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FALL 2018

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Fall Fun @The Ballantyne, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Charlotte A variety of autumn events and activities are available at The Ballantyne. Reservations are required for food and beverage occasions. Unless otherwise noted, call 704-248-4100 or go to www.gallery-restaurant.com. Space for Holiday Events The Ballantyne offers a variety of space options for corporate and social events. Events hosted Sunday through Thursday in November and December receive complimentary room rental and complimentary overnight stay for the event planner, based on room availability. Food and beverage minimums apply. Inquiries: 704-248-4070 or sales@theballantyne.com. The Golf Club at Ballantyne To participate in special offers listed below, golfers must mention them when making a reservation at 704-248-4383. Tournaments: Before Panthers' home games on Sunday, Sept. 9, and Sunday, Sept. 23, enjoy an 8 a.m. shotgun tournament, grilled fare and $3 domestic beers. Grandparents Day: On Sunday, Sept. 9, grandparents receive 50 percent off the daily rate for a round of golf or 50 percent off a one-hour private lesson. Ballantyne Golf Academy Open House: Learn about golf programs Tuesday, Oct. 9, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Meet instructors, get fitted for clubs and more. Info: 704-542-7635 or info@golfballantyne.com. Veterans Day: On Nov. 11-12, active and retired military play half off the daily rate. Golfers must present valid military identification on arrival. Info or tee times: 704-248-4383. Early Birdie Special: Receive $200 off any Three-Day School at Ballantyne Golf Academy if booked prior to Dec. 31. Whiskey Club Whiskey Club of Ballantyne meets Fridays this fall on Sept. 28 (National Bourbon Heritage Month), Oct. 26 (Auchentoshan) and Nov. 30 (Laphroaig). The meeting is 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Attendees explore whiskies and enjoy complementing small plates. Cost: $65 per person in September and October and $95 in November. Tax and gratuity are additional; reservations required. Thanksgiving Brunch Experience a contemporary take on the traditional holiday feast on Thursday, Nov. 22, 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Gallery Restaurant. Cost: $95 per person; $40 for children, ages 5-12; complimentary for children ages 4 and under (plus tax and 24 percent service charge). Teas Afternoon Tea is served Wednesday through Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. year-round. Cost: $40 for adults and $20 for children, ages 5-12; and $10 for children, ages 4 and under (plus tax and gratuity). Special Teas: Autumn Harvest Tea, Sept. 19-22; Witches & Goblins Tea, Oct. 24-27; and Psychic Tea, Nov. 14-17. Cost: $45 for adults; $25 for children, ages 5-12; and $15 for children, ages 4 and under (plus tax and gratuity). Carolina Residents Rate If you live in North or South Carolina, enjoy savings of 10 percent on hotel stays Thursday through Sunday throughout the year and one complimentary in-room movie of choice per stay. Resort-style amenities include spa, golf, fitness, tennis, yoga, pools and dining. Reservations: 888-627-8048 or www.theballantynehotel.com. BALLANTYNE FALL 2018 18 Wire

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