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Student gallery wraps up soon

Student gallery wraps up soon

This year’s student art exhibition comes to an end on Aug. 26 at the Charlotte Fine Art Gallery. The exhibit showed off art from some of the many students who… Read more »

Learning about what’s Wild in the Water

Learning about what’s Wild in the Water

The Charlotte Nature Museum’s monthly Creature Feature this month is focused on animals that live in local waters. Wild in the Water will explore water habitats and let children learn… Read more »

Filmmaker brings documentary to Charlotte

Filmmaker brings documentary to Charlotte

The award-winning documentary filmmaker Nancy Kates will bring her film “Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin” to Time Out Youth on Thursday. The film, which has won more than… Read more »

Interim director named at Charlotte Symphony

Interim director named at Charlotte Symphony

Bob Stickler is now the interim executive director of the Charlotte Symphony. Stickler is a member of the symphony board, and recently retired form Bank of America. He has served… Read more »

Festival coming to women’s club Festival coming to women’s club

Festival coming to women’s club Festival coming to women’s club

The Lower Providence Community House women’s club is getting ready for a community festival next month. The event, scheduled for Sept. 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., will include… Read more »

Celebrate some local history

Celebrate some local history

The Schiele Museum will soon celebrate the Tryon Resolves. The document, signed in 1775, is a local Declaration of Independence adopted by citizens of Tryon County, which is now Gaston,… Read more »

Smartly-penned “Summer on Fire” mingles politics and passion

Smartly-penned “Summer on Fire” mingles politics and passion

In the new play “Summer on Fire,” the character of Gwynn Simmons is a young and talented singer/songwriter who gets jitters before her first big tour.  She confides in an… Read more »

Creating her own flavor one meal at a time

Creating her own flavor one meal at a time

Next time you pick up a cookbook at the store, there’s a chance you might be looking to whip up a meal from one of south Charlotte’s own. After searching… Read more »

Making reading cool

Making reading cool

On a day when most elementary school-aged children are sleeping-in, 55 students board buses for the Montclaire Elementary Freedom School, a reading-focused summer program aimed at eliminating summer reading loss. … Read more »

Potters to sell at  special Mint event

Potters to sell at special Mint event

The eighth annual Potters Market Invitational is coming to the Mint Museum Randolph next month, and bringing with it 40 of the state’s best potters. The event, Sept. 15 from… Read more »

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