Kings Drive Art Walk

CHARLOTTE, NC — Since the fall of 1964, Festival in the Park has brought Charlotteans from all walks of life together to enjoy arts, crafts, music and family entertainment.  With the mission of bringing the community together by celebrating the arts, the Festival Board is excited to broaden its reach and to announce a spring fine arts event, the Kings Drive Art Walk.

You are invited on April 26-27, 2014 to participate in the spring event which will be held along the Sugar Creek Greenway, a newly reclaimed natural waterway between East Morehead Street and Pearle Park Way Bridge along Kings Drive. With a focus on fine and emerging artists, our spring festival on this beautiful and easily accessible venue will become an annual fine arts outing!  Continue reading...

 

 

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National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO)in Green Bank, West Virginia operates the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT), the world's largest fully steerable single aperture antenna. The Green Bank Science Center is open year-round for your students! Our 25,000 square foot facility contains the Catching the Wave Exhibit Hall, 150-seat auditorium, StarLab Classroom, gift shop, and even a café.

 

We now offer hands-on activities and StarLab sessions in addition to guided tours of the telescopes. Inspire your students to join the next generation of scientists and engineers. Continue reading...

 

 

 

 


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