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5 things to do this week in Charlotte (Dec. 4-8)

We’ve got something for every day of your workweek.

Charlotte architect Darrel Williams, center, signs copies of the book "10 Men: Examining the Passion and Progress of Black Men on Charlotte's Historic West Side" at Johnson C. Smith University. (Qcitymetro)

MONDAY

Teammate Networking Event
Spectrum Center, 333 E Trade St., Charlotte, NC 28202
Grow your network by meeting senior-level executives within the sports industry. Every attendee also gets a ticket to watch the Charlotte Hornets take on the Orlando Magic. Take plenty of business cards. More info.

TUESDAY

Tuesday Morning Breakfast Forum

Belmont Center, 700 Parkwood Avenue, Charlotte
This week’s guest will be Mecklenburg DIstrict Attorney Spencer B. Merriweather III, who was recently sworn in as the first African American to hold that post. More info.

WEDNESDAY

Minority and Small Business Enterprise (MSBE) Information Session
Charlotte Douglas International Airport – CLT Piper Center, 5601 Wilkinson Boulevard, Charlotte.
Learn more about the construction project that will expand the airport terminal and how your company might seek to participate. The City of Charlotte and the Department of Administration’s HUB office will be onsite to offer MSWBE certification support for interested/qualified firms. More info.

THURSDAY

Smith Institute Invitational Symposium
Johnson C. Smith University Grimes Lounge, 100 Beatties Ford Road.
Join this lunchtime event to discuss the qualities that define 10 black, male change-makers in the Charlotte community. The symposium will include brief remarks and a panel discussion. More info.

FRIDAY

TWIN Game Night
Hygge Coworking, 809 West Hill Street, Suite C
Join TWIN for an evening of laughter and friendly competition. To enter, bring an item to donate to the homeless. Toiletries and warm undergarments for the winter months are needed. More info.

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