Things to Do

5 January events you should have on your calendar

Author, thinker and civil rights leader John M. Perkins will lead a Jan. 17 discussion on ways Charlotte can improve opportunity and address inequality in our inner city neighborhoods. Qcitymetro editor Glenn H. Burkins will moderate

January is alway a busy month in the Qcity. In addition to the city’s traditional MLK breakfast, we’ve listed four other fantastic events you’ll want to attend.

Upload your event for future consideration.

January 15

McCrorey YMCA MLK Holiday Breakfast
Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S College St.
Now in it’s 24th year, this year’s MLK breakfast will include guest speaker Pamela R. Lue-Hing, author of “Pink Slip to POWERHOUSE: 12 Steps to Next.” Lue-Hing has lived in Charlotte for 12 years and is active in a host of organizations, including the Young Black Leadership Alliance (YBLA). More info


 

January 17

An Evening with Dr. John M. Perkins
First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, 200 West Trade St.
Join the Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition for an evening with one of America’s most respected civil rights and community-development leaders to learn how Charlotte can improve opportunity and address inequality in our inner city neighborhoods. More info


 

January 10

Charlotte NORMAL: January Public Meeting
200 E. 36th St, Charlotte, NC 28206
The Charlotte Regional chapter of NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) supports the right of adults to use cannabis responsibly, whether for medical or personal purposes. More info


 

Jan. 26-27

Connect with Culture Day
Various Venues
This annual Arts & Science Council event is your opportunity to explore arts and culture for free. New this year: Kick off Connect With Culture Day on Friday, with experiences at Clayworks, NoDa Brewing Company, Resident Culture Brewing and Lenny Boy Brewing. More info


 

January 27

Be Fearless Gospel Explosion
Ovens Auditorium, 2700 E Independence Blvd.
National gospel recording artist, evangelist and author Jekalyn Carr, along with contemporary gospel artist Jermaine Dolly and award-winning contemporary gospel singer LeJuene Thompson, will perform some of their greatest hits. More info

More Stories from Qcitymetro

Comments

Most Popular

Real ID is coming: What you should know before the deadline hits

Real ID is coming: What you should know before the deadline hits

Study shines spotlight on mental health issues in Charlotte-Mecklenburg

Study shines spotlight on mental health issues in Charlotte-Mecklenburg

What Center City Partners is doing to boost Charlotte's music brand

What Center City Partners is doing to boost Charlotte’s music brand

Advice for Trump as he creates America's next great fighting force

Advice for Trump as he creates America’s next great fighting force

Our Partners