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Here are three resorts, from as far away as the Caribbean to nearby Myrtle Beach that have much to offer kids, while still meeting the vacation needs of busy parents. So, fire up the computer and make your reservations — and start packin’!

Turks & Caicos: Paradise only three hours from Charlotte

Still relatively unknown, the Turks & Caicos islands are loved by those who have visited. US Airways’ non-stop service makes it easy for Charlotte families traveling with kids. A quick morning flight and we were seated poolside enjoying a delicious conch salad at the Ocean Club Resorts’ Cabana Bar & Grille, with the beach only steps away. While Crawford, our 7-year-old son, ran off to grab his swimsuit, we marveled at the ease with which we were transported from city to island life.

The Turks & Caicos, in the British West Indies, consists of eight inhabited islands and several uninhabited cays, with more than 230 miles of pristine white sand beaches and, quite possibly, the most beautiful clear turquoise water I’ve ever seen.

Providenciales, known as "Provo," is the most developed of the islands, covering about 38 miles, and the location of the family-friendly Ocean Club Resorts. Ocean Club Resorts offers two properties on Provo — Ocean Club and Ocean Club West — each perfectly situated on the famous 12-mile Grace Bay beach, voted by Conde Nast Traveler magazine as the Best Beach in the world. A leisurely 20-minute beachside stroll will take you between the two resorts or there is a complimentary five-minute shuttle that goes back and forth.

The resorts have all the comforts of home with Studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans and full kitchens or kitchenettes. Our two-bedroom suite had a wrap-around screened balcony overlooking the beach, perfect for lazy breakfasts and watching the sunset. And the staff is well trained at keeping kids and parents happy with in-room VCRs and free movies at the front desk, though you will seldom want to stay inside.

Fun for the Kids
Winding pools, a bin full of toys and, of course, the beach, keep the children busy. "Kids love it here," says Tom Lewis, Ocean Club’s General Manager and father of two, "between the two resorts, families have three pools to play in and 12 miles of beach to run around on. They have a ball."

The boys in our group entertained themselves chasing geckos on the poolside paths in the early morning and evening hours. These island lizards — literally hundreds of them — were hard to catch, thankfully, providing an endless source of fascination for the kids.

A trip off-property to tour "Conch World Provo" is a must for the whole family. It is a fascinating look at a working conch farm and "Caribbean Queen," the beautiful pink-lipped shell coveted by seashell lovers. The kids loved the hatchery and got to meet Sally and Jerry, the resident conchs. The tour takes less than an hour, but is worth it.

Dining
We walked down the beach to Ocean Club West to have breakfast at the Seaside Grille one day. The menu is a casual blend of seafood, salads, sandwiches and island specialties. Guests have signing privileges at both resorts and dining on property is highly recommended. The Gecko Grille at Ocean Club is listed as one of the top fine dining restaurants on the island. The shuttle between the properties makes it easy to try restaurants at both resorts.

Snorkeling and Cruising
Snorkeling is the main attraction in Provo. Even in the shallow waters of Grace Bay, directly in front of the hotel, we saw a barracuda-type fish, (though we never confirmed its true identity), a manta ray and schools of silvery anchovies swimming nervously around us.

A full-day cruise on the "Atabyera" a 77-foot chartered sailboat, took us with eight guests to Little Water Cay, an island refuge for more than 2,000 Rock Iguanas, indigenous to Turks & Caicos. Afterward, we set out to open waters, keeping our eye out for "JoJo" the bottlenose dolphin, whose people-friendly antics have made him a local celebrity of sorts. The captain anchored the boat and everyone dove in for a look at the reef below. Snorkeling in open water is intimidating for some kids, but Crawford loved it. When he grew tired, he used his lifejacket to keep him afloat while he stuck his facemask in the water viewing the abundant sea life. Later we headed to explore the beaches of an uninhabited cay. We walked on white-sand beaches alone except for the conch shells, marveling at the wonder of the unspoiled island, while on-board staff prepared a catered lunch of lobster salad sandwiches, conch salad, fresh fruit, cookies and rum punch. Delicious!

Our days were sun-soaked and our nights were spent poolside and early to bed. Though we never saw JoJo the dolphin, our trip was perfect — magical in every way. The Turks & Caicos’ hospitality and natural beauty is enchanting. We made a vow to return with our family to the Ocean Club and experience once more, a little slice of heaven in Provo.

MORE INFO:
Ocean Club Resorts
Ocean Club/Ocean Club West
Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, BWI
Reservations 1-800-457-8787
www.oceanclubresorts.com
Rates: $160 - $600
Kids Clubhouse for children 4-12. Fee.
Offers half/full day camp, "dinner and a movie" nights and babysitting services.

Conch World Provo
Providenciales
(649) 946-5643
www.caicosconchfarm.com
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Closed Sundays and Holidays
Cost: Adult $6, child $3

Sailboat Charter
Sun Charters, Turks & Caicos
(649) 231-0624
www.suncharters.tc

Nickelodeon Family Suites: Have the Slime of Your Life
By Elaine Heitman

If your kids watch the Nickelodeon channel, undoubtedly they’ve seen the picture of the giant orange and green waterslide at Nickelodeon Suites in Orlando. Shortly thereafter, they’ve probably asked, "Can we go?"

I found myself there with my niece, Ruby, last April. It was a dream-come-true vacation for her. From the moment we checked in, it was obvious that this is a kids’ place – the lobby sports Nickelodeon signature colors and an area where kids can lounge on beanbags watching Nickelodeon shows while parents stand in the (long) check-in line. Upon registration, guests over 4 years old are fitted with wristbands that allow them passage into all the resort areas.

We stayed in a two-bedroom Nick-themed KidSuite. (Entry was via our Jimmy Neutron keycards.) The adult bedroom was standard, with built-in storage and a tropical theme. The kids’ room had Rug Rats characters on the walls leading into it, as well as on the wall in the room. Red bunk beds , a child-sized table, a TV recessed in the wall and even a gaming station delighted Ruby, who shares a bedroom at home. Clothing storage was built in and she could just slide her suitcases underneath the lower bunk after unpacking.

The suites have a kitchen area with microwave and refrigerator, which is extremely handy for a quick breakfasts on the go and storing bottled drinks.

It is important to note that Nickelodeon Family Suites is very close to Disney World and provides free shuttle service to the Disney theme parks, as well as Universal Orlando, Sea World and Wet ’n Wild. Transportation to the airports or to other nearby sites is available for a nominal charge. When you check in, you’re provided with a bus schedule and a schedule of shows and activities at the hotel.

In-room Internet access is also free, so you can e-mail photographs to envious friends and family back home.

There is so much going on at the Nickelodeon Family Suites that you could tell your kids you are at a theme park, and they would believe you. Our first day in Orlando we enjoyed a delicious character breakfast with SpongeBob and Dora at the Nicktoons Café (a great way to get your child warmed up to various characters). Later that day we played in the pool under showers of water at one of the two interactive water park areas and tried the giant slide (there are varying degrees of slides for the more timid). I’m convinced I was the oldest person to ever traverse the slide, but Ruby convinced me it would have been a terrible waste not to try it. While at the water park we watched live Nickelodeon shows put on by the Recreation Team, in which kid guests compete and eventually some get "slimed." Their lucky parents might get "pied," adding to the hilarity. The main pool stays open until 11 p.m.; the slides close at 9 p.m.

The hotel’s mall features a 3,000-square foot arcade, a gift shop, a minimart, a buffet, a lounge, a food court and various "beauty" areas. We never had time to get braids or a temporary tattoo, but both are available. Also in the arcade is Studio Nick, a state-of-the-art theater with nightly interactive entertainment. The show we saw at Studio Nick featured two families competing, with the inevitable slime/pie-in-the-face finale!

The grounds are beautiful. The walk to the mall took us by a beautiful lake with turtles, live swans and other water birds – and, of course, the omnipresent Nick characters sprinkled around the lake. Oh, and did I mention the basketball court and mini golf course?

