The Levine Museum offers a regular series of programs geared to different interests and ages. Please join us!

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#ShapingCLT is an ever-evolving round table event that brings together thought leaders in our community who represent a variety of perspectives on trending issues. The program aims to provide tangible takeaways that will help build a more equitable Charlotte.Come grab a light bite, connect with other socially engaged community members, and be a part of the conversation. Presented by Bank of America.

Each program is $10 for non-members (25% discount for members) and includes program, light bites, and a cash bar. Space is limited, reservations required.

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new south for the new southerner

Hosted by Tom Hanchett, the Carolina Room Historian In-Residence, this program will peak your interest in and satisfy some curiosity about the history of the piedmont region. Join us as we explore our theme of Communities in Charlotte palatable for history buffs and newcomers alike. Come learn about the local Native American history or the local origins of the Republican party from scholars, historians, artists, and activists across our community and beyond.

Each program includes a Southern chicken dinner from Mert’s Heart and Soul, and a cash bar. Space is limited, reservations required.

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Solve a murder mystery at the museum or come relive a night at a speakeasy from the 20’s. This is a program series of after-hours events designed for adults in search of a deeper connection to the cultural scene in Charlotte. Come mingle and explore history in a brand new way.

Each program includes program, light bites, and a cash bar. Space is limited, reservations required.


Free Family Days

These festival-style day-long events occur 5 times a year at Levine Museum. Great for families with children, these programs coincide with school holidays (e.g. Martin Luther King Day), celebrate important holidays to our diverse communities (such as Day of the Dead, Juneteenth), and commemorate special dates in Charlotte (including International Women’s Month.) Family Day events feature free admission and a variety of fun and meaningful family-oriented activities, games, foods, exhibits, and performances throughout the day.