The cozy Manor Theatre opened its doors 70 years ago on Sunday, and it’s been holding that spot on Providence Road since damn near World War II. To celebrate that birthday, two movies will screen through the day that ran in 1947, the Manor’s inaugural year. First, The Egg and I (1:30 and 7 p.m.), the first movie ever played at the theater, followed by the Gregory Peck flick Gentleman’s Agreement (4:20 p.m.), which won Best Picture in ‘47. $5
This workshop will teach you why we do pranayama and when and how to practice it both on and off the mat. Learn the foundational breathing practices used to center and focus the mind; move into breathing practices used to raise energy levels; and wind down with breathing practices used to relax the nervous system for deep introspection and meditation. At the end of the workshop, you will feel empowered to take pranayama home to practice and be able to participate confidently in pranayama during group yoga classes. $25http://beyogaandwellness.com/events-2-be-yoga-charlotte/
Foundation Training is a new approach to physical, structural, and neurological health. It is a simple proven method using the principles of ideal human biomechanics to correct postural imbalances and relieve pain in minutes a day at any age or fitness level. It’s the ultimate accessory to help improve any activity or movement program. Investment: $25 $25https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=11941&stype=-8&sView=day&sLoc=2&sTrn=100000428
Join us for, the 6th annual Gnarliest Kids Adventure Race (THE GNAR) offers kids, ages five through 14, the opportunity to experience the thrill of adventure racing. Teams of two will work together to navigate a variety of challenges. The course is TOP SECRET! Challenges may include mountain biking, running, a low ropes course, problem-solving, a climbing wall, and a grand finale obstacle guaranteed to leave a perma-grin smile for your ride home.http://gnar.racesonline.com/
In the spirit of Opening Day for the Charlotte Knights, this month, we have a lineup of great American baseball movies. This week, we are kicking off with Bull Durham! As always, we will have $3 Domestics, $5 Tito’s and Deep Eddy’s vodka, along with $5 Crown Royals. Our month-long drink special is the appropriately named drink, “The Sandlot”, which will definitely bring in feelings of nostalgia as you sip on this Cheerwine topped bourbon delight! See you Sunday at 7! FREEhttps://www.facebook.com/events/186115235226631/
Rock and roll outfit The Young Step has announced a month-long tour following the release of their debut vinyl LP El Clàsico. They have been described as sounding like David Bowie, Blondie, and The The Talking Heads wrote songs with Black Sabbath and Steely Dan. Check em out.
In her work, Adrian Rhodes reflects on the collective sense of nostalgia and the yearning associated with generational memory. Printmaking is at the core of her process, allowing for the swift installation of recurring imagery and personal iconography into the work. Sky maps of constellations, navigational charts and the matriarchal structure of bee colonies reference connections between mothers and daughters. DNA structures and printmaking processes examine issues of inheritance freehttp://www.yorkcountyarts.org/swarm