When childish entertainment becomes too much, parents can escape to the cocktail lounge by the lake. Some parents might want to look into the fully-supervised interactive Nick After Dark program where "the kids will play while the parents are away."

There’s no doubt about it: If your Orlando trip allows you free time at the hotel, this is the place to choose — your kids will love you for it!

MORE INFO:
Nickelodeon Family Suites by Holiday Inn
www.nickhotel.com
(866) GO-2-NICK (462-6425)
Rates: $299 and up

Myrtle Beach’s Compass Cove Resort:
One of the Carolinas’ best destinations welcomes families

By Eve White

The weekend trip to Myrtle Beach was a quest for a family adventure with as many pool, beach, burgers and kid-friendly attractions as we could pack into 48 hours. And Myrtle Beach, S.C. — voted best family weekend getaway by Charlotte Parent readers — was where we were going to make it happen.

With an estimated 460 hotels, 50 miniature golf courses and 1,800 full service-restaurants, Myrtle Beach is located at the very heart of the Grand Strand, attracting millions of visitors each year, more than 60 percent of whom are adults traveling with children. Families flock to this destination for golf, warm water beaches, daily attractions, entertainment and shopping.
On Ocean Boulevard, in a slow-moving stream of cars, we rolled past new resort hotels and old beachfront motels — part of the charm of this city established in 1957 — as we headed to Compass Cove Resort. The boulevard was lined with people enjoying the warm summer afternoon, strolling to local restaurants, stopping at souvenir shops and heading to the beach.
Compass Cove Resort, located at the south end of Ocean Boulevard, offers family-style beachfront accommodations. In the nautical themed lobby, helpful registration staff directed us to our room in the Schooner building, one of three guestroom towers and part of the hotel’s recent $8 million dollar refurbishment. The third-floor mini-suite had two small queen bedrooms decorated in cheerful blue and yellow fabrics and separated by a kitchenette and bathroom. The best feature was the balcony with an expansive view of the beach. For a blissful moment, all was forgotten but the slow-rolling foam of the ocean waves.
But only for a moment . . . within minutes we were jumping into our swimsuits. On the ground level we discovered a maze of water areas (22 in all) including six indoor and outdoor pools, three lazy rivers, whirlpools and a colorful water park-style attraction dubbed the Yellow Submarine Jungle Adventure wading pool. Before the end of our stay at Compass Cove Resort, we (water-) logged countless hours splashing from one pool to the next, making new friends along the way.

If you want to remain at the resort, there is plenty to amuse, but when it’s time to eat, dining off-property offers more variety. Besides, Myrtle Beach beckons and we were on a quest!
So we took off to Myrtle Waves, billed as the largest water park in South Carolina. Aside from the typical long lines, the park delivers with wave pools, chutes, slides and lots of wet, wild fun. Arooba Tuba offers smiles and giggles, with a fast two-person tube ride into a yellow and orange bowl that swirls you around several times and shoots you out backwards to the splash pool below.

More fun is found the next day at Broadway at the Beach, boasting 350 acres of shops, restaurants and attractions, including Ripley’s Aquarium. There, we marveled at the underwater tunnel with hundreds of colorful fish and hungry sharks swimming overhead while we rode on the 330-foot glide path.

After seeing all those fish, we opted for a quick (well, maybe not so quick) cheeseburger in paradise at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. We sat on the patio overlooking Lake Broadway, a 23-acre oasis in the heart of the Broadway at the Beach complex. There’s plenty of kid-fare, entertaining props and an icy cold margarita for Mom and Dad. If you’re trying to "break that carnivorous habit," there are more than a dozen other dining options nearby from pasta to sushi.

Our final quest . . . was magical. MagiQuest is an indoor realm of wizards, dragons and fairies where teens and children use an interactive wand that powers special effects in an enchanted three-dimensional scavenger hunt. (Note: May not appeal to very young children. It can be frustrating if they are not reading yet, but if you help them read the clues, enjoy the illusions and complete a quest — their faces will beam with pride! Parents can accompany, but not play, for a reduced price.)

It is intriguing, interactive and totally addicting. Even I wanted to grab the wand to bring a spell book or woodland fairy to life. But, alas, after 90 minutes, it was time to end our vacation weekend at Myrtle Beach. The quest for a family fun-packed trip was complete.
Myrtle Beach’s Compass Cove Resort is a great home base for families who want to explore the area’s local attractions. But save some energy for your return to the room, because the pools and beach will entice you to have just a little more fun before the day is through.
MORE INFO:
Myrtle Beach Facts
Population 25,400
Seven live entertainment venues
More than 100 golf courses
Nearly 50 miniature golf courses
13 million visitors annually
More than 300 outlet stores

Compass Cove Resort
2311 South Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Reservations: 1-800-331-0934
Rates: $89 and up

Myrtle Waves Water Park
U.S. 17 Bypass and 10th Ave. N, South End
Myrtle Beach, SC
1-800-524-9283
www.myrtlewaves.com
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
$20-$27 full day/$13-$17 after 3 p.m.
Under 2 free

Broadway at the Beach
21st Avenue North & Hwy. 17 Bypass North
Myrtle Beach, SC.
www.broadwayatthebeach.com

MagicQuest
1185 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach, SC
1-866-353-MAGI
www.magiquest.com
$24 — 90 minutes + magic wand
$8 Non-player admission

Ripley’s Aquarium
1100 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach, SC
1-800-734-8888
www.ripleysaquarium.com
$3.99-$17.99 (2 years to adult)

Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville
1114 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach, SC
(843) 448-5455
www.margaritavillemyrtlebeach.com
Open for lunch and dinner daily

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March 2019

Come in to explore how books permeate so much of what people learn and do. The exhibit focuses on books and authors who have influenced the region.

Cost: Free

Where:
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 E. Mountain St.
Kings Mountain , NC  28086
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Sponsor: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
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Join the Charlotte JCC for a community wide Purium Carnival featuring games, food and prizes.

Where:
Levine Jewish Community Center
5007 Providence Road
, NC
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Build a beautiful greenhouse for the wee folk and their wee plants!

Cost: $20-$25

Where:
UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens
9090 Craver Road
, NC
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Sponsor: UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens and the University City Public Library
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Leprechauns have been seen all over Reedy Creek. Drop in to find one!

Cost: Free

Where:
Reedy Creek Nature Preserve
2900 Rocky River Road
, NC
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Telephone: 980-314-1119
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Visit the UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens for picture books and literacy activities revolving around “Seeds!” Meet at the picnic tables in the Susie Harwood Garden, and bring a...

Cost: Free

Where:
UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens
9090 Craver Road
, NC
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Sponsor: UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens and the University City Public Library
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Meet some of the nature center’s resident reptiles during a live animal show.

Cost: Free

Where:
Latta Nature Center
6211 Sample Road
Huntersville, NC
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Telephone: 980-314-1129
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Search for a mischievous leprechaun and his pot of gold. Follow a trail of shamrocks hidden throughout the museum. Treks at 2, 3 and 4 p.m.

Cost: $3 in addition to museum admission

Where:
The Schiele Museum of Natural History
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
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Explore spring wildflowers in the nature preserve during this self-led scavenger hunt.

Cost: Free

Where:
McDowell Nature Preserve
15222 South York Road
, NC
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Charlotte's own bluegrass and folk music legend Jon Singleton will perform a concert of Irish American music to celebrate the heritage of old St. Patrick.

Cost: Free

Where:
Tyler Tallman Hall
323 Concord Road
Davidson, NC
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Internationally acclaimed baroque dancer Paige Whitley-Bauguess performs a program of period dance and music, "Characters of the Dance."

Cost: $10-$20, children younger than 12 free

Where:
St. Alban's Episcopal Church
301 Caldwell Ln.
Davidson, NC
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Meet some of the nature center’s resident reptiles during a live animal show. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Latta Nature Center
6211 Sample Road
Huntersville, NC
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Telephone: 980-314-1129
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Drop in for a literacy scavenger hunt inspired the children's picture book, "Love" by Matt de la Peña.

