Sales from Tamarian Carpets on creating a custom carpet, made easy; and meet Michael Christie, Editor of Rug Insider Magazine and author of The Ruggist, visiting from
Wednesdays through Sundays from September 7 – October 29, the Chinese Lantern Festival will be in full swing. From 5:30 – 9:30 p.m., enjoy the splendor the brilliant creations bring to the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. 800 lanterns made by masters of the craft in Zigong, China, the center of lantern heritage, will bedazzle the
Rock out during the final days of summer at God Save the Queen City. This annual event returns with another stellar lineup. This year’s bands include Jeff the Brotherhood, Faye, Spaceface, Twin Limb, Ancient Cities and more. The tunes start at 7:30 p.m. both nights. Learn more and purchase tickets here.