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The most unique events happening this month in Gaston County


Bam's Birthday Weekend

CaroMont Health Park, Gastonia, NC

September 2nd - 4th


The coolest mascot in town is turning ONE and we're going to celebrate all weekend long. You're invited to join us for Bam's birthday weekend and you don't want to miss it- we've invited all of Bam's friends to celebrate with us so it's going to be a blast. Friday, is Hawaiian Night, Saturday is Bam's Birthday Bash, Sunday is Bark in the Park + Exotic Animal Night

Get your tickets now!




History Hike at Tuckaseege Park

Mount Holly, NC

September 3rd


Gaston Museum is excited to offer History Hikes this year and this month's history hike will be held at Tuckaseege Park. These hikes are a collaboration with Riverside Marina and the Catawba Riverkeepers. Learn about local history and explore the back trails and waterways of Gaston County. All events are family friendly, so bring everyone out for this history hike to hear tales of ghostly happenings!




Labor Day Celebration and Dry-Tri

Whitewater Center

September 3rd - 4th


Enjoy the holiday weekend outdoors with the Labor Day 5K and 15K Trail Race and live music. 1.25-mile kayak or SUP paddle around Sadler Island on the Catawba River, followed by a 8 Mile mountain bike ride, and then a 5 Mile run through the Whitewater Center trail system. Take on the challenge as an individual or grab your friends and compete in a relay team of two or three. Live music by Gold Park, Colony House, Michael Franti + Spearhead and Of Good Nature. The Whitewater Center also offers more than 30 different recreational experiences that can be accessed with an activity pass.




Hoyle Historic Homestead Open House

Dallas, NC

September 10th


The Hoyle Historic Homestead Board of Directors cordially invites the public to attend the 29th Annual Open House. The Homestead will be open and available for tours. This event is free of charge to all who wish to participate. Come and enjoy learning about a significant family in the Carolina backcountry through architecture, artifacts, and historical documentation.