Things To Do
Things To Do In Charlotte NC
Amelie’s has taken on a life of it’s own… the French bakery located at 28th street and North Davidson, is on the edge of NODA and has taken the city by storm. Is it the 24 hour service? Their free Wi-Fi? The eclectic surroundings? The wonderful food, the thoughtful staff? I’ve written about Amelies before,
The Mecklenburg County Greenway System is already one of the jewels in the Queen City crown. All over Charlotte, there are miles and miles of trails, boardwalks, and paved pathways that provide a natural habitat for local wildlife- and solitude for anyone looking to escape the constant din of the city.
My husband and I took the kids to Jetton Park, by far my favorite park in the Lake Norman- North Charlotte area… I ventured to Jetton because I heard it offered a shaded playground – a rare but absolute must in the region during the summer months! Well it’s true there is a shaded playground; but that’s only one of the park’s great amenities…
“What is the New South?” asked a Charlotte home buyer this past Friday… If you live here in Charlotte, you’ll hear the term often, something like “Charlotte is a great example of the New South” or if you live in or near Atlanta, you’ll know they claim to be the “Capital of the New South.”
ImaginOn in Charlotte NC is a joint venture of two award winning children’s programs in Charlotte, the City of Charlotte Public Children’s Library and the Children’s Theater of Charlotte. This innovative children’s library and theater are located in their own building on 6tth street, a 100′ from a Lynx station, across the street from Bobcat
I took the kids, a couple of “boy-girl friends” and off we went for our 5:00 adventure at the US National White Water Center. The sun was getting low, the temperature about 85 degrees, I enjoyed the look on my son Andrew’s face- as I had watched Bobby, Amy and Judy’s before him– the look