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Pride 2014: Charlotte Pride Week
Updated: August 1, 2014 at 8:29 am
Charlotte Roller Girls
Grady Cole Center
210 N. Kings Dr.
5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
The Charlotte Roller Girls B-Dazzlers take on Classic City Roller Girls. Family friendly. Wear rainbow colors and show your Charlotte pride to win great prizes. $12/advance. $16/door. charlotterollergirls.com
Buff Faye’s Sunday Drag Brunch
1820 South Blvd.
Join Buff Faye for a, well, buffet (and don’t forget the cash bar) at this special Pride Sunday Drag Brunch.
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Interfaith Pride Service and Reception
Caldwell Presbyterian Church
1609 E. Fifth St.
Clergy from a variety of faith traditions join with members of the LGBT community to partake in an interfaith worship service kicking off this year’s slate of Charlotte Pride activities. A reception will follow. Free.
Young at Heart Lunch
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
1900 The Plaza
This lunch is a gathering for all those who are “young at heart.” Guests are invited to join the group for fellowship, support and, on Aug. 14, celebration of this year’s Charlotte Pride including surprise Loving Not Judging Entertainment. RSVP is requested to firstname.lastname@example.org. $2.50.
A Night at the Museum, Sip and Play 2014
McColl Center for Visual Arts
721 N. Tryon St.
Charlotte Black Gay Pride hosts a special game night at the McColl Center. Music, food and cash bar. Board games, card games, a couples dating game and karaoke. Free.
Charlotte Pride Takeover
601 S. College St.
Takeover Friday hosts one of its most popular events of the year, taking to the lobby bar of The Westin for good drinks and fun time with friends. Free.
Special Worship Service and Reception
New Life Metropolitan Community Church
1900 The Plaza
Rounding out Charlotte Pride’s weekend activities, head to a special worship service and reception with singing, prayer, communion and a reception with light refreshments. Free.
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