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Date: February 8, 2014
Time: 8:00 pm

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LGBT Community Center of Charlotte
2508 North Davidson Street
Charlotte, NC 28205

Site: http://www.lgbtcharlotte.org/#!back-to-the-block/c23xz

The LGBT Community Center of Charlotte is excited to announce they will be hosting a Back to the Block party for the community to celebrate the LGBT Community Center’s 10th year anniversary and first year of residence in the NoDa community.
 
Admission to the event is $10 or $5 for members and will feature music by DJ Q. Michael, spoken word performances, and live musical performances by Red Jesse and jocElyn ellis.
 
The LGBT Community Center will host our 2014 membership drive for community members who would like to financially partner with the the center as a supporting member.
 
There are three membership levels to choose from as well as Corporate Sponsorship Levels.:
 
Supporting Member at $24 annually
Community Trailblazer at $60 annually
Community Partner at $240 annually
 
Benefits of membership include discounts on programming and events, a membership newsletter and more.
 

 




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