Charlotte: 50s fundraiser slated

Carolinas News Notes

by Lainey Millen  Special Assignments  specialassignments@goqnotes.com
Published: May 24, 2013 in Carolinas News Notes

50s fundraiser slated

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Teresa Davis, president of the Charlotte Business Guild, will celebrate her 50th birthday, along with board member Jai Taylor, at a fundraiser for the LGBT Community Center of Charlotte will be held on May 25, 7 p.m., at the center, 2508 N. Davidson St.

The event is open to the public. Admission is free.

Promoters suggest that a tax-deductible contribution be made to the center in lieu of cards and gifts. Enjoy dancing, food and beverages while joining in the revelry. Beer, wine and soft drinks will be available for purchase or attendees may BYOB.

info: charlottebusinessguild.orggaycharlotte.com.

‘Catch Me’ musical comes to Queen City

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Blumenthal Performing Arts Center’s Out on the Town LGBT theater group club will be getting together on June 7, 8 p.m., for a showing of the “Catch Me If You Can” musical at Belk Theater, 130 N. Tryon St.

Afterward there will be a post-show party at BlackFinn American Saloon, 210 E. Trade St.

Tickets purchased through group membership include a $15 savings and are available online at blumenthalarts.org. To RSVP for the party, email bcarter@ncbpac.org.

To learn more about Blumenthal’s Out on the Town affinity group, visit blumenthalarts.org/default.asp?id=50&objId=17.

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