Owl’s Eye Vineyard and Winery live music: 2 to 4 p.m., 1414 Metcalf Road, Shelby, featuring Bob Stephens. He started touring at the age of 15 with a gospel group known as the Brooklyn All-Stars. A pianist, he went on the play alongside Fats Domino and spent many years working as an entertainer with Disney. He performed in the movie “Having Our Say.” He will play requests from “golden oldies” to current popular hits. Performing Sept. 10: Andi and Micah Lathrop, playing contemporary, Americana, country and folk songs as well as original compositions. Visit owlseyevineyard.com.
Shelby No-Name Al-Anon Family Group: Noon to 1 p.m., Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 502 W. Sumter St., Shelby. Meets Mondays. Provides support to friends and families of alcoholics. Call Mary, 704-477-8390.
NAMI Rutherford-Cleveland Family Support Group: 6 p.m., 124 S. Powell St., Suite D, Forest City. For family members and caregivers of those dealing with mental illness. Meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month
Shelby Family Al-Anon Group: 8 p.m., Shelby Presbyterian Church, 226 E. Graham St., Shelby. Provides support to friends and families of alcoholics. Call Jann, 704-692-7688.
Dog classes: 6:30 p.m., Shelby City Park, 850 W. Sumter St., Shelby. Orientation will be at 6:30 p.m. The Shelby City Parks and Recreation Department and DogSports Unlimited will co-sponsor the dog classes which are held 6:30 p.m. Thursdays and 3 p.m. on Sundays. Classes include puppy kindergarten, adult manners, rally sport, and intro to pet therapy. All dogs are welcome, all ages, breeds and mixes. Space is limited. Call Tina Whisnant at 704-538-1397 or email [email protected]
Hartley’s Dream Ride Poker Run: 9:30 a.m. (registration) Tilley’s Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Drive, Statesville. The event will fund Hartley’s second year at ClemsonLife. The cost is $ 20 for single and $ 25 for two up. The first bike out will be at 10 a.m. and the last bike in at 3:30 p.m. Best hand is $ 250, worst hand and most aces $ 50 each. Prices and 50/50 awarded at 4 p.m. Features food, door prizes and a band. Call Dakota at 704-300-9025, Hillbilly at 828-499-2303, Wayne at 828-291-3204 or find the event on facebook.
Annual Hoyle Historic Homestead event: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 1214 Dallas Stanley Highway, Dallas. The Hoyle Historic Homestead will be open to the public. Free. Feature tours of the house, displays about history and genealogy, food and live music.
South Mountain Fire Rescue Barbecue and Bluegrass Event: 4 p.m., 8204 Gus Peeler Road, Connelly Springs. There will be barbecue, choice of sauce, baked beans, roll, cole slaw, dessert and a drink. For directions or information call Penny, 828-438-1670.
Reverse raffle and auctions: 5:30 p.m., Patrick Senior Center, 909 E. Kings St., Kings Mountain to benefit the Kings Mountain Historical Museum. Tickets are on sale. A $ 125 ticket includes dinner for two and a 1-in-300 chance to win the grand prize of $ 10,000. The evening will feature live, silent, and cake auctions, raffle prizes, camaraderie and entertainment. The theme will tie to the museum’s current exhibit, Great Gatsby: Cleveland County in the Roaring Twenties. Guests may enjoy the elegance of the era and 1920s dress is encouraged. Visit kingsmountainmuseum.org. The exhibit will be on display at the museum through Oct. 21. The museum is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Museum admission is free.