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CHARLOTTE HAS YOUR COLLEGE CLOSE TO HOME August 10, 2015

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Charlotte is a favorite destination for families looking for beautiful, safe neighborhoods, and great private and public schools. People who move to Charlotte fall in love with the area and usually STAY in Charlotte. Soon, finding great neighborhood schools evolves into finding a great college. In addition to the many Universities throughout North and South Carolina, Charlotte can accommodate your growing family needs by offering many college opportunities in, or just minutes from, the Queen City!

Queens University regally rests within the Charlotte city limit at 1900 Selwyn Avenue in the historic Myers Park neighborhood. Founded in 1857 as the Charlotte Female Institute, Queens College became Queens University after its many graduate programs led to its reclassification in 2002. Today, Queens University of Charlotte has approximately 2,700 students studying liberal arts, sciences and professional studies. There is a 10:1 student-faculty ratio that boasts a welcoming Southern hospitality. Students are required to live on campus in one of eight coed residence halls until reaching senior status.

The University of North Carolina Charlotte was established as a four-year, state-supported college in 1965 and in 1992 was authorized to offer programs leading to doctoral degrees. The University currently offers 90 bachelor’s degrees, 63 master’s degrees and 21 doctoral programs. Enrollment is now over 27,000 and UNC-Charlotte is the largest public institution in the Charlotte region. The 49ers can now boast a Division I football team!

Johnson and Wales University is a private, nonprofit NEASC-accredited school nestled in Uptown Charlotte. The JWU Charlotte Campus opened in fall 2004. JWU has approximately 16,000 students with over 40 undergraduate and graduate programs in culinary arts, business, arts and sciences, technology and education. The College of Culinary Arts and the School of Technology are offered as 2-year associate degrees.

The Charlotte School of Law has the convenience of an Uptown location. The school offers a Juris Doctor degree (JD) and JD/MBA degrees and is partnered with the University of North Carolina Charlotte. The Charlotte School of Law was established in 2006, has 1,591 students and is fully accredited by the American Bar Association.

Johnson C Smith University is a private, historically black college founded in 1867. This four-year liberal arts university has more than 1,400 students, 23 fields of study and 15 NCAA Division sports teams. Johnson C Smith University is located in North West Charlotte, near Uptown, at 100Beatties Ford Road.

Kings College is a small, for-profit career college offering associate degrees and diplomas. Located in the Elizabeth neighborhood, just south of Uptown Charlotte, this accredited college is the choice for those seeking short-term, career focused programs.

Wingate University, founded in 1896, is located in Wingate, North Carolina, about 50 minutes from Charlotte. Wingate University has more than 3,000 students and offers 35 undergraduate majors, 5 graduate degrees and 3 doctorate degrees. Wingate student athletes compete in 22NCAA Division II sports.

Belmont Abbey College is a small, (1,700 students), Catholic Benedictine, Liberal Arts College. All students are welcome regardless of religious affiliation. Belmont Abbey is on the National Register of Historic Places and is located 10 miles west of Charlotte. Belmont Abbey offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in 13 different areas. Belmont Abbey has a beautiful, serene campus and is considered one of the top Catholic Colleges for faithfulness and affordability.

Winthrop University is located in Rock Hill, S.C., 20 minutes south of Charlotte. Winthrop University was founded in 1886 and has 4,974 undergraduate students and 1,050 graduate students. This inviting college campus is in the National Register of Historic places and its Southern charm includes wooden porch swings throughout campus. Winthrop offers men’s and women’s sports, and participates in the NCAA at the Division I level as a member of the Big South Conference.

Davidson College is another local historic college, just 19 miles north of Charlotte, in the town of Davidson. Founded in 1837, Davidson has 1,950 students. Davidson offers baccalaureates in 27 majors, 17 minors and Interdisciplinary Studies. Steph Curry, 2015 NBA Most Valuable Player and two-time NBA All Star is a Davidson College Alum.

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) is located in Uptown Charlotte and is the largest community college in North Carolina. Founded in 1963, the college has six satellite campuses and more than 70,000 students. This two-year college is often a springboard for students into the university of their choice. CPCC offers over 100 degree, diploma and certificate programs. Students can earn associates degrees and certificates in 20 different fields.

The Queen City is graced with superb neighborhoods, family friendly parks, great social and professional opportunities, a thriving music and art scene AND brimming with local college choices! There’s a college within driving distance for all Charlotteans seeking localized higher education!

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BALLANTYNE IN-FILL COMMUNITIES FULFILL HOUSING DEMAND August 3, 2015

This iconic archway marks the entrance of Ballantyne Village and the community of Ballantyne, a suburb of Charlotte NC located near the South Carolina border. The 2,000-acre mixed-use development was created by land developer Howard C. Smokey Bissell.

Ballantyne in South Charlotte is one of the most coveted locations for homebuyers.

Great neighborhoods, schools, restaurants, shopping and movie theaters, all within a ten-mile radius, are causing builders in this gorgeous part of Charlotte scrambling to fulfill housing demand.

Home seekers looking for safe, beautiful neighborhoods with upscale homes and apartments will find their wishes fulfilled with several new in-fill communities being built within the Ballantyne area.

Meritage Homes continues to build out Olde Blakeney on Blakeney Heath Road. These single- family homes are priced $469,990 to $594,00. This luxury new home construction has many Energy Star features. There are five home plan options to choose from and one home available for move-in. A new model is open for viewing.Just around the corner, a half-mile away on Bryant Farm Road, Meritage Homes is also building The Enclave at Olde Blakeney. Meritage Homes representatives state that this coming-soon community will be selling at the end of 2015.

