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AGENDA: Gift flips, photo exhibits, award shows
Weekly events listing for Jan. 9-15
 
Published Thursday, January 9, 2014
by Michaela L. Duckett

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V 101.9 radio personality Fly Ty is hosting the 7th Annual Queen City Awards Jan. 10 at Halton Theater.

Who’s making a difference on the Charlotte scene? Find out this weekend as Fly Ty hosts the Queen City Awards. Plus, don’t miss your chance to see “Families of Abraham” before the exhibit closes, and swap any unwanted gifts you received over the holidays at HoneeBee Gift’s annual gift flip. Here’s a look at what to do, where to go and who to see this week in Charlotte:

Families of Abraham 1/9

Stop by Discovery Place (301 N. Tryon St.) to see “Families of Abraham” before it closes Jan. 12. The photographic exhibition explores the commonalities between Christians, Jews and Muslims. Admission is free.

Afterwards, discuss your thoughts about the exhibit over a cocktail or two at Strike City (210 E. Trade St.) during Martini Madness. Martinis are half-priced every Thursday.

Queen City Awards 1/10

Join Kevan Glover and The Konnected for the seventh Annual Queen City Awards hosted by Fly Ty at Halton Theater (1206 Elizabeth Ave.). The show starts at 7:15 p.m. and will be recorded to air on cable channel 11 and broadcast live on WGIV. Red carpet begins at 6 p.m. Visit www.QueenCityAwards.com or call (704) 965-3434 for more information.

HoneeBee’s gift flip 1/11

Did you receive any gifts over the holiday season (or anytime last year) that don’t fit your personal taste or that you simply cannot use? Want to swap them out for something else? Here’s your chance to do so with no guilt allowed. Simone McDowell of HoneeBee Gifts is hosting her annual Flip Your Gift Party Saturday at Interior Motives (2425 South Blvd.) The event includes pop up shops, food, drinks and lots of mingling. Registration begins at 11 a.m. Admission is free with a gift and $10 without. Gifts must be new with a minimum value of $10. Limited VIP gift bags are available. Visit www.honeebeegifts.com for more information.

Sunday Brunch 1/12

What’s a Sunday in the South without a good meal? Luckily you don’t have to wait for dinner. Have brunch at BLT Steak Charlotte (110 N. College St.) and feast on country style buttermilk pancakes or the Eggs Benedict with sharp cheddar biscuits, creamy hollandaise, country ham and crisp spinach. Top it all off with a classic Mimosa or Bloody Mary. Brunch is served 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Martini Madness 1/13

Stop by Strike City (210 E. Trade St.) for All You Can Bowl Monday. Enjoy drink specials and unlimited bowling from 11 a.m. until 2 a.m. for $15 per person, including shoe rental. Must be 18 or older to enter.

Pre-Dating at SIP 1/14

If you are between the ages of 24-34 and looking to make a love connection, try your luck at the Pre-Dating Speed Dating Event being held for professionals at SIP Charlotte, 200 N. Tryon St. The fun begins at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $23. Register at www.pre-dating.com.

Crafty cocktails 1/15

Get over the Hump Day slump with half-priced specialty cocktails at Wolfgang Puck Pizza|Bar (6706-C Philips Place Court), and take the edge off with an Elderflower Martini, a Pomegranate Bellini or a Gin Basil. Stop by right after work for Happy Hour, 3-6 p.m. daily in the bar, and dine on garlic and white bean hummus, pan roasted mussels, baked goat cheese, bruschetta and crispy chicken wings – all for $6 each.

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