Cost: Free

Where:
Myers Park Library
1361 Queens Road
, NC
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Church of the Redeemer - Kids offers a class for adaptive learning needs and a sensory room during the Sunday School hour (9 a.m.) and worship hour (10:30 a.m.). Volunteers who desire to come...

Cost: Free

Where:
Sun Valley High School
5211 Old Charlotte Hwy.
Monroe, NC
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Sponsor: Church of the Redeemer
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Matthews UMC offers opportunities for Christian education, discipleship, fellowship and care for persons of all ages with disabilities and their families. Experience age-level appropriate Sunday...

Cost: Free

Where:
Matthews United Methodist Church
801 S. Trade St.
Matthews, NC
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The Special Needs Ministry at Calvary welcomes all ages and abilities! Guests, including parents and caregivers, are invited to join.

Cost: Free

Where:
Calvary Church
5801 Pineville–Matthews Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-341-5413
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Celebrate the traditions of the 18th and 19th century North Mecklenburg Scots-Irish community with music, dancing, food, drinks and reenactments.

Cost: $9-$10, free for children 5 and younger

Where:
Historic Latta Plantation
5225 Sample Road
Huntersville, NC
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Telephone: 704-875-2312
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Meet a resident bird and an expert keeper in these half-hour sessions along the Raptor Trail. Saturdays 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Sundays 1 and 3 p.m.

Cost: $8-$12, children 3 and younger free

Where:
Carolina Raptor Center
6000 Sample Road
Huntersville, NC
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Sponsor: Carolina Raptor Center
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On Saturdays and Sundays from noon-5pm, the arcade bar opens to all ages with a parent or guardian present.

Cost: Cost for games

Where:
Abari Game Bar
1721 N. Davidson St.
, NC
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Telephone: 980-430-4587
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Come learn chess basics, and test your skills.

Cost: Free

Where:
South County Regional Library
5801 Rea Road
, NC
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Come catch Cinderella live on stage as performed by the Charlotte Youth Ballet, and see if dreams really do come true.

Cost: $20-$30

Where:
Halton Theater
1206 Elizabeth Ave.
, NC
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Sponsor: Charlotte Youth Ballet
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Experience the immersive world of bugs and their amazing abilities that inspire human innovation. Larger-than-life bug models guide a journey through hands-on activities and challenges. Get up...

Cost: $16-$20, children younger than 2 free, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N.. Tryon St.
, NC
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Telephone: 704-372-6261
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Creepy Nature is designed to share the actual science of weird and unusual plants and animals. This exhibit features horror fiction concepts like vampires, zombies, mummies and alien invaders....

Cost: $6-$7, includes museum admission

Where:
Schiele Museum
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
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Telephone: 704-866-6908
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In his delicately rendered sculptures, Michael Sherrill seeks to elicit a sense of wonder from viewers.

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
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Featuring more than 50 international artists and more than 100 works of art, Under Construction explores the growth of the collage technique and aesthetic in the work of Romare Bearden and his...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
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Visitors explore a dynamic and diverse dress tradition and the increasingly interconnected fashion worlds that it inhabits. See "popular" garments, runway fashions designed by...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-337-2000
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"Welcome to Brookhill" is a collection of images that, like poetry, stir emotion. The photographs reveal what this neighborhood, like every other neighborhood, has come to be to its...

Cost: $7-$9, Children 5 and younger free

Where:
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture
551 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Let imagination take flight on a spectacular journey to Neverland! Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux’s gravity-defying Peter Pan promises high-flying adventure, extravagant sets and costumes and...

Cost: $15 – $85

Where:
Knight Theater
430 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Sponsor: Charlotte Ballet
Telephone: 704-414-2766
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With artistic dialogue, the Through this Lens community will offer our larger community a look through the many lenses of the immigrant experience.

Cost: $6-$10, children 5 and younger free

Where:
Levine Museum of the New South
200 E. 7th St.
, NC
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Shop for bargains at this spring consignment sale. Teachers, first responders and medical personnel are invited to shop pre-sales on Friday, March 15 from 5-9pm. Teens are invited to shop...

Cost: Free admission

Where:
Levine Senior Center
1050 Devore Lane
Matthews, NC
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This show, recognized by the American Orchid Society, will feature spectacular tabletop orchid displays. Learn about, view, and purchase stunning orchids from NC Piedmont Orchid Society. Fri.,...

Cost: $7-$13, children younger than 2 free, included with admission

Where:
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
6500 S. New Hope Road
Belmont, NC
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The exhibition presents more than 100 works from the Bechtler collection that have never been on view to the public. Bechtler will be highlighting works from well-known artists including but not...

Cost: $5-$9, Children younger than 10 free

Where:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Commissioned by ATC and part of the two-play collaboration with Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, this original work explores the questions around a family tragedy and how it impacts the...

Cost: $7.50-$28 general admission

Where:
Hadley Theater
2132 Radcliffe Ave.
, NC
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The Mid Atlantic Power Regional brings together premier color guard ensembles in the region to compete for top honors.

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Winthrom Coliseum
1162 Eden Terrace
Rock Hill, SC
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Sponsor: Winter Guard International
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This modest exhibition presents twenty works created over four decades by seventeen artists from six different nations. Yet all of them, regardless of their style, form, material or subject proved...

Cost: $5-$9, Children younger than 10 free

Where:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Come in to explore how books permeate so much of what people learn and do. The exhibit focuses on books and authors who have influenced the region.

Cost: Free

Where:
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 E. Mountain St.
Kings Mountain , NC  28086
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Sponsor: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
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Before hopping to Northlake Mall, the Easter Bunny will visit the library and pose for photos.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mountain Island Library
4420 Hoyt Galvin Way
, NC
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Discover how recyclables are sorted and processed, and find out what they will become once remade.

Cost: $8

Where:
McDowell Nature Preserve
15222 S. York Road
, NC
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Develop literacy and critical thinking skills through books and hands-on activities.

Cost: Free

Where:
Matthews Library
230 Matthews Station St.
Matthews, NC
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Come chat about a teen book and participate in related activities.

Cost: Free

Where:
Matthews Library
230 Matthews Station St.
Matthews, NC
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Learn how to read a cookbook and follow a recipe to become a successful cook!

Cost: Free

Where:
Beatties Ford Road Regional Library
2412 Beatties Ford Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-416-3000
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Drop in for a literacy scavenger hunt inspired the children's picture book, "Love" by Matt de la Peña.

Cost: Free

Where:
Myers Park Library
1361 Queens Road
, NC
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Every Monday, Sky High Sports has a special for little jumpers. The facility is still open during Munchkin Monday, so older guests may also be jumping. Munchkin Monday may be canceled on...

Cost: $4-$10

Where:
Sky High Sports
601 N. Polk St.
Pineville, NC
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Telephone: 704-889-5867
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Explore nature through stories, song, plantings, crafts and play in Lost Hollow.

Cost: $10 per parent/child; $6 for each additional participant

Where:
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
6500 S. New Hope Road
Belmont, NC
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On Mondays from September to May, all children under the age of 16 can come paint pottery for just $3/hour.

Cost: $3 per hour

Where:
Dish It Out
7828 Rea Road
#C
, NC
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Telephone: 704-544-4848
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Preschoolers complete nature themed literature activities, crafts and hikes while using their imaginations! All guests will meet at the Adventure Center. 1/21: Snow 2/4: Winter Bird Feeders...

Cost: $2; additional $5 entry fee for nonmembers

Where:
Anne Springs Close Greenway
194 Adventure Road
Fort Mill, SC
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Owlets receive hands-on experiences, nature hikes, songs, stories and free play.

Cost: Free

Where:
Reedy Creek Nature Preserve
2900 Rocky River Road
, NC
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With parental guidance, toddlers can jump on the trampoline, play in the foam pit and craw through obstacles. Play time is for children just starting to walk through age 5 who are not yet in...

