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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Shop Sells Ice Cream Rolls Jolly Rolls Ice Cream now has a store in Carmel Village. The shop makes ice cream rolls in signature flavors such as Heavenly Apple Pie, Passionate Guavall and Caramel Macchiatoll. Info: www.jollyrollsicecream.com. Weight-Loss Firm Opens 20/30 Fast Track, a weight loss, wellness and nutrition franchise that promises a 20-pound weight loss in 30 days, has opened its first Charlotte location at The Shops at Piper Glen. Info: 704-496-9336 or www.2030charlotteweightloss.com. Promenade Welcomes Tenants Front Door Fabrics, a store selling wallpaper, furniture and fabrics; Stretch Zone, a provider of practitioner-assisted stretching; and a Blue Cross Blue Shield retail office selling insurance services for individual health needs, have opened in Promenade on Providence. At the same center, Charlotte Fitness Equipment, now under new ownership, has relocated next to Joseph A. Banks. Info: www.promenadeonprovidence.com. Eyelash Experts Open Lash Lounge Blakeney, offering customized eyelash extensions, brow extensions and more, recently opened in Blakeney Shopping Center. Info: www.thelashlounge.com. Sweet Charities Lending a helping hand Pizzeria Locating Next to Sprouts MOD Pizza, a fast pizzeria that makes individually-sized, artisan pizzas to order, is expected to open soon at 15127 Ballancroft Parkway next to Sprouts. Info: www.modpizza.com/locations/ballantyne. Photo courtesy of Nicole Daw, KLYX Photography BCC Rally Celebrates 15 Years, Fall Campaign Celebrating 15 years and continuing its fight against breast cancer, BCC Rally will hold an evening fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 15, and a ladies' golf event and luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Events are open to the public and Ballantyne Magazine is excited to be a media partner. The Pink Bow Campaign is also being held again this fall. Details: www.bccrally.org. This summer, the Ballantyne Country Club Barracudas swim team, ranging in age from 5 to 18, hosted a Swim for a Cure event with the Providence Plantation Piranhas on June 28. The event raised $1,800 for BCC Rally. Teen volunteers from local high schools also helped encourage merchandise sales that day. Virtual Food Drive in November Ballantyne's Virtual Food Drive runs throughout November to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina. Monetary con- tributions boost the nonprofit's ability to provide healthier food to those in need. Donate: www.goballantyne.com. Dance Group to Hold Fundraiser Miller Street Dance Academy will host the third annual Baubles and Bow- ties Gala on Saturday, Oct. 20, at The Ballantyne to support Dancers Against Cancer (DAC). To date, DAC has raised more than $1 million. Learn more/donate: www.millerstreetdanceacademy.com. See "About Us." Tour de Cure Aids Diabetes Group The American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure will be held Saturday, Sept. 15, starting at Brixham Tent. The fundraising event includes a 5K walk, 5K run and bike rides of 15, 24, 43, 65 and 100 miles. Registration: https://bit.ly/2NXbhPR. BALLANTYNE FALL 2018 28 Wire

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