Happy Friday, everyone! Here are the five events you won't want to miss in Memphis this weekend.
The last bits of fall from @rhodescollege on Instagram.
Delta Groove is hosting their first annual yoga festival with back-to-back classes in different styles of yoga, a yoga dance party, Yoga Olympics, and "random acts of yoga" around Overton Square. All proceeds benefit the Memphis Child Advocacy Center.
Some of the best Mid-South homebuilders and interior designers have created six dream homes, full of all the bells and whistles. Do some daydreaming/window shopping while these houses are open for touring. The show is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, and from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays, and runs until December 1.
The Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention is three glorious days of geekery. There will be panels (including "Harry Potter Studies"), costume contests, visiting artists and writers, and a concert with voice actor/rocker Jess Harnell and The School of Rock. Craig Brewer will be giving Q&A's and signing autographs, and also there will be something called a LEGO derby. Someone please take pictures of this and tag them #ilovememphis on Instagram or Twitter.
Kids can make fall-themed crafts, see Hattiloo Theatre perform scenes from Charlotte's Web, and watch local artist Frank D. Robinson give demonstrations, and everybody can see the Dixon grounds for free.
The Mid-South chapter of the Red Cross is hosting an after party following their annual Red Boa Ball fundraiser. Read all about it here.
If none of these work for you, there are a ton more on the blog's calendar.
As you're out and about this weekend, tag your Instagram photos and Tweets #ilovememphis. You photos might show up here in the future. You can also follow me on Instagram @hrwhitfield. Have fun!