FAMILY MOVIE FESTIVAL: Free Movie series with G and PG movies presented by the Holly Springs Branch Library. Call for movie titles. Most Saturdays. 919-567-4000. Raleigh, N.C.
FREE MOVIES AT THE LAKE: June: Night at The Museum; June 10: Charlotte's Web; June 17: Happy Feet; June 24: Astronaut Farmer. Show starts at dusk. Carolina Beach Lake Park. 910-458-8434. www.pleasurenc.org.
GREECE: SECRETS OF THE PAST June 1-22: Discover the Greek Isles, from the volcanoes of Santorini to the ruins of the Parthenon in Athens. Crew Training International IMAX Theater, Memphis, Tenn. For reservations or more information, call 901-320-6362.
HURRICANE ON THE BAYOU June 1-30: Narration by Meryl Streep and a soundtrack of New Orleans blues and gospels, Hurricane on the Bayou takes viewers on a tour of the Louisiana bayou and New Orleans. Crew Training International IMAX Theater, Memphis, Tenn. For more information, call 901-320-6362.
IMAX THEATRE AT EXPLORIS JUNE June: Mystery of the Nile; Mystic India: An Incredible Journey of Inspiration; SHARKS: 3D; The Greatest Places. Exploris is home to the only 3D IMAX theatre in North Carolina. 919-834-4040. www.exploris.org/imax. Raleigh, N.C.
MOVIES IN THE PARK June 8: Movies begin each evening at sunset with free popcorn and drawings. Bring your own blanket or chairs. Freedom Park Amphitheater. www.watershedcharlotte.com.
THALIAN HALL CENTER OF PERFORMING ARTS June 1-2: The Italian; June 11-13: Black Book; June 18-20: After The Wedding; June 28-30: The Situation. $7. 1-800-523-2820. www.thalianhall.com. Wilmington, N.C.
WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE AT SHINNECOCK June 9: Film survey of the life and work of William Merritt Chase through his student life in Munich and his career in New York City. Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, S.C. 2 p.m. 803-799-2810. www.columbiamuseum.org.
8 June 1-30: Work by Summer and 11-month Affiliate Artists. Opening Reception: Friday, June 1, 6-9 p.m. McColl Center for Visual Art. 704-332-5535. www.mccollcenter.org.
4TH ANNUAL HOME SCHOOL DAY June 1: Explore the laws of physics in motion from astonishing speeds to edge-of-your seat twists and turns as Carowinds captures the core concepts of mathematics and physics every day in its thrilling rides. Carowinds. www3.cedarfair.com/carowinds.
22ND ANNUAL BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL June 2: This annual music festival is held on the Ocean Front Beach Stage near the Boardwalk at Carolina Beach, N.C. $15 ADV/$20. 910-458-8434. www.pleasureislandnc.org.
23RD ANNUAL LOBSTER FEST June 2: Presented by Church of the Servant with fresh Maine lobsters, cole slaw, corn on the cob and rolls. For more information, 910-538-3241.
37th OLD NORTH STATE ANTIQUE GUN AND MILITARY ANTIQUES SHOW June 2-3. Arms & Memorabilia of the Civil War, Indian Wars, WWI, WWII, etc. Items exhibited, bought, sold and traded. N.C. State Fairgrounds. For info call 704-282-1339. Raleigh, N.C.
56TH ANNUAL SUN FUN FESTIVAL June 1--5: Music, beauty pageants, and of course, that fun in the sun. Myrtle Beach, S.C. www.discovermyrtlebeach.com.
ACCESS ALL AREAS June 1-30: Explores the music industry and its physics, technology, history, artists and audiences. Memphis Pink Palace Museum, Memphis, Tenn. 901-320-6362. www.memphismusuems.org.
AGAPE SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM June 11-30: A Christian program for children from kindergarten to 6th grade where activities include dance, etiquette, theatre, swimming, field trips and more. 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. Nations Ford Community Church. 704-522-6480.
AMERICAN ARTISAN FESTIVAL June 15-18: Some 160 artists from around the country have been selected to represent their areas of expertise. Centennial Park, Nashville, Tenn. www.american-artisan.com.
ANNUAL JAMIL AQHA HORSE SHOW June 7-10. Camden Equestrian Center & Entertainment Complex, Columbia, S.C. 803-432-9100.
BLUEBERRY PICKING June 1-30: Come to the Nesbit Blueberry Plantation on Bankston Road and pick your own or they will pick them for you. Memphis, Tenn. 662-429-3778. www.desotocountytourism.com.
BEYOND THE MAKER'S MARK June 1-30: Celebrated, silversmith, Paul de Lamerie's Silver in the Cahn Collection to be shown. Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tenn. 901-544-6200. www.brooksmuseum.org.
BODY WORLDS June 13-30: Featuring more than 200 human specimens that allow visitors see and understand physiology in an unforgettable anatomy lesson. $8-$22. Discovery Place. 704-372-6261. www.discoveryplace.org/bodyworlds.com.
C&E GUN SHOW June 16-17. Merchandise Mart.
CENTER CITY GREEN MARKET June 1-30: Fresh local produce, fish, flowers, and handmade crafts. June 16: The Great Cookie Crumble -- annual cookie contest. Every Saturday, 8 a.m.--1 p.m. Seventh Street, across from Reid's Fine Foods. www. Centercitygreenmarket.com.
CENTER OF THE EARTH GALLERY June 1-June 30: New works by Elena Madden and James Couper. Opening Reception: Friday, June 1, 6-9 p.m. in conjunction with the NoDa Gallery Crawl. 704-375-5756. www.centeroftheearth.com/www.noda.org.
CHASEN GALLERIES June 1-29: Expressions by Michael Sprouse. Original paintings on canvas. 704-376-0066.
CHILDREN'S FISHING RODEO June 30: The lake will be stocked with over 1,500 lbs of catfish ready to be caught. Prizes will be awarded for Biggest Fish (by weight) and Heaviest String of Fish in the age categories. 901-385-5589. Bobby K. Flaherty Municipal Center, Memphis, Tenn.