Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

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TGIF! Friday is here and that means you’re probably asking yourself, “what am I going to do this weekend?” Well ask no more! Below is small sampling of some of the great things you can do this weekend…

Tomas and the Library Lady
Tomás loves being with his parents and listening to his Papá Grande’s stories, but traveling around so much makes it hard to learn English and do well in school. He finds refuge at the local library, where a friendly librarian introduces him to the exciting world of books.
Fri., April 29 – Sun., May 8
Wachovia Playhouse

A Neurologist’s Portrait of Van Gogh
Dr. Shahram Khoshbin, Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School and Neurologist at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, analyzes Van Gogh’s prodigious achievements and life through the study of neurological disorders.
Sat., April 30 @ 6pm
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art at Levine Center for the Arts

Art on the Green
This enormously popular event brings thousands of people to Davidson to enjoy art, live music, and food.
Sat., April 30 & Sun., May 1
Davidson Village Green

Treasure Tree Sunday
Visitors to Charlotte remember the Queen City as “The City of Trees.” Celebrate and learn more about our beautiful urban forest.
Sun., May 1 @ 2pm
Sykes Auditorium at Queens University

By overwhelming popular demand, multi-platinum recording artist Usher has added a second North American leg to his acclaimed “OMG Tour.”
Sat., April 30 @ 7:30pm
Time Warner Cable Arena

Spotlight: An Evening of Women Choreographers
Women choreographers take full focus in Spotlight! The stage lights up with The Golden Section, an exhilarating work by dance icons.
Fri., April 29 & Sat., April 30
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts

Music and Museum Series
This innovative concert/lecture hybrid fuses image, music and conversation to provide an insider’s perspective on selected work.
Fri., April 29 & Sun., May 1
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art at Levine Center for the Arts

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