Healthcare Discussion and Luncheon
Byron’s South End, 101 West Worthington Avenue
Reinhardt von Hennings lives half the year in the U.S and half in Germany. His experience in acquiring healthcare services for his family here and there will give you a new perspective on the pros and cons of our system and possibilities you may have never considered. More info


Is Charlotte’s Drinking Water in Danger?
Midwood International and Cultural Center, 1817 Central Avenue, Room 210
Will SB434, a bill to eliminate the Catawba River buffer zones, change Mecklenburg County’s drinking water? Are you concerned about the trend of watershed quality with so much building going on in Charlotte? Join the League of Women Voters to hear Darryl Hammock, assistant manager of the city’s Storm Water Services Division discuss these and other issues. More info


Know Your Numbers
Mechanic & Farmers Bank, 101 Beatties Ford Road
Through its monthly Lunch and Learn series, Mechanic & Farmers Bank (Charlotte’s only black owned bank) offers best practices, information and resources to help business owners grow personally and professionally. This week’s session offers a common-sense guide to understanding your business financials. Free with registration. More info


Gantt After Dark
Harvey B. Gantt Center, 551 South Tryon Street
Spring is here and the rooftop is open. Join the Gantt Center for a special edition of Gantt After Dark. They have partnered with Herb & Felicia Gray’s Happy Hour and the Charlotte Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi for an exclusive evening of FREE fun and entertainment. More info


Bechtler by Night: Gear Up
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, 420 S. Tryon St.
Bechtler By Night lets you experience the museum galleries for free from 5-9 p.m. every third Friday of the month. Gather friends and view the extensive Bechtler collection under the cover of the night sky. May theme – Gear Up! More info