October 10 // 12:30PM
Join others from Christ the King for a fun filled date at The Levine Museum of the New South. October 10 @ 12:30 We will have a picnic lunch at CtK then head over to the museum at 1:15 pm. The mission of The Levine Museum of the New South is to build a stronger, more equitable community by connecting people to Charlotte and to each other through history, culture, and celebration. This event will be a great way for the CtK family to learn about Charlotte’s history – from agriculture, to the industrial revolution, to the Civil Rights era, the success of the integration of CMS, and modern day charlotte. The main exhibit of the museum – From Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers, allows the museum goer to walk through history and experience the sounds and sights of a bygone era. There are additional exhibits right now which focus on the Brooklyn neighborhood of Charlotte, Lynchings in Charlotte, and Neighborhoods of Charlotte. Those who attend the event will get a greater sense of the history of our city – which will be very important as we adopt an ethos of Neighborliness. To love our neighbor well we should seek to understand the history of our city and neighborhoods.
Only 35 spots are available!
Adults are $7.50 Kids 6-18 years old are $5.50 Kids 5 and under are free