Cost: $3-$5

Where:
Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics and Cheerleading
11011 Monroe Road
Matthews, NC
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Telephone: 704-246-8611
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Enjoy a variety of stories based on the seasons. Learn about bugs, frogs, plants and other garden friends. Follow story time with a self-guided scavenger hunt.

Cost: $7-$13, children younger than 2 free, included with admission

Where:
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
6500 S. New Hope Road
Belmont, NC
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Telephone: 704-825-4490
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Bring your little one to Perfect Balance Training Center for "Tot Time" - an hour of free play in the gym. There is no instructor, so parents are in charge of their children. No need...

Cost: $5-$6

Where:
Perfect Balance
8850 Monroe Road
, NC
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Telephone: 980-299-8445
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Learn about biology and earth science through outdoor exploration, experiments and activities.

Cost: $6

Where:
Tom Sykes Recreation Center
1501 Euclid Ave.
, NC
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This program is designed to engage young African American males in a variety of fun and educational activities to develop a positive sense of identity and improve character.

Cost: Free

Where:
Wallace Pruitt Recreation Center
440 Wesley Heights Way
, NC
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Telephone: 980-314-1114
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Join Lego Club on the 3rd Monday of each month! The library brings the Legos; participants bring the imagination! Lego idea books will be on hand and available for checkout.

Cost: Free

Where:
Plaza Midwood Library
1623 Central Ave
, NC
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Telephone: 704-416-6200
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Experience the immersive world of bugs and their amazing abilities that inspire human innovation. Larger-than-life bug models guide a journey through hands-on activities and challenges. Get up...

Cost: $16-$20, children younger than 2 free, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N.. Tryon St.
, NC
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Telephone: 704-372-6261
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Creepy Nature is designed to share the actual science of weird and unusual plants and animals. This exhibit features horror fiction concepts like vampires, zombies, mummies and alien invaders....

Cost: $6-$7, includes museum admission

Where:
Schiele Museum
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
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Telephone: 704-866-6908
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With artistic dialogue, the Through this Lens community will offer our larger community a look through the many lenses of the immigrant experience.

Cost: $6-$10, children 5 and younger free

Where:
Levine Museum of the New South
200 E. 7th St.
, NC
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Discover how the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association encouraged, trained and inspired evangelists. Go behind the scenes of the historic Itinerant Evangelism conferences in Amsterdam in 1983, 1986...

Cost: Free

Where:
Billy Graham Library
4330 Westmont Drive
, NC
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Sponsor: Billy Graham Library
Telephone: 704-401-3200
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Exhibit explores the 1929 Loray Mill Strike, including why strikers chose to organize with the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) and how the strike influenced mills across the country. The...

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston County Museum of Art and History
131 West Main St.
Dallas, NC
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Website »

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This modest exhibition presents twenty works created over four decades by seventeen artists from six different nations. Yet all of them, regardless of their style, form, material or subject proved...

Cost: $5-$9, Children younger than 10 free

Where:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Come in to explore how books permeate so much of what people learn and do. The exhibit focuses on books and authors who have influenced the region.

Cost: Free

Where:
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 E. Mountain St.
Kings Mountain , NC  28086
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Sponsor: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
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Come family coloring night with light refreshments.

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston Main Library
1555 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
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Teen bakers will learn to make the perfect cupcake!

Cost: $55

Where:
Sweet Spot Studio CLT
4412 Monroe Road Suite D
, NC
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Sponsor: Sweet Spot Studio CLT
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Young multi-instrumentalists, ranging in age from seven to 15, perform high energy, infectious Celtic based music.

Cost: $15

Where:
Clover School District Auditorium
1625 Highway 55 East
Clover, SC
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Telephone: 803-222-8018
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Drop in for a literacy scavenger hunt inspired the children's picture book, "Love" by Matt de la Peña.

Cost: Free

Where:
Myers Park Library
1361 Queens Road
, NC
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This weekly story time includes classic tales and new favorites.

Cost: Free

Where:
Barnes and Noble - Arboretum
3327 Pineville-Matthews Road
, NC
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Little ones bounce under the supervision of their parents and without interference from bigger kids. Jumpers need Sky Socks, which are available for purchase, and a signed waiver.

Cost: $8

Where:
Sky Zone
10200 Centrum Pkwy.
Pineville, NC
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Big Air Trampoline Park opens its doors for little ones to jump at their own speed and comfort level. Without the older kids around, the toddlers feel right at home on all the attractions. Big...

Cost: $8

Where:
Big Air Trampoline Park
2408 Sardis Road N.
, NC
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Enjoy a story and craft activity in the Children’s Garden. Children can water vegetable plants, dig for worms and explore the gardens.

Cost: $10 per family, free for members

Where:
Children's Garden at Wing Haven
260 Ridgewood Ave.
, NC
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With parental guidance, toddlers can jump on the trampoline, play in the foam pit and craw through obstacles. Play time is for children just starting to walk through age 5 who are not yet in...

Cost: $3-$5

Where:
Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics and Cheerleading
11011 Monroe Road
Matthews, NC
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Telephone: 704-246-8611
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Bring your little one to Perfect Balance Training Center for "Tot Time" - an hour of free play in the gym. There is no instructor, so parents are in charge of their children. No need...

Cost: $5-$6

Where:
Perfect Balance
8850 Monroe Road
, NC
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Telephone: 980-299-8445
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Young entrepreneurs get a chance to showcase their wares and talents as they create their own unique brand and product.

Cost: $6

Where:
Tom Sykes Recreation Center
1501 Euclid Ave.
, NC
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Participants will explore their creativity through themed art projects.

Cost: $15

Where:
Berewick Recreation Center
5910 Dixie River Road
, NC
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Telephone: 980-314-1102
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Join B Music Youth for music education and mentorship.

Cost: $41

Where:
Wallace Pruitt Recreation Center
440 Wesley Heights Way
, NC
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Gain an experience in a variety of different activities that assist in developmental growth through socialization.

Cost: Free

Where:
Hickory Grove Recreation Center
6709 Pence Road
, NC
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Telephone: 980-314-1122
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Get one free child ticket with the purchase of an adult ticket on Tuesdays. Each additional child (ages 3-12) receives a discount as well, costing only $5 each. 

Cost: $15 for adult

Where:
Sea Life Charlotte-Concord Aquarium
8111 Concord Mills Blvd.
Concord, NC
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Telephone: 866-229-1573
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Experience the immersive world of bugs and their amazing abilities that inspire human innovation. Larger-than-life bug models guide a journey through hands-on activities and challenges. Get up...

Cost: $16-$20, children younger than 2 free, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N.. Tryon St.
, NC
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Telephone: 704-372-6261
Website »

More information

Creepy Nature is designed to share the actual science of weird and unusual plants and animals. This exhibit features horror fiction concepts like vampires, zombies, mummies and alien invaders....

Cost: $6-$7, includes museum admission

Where:
Schiele Museum
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
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Telephone: 704-866-6908
Website »

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"Welcome to Brookhill" is a collection of images that, like poetry, stir emotion. The photographs reveal what this neighborhood, like every other neighborhood, has come to be to its...

Cost: $7-$9, Children 5 and younger free

Where:
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture
551 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Website »

More information

With artistic dialogue, the Through this Lens community will offer our larger community a look through the many lenses of the immigrant experience.

Cost: $6-$10, children 5 and younger free

Where:
Levine Museum of the New South
200 E. 7th St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Discover how the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association encouraged, trained and inspired evangelists. Go behind the scenes of the historic Itinerant Evangelism conferences in Amsterdam in 1983, 1986...

Cost: Free

Where:
Billy Graham Library
4330 Westmont Drive
, NC
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Sponsor: Billy Graham Library
Telephone: 704-401-3200
Website »

More information

Exhibit explores the 1929 Loray Mill Strike, including why strikers chose to organize with the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) and how the strike influenced mills across the country. The...

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston County Museum of Art and History
131 West Main St.
Dallas, NC
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Watch a showing of the Community Read novel turned film, "The Hate U Give."

