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5 things you can do this week in Charlotte (Aug. 7-11)

Music, theater, business or open-forum discussion — there’s no shortage of things you can do this week in Charlotte.

Who are you behind the mask you show to the world everyday? Red @ 28th University is hosing an open-forum discussion this week.

Happy Monday, Qcity.

Yes, the PGA Championship is in town this week. But if golf isn’t your thing, there are lots of other events going on in Charlotte. Here is one for each day of your workweek.

MONDAY

Mask on/Mask off
Red @ 28th University, 9539 Pinnacle Drive
Who are you behind the mask you show to the world everyday? Do you feel you hide behind the mask because of you race, gender or sexual orientation? What’s your safe place? And where do you go to be your self? Join this open forum discussion. More

TUESDAY

CMBCC General Members Meeting: Get Your Business Funded
Charlotte Mecklenburg Black Chamber of Commerce, 222 S. Church Street
Do you need capital for your business? Have you found access to capital difficult? Want to know if you are ready for funding? Get started at this CMBCC event. More

WEDNESDAY

Charlotte 48-Hour Film Project – Acting Auditions
The Light Factory, 1817 Central Ave., Charlotte, NC 28205
Join local independent filmmakers for an evening of talent, networking and auditions. If you are a local actor and want your chance of making it to the world stage, be sure to attend. More

THURSDAY

Wyclef Jean Live at the Neighborhood Theatre
Neighborhood Theatre, 511 E 36th Street Charlotte, NC
This  performance comes on the heels of Wyclef’s highly anticipated album Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee. Fans can expect to get a sneak peak of Carnival III, to sing along to many Wyclef classics and to dance all night long. More

FRIDAY

Best of Open Mic Celebration
McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square, 130 North Tryon St.
Join Blumenthal Performing Arts as it celebrates the success of its OPEN MIC program. Recent audiences submitted names of their favorite acts. Performers who received the most name submissions—along with memorable acts from previous years—are being asked to return to the stage for this special event. More

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