Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

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Happy Friday Charlotte! In just a few hours many of you will have 48 hours to do whatever you want! And you’re in luck, Charlotte Culture Guide can answer that nagging question, “what am I going to do this weekend?” Here is just a small sampling of all the great things there are to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
The respected Dr. Henry Jekyll hides a terrifying secret from his friends; a brutal fiend terrorizes the London streets; a young woman falls in love with a most unusual man.
Fri., Oct. 14 – Sun., Nov. 6
Carolina Actor’s Studio Theatre

Charlotte Folk Society Gathering Concert & Jams featuring Blues-Gospel by Bishop Dready Manning
You may have been going to church all your life, but chances are you have never attended a church with as much spirit as Bishop Dready Manning’s St. Mark Holiness Church outside Roanoke Rapids.
Fri., Oct. 14 @ 7:30pm
Great Aunt Stella Center

Free Admission at Charlotte Museum of History
Explore Charlotte’s history and see the community’s oldest structure, the Hezekiah Alexander House courtesy of the Wells Fargo Community Celebration.
Sat., Oct. 15

Free Admission at Wing Haven
Enjoy free admission to Wing Haven during regular hours! This event is made possible through the Wells Fargo Community Celebration.
Sat., Oct. 15

Hispanic Heritage and Dia de los Muertos Celebration
This program offers families the opportunity to explore the diverse and rich us in Hispanic culture that is in our community during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Sat., Oct. 15 @ 11am
Charlotte Museum of History

2nd Annual Turkish Festival of Charlotte
Bring your entire family and enjoy traditional Turkish food, cooking workshops, kids activities, exhibits&items for sale, Turkish folk dancing, belly dancing, live music, plays and more.
Sun., Oct. 16 @ 11am
Extravaganza Depot

Sunday Fun Day
Family drop-in activities celebrate the art of Romare Bearden. Part of the Bearden centennial celebration.
Sun., Oct. 16 @ 1pm
Mint Museum Uptown at Levine Center for the Arts
Free with admission

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