5 Things to do this week in Charlotte (Sept. 11-15)
Never mind the bouts of rain and wind, remnants of what was once Hurricane Irma. The Qcity has lots of slammin’ things to do this week.
Personal Branding to Market Yourself
Main Library | 310 North Tryon Street
Distinguish yourself from the competition and increase your visibility when looking for a job by learning how to understand, build, and communicate your unique brand. More info
Building Strong Nonprofits
CMBCC | 222 South Church Street | 6 p.m.
Are you the CEO of a nonprofit? Are you thinking of starting one? Join Charlotte-Mecklenburg Black Chamber of Commerce for a discussion on topics such as selecting board members, building a competent staff, and winning funding. More info
Keith Scott Shooting: 1 Year Later
Mint Museum UPTOWN | 500 S. Tryon St. | 6 p.m.
With the one-year anniversary on the horizon, this event is an important opportunity to have a candid conversation about what we’ve learned and how we continue to move forward as a city. More info
Booth Playhouse | 130 North Tryon Street | 7:30 p.m.
What do you believe? Why do you believe it? And what would you sacrifice for those beliefs? Those questions drive this provocative new play, set in a megachurch in today’s America. More info
JCSU | 100 Beatties Ford Road | 5-10 p.m.
Soul Junction, the free, two-day music festival held on the lawn of Liston Hall at Johnson C. Smith University. Hear some great music and celebrate the vibrancy of Charlotte’s Historic West End neighborhood, where the village meets the city. More info