Couples are invited to choose between one of our “Body Shot” Paintings, Elf or Santa. These are so cute to hang as part of your holiday décor or bring them, along with a hat, to your Christmas party. They make a fun photo op. Bring your food and beverage to make this a special night. (Liquor is not allowed in building) NOTE: Pricing is PER COUPLE - one registration = 2 people/2 canvases Cost: $45.00 Date: Friday, December 13, 2013 Start Time: 07:00 pm End Time: 09:30 pm 45.00 for 2
Holiday party at Village Tavern for Toys for Tots. Includes drink specials: $3 domestic beers, $5 holiday drinks, $5 Tito's drinks, $5 wines. Music by DJ Breez. Dinner reservations are available. Freehttp://www.paschalpromotions.com/events
Join the Matthews Community Center for an evening of Christmas memories as you travel back in time to enjoy a sampling of musical numbers and vignettes from TV's Christmas specials of yesteryear.
Celebrate this holiday season with this Christmas classic featuring choreography by Artistic Director Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux along with music from the Charlotte Symphony. For more call 704-372-1000.
Bring a toy and receive raffle tickets for raffle prizes such as an Ipad and more. Benefit for Toys For Tots.
Monthly poetry slams hosted by SlamCharlotte, Charlotte’s own two time national championship team of spoken word poetry (in 2007 and 2008). $10
On Q presents this one-night-only performance of music, dance and spoken word. $15
Current Boston lead singer Tommy DeCarlo performs with his band DeCarlo at Lake Wylie Bowl N' Bounce this Friday, December 13 at 9PM. Admission is free. DeCarlo will be performing classic hits from Boston as well as favorites from other bands of the era such as .38 Special, Foreigner, Toto, and more. Free Admissionhttp://www.lwbnb.com
Sing and dance to your favorite party rock music! Everything from The Beatles to Drowning Pool, Ollie Take Cover guarantees we'll play something for you. Come see an awesome light show... With lasers! Enjoy the great food and drinks at Lucky Lou's Tavern. Let's celebrate Friday together! FREE!
The exhibit features a selection of works by gallery artists.
The exhibit features works by Paula Gaetano Adi. Opening reception on Oct. 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Held in the Smith Gallery.
Working hard to break out of its regional touring turf while reaching out into the greater concert world, Cabinet is working the byways plying its wares — sweet bluegrass and traditional country music. The Pennsylvania combo obviously loves to jam and make music where simplicity is key and harmony comes natural. The sextet plays American roots music with gusto, with an occasional tip of the hat to the Grateful Dead, while a touch of reggae steps into the mix on occasion and some instrumentals unfurl into progressive rock territory. The young outfit’s warm old-time music should keep things nicely stirred on this Saturday night. (Samir Shukla)
Om! Playwright Mallery Avidon grew up in an ashram, and in O Guru Guru Guru, or Why I Don’t Want to go to Yoga Class with You, her heroine Lila will thoroughly explain to us why she has strayed from the path. It’s a three-part journey at CAST, including a PowerPoint presentation, a puppet show and a visit to the Eat Pray Love ashram, where we can expect a Julia Roberts sighting. Be prepared to take off your shoes, maybe sit yogi-style on a cushion, and drift off into meditation as Lila — actually the luminous Cody Harding — invites us to see things her way. If you’ve never entertained the notion that spirituality in America is overly commercialized, you will be shocked, shocked by Lila’s attitude in this comedy directed by CAST artistic director Michael R. Simmons. (Perry Tannenbaum) $18-$28