Wedgewood Church Unity Vigil
4800 Wedgewood Dr., Charlotte, NC
Supporters will gather to denounce recent acts of vandalism that marred the church with anti-gay graffiti. Wedgewood is open in its support for Charlotte’s LGBTQ community. More info
Diggin’ Black History Through Music and Dance
Little Rock AME Zion Church, 401 North McDowell St.
Presented by A Sign Of the Times of the Carolinas, this event will be a historical exploration into the contributions and struggles of Africans and African Americans as presented through spoken word, music and dance. More info
Black Women in PR Happy Hour
Loft & Cellar, 305 West 4th St.
Enjoy good drinks and great company with Charlotte’s premier PR pros. Whether you are new to PR or a seasoned PR pro, this event is for you. More info
Documentary Premiere: Orangeburg, 50 Years Later
Harvey B. Gantt Center, 551 South Tryon St.
On Feb. 8, 1968, violence unfolded 130 miles from Charlotte on the campus of South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, where three students were shot to death and more than two dozen were injured at the hands of the South Carolina Highway Patrol when the students tried to integrate an all-white bowling alley. More info
Jazz at the Bechtler
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, 420 South Tryon St.
Special guest vocalist and friend of the Ziad Jazz Quartet, Toni Tupponce warms the hearts of lovers anywhere. More info