Our "Dramatic" full day Summer camp is for kids ages 5-11. Campers will create their own play as well as learn the basics of puppety! Campers will perform for their family and friends at the end of the week. We will have tons of fun!(Mon-Friday) 8:00am-5:00pm $225
Learn about Charlotte's more than 250 years of history, as well as current and future plans for the city. This 2 ¼ hour guided and motorized tour includes more than 100 sites in Uptown (including the historic district), and two old South Charlotte suburbs (Dilworth and Myers Park) that include Bungalow, Colonial, Queen Anne, Victorian, and Tudor style homes. There is a 25 minute mid-tour stop for bathroom break, snacks, and/or souvenirs. For more information, visit www.charlottedailycitytour.com. $6-$27 (plus, pick up/drop off fees)
Bring your Aqua Net, headbands, neons and atrociously patterned clothing back for this blast-from-the-past bar crawl through Uptown, complete with costume contests and "radical" drink specials. The crawl and registration begins at Roxbury. A koozie is included in the cost. Visit www.lazyday.com for more information and to buy tickets. $8 online; $15 at the door. Designated Drivers come for free.
Calling all kids ages 8-12! Kids will learn how to salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, hip-hop, and more! Workouts are designed to let kids max out on fun and fitness all at the same time. Safe, effective, and FUN! Member & Non-Member Rates. Space for 15! Member Price: $35 • Non Member Price: $45 • Drop in fee: $15
this is our 29th Japanese Summer festival, admission id FREE, please come and join us. Origami, Yukata fitting, Calligraphy, Tea ceremony and more. Lunch boxes will be prepared by Japanese restaurant. FREE ADMISSION
A multi-media presentation by Dr. Melinda Ratchford exploring the history, politics, myths and theories behind the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Free public event appropriate for older students and adults presented by Gaston County Public Library. No reservations required for individuals and families. Advance reservation required for organized groups. Information: 704-868-2164 / Dial 4. free
Atheist or agnostic in the Charlotte metro area? Feeling like you're the only person in the neighborhood who sleeps in on Sunday mornings? Charlotte Atheists & Agnostics holds social gatherings for atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, Pastafarians, etc. each month -- join us for food and drinks, or just come hang out! Visit the CAA website or find us on Facebook for more information. FREE!
The Charlotte Knights face the Buffalo Bisons from July 1-2, the Durham Bulls on July 3 and July 8-9, the Norfolk Tides on July 6 and July 18-19, the Indianapolis Indians from July 22-25 and the Gwinnett Braves from July 26-29. For more information, visit www.milb.com/index.jsp?sid=t494.
The DWMC engages women in the political process and advocates for issues important to women, their families, and their community. Prospective members are welcome to attend our meetings to network with women leaders and to hear guest speakers on a variety of topics. The DWMC meets at The Asian Library every second Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm.
The Silent Disco is a national craze that utilizes wireless headphones that pickup groove-worthy jams broadcasted via FM-transmitters. Rather than a traditional speaker system, the seemingly silent headphones allow for the good times to keep rolling far beyond any noise curfews.
Performances, crafts, and games to celebrate and raise awareness of the huge number of refugees living in Charlotte. Learn more about what it means to be a refugee and have fun doing it! free