Charlotte, NC Lead a Walk

Charlotte, North Carolina’s largest city, is known as a financial center but it’s also an almost 250-year-old city of neighborhoods. Some are lined with ancient oaks and mansions; others with century-old bungalows, and others still are freshly built along the city’s expanding light rail transit line. Come on a walk to explore the unexpected corners of the Queen City.

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Mary Newsom

City Organizer


Walks in Charlotte, NC

Lead a Walk!

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April 29, 2014

Civic by Design Forum

Join us on May 13th at 5:30 to discuss this year's Jane's Walk Festival and help us plan for next year!

CIVIC BY DESIGN FORUMPresented with Levine Museum of the New SouthTuesday, MAY 13, 2014 | 5:30pm — 6:30pm Levine Museum of the New South200 East Seventh StreetCharlotte NCFree and open to the publicFree parking at 7th street parking garage THE MAY 13 EVENT: Come join walk leaders for a conversation where we take a look back at the "Jane's Walks" in early May that explored Charlotte neighborhoods. See highlights, discuss lessons for the future. During this event you will learn about the[...]

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