Charlotte Performing Arts Center

The holidays are just around the corner, and your Charlotte Performing Arts Center has many events in December to kick things off right!

On Saturday, December 6 at 7:30 pm, the Capitol City Chordsmen will present Harmony for the Holidays. Join the Capitol City Chordsmen and local quartets in a celebration of barbershop harmony in a two-hour holiday extravaganza! The 30-man chorus joins with four quartets to celebrate the season with some of your favorite Christmas carols and other favorite holiday songs.

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  • potter park zoo
  • Grease
  • 8th grade dance
  • Fuel Up to Play

Continuing the tradition of wonderful holiday events is the Lansing Concert Band’s Holiday Festival on Saturday, December 13 at 7:30 pm. This year’s performance will feature special guest soloist Teresa DuSell, as well as Michigan State University’s The Beaumont Brass. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for students, and FREE for 12 & under (ticket is required). Seating is reserved. Tickets are on sale now at the Charlotte Performing Arts Center Box Office. Continue Reading →

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WMU “Brass Celebration of Christmas” @ CPAC

The Western Brass Quintet and Western Brass Ensemble will travel from Kalamazoo on Friday, December 12 to present “A Brass Celebration of Christmas” at the Charlotte Performing Arts Center.Continue Reading →


Tiger Sharks Swim Team Kicks off Season in St. Johns

The Charlotte Tiger Sharks began their second short-course season in St. Johns with spectacular results. The annual contest took place on November 1, and included teams from Midland, Mount Pleasant, Eaton Rapids, St. Johns, Alma, and Sault Ste. Marie. Continue Reading →


At the CUE, Character Counts!

For the past two years, the Kindness and Compassion Club, led byAngi Jewell and Celena Bruch, has played a major role in leading initiatives that center on character education at Charlotte Upper Elementary. At the CUE we are continuing this effort in the 2014-2015 school yearContinue Reading →

Charlotte Middle School Lead’s the Way With STEM Curriculum

Charlotte Middle School launched the "Project Lead the Way's” middle school engineering program at the start of the 2013-2014 school year. Students were able to work with hands-on activities in state of the art learning environments equipped with professional Autodesk Inventor software. Project Lead the Way programs emphasize critical thinking, creativity, innovation, and real-world problem solving. Continue Reading →


Weymouth Preschool Rooms Experiment with Science

The Charlotte Public Schools’ 3 year old preschool room has really been hands on with science this fall. They have explored nature, right outside our back door. From leaves to pinecones and pumpkins to squash. Continue Reading →


New Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Steve Ernst.

Charlotte High School would like to introduce our new Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Steve Ernst. Coach Ernst is a graduate of Charlotte High School and has had much success around the state of Michigan during his coaching career. Continue Reading →

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