Developed and led by Levine's Director of Exhibits and Programs, join us for a discussion that dives into Charlotte's Brooklyn neighborhood, once the most thriving and vibrant black community in the Carolinas, and explores a story that further segregated Charlotte.
Chess encourages cooperation, problem solving and strategic thinking skills. Children, teen, and adult will learn chess basics, strategies, and tactics and test their skills in one-on-one or group chess games.
This program will be virtual please register at the link below:
Learn the art of the literary critique, get direct feedback on your work, and meet other local writers. We focus on workshopping fiction, but also have some free-writing, writing exercises, and discussion. To see this month's submissions and our workshop guidelines click here: https://bit.ly/37aWf56