5 things you can do this week in Charlotte

You can listen to live music, learn what’s in the city’s proposed budget or attend an open house to learn more about adult education.

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Monday, June 11

Metropolitan College Open House
Johnson C. Smith University
If you are you looking to obtain a college degree as an adult, the Metropolitan College at Johnson C. Smith University is hosting an open house. The session will cover information about the school’s adult degree programs as well as details regarding its short certificate programs. More info.

Tuesday, June 12

Tuesday Morning Breakfast Forum
Belmont Regional Center, 700 Parkwood Ave.
Charlotte leaders are in the process of passing a new city budget. At this week’s Breakfast Forum, City Council member Greg Phipps and  City Manager Marcus Jones will  explain what has been proposed so far. Q&A to follow. More info.

Wednesday, June 13

Vice President Joe Biden: American Promise Tour
Belk Theater, 130 N Tryon Street
At previous stops, the former VP has discussed the big political moments of his career, the life-altering choices he made, and the key traits that have helped him persevere through challenges. Is he laying the groundwork for a 2020 run? You decide. More info.

Thursday, June 14

Thursday Night Jam Sessions
Waverly, Providence and Ardrey Kell Roads
You’ve made it over the hump. Now treat yourself to the free, live music. Waverly’s newest music series will occur the second Thursday of the month in June, July and August from 5-8 p.m. More info.

Friday, June 15

Black & Gold Masquerade Gala
Harvey B. Gantt Center, 551 South Tryon Street
Hosted by Charlotte Learning Academy, this reception of bites, sips, music, and a silent auction will raise funds to support the academy’s programs and infrastructure for the school year coming. More info.

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