Cost: Free

Where:
Beatties Ford Road Regional Library
2412 Beatties Ford Road
, NC
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Come in to explore how books permeate so much of what people learn and do. The exhibit focuses on books and authors who have influenced the region.

Cost: Free

Where:
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 E. Mountain St.
Kings Mountain , NC  28086
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Sponsor: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
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Discuss “textile art” before creating textile art of your own with string and wood.

Cost: $15

Where:
Recreational Art Studio
4959 Hwy. 49 S.
Harrisburg, NC
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This session will be creating with perler beads.

Cost: Free

Where:
Steele Creek Library
13620 Steele Creek Road
, NC
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Create a visual family tree of the "The Hate U Give." Trace your roots and family history with library resources.

Cost: Free

Where:
Sugar Creek Library
4045 North Tryon St.
Suite A
, NC
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Discover the world of science through books, hands-on educational activities and experiments. This month, come talk about the Community Read book, "Wishtree" and learn about the forest...

Cost: Free

Where:
Morrison Regional Library
7015 Morrison Blvd.
, NC
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Take a trip around the world on Storytelling Day; listen to folktales and fables. Make an animal mask, and listen to interesting stories.

Cost: Free

Where:
South County Regional Library
5801 Rea Road
, NC
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Celebrate this special time with a walk on the trails, campfire and nature connecting activities.

Cost: Free

Where:
Reedy Creek Nature Preserve
2900 Rocky River Road
, NC
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Enjoy a free meal, Indian dances and live musical performances by Tosco Music. Help decide which arts, science and heritage opportunities should happen in the community. RSVP Required. Presented...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Hut
413 Johnston Drive
Pineville, NC  28134
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Sponsor: ASC's Culture Blocks
Telephone: 704-900-2594
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The Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra will perform Henry Mancini's award-winning and beloved score live with the film, "The Pink Panther."

Cost: $45-$65

Where:
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts
430 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Drop in for a literacy scavenger hunt inspired the children's picture book, "Love" by Matt de la Peña.

Cost: Free

Where:
Myers Park Library
1361 Queens Road
, NC
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Certified technicians will check and help families install carseats. No appointment necessary. Bring your vehicle, seat and if possible the child for the most assistance. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Matthews Police Department
1201 Crews Road
Matthews, NC
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Preschoolers can bounce with their parents in a safe, climate-controlled facility. 

Cost: $8

Where:
BounceU
10624 Metromont Pkwy.
, NC
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Sponsor: BounceU of Charlotte
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With parental guidance, toddlers can jump on the trampoline, play in the foam pit and craw through obstacles. Play time is for children just starting to walk through age 5 who are not yet in...

Cost: $3-$5

Where:
Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics and Cheerleading
11011 Monroe Road
Matthews, NC
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Telephone: 704-246-8611
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Enjoy stories, movement with music and a seasonal craft.

Cost: $5-$8, free for children 3 and younger

Where:
Museum of York County
4621 Mt. Gallant Road
Rock Hill, SC
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Come join story time with other families. 

Cost: Free

Where:
Barnes & Noble - Morrison Place
4020 Sharon Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-364-0626
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Bring your little one to Perfect Balance Training Center for "Tot Time" - an hour of free play in the gym. There is no instructor, so parents are in charge of their children. No need...

Cost: $5-$6

Where:
Perfect Balance
8850 Monroe Road
, NC
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Telephone: 980-299-8445
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Homeschoolers explore art and discover creativity.

Cost: $5

Where:
War Memorial Center
220 N. Maple St.
Mooresville, NC
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Each day participants will create a different food item with staff.

Cost: $6

Where:
Tom Sykes Recreation Center
1501 Euclid Ave.
, NC
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Explore the Mint Museum's exhibitions.

Cost: Free

Where:
Mint Museum Randolph, 2730 Randolph Road
Mint Museum Uptown, 500 S. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC
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Telephone: 704-337-2000
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Instructors will provide assistance to students in grades K-12 in reading and math. The instructions will be primarily facilitated by NC Educator licensed teachers.  

Cost: Free

Where:
Revolution Park Sports Academy
1225 Remount Road
, NC
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Sponsor: Revolution Park Sports Academy

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Charlotte Ballet's Cultural Dance Program presents African Dance classes. Classes are drop-in format, open to all ages and free of charge for participants. There is also child supervision...

Cost: Free

Where:
Sugar Creek Recreation Center
943 West Sugar Creek Road
, NC
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Experience the immersive world of bugs and their amazing abilities that inspire human innovation. Larger-than-life bug models guide a journey through hands-on activities and challenges. Get up...

Cost: $16-$20, children younger than 2 free, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N.. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-372-6261
Website »

More information

Creepy Nature is designed to share the actual science of weird and unusual plants and animals. This exhibit features horror fiction concepts like vampires, zombies, mummies and alien invaders....

Cost: $6-$7, includes museum admission

Where:
Schiele Museum
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-866-6908
Website »

More information

In his delicately rendered sculptures, Michael Sherrill seeks to elicit a sense of wonder from viewers.

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
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Website »

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Featuring more than 50 international artists and more than 100 works of art, Under Construction explores the growth of the collage technique and aesthetic in the work of Romare Bearden and his...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
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Website »

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Visitors explore a dynamic and diverse dress tradition and the increasingly interconnected fashion worlds that it inhabits. See "popular" garments, runway fashions designed by...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-337-2000
Website »

More information

"Welcome to Brookhill" is a collection of images that, like poetry, stir emotion. The photographs reveal what this neighborhood, like every other neighborhood, has come to be to its...

Cost: $7-$9, Children 5 and younger free

Where:
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture
551 S. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

With artistic dialogue, the Through this Lens community will offer our larger community a look through the many lenses of the immigrant experience.

Cost: $6-$10, children 5 and younger free

Where:
Levine Museum of the New South
200 E. 7th St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Commissioned by ATC and part of the two-play collaboration with Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, this original work explores the questions around a family tragedy and how it impacts the...

Cost: $7.50-$28 general admission

Where:
Hadley Theater
2132 Radcliffe Ave.
, NC
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Website »

More information

Discover how the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association encouraged, trained and inspired evangelists. Go behind the scenes of the historic Itinerant Evangelism conferences in Amsterdam in 1983, 1986...

Cost: Free

Where:
Billy Graham Library
4330 Westmont Drive
, NC
View map »


Sponsor: Billy Graham Library
Telephone: 704-401-3200
Website »

More information

Exhibit explores the 1929 Loray Mill Strike, including why strikers chose to organize with the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) and how the strike influenced mills across the country. The...

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston County Museum of Art and History
131 West Main St.
Dallas, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

This modest exhibition presents twenty works created over four decades by seventeen artists from six different nations. Yet all of them, regardless of their style, form, material or subject proved...

Cost: $5-$9, Children younger than 10 free

Where:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

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Come in to explore how books permeate so much of what people learn and do. The exhibit focuses on books and authors who have influenced the region.

Cost: Free

Where:
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 E. Mountain St.
Kings Mountain , NC  28086
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Sponsor: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
Website »

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Come learn preschool basics!

Cost: $6

Where:
Town Hall
315 Matthews-Indian Trail Road
Indian Trail, NC
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Since you are the only you in the entire world, the museum will celebrate all the things that make you, you!

Cost: $10, free for children younger than 1, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Kids-Huntersville
105 Gilead Road
Huntersville, NC
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Smokey the Bear and forester Jason will talk to children about forestry, ecology and trees in NC. Program based on the book, "Wishtree" by Katherine Applegate.

Cost: Free

Where:
Morrison Regional Library
7015 Morrison Blvd.
, NC
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“Crazy Sock Hop” World Down Syndrome Day Celebration is a family-friendly festival provided by a partnership between Davidson Day School, KennedyStrong Foundation, GiGi's Playhouse...

Cost: Free

Where:
Davidson Day School
750 Jetton St.
, NC
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Enjoy a comfortable environment for engaging socially within a science-themed event. At this month’s Teen Science Café, Science of the Tooth, experience we will meet Dr. Stacey...

