5 Things to do this week in Charlotte (Nov. 6-10)

There’s a lot happening during your workweek. Check out some of these upcoming events around the Q City this week.

At Camino Community Church, which is part of the Village Heart B.E.A.T. program, members take part in high-energy Zumba sessions (Qcitymetro File Photo: Glenn H. Burkins)


Charlotte NetworkNite – Speed Networking
Firewater Restaurant & Bar | 8708 JW Clay Blvd. | 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Speed Networking works a lot like speed sating without the “dating.” A structured opportunity to meet accomplished business professionals face to face, one business professional at a time. More info


Circuit Training
Greater Mt. Sinai Baptist Church | 1243 West Blvd.| 7 p.m.-8 p.m.
Meet in the Church’s exercise room for an hour of physical activity. This event is hosted by Village Heart B.E.A.T, a Mecklenburg County Public Health Initiative to reduce heart disease and obesity in the African American and Hispanic community. More info


Facing Our Truth: Ten Minute Plays on Trayvon, Race, and Privilege
Barber “Black Box” Theatre @ Davidson College | 310 N Main St., Davidson, NC | 7:30 p.m.
Originally commissioned by The New Black Fest, this event showcases a collection of short plays reflecting on race relations in the United States. The show will run through Nov. 12. More info


Export Essentials – Charlotte Edition- Growing Minority and Women-owned Small Businesses
CPCC – Small Business Center | 112 Charlottetowne Avenue | 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Join the Export-Import Bank (EXIM) and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Black Chamber of Commerce to learn how to finance exports and grow your business internationally. More info


Unwind and Dine in Historic South End Food Tour
South End District | 4 p.m.
This is your last chance to explore the diversity of establishments that have turned this once industrial neighborhood into a vibrant community of new businesses. South End has something for everyone to enjoy with local craft beers, food trucks, wine bars, and fine dining. More info

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