Our dedicated affiliate groups produce a number of mission-critical fundraising and "friend"-raising events in support of the Mint that build engagement and excitement among their members and museum supporters.
The Friends of the Mint present Isaac Payne, Artist and Professor of Painting at Central Piedmont Community College.
The 2016 Fall EnrichMINT Forum, will be held at the Mint Museum Uptown on November 2, 2016. This marquee kick-off to the Room to Bloom Celebration will feature keynote speaker, Lela Rose.
“Join the Madness” at this Alice and Wonderland themed affair held by the Young Affiliates of the Mint!
This event is the third of five exciting programs offered by the Charlotte Garden Club this fall that accolade horticulture and design throughout Carolinas. Join us for a conversation with botanist and horticulturalist John E. Eisley.
This event is the fourth of five programs offered by the Charlotte Garden Club that accolade horticulture and design throughout the Carolinas. Pat McCall, floral designer at Charlotte’s The Blossom Shop, will prepare attendees for the holidays.
Tom Earnhardt, naturalist and host of the UNC-TV program “Exploring North Carolina” will kick-off 2017 with his January 23rd lecture “A Move to Default Native: Selecting Native Flora Whenever Possible in Private Developments and on Public Lands.”
Join the Charlotte Garden Club for a seminar featuring Patrick McMillan, host & co-creator of the Emmy award-winning nature program Expeditions with Patrick McMillan.
A throw back to the original Hawaii Five-O, this evening event will celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the Mint Museum with luau-style eats, libations and sounds of the 70s and 80s from Charlotte superstars, The Bad Daddies band.
Join the Charlotte Garden Club for a seminar featuring Brie Arthur on succulent care.
This perennially sold-out coffee, lecture and luncheon will be held at the Charlotte Country Club which hosts 500 guests and features a silent auction and book signing by Frances Schultz.