Cost: $5-$8, free for children 3 and younger, included with admission

Where:
Museum of York County
4621 Mt. Gallant Road
Rock Hill, SC
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Thurs., 7-9pm ($10 presale pass required); Fri., 9am-1pm and 3-7pm; Sat., 8am-noon. 

Where:
First Baptist Church Indian Trail
732 Indian Trail Fairview Road
Indian Trail, NC
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Drop in for a literacy scavenger hunt inspired the children's picture book, "Love" by Matt de la Peña.

Cost: Free

Where:
Myers Park Library
1361 Queens Road
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Little ones bounce under the supervision of their parents and without interference from bigger kids. Jumpers need Sky Socks, which are available for purchase, and a signed waiver.

Cost: $8

Where:
Sky Zone
10200 Centrum Pkwy.
Pineville, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Big Air Trampoline Park opens its doors for little ones to jump at their own speed and comfort level. Without the older kids around, the toddlers feel right at home on all the attractions. Big...

Cost: $8

Where:
Big Air Trampoline Park
2408 Sardis Road N.
, NC
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Website »

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Little ones and adults discover nature together through crafts, games, songs, animal encounters and outdoor exploration. March 14-15, Geocaching; March 28-29: Creek Week. Registration is...

Cost: $4

Where:
McDowell Nature Preserve
15222 York Road
, NC
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Preschoolers can bounce with their parents in a safe, climate-controlled facility. 

Cost: $8

Where:
BounceU
10624 Metromont Pkwy.
, NC
View map »


Sponsor: BounceU of Charlotte
Website »

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Sing to songs, move to the music and enjoy an active practice with caregiver and child. Parent or guardian must be present in class.

Cost: $15

Where:
Blossom Tree Wellness
15905 Brookway Drive
Suite 4106
Huntersville, NC
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Sponsor: Tiny Blooms Yoga
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With parental guidance, toddlers can jump on the trampoline, play in the foam pit and craw through obstacles. Play time is for children just starting to walk through age 5 who are not yet in...

Cost: $3-$5

Where:
Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics and Cheerleading
11011 Monroe Road
Matthews, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-246-8611
Website »

More information

Bring your little one to Perfect Balance Training Center for "Tot Time" - an hour of free play in the gym. There is no instructor, so parents are in charge of their children. No need...

Cost: $5-$6

Where:
Perfect Balance
8850 Monroe Road
, NC
View map »


Telephone: 980-299-8445
Website »

More information

Join B Music Youth for music education and mentorship.

Cost: $41

Where:
Wallace Pruitt Recreation Center
440 Wesley Heights Way
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Experience the immersive world of bugs and their amazing abilities that inspire human innovation. Larger-than-life bug models guide a journey through hands-on activities and challenges. Get up...

Cost: $16-$20, children younger than 2 free, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N.. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-372-6261
Website »

More information

Creepy Nature is designed to share the actual science of weird and unusual plants and animals. This exhibit features horror fiction concepts like vampires, zombies, mummies and alien invaders....

Cost: $6-$7, includes museum admission

Where:
Schiele Museum
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-866-6908
Website »

More information

In his delicately rendered sculptures, Michael Sherrill seeks to elicit a sense of wonder from viewers.

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Featuring more than 50 international artists and more than 100 works of art, Under Construction explores the growth of the collage technique and aesthetic in the work of Romare Bearden and his...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Visitors explore a dynamic and diverse dress tradition and the increasingly interconnected fashion worlds that it inhabits. See "popular" garments, runway fashions designed by...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Road
, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-337-2000
Website »

More information

"Welcome to Brookhill" is a collection of images that, like poetry, stir emotion. The photographs reveal what this neighborhood, like every other neighborhood, has come to be to its...

Cost: $7-$9, Children 5 and younger free

Where:
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture
551 S. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

With artistic dialogue, the Through this Lens community will offer our larger community a look through the many lenses of the immigrant experience.

Cost: $6-$10, children 5 and younger free

Where:
Levine Museum of the New South
200 E. 7th St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Commissioned by ATC and part of the two-play collaboration with Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, this original work explores the questions around a family tragedy and how it impacts the...

Cost: $7.50-$28 general admission

Where:
Hadley Theater
2132 Radcliffe Ave.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Discover how the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association encouraged, trained and inspired evangelists. Go behind the scenes of the historic Itinerant Evangelism conferences in Amsterdam in 1983, 1986...

Cost: Free

Where:
Billy Graham Library
4330 Westmont Drive
, NC
View map »


Sponsor: Billy Graham Library
Telephone: 704-401-3200
Website »

More information

Exhibit explores the 1929 Loray Mill Strike, including why strikers chose to organize with the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) and how the strike influenced mills across the country. The...

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston County Museum of Art and History
131 West Main St.
Dallas, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

This modest exhibition presents twenty works created over four decades by seventeen artists from six different nations. Yet all of them, regardless of their style, form, material or subject proved...

Cost: $5-$9, Children younger than 10 free

Where:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

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This high-flying aviation event features displays and flight activities from the Wright Brothers Flyer to modern aircraft of today. Activities are geared toward students and school groups March 22...

Cost: $4-$12

Where:
North Carolina Transportation Museum
1 Samuel Spencer Drive
Spencer, NC  28159
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Come in to explore how books permeate so much of what people learn and do. The exhibit focuses on books and authors who have influenced the region.

Cost: Free

Where:
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 E. Mountain St.
Kings Mountain , NC  28086
View map »


Sponsor: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
Website »

More information

This free event is open to performers and spectators of all ages. Instrumentalists, singers, dancers, storytellers, poets, jugglers, magicians and others are all welcome.

Cost: Free

Where:
McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square
345 North College St.
, NC
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Telephone: 704-348-5770
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Shop for bargains at this spring consignment sale.  Fri., 9am-7pm; Sat., 8am-noon.

Cost: Free admission

Where:
Assurance United Methodist Church
9700 Mt. Holly Huntersville Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-391-9567
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Thurs., 7-9pm ($10 presale pass required); Fri., 9am-1pm and 3-7pm; Sat., 8am-noon. 

Where:
First Baptist Church Indian Trail
732 Indian Trail Fairview Road
Indian Trail, NC
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Drop in for a literacy scavenger hunt inspired the children's picture book, "Love" by Matt de la Peña.

Cost: Free

Where:
Myers Park Library
1361 Queens Road
, NC
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Sessions are structured and include a fairy host, tea party with light snack, dress-up clothes, craft, face painting or light makeup, and story time.

Cost: $20

Where:
Tiaras and Tales
921 Crossroads Plaza
Fort Mill, SC
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Preschoolers can bounce with their parents in a safe, climate-controlled facility. 

Cost: $8

Where:
BounceU
10624 Metromont Pkwy.
, NC
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Sponsor: BounceU of Charlotte
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Kids will learn some basic yoga positions that go along with the story.

Cost: Free

Where:
Barnes and Noble - Birkdale Village
8725 Townley Road
Huntersville, NC
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With parental guidance, toddlers can jump on the trampoline, play in the foam pit and craw through obstacles. Play time is for children just starting to walk through age 5 who are not yet in...

Cost: $3-$5

Where:
Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics and Cheerleading
11011 Monroe Road
Matthews, NC
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Telephone: 704-246-8611
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Bring your little one to Perfect Balance Training Center for "Tot Time" - an hour of free play in the gym. There is no instructor, so parents are in charge of their children. No need...

Cost: $5-$6

Where:
Perfect Balance
8850 Monroe Road
, NC
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Telephone: 980-299-8445
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Participate in a wide variety of activities, as well as a special activity that changes weekly.

Cost: $6

Where:
Tom Sykes Recreation Center
1501 Euclid Ave.
, NC
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Make a unique project out of clay that will last a lifetime. Projects will be taken back to Clayworks to be fired and glazed before being returned to Grier Heights Community Center for pickup.

