What’s Happening, Charlotte: Weekend events for Aug. 10-12

Get out this weekend and have some fun!

In case you haven’t noticed, our Qcity streets are awash in crimson and cream. That’s because the women of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. are hosting their 2018 South Atlantic Regional Conference at the Charlotte Convention Center. They had a unique way to welcome visitors to the city.

More than 3,000 Deltas are expected to attend the event, which began Thursday and ends Sunday. Let’s make them feel welcome.

Here are three Delta events open to the public:

  • Step Show: Convention Center, Crown Ballroom. Always a conference favorite, this event will likely sell out. Friday, 9 p.m. Cost, $40.
  • STUFF THE BUS, School Tools kick off! The public is invited to contribute school supplies during this community service project. Donations may be dropped off at The Delta Center, 5408 Beatties Ford Road. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Ecumenical Service: Convention Center, Hall A. This spirit-filled church service will conclude the conference. Sunday, 9:30 a.m.

Sponsor Promotion


Food & Drink

Quidleys Delight Jamaican restaurant

It’s not open to debate. Kallan Louis makes his case for why University City has the absolute best Jamaican food in Charlotte.


Sponsor Promotion

Meet new people and connect with your community in a one-of-a-kind outdoor setting, while sharing a meal and experiencing the best of Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s arts and culture scene at ASC’s Culture Feast. This community event sells out every year. Purchase your tickets now.


Networking & Professional

The Queen City Entrepreneurs Conference returns Saturday, August 11, so don’t forget to register. This daylong event is designed for women entrepreneurs and is hosted by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Rho Psi Omega chapter and RPO, Inc. (Sponsored)


More Happenings

Visit our Events Page for more happenings this weekend.

If you’re hosting a future event, be sure you submit it to Qcitymetro for consideration.

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