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THE LIGHT FACTORY. Spirit Square Knight Gallery, 704-333-9755, www.lightfactory.org. June 12-13 The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival 7:30pm
MCCOLL CENTER FOR VISUAL ARTS. 721 N. Tryon Street, 704-332-5535, www.mccollcenter.org. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-4pm. Admission: $5, adults; $3, students and seniors. Free for members. June 14 A Celebration of Pop Art, 7pm, Step into the Pop Art era to enjoy period entertainment, food and art! Unique pop art for the event will be auctioned. All proceeds will be used to keep creativity alive at the McColl Center for Visual Art. Tickets $50, includes food and beverage. 21+ event. June 27 Welcoming Summer Affiliate Artists at an Open House.
MCGREGOR DOWNS GALLERY. 10801 Johnston Road Suite 201, 704-333-6699, www.mdgallery.homestead.com. June 7 Auction of Boris Tomic's commissioned painting to benefit Habitat for Humanity. Tomic is best known for his four Ballantyne Gates Structures. The auction will take place at Quail Hollow Presbyterian Church.
MINT MUSEUM OF ART. 2730 Randolph Road, 704-337-2000, www.mintmuseum.org. Hours: Tuesday, 10am-10pm; Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. Admission: $6, adults; students & seniors, $5; ages 6-17, $3. June 19 Catherine Mosley, Robert Motherwell's master printer, will lecture on printmaking techniques such as etching and aquatint and discuss her work with Motherwell. Through July 14 Arts of West Africa An exhibition of recent acquisitions to this permanent display. Through September 28 Masterful Prints. Through October 19 Burlon Craig and His Legacy
MINT MUSEUM OF CRAFT + DESIGN. 220 N. Tryon St. 704-337-2000, www.mintmuseum.org. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. Admission: $6, adults; students & seniors, $5; ages 6-17, $3. Through July 27 Point of View II. Through August 3 Constructing Elozua: A Retrospective. June 22 Constructing Elozua Family Day. Hands on activities related to trains, rail yards, billboards, and funky teapots from 1:30-3:30pm. Costs $10 for a family of four.
MUSEUM OF YORK COUNTY. 4621 Mt. Gallant Road, Rock Hill SC, 803-329-2121, www.yorkcounty.org. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday 1-5pm. Admission: $5, adults; seniors over 60, $4; students, $3; children five and under, free. Through July 20: Virtue Leads and Grace Reveals: Embroideries and Education in Antebellum South Carolina exhibition.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF CHARLOTTE MECKLENBURG. Gallery L, 310 N. Tryon Street, 704-336-2725, www.plcmc.org. June 11 100th Anniversary Celebration. Through June 22 The Grand Ole Opry exhibit featuring historic photographs taken between 1952 and 1960 by Gordon Gillingham. June 29-August 10 Another Africa: Photographs by Robert Lyons. Through August 31 Vanishing Victorians featuring photographs of grand Victorian houses found in uptown Charlotte in 1905. Cornelius Branch Library, 21105 Catawba Avenue, Cornelius, 704-655-9409. June 11 Charlotte Stars on The Grand Ole Opry. Morrison Regional Library, 7015 Morrison Boulevard, 704-336-2109. June 8 Celebrate the Century. South County Regional Library, 5801 Rea Road, 704-341-1176. June 10 Charlotte Stars on The Grand Ole Opry. University Regional Library, 301 E. W.T. Harris Boulevard, 704-595-9589. June 9 Jazz Masters: The Pianists
RUTLEDGE GALLERY. At Winthrop University, 107 McLaurin Hall, Rock Hill, 803-323-4639. Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Through June 30 15th Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition
SHAIN GALLERY. 601 B Providence Road, 704-334-7744, www.shaingallery.com. Through June 30 Josh Grant's exhibit Summer Shores will show along with Sharon Obee's Subway Series.
BEN AND JERRY'S FREE SUMMER MOVIE SERIES. Ben and Jerry's Davidson, 202 S. Main Street Davidson, 704-892-0604. June 11 Lilo and Stitch. Movie begins at dusk in the parking lot of Ben and Jerry's Davidson.
CASTAWAY CRUISE BOAT RUN. Cashion's Cove on Lake Norman. Lake Norman YMCA, 21300 Davidson St., Cornelius, 704-716-4402. June 14
CENTER CITY GREEN MARKET 2003. Seventh Street across from Reid's and Levine Museum. Through September 20, Saturdays, 8am-1pm. Fresh seafood from seafood.com; fresh produce from Unity Farms and Creekside Farms; hot dogs, kielbasa, and Italian sausage from New York Dogs; fresh flowers, bouquets and gift baskets; in-store specials from Reid's Fine Foods; family activities; free entertainment.
CHARLOTTE FILM SOCIETY. The Manor Theater, 609 Providence Road, 704-414-2355 www.charlottefilmsociety.com. June 13-19 Spider, Intacto, Divine Intervention, and The Bread My Sweet. Movies at Birkdale, 16950 Birkdale Commons Parkway, Huntersville, 704-895-7997. June 20-26 Spider, Intacto, Divine Intervention, and The Bread My Sweet
CLOVER SCOTTISH GAMES AND SCOTCH IRISH FESTIVAL. Clover Memorial Stadium, Clover, SC 803-222-3312. June 14, Seventh annual festival celebrating Scotch-Irish Heritage. Activities including Scottish heavy athletic competition, Irish dancing, feature entertainer Neil Anderson, border collie exhibition, pipe bands, children's activities, among others. 9am-4pm. Admission free.
COMEDY ZONE. 516 N. College Street, 704-348-haha, www.thecomedyzone.net. June 4-5 Scott Angrave featuring Rob Holloway. June 6-7 Celebrity Performance: Gary Valentine. June 11-14 Michael W. Armstrong w/ Dan Ellison. June 18-21 Derrick Richards w/ Kurt Green. June 25-26 Benny Baker w/ Matt Davis. June 27-28 Celebrity Performance: Frank Caliendo