Cost: Free

Where:
Greer Heights Community Center
3100 Leroy St.
, NC
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Telephone: 980-498-1487
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After a pizza dinner, kids enjoy action packed activities with a changing monthly theme. In the event of poor weather, the evening will continue on with alternative indoor activities. January 11...

Cost: $25-$40

Where:
Anne Springs Close Greenway
971 Tom Hall St.
Fort Mill, SC
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Telephone: 803-547-4575
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Come for movies at Cane Creek park. Family fun begins at 6 p.m., and movies start at 8 p.m. March 22: "Ralph Breaks the Internet" March 29: "Peter Rabbit" April 12:...

Cost: Free

Where:
Cane Creek Park
5213 Harkey Road
Waxhaw, NC
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The hills are alive for this program celebrating the musical catalog of Rodgers and Hammerstein. You'll hear hits including "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" from The Sound of Music to...

Cost: $19+

Where:
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts
430 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Experience the immersive world of bugs and their amazing abilities that inspire human innovation. Larger-than-life bug models guide a journey through hands-on activities and challenges. Get up...

Cost: $16-$20, children younger than 2 free, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N.. Tryon St.
, NC
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Telephone: 704-372-6261
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Creepy Nature is designed to share the actual science of weird and unusual plants and animals. This exhibit features horror fiction concepts like vampires, zombies, mummies and alien invaders....

Cost: $6-$7, includes museum admission

Where:
Schiele Museum
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
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Telephone: 704-866-6908
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One night while a pair of siblings are having fun with a new friend in their basement, they unearth a mystery that transports them on the adventure of their lives. Along the way, they discover...

Cost: $15+

Where:
Wells Fargo Playhouse
300 E. 7th St.
, NC
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In his delicately rendered sculptures, Michael Sherrill seeks to elicit a sense of wonder from viewers.

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
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Featuring more than 50 international artists and more than 100 works of art, Under Construction explores the growth of the collage technique and aesthetic in the work of Romare Bearden and his...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
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Visitors explore a dynamic and diverse dress tradition and the increasingly interconnected fashion worlds that it inhabits. See "popular" garments, runway fashions designed by...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-337-2000
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"Welcome to Brookhill" is a collection of images that, like poetry, stir emotion. The photographs reveal what this neighborhood, like every other neighborhood, has come to be to its...

Cost: $7-$9, Children 5 and younger free

Where:
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture
551 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Opposites really do attract!  “Bel Canto” is Italian for “beautiful singing.” Classically trained singers strive for it, and it is what their audiences come to hear....

Cost: $10+

Where:
Dale F. Halton Theater
1206 Elizabeth Ave.
, NC
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Telephone: 704-330-6534
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With artistic dialogue, the Through this Lens community will offer our larger community a look through the many lenses of the immigrant experience.

Cost: $6-$10, children 5 and younger free

Where:
Levine Museum of the New South
200 E. 7th St.
, NC
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Commissioned by ATC and part of the two-play collaboration with Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, this original work explores the questions around a family tragedy and how it impacts the...

Cost: $7.50-$28 general admission

Where:
Hadley Theater
2132 Radcliffe Ave.
, NC
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Discover how the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association encouraged, trained and inspired evangelists. Go behind the scenes of the historic Itinerant Evangelism conferences in Amsterdam in 1983, 1986...

Cost: Free

Where:
Billy Graham Library
4330 Westmont Drive
, NC
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Sponsor: Billy Graham Library
Telephone: 704-401-3200
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Exhibit explores the 1929 Loray Mill Strike, including why strikers chose to organize with the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) and how the strike influenced mills across the country. The...

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston County Museum of Art and History
131 West Main St.
Dallas, NC
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This modest exhibition presents twenty works created over four decades by seventeen artists from six different nations. Yet all of them, regardless of their style, form, material or subject proved...

Cost: $5-$9, Children younger than 10 free

Where:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Charlotte's oldest road race will provide runners with a fantastic tour of the scenic residential and commercial streets of the Elizabeth neighborhood. There will also be a 1.5-mile run/walk...

Cost: $10-$40

Where:
Independence Park
345 Hawthorne Ln.
, NC
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Vendors will be giving out free recipes for how to make both chips and dips.

Cost: Free

Where:
Charlotte Regional Farmers Market
1801 Yorkmont Road
, NC
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Sponsor: Charlotte Regional Farmers Market
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This high-flying aviation event features displays and flight activities from the Wright Brothers Flyer to modern aircraft of today. Activities are geared toward students and school groups March 22...

Cost: $4-$12

Where:
North Carolina Transportation Museum
1 Samuel Spencer Drive
Spencer, NC  28159
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Each student will make his or her own keepsake while watching chemistry as the clay becomes art. 

Cost: $35

Where:
C3 Lab
2525 Distribution St.
, NC
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Come in to explore how books permeate so much of what people learn and do. The exhibit focuses on books and authors who have influenced the region.

Cost: Free

Where:
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 E. Mountain St.
Kings Mountain , NC  28086
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Sponsor: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
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Trail running is extreme, and trail running in Sylva, North Carolina is no exception. How does running a seven-mile mountain trail race with 2,770 feet of elevation gain sound? Trail runners who...

Cost: $25-$30

Where:
Pinnacle Park
Pinnacle Park
Sylva, NC  28779
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Sponsor: Brian Barwatt
Contact Name: Brian Barwatt
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Explore a new section of the creek, and investigate to find what animals now live there.

Cost: Free

Where:
Reedy Creek Nature Preserve
2900 Rocky River Road
, NC
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Police cars, firetrucks, garbage trucks and more will be at Chestnut Square Park.

Cost: Free

Where:
Chestnut Square Park
320 Chestnut Pkwy.
Indian Trail, NC
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Cover the different types of fish and the different methods used to catch them.

Cost: $10-$15

Where:
Anne Springs Close Greenway Adventure Center
194 Adventure Road
Fort Mill, SC
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As part of Creek Week, celebrate Charlotte creeks and streams with a special water-themed story time, including a guest appearance by Stormy from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services!

Cost: Free

Where:
ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center
300 E. 7th St.
, NC
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Sponsor: Charlotte Mecklenburg Stormwater Services
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Drop in to make spring crafts.

Cost: Free

Where:
Union Road Branch Library
5800 Union Road
Gastonia, NC
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The Orchestra Olympics explores the personalities of various instruments as it sprints through an Olympic array of events including the low note limbo, the fast note dash and the marathon.

Cost: $14+

Where:
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts
430 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Kids of all ages and grown-ups, too, can learn to ride a bike using the balance bike method.

Cost: Free

Where:
Marion Diehl Recreation Center
2219 Tyvola Road
, NC
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The first hour of class is for youth drum lessons, and the second hour is for all ages to participate in a drum circle.

Cost: Free

Where:
Albemarle Road Recreation Center
5027 Idlewild Road N.
, NC
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The pet fair will feature pet sitting, boarding, and organic treat vendors, pet adoptions by local rescues, dog trainers, pet accessories, and more! McGuire Nuclear Station’s picturesque...

Cost: Free

Where:
EnergyExplorium at McGuire Nuclear Station
13339 Nuclear Station Road
Huntersville, NC
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Want to become a phlebotomist or just learn what a phlebotomist does? Join the team from Atrium Health to learn more about careers in a medical lab.

Cost: $13-$17, free for children younger than 2, Included with admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N Tryon St.
, NC
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This ongoing nature program is designed to inspire children and adults to explore the natural world of the Carolina Piedmont. This Saturday is What Animal Signs Tell Us. Learn to identify animal...

Cost: $5-$8, free for children younger than 3, Included with admission

Where:
The Museum of York County
4621 Mt. Gallant Road
Rock Hill, SC
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The event will be headlined by two exciting softball activities, including a Softball Home Run Derby and a Media Softball Game. There will also be a number of kid-friendly activities including...

Cost: $5

Where:
BB&T Ballpark
324 S. Mint St.
, NC
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Learn about a plant’s lifecycle from seed to stalk, and plant some vegetables in the garden.

