September is here. I like to think of it as the awkward month of the year. It’s still as warm, or warmer than summer has been, but you’re ready for the leaves to change and fall to begin.

The best part about September is making the weekends count like summer is still here. York County has you covered in that department.

Here’s 16 of the best events happening in York County this month:

September 8th:

  • Fiddle ‘n Pig Shindig: Head out to the Greenway for a star-studded line up of live music, food trucks, and a bier garden with more than 40 beers to taste. If you plan early, you can even stay the night. Camp out under the stars for a great family memory.
  • Shop & Hop: Buy your tickets now for this kickoff event for the first York County Fashion Week. This is your opportunity to put in the work now for free tickets to the Fashion Week shows. Shop and drink and eat at boutiques and breweries across York County for a weekend full of fun. Click here to download your passport.
  • By The Sweat of Our Brows: This annual event honors the legacy of African-Americans who were enslaved at Brattonsville, as well as their descendants, known today as the “Seven Sacred Families.” This is an educational reenactment with lots of activities for the kids as well. Ticket prices are $8 for Adults, $8; $5 for Youth ages 4-17 and kids age 3 years and younger are free.
  • Windy Hill Orchard: Apple Season begins at Windy Hill Orchard and Cidery in York. Take the kids for an authentic farm experience and stop and taste some hard cider as well.

September 15th:

  •  Tega Cay Food Truck Rally: The last rally of the summer includes a lineup of 11 different food trucks, meaning there’s a bite for everyone. They’re held at Runde Park from 6-10p.m. They’ll have bounce castle for all ages and a shuttle service from the tennis courts to the park. No outside alcohol, grills, or dogs will be allowed in the event.
  • Flipside Dinner Pairing with Amor Artis: If you’ve been looking for a 5-course meal paired with your favorite local brewery, search no further. Two of the best in Fort Mill are coming together for this one night event to offer you the best. Tickets are $80 a person. To purchase, click here. Proceeds go to benefit Piere’s Project.
  • Color Me For Life- Color Run: The Palmetto Womens Center is hosting their first color run in Fort Mill. Start training now for the action packed 5K run and 1 mile walk. Click here to register.
  • Effective Prayer with Anne Graham Lotz: The daughter of Billy Graham and one of the most influential evangelists of her generation will be stopping by the Winthrop Coliseum. Her effective prayer sermon will take place from 9am to 12:30p.m.

September 21st:

  • Food Truck Friday: Get out to Old Town for Food Truck Friday at Fountain Park. Elevate your Friday dinner plans from delivery pizza to a community event with awesome culinary options. There will also be live music to serenade your supper.
  • York County Quilter’s Guild Show: This two-day event kicks off on Friday at the Events at Manchester on Cinema Drive. The event will feature vendors, demonstrations and mini-workshops conducted by guild members, as well as a boutique offering handwork and other items. Click here for more information.

September 22nd:

  • Tap the Rock: This beer fest is taking over Old Town. From 1-5 come taste more than 50 breweries from across North and South Carolina in Fountain Park. For $40 you can taste beers to your heart’s content. This year, it’s also open to the public, for $5 each you can taste individual breweries. Get your tickets, here.
  • Piedmont Pottery & Pickin: Head to Historic Brattonsville from 10a.m. to 4 p.m.  for bluegrass music, barbecue, and local hand-made pottery. Catawba Indian potters will be on site selling their work.

September 29th:

  • Dog Gone Good Time Festival: Come on out to the Walter Elisha Park in Fort Mill for a dog gone good time with your pup. It’s a family affair with activities for the kids, games for the dogs and lots of vendors. The event helps the York County Humane Society.
  • Take a Child Outside Day: Want to educate your little ones on the environment and the world around them? Head to this event from 10a.m. to 2p.m. at the Museum of York County.
  • Rock The Grill: You’ll want to be in Fountain Park in Rock Hill for this one! This state BBQ Championship event will include tastings, food trucks, live music, wood carving, and moonshine tastings. It’s an all day event from 11:30 to 9p.m. so come hungry and pace yourself. It’s a marathon, not a sprint!

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