Hope you made it safe and sound through #snOMG 2017. Give Charlotte a couple of days to thaw out and then there will be lots of family fun to be had. Lots of new things to see at the theater and many upcoming events over MLK weekend.
January 10 @ 4-5pm
Ages 5 to 7 are invited to come to explore new stories in new ways with math, science, art and more. Please register.
January 11 @ 1:30-3pm
Latta Plantation Nature Center
Learn all about animals and how they us camouflage. Plus, wear your own camo and see if you can hide yourself. For ages 6 to 10.
January 11-14 Show times vary
Don’t miss the Charlotte Symphony’s almost sold out presentation of the awesome music of Star Wars.
January 13 @ 7:15pm & January 14 @ 6:00pm
It’s ice hockey season. Catch your local team on the ice this weekend and cheer them on to victory.
January 14-29 Show times vary
Children’s Theatre of Charlotte
Goldilocks & The 3 Bears (preschool to age 6), Commedia Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs (ages 6 and up), and New Kid (ages 8 and up) are all playing now as part of WonderFest.
January 14 @ 10am-2pm
Museum of York County
Bring your sketch pad and drawing supplies and spend a day with artists and art lovers.
January 14 @ 10am-4pm
This annual event celebrates and teaches about the tradition of butchering and preserving pork for survival.
January 14 @ 10am-12pm
The parade will process down Tryon Street from 9th Street to Stonewall. See bands, community groups, and floats.
Janaury 14 @ 11am
Join the Charlotte Symphony for their Lollipops performance today. The fun begins at 10am with a pre-concert festival.
January 15 @ 12-4pm & January 16 @ 10am-4pm
Levine Museum of the New South
FREE admission on Monday and two days worth of learning experiences all about the amazing MLK, Jr.
January 15 @ 1-4pm
Mint Museum Uptown
Don’t miss this family fun day filled with making suncatchers, family yoga, science fun from DP Science and more.
January 16 @ 9am-5pm
Harvey B. Gantt Center
This fun family event will include crafts, scavenger hunts, film screenings and more. Presented by Food Lion.
Janaury 16 @ 11am-12pm
Schiele Museum of Natural History
Spend a little time today getting dirty with earthworm dissection.