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Dig for Dinos at nature museum

Dig for Dinos at nature museum

The Charlotte Nature Museum’s Creature Feature in July is Diggin’ on Dinos. At the special event, kids can dig up and study stones, bones and other fossils. They will learn… Read more »

Gardener to speak  on native plants

Gardener to speak on native plants

Gardening expert Margaret Genkins will speak later this month at the Lower Providence Community House. Genkins will discuss how to use native plants in local gardens, as well as eco-friendly… Read more »

Audition dates set for Carolina Voices

Audition dates set for Carolina Voices

People can start signing up for auditions for the three Carolina Voices choirs. Audition dates are Aug. 18, 21 and 27. Spots are open in the MainStage, Festival Singers and… Read more »

Author de Castrique coming to Park Road Books

Author de Castrique coming to Park Road Books

People can meet author and Charlotte native Mark de Castrique next week at an event at Park Road Books. De Castrique’s visit marks the release of his new thriller, “The… Read more »

Children’s Theatre camps near

Children’s Theatre camps near

The first Children’s Theatre of Charlotte camp opens July 16 for rising eighth-graders to 12th-graders. The first camp, July 16 to 20 from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., is Play… Read more »

History museum needs help planning program

History museum needs help planning program

The Charlotte Museum of History is working on what program to offer people this fall, and currently is taking votes on the matter. People can vote by Tuesday, July 10,… Read more »

From King to Prince, “America I AM” tells America’s total story

From King to Prince, “America I AM” tells America’s total story

Exhibition celebrates ­African-American struggle and success by Dee Grano If meaningful success is rooted in sacrifice there is no greater triumph than that of Africans in America celebrated in the… Read more »

After focus on France, Symphony back on America

After focus on France, Symphony back on America

The Charlotte Symphony’s next two Summer Pops concerts at SouthPark’s Symphony Park are focused on American composers and the country’s birth. The Sunday, June 1, show will feature music by… Read more »

Mint exhibits open Saturday

Mint exhibits open Saturday

The Mint Museum has two exhibits opening this weekend in Uptown. Hard Truths: The Art of Thornton Dial will run through September. The southern artist’s works focus on “the human… Read more »

Local gallery features Linda Gross Brown

Local gallery features Linda Gross Brown

The Charlotte Fine Art Gallery is featuring pastel artist Linda Gross Brown in July for the “Sunrise, Sunset” exhibit. People can meet the artist and see her works at an… Read more »

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