Cost: $8, free for children younger than 2, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Nature
1658 Sterling Road
, NC
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Emily Huneycutt will present her debut children's book, "Princess Peppermint and the Kingdom of Swirls." Enjoy a reading, signing, crafts and activities. Each child in...

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston Main Library
1555 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
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Listen to live music during a two-hour family workshop.

Cost: Free

Where:
Beatties Ford Road Regional Library
2412 Beatties Ford Road
, NC
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In this free event, Tinkergarten Leader, Jodi Piscitelli, will facilitate an expert-designed play scenario, allowing children of various ages and needs to explore, problem solve, communicate,...

Cost: Free

Where:
Independence Park (Garden Side)
300 Hawthorne Ln.
, NC
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Sponsor: Tinkergarten
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Thurs., 7-9pm ($10 presale pass required); Fri., 9am-1pm and 3-7pm; Sat., 8am-noon. 

Where:
First Baptist Church Indian Trail
732 Indian Trail Fairview Road
Indian Trail, NC
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Drop in for a literacy scavenger hunt inspired the children's picture book, "Love" by Matt de la Peña.

Cost: Free

Where:
Myers Park Library
1361 Queens Road
, NC
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Little ones bounce under the supervision of their parents and without interference from bigger kids. Jumpers need Sky Socks, which are available for purchase, and a signed waiver.

Cost: $8

Where:
Sky Zone
10200 Centrum Pkwy.
Pineville, NC
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Get hands-on Lego Robotics with a certified K-8 public educator! Scholars will learn basics of block coding while building with their favorite Legos. No prior experience required. Locations in...

Cost: $30

Where:
Hygge West
2128 Remount Road
Suite B
, NC
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Sponsor: Digi-Bridge
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Guided trail rides are open to riders of all experience levels.

Cost: $45-$50

Where:
Anne Springs Close Greenway
1058 Horse Road
Fort Mill, SC
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Join B Music Youth for music education and mentorship.

Cost: $31

Where:
Wallace Pruitt Recreation Center
440 Wesley Heights Way
, NC
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Come assemble, paint it and take home a wooden model kit. 3/23: Pirate Ship, 3/30: Race Car, 4/6: Teepee, 4/13: Birdfeeder

Cost: $5

Where:
Village Park Shelter A
119 North Main St.
Kannapolis, NC
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Come for mini golf, group builds, LEGO shopping, bingo prizes and bounce houses. Explore brilliant fan-built creations, and meet the builders.

Cost: $14, children 3 and younger free

Where:
The Park Expo and Conference Center
800 Briar Creek Road
, NC
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Sponsor: Brickfair/ Brickmania
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Meet a resident bird and an expert keeper in these half-hour sessions along the Raptor Trail. Saturdays 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Sundays 1 and 3 p.m.

Cost: $8-$12, children 3 and younger free

Where:
Carolina Raptor Center
6000 Sample Road
Huntersville, NC
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Sponsor: Carolina Raptor Center
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Criss Cross Mangosauce will present a Spanish/English story time with music, plays and stories. All families interested in raising bilingual and globally-minded children are welcome!

Cost: Free

Where:
Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Road
, NC
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On Saturdays and Sundays from noon-5pm, the arcade bar opens to all ages with a parent or guardian present.

Cost: Cost for games

Where:
Abari Game Bar
1721 N. Davidson St.
, NC
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Telephone: 980-430-4587
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Music and Movement activities for ages one, two and three! All ages are welcome to attend, and infants receive free admission. Come jam to stories and songs!

Cost: $2 per child

Where:
UWI- Kidz Greenhouse Cafe
5237 Albemarle Road
Suites 211-213
, NC
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Sponsor: United World Initiative's
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Learn how to make a unique project out of clay. Projects will be taken back to Clayworks to be fired and glazed before being returned to Grier Heights Community Center for pickup.

Cost: Free

Where:
Greer Heights Community Center
3100 Leroy St.
, NC
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Telephone: 980-498-1487
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Learn about vultures found at Carolina Raptor Center.

Cost: $8-$12, children 3 and younger free, included with admission to Raptor Trail

Where:
Carolina Raptor Center
6000 Sample Road
Huntersville, NC
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Instructors will provide assistance to students in grades K-12 in reading and math. The instructions will be primarily facilitated by NC Educator licensed teachers.  

Cost: Free

Where:
Revolution Park Sports Academy
1225 Remount Road
, NC
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Sponsor: Revolution Park Sports Academy

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The hills are alive for this program celebrating the musical catalog of Rodgers and Hammerstein. You'll hear hits including "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" from The Sound of Music to...

Cost: $19+

Where:
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts
430 S. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Experience the immersive world of bugs and their amazing abilities that inspire human innovation. Larger-than-life bug models guide a journey through hands-on activities and challenges. Get up...

Cost: $16-$20, children younger than 2 free, includes museum admission

Where:
Discovery Place Science
301 N.. Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-372-6261
Website »

More information

Creepy Nature is designed to share the actual science of weird and unusual plants and animals. This exhibit features horror fiction concepts like vampires, zombies, mummies and alien invaders....

Cost: $6-$7, includes museum admission

Where:
Schiele Museum
1500 E. Garrison Blvd.
Gastonia, NC
View map »


Telephone: 704-866-6908
Website »

More information

One night while a pair of siblings are having fun with a new friend in their basement, they unearth a mystery that transports them on the adventure of their lives. Along the way, they discover...

Cost: $15+

Where:
Wells Fargo Playhouse
300 E. 7th St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

In his delicately rendered sculptures, Michael Sherrill seeks to elicit a sense of wonder from viewers.

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
View map »


Website »

More information

Featuring more than 50 international artists and more than 100 works of art, Under Construction explores the growth of the collage technique and aesthetic in the work of Romare Bearden and his...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Uptown
500 South Tryon St.
, NC
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Website »

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Visitors explore a dynamic and diverse dress tradition and the increasingly interconnected fashion worlds that it inhabits. See "popular" garments, runway fashions designed by...

Cost: $15-$6; Free for children 4 and younger; Included in admission

Where:
Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Road
, NC
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Telephone: 704-337-2000
Website »

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"Welcome to Brookhill" is a collection of images that, like poetry, stir emotion. The photographs reveal what this neighborhood, like every other neighborhood, has come to be to its...

Cost: $7-$9, Children 5 and younger free

Where:
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture
551 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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Website »

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With artistic dialogue, the Through this Lens community will offer our larger community a look through the many lenses of the immigrant experience.

Cost: $6-$10, children 5 and younger free

Where:
Levine Museum of the New South
200 E. 7th St.
, NC
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Four men were to be crucified that day in Jerusalem. Only three crosses were raised. This is the story of The Fourth Cross. See website for show times on March 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30...

Cost: $10-$37

Where:
NarroWay Theatre
3327 Hwy 51
Fort Mill, SC  29715
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Sponsor: NarroWay Productions
Telephone: 803-802-2300
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Commissioned by ATC and part of the two-play collaboration with Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, this original work explores the questions around a family tragedy and how it impacts the...

Cost: $7.50-$28 general admission

Where:
Hadley Theater
2132 Radcliffe Ave.
, NC
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Website »

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Discover how the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association encouraged, trained and inspired evangelists. Go behind the scenes of the historic Itinerant Evangelism conferences in Amsterdam in 1983, 1986...

Cost: Free

Where:
Billy Graham Library
4330 Westmont Drive
, NC
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Sponsor: Billy Graham Library
Telephone: 704-401-3200
Website »

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Exhibit explores the 1929 Loray Mill Strike, including why strikers chose to organize with the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) and how the strike influenced mills across the country. The...

Cost: Free

Where:
Gaston County Museum of Art and History
131 West Main St.
Dallas, NC
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Website »

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This modest exhibition presents twenty works created over four decades by seventeen artists from six different nations. Yet all of them, regardless of their style, form, material or subject proved...

Cost: $5-$9, Children younger than 10 free

Where:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.
, NC
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