Things to Do With Kids in Charlotte This Week
This week's must-do fun for the family (March 27-30).
Safe Kids of Charlotte-Mecklenburg will hold a Child Safety Seat Inspection on March 29 at Matthews Police Department.
This week offers opportunities to celebrate Women's History Month, get hands-on with science, have a historical homeschool day, and more. As you plan your spring break and summer travel plans, check out our suggestions in 15 Must-Visit Small Towns in North Carolina.
Story Explorers: Science of Color.
Participate in hands-on activities and book that explore the topic of "What does science have to do with color?" 5pm. Independence Regional Library, 6000 Conference Drive.
Revolutionary Charlotte Homeschool Day.
Through a series of crafts, discussions, and a tour of the historic Hezekiah Alexander home site, students will get a feel for what it would have been like if they had lived through this period of our nation’s history. 1-4pm. The Charlotte Museum of History, 3500 Shamrock Drive.
Child Safety Seat Inspection Station.
In this drop-in event, parents can bring their child safety seats for a free check by certified safety technicians. 8-11:30am. Matthews Police Department, 1201 Crews Road, Matthews.
Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise.
Help honor Women's History Month with a viewing of the PBS Masters broadcast of "Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise," and then walk through museum exhibitions and a special pop-up exhibit from students at the Northwest School of the Arts. 5:30-8:30pm. Harvey B. Gantt Center, 551 S. Tryon St.
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Renee Roberson is a Charlotte-area mom who loves showing her two kids around the Queen City every chance she gets.