Ballantyne Magazine

FALL 2018

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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Practice Welcomes Two Dentists Drs. Kelly Lipp and Ann Kennedy have joined Bird Pediatric Dentistry. Both are graduates of the UNC School of Dentistry. Dr. Suzanne Bird is celebrating her 10th year of business in the Ballantyne area. Details: Weighted Items Provide Assistance Weighted Works, co-founded by Ballantyne residents Tracey Feathers and Melinda Smith, makes weighted blankets, lap pads and neck wraps that can serve as medicine-free alternatives for children and adults suffering autism, anxiety, insomnia, restless legs and sensory disorders. Info: Real Estate Firm Launches App Dickens Mitchener, a Charlotte real estate company with offices in Ballantyne, has launched an app for iPhone and Android. The app allows users to view nearby rentals and homes for sale in any location with one click, to save and share their favorite listings and searches and to receive notifications of market changes. Details: Symphony Makes Local Stops The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra's "On the Go" series returns to Ballantyne with Wednesday concerts on Sept. 26, Jan. 30 and May 8 at 7:30 p.m. at South Mecklenburg Presbyterian Church. Info/ details: www.charlottesymphony. org/buytickets. Club Features Candidates, Safety The Ballantyne Breakfast Club will hold a Ballantyne Community Candidates Picnic in October at The Ballantyne, as well as a meeting in early December on community safety. The safety program will feature leaders from Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and fire departments and the county sheriff's office. They will discuss holiday safety and provide department updates. Details will be posted on closer to the events. Biz Buzz Company news and announcements Photo courtesy of Michael Harding, Genesis Photography Resident conductor Christopher James Lees Festival Supports Historic Cabin The Lower Providence Community House Fall Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at the site's historic log cabin. The free event features artisans selling wares, a petting zoo and ice cream for children. Tickets are $11 for a barbecue plate and drink and $6 for a sandwich and drink. The Presbyterian Breast Center Mobile Mammography Unit will be on-site to provide screening mammograms. Proceeds from the festival support restoration and preservation of this historic local landmark. Details: Dr. Ann Kennedy Dr. Kelly Lipp BALLANTYNE FALL 2018 20 Wire

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