Ryland Homes is a busy builder in the Ballantyne area. The Manor at Oakhaven is located on Old Ardrey Kell Road. This charming community will have 38 home sites with range in square feet from 2,800 to over 4,000. Ryland Homes is also offering two new neighborhoods of single- family homes on Providence Road West. Coming in the fall of 2015, Oakhaven will be offering just 18 home sites of elegant home designs with 4 sides brick. Prices will range from t $470,00 to $518,000. Also on Providence Road West, The Estates at Oakhaven is under construction and actively selling. 47 home sites will offer homes with a minimum of 4 bedrooms, three sides cementious siding with Brick or Stone fronts.

David Weekley Homes will be offering award-winning homes in the community of Waverly. Located at the intersection of Providence Road and Ardrey Kell Road, the 90-acre community will offer town homes and single family homes. The neighborhood will include a combination of European, traditional and craftsman architecture.

Upscale apartments in Ballantyne are also in high demand. Builders are filling the need with fill-in communities of high-end rentals. Element South’s 281 units will be completed in early 2016. Located on Marvin Road, these one, two and three bedroom apartments will start at $895.00 for studios. Legacy 521 offers new one, two and three bedroom apartments on Lancaster Highway just 5 minutes from Ballantyne. Roof top patios, fitness center and clubhouse will enhance your social and active lifestyle. Prices range from $1,050-$1,775. A few apartments are move-in ready in the first completed building. Reserve your new home by July 31st and receive half off your first month’s rent! Leasing offers are 10-Month, 11-Month and 12-Month.

Solis Ballantyne is a planned mixed-use community on the corner of North Community House and Bryant Farms Road. The community plan includes 194 units of upscale apartments and retail space.

Ballantyne is a much-desired beautiful South Charlotte Community. Builders are fulfilling the demand for homes with thoughtful in-fill communities nestled in this choice area of the Queen City.

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CHARLOTTE CELBRATES FREEDOM WITH FIREWORKS AND FAMILY FUN June 27, 2015

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Charlotte is celebrating America’s independence in a spectacular way! Fourth of July celebrations will light up the Queen City at several locations convenient for families and friends.

WBT SkyShow will be held in Uptown at the BB&T Ballpark on July 4th. The pre-game fun begins at 2:00 at the SkyShow Street Party. Live music, rides food and fun will take over Mint Street to MLK Jr Blvd. Gates open at 5:00 pm and the crowds can enjoy a showdown between Team USA and Team Cuba. After the game Veterans and military personnel will be honored in a patriotic flag ceremony followed by fireworks.

Charlotte Symphony celebrates patriotism with a Star Spangled Celebration of America. All the patriotic favorites will be played, including “God Bless America”, “America the Beautiful” and much more! Fireworks will top off the celebration at Symphony Park in Southpark on July 3rd.

Carowinds offers an all-new Fireworks Extravaganza on July 4th.Enjoy all the amusement parks rides and swim in Boomerang Bay, then enjoy the fireworks at 10:00pm.

Indian Trail will be celebrating July 4th with a parade and celebration. Bring your blankets and picnic baskets to downtown Indian Trail and test your skills at the watermelon-eating contest!

The charming town of Waxhaw has a July 4th Beach Party with celebration, parade concessions and a 9:30 fireworks display in downtown.

The Charlotte Motor Speedway Bojangles Summer Shootout will be a roaring good time for the whole family on June 30th! Enjoy a Champ truck display and Bandero Racers from across the country battling the front stretch quarter-mile. There will be a HUGE fireworks display to end the evening.

The US White Water Center will offer extra fun at their fourth of July Celebration on July 3-4 with cornhole, music and 9:30 fireworks. Greensky Bluegrass Donovan will provide foot stomping music 90 minutes before the fireworks.

Water and fireworks will also be a great combination at the Lake Wylie Fireworks 9:15pm at Buster Boyd Bridge, N.C.-S.C. on July 4th.

Celebrate freedom throughout Charlotte with picnics, parades ball games and family fun! God Bless America!

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CHARLOTTE IS THE PLACE TO CELEBRATE DAD! June 15, 2015

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Charlotte is offering a diversified selection of Father’s Day destinations sure to please all amazing dads! Whether your dad is geek, glamorous, gladiator or gourmet the Queen City has a Father’s Day destination for you!

Dads that are king of the kitchen or gladiator of the grill will enjoy a culinary experience where he can practice and learn new culinary skills! Sur la table located in Southpark Mall offers cooking classes geared towards dads and families. On June 20th at 10:00 am sweets are on the table with a hands on presentation. At 2:30pm Dad can learn to Cut Like a Pro with important chef’s tools and basic knife skills. Date night, also on June 20th, starts at 6:30pm and will offer hands-on Sizzling Summer Grilling. Cooking With Dad offers family fun on June 21st at Sur la table! Ages 5 and older can join in the cooking fun with delicious results featuring quesadillas, grilled sliders and dessert!

The Southpark area also offers cooking classes for dad at Upstream in Phillips Place. The June 20th class is 10am-noon, Maki and Beyond- Sushi 102.

Uptown culinary fun on June 20th is with a spoon full of sugar! The Cocoa Lab at the Ritz Carlton offers a wonderful, one of a kind experience along side an award- winning chef! From 8am-noon dads can create Summer Fruit Classics including plum tarte tatin, almond peach cobbler and vanilla-scented quinoa salad.

The Levine Museum of the New South in Uptown will have a presentation of Conexiones: Exchanges Across Cultures. This exciting exhibition will be an exploration of Latino culture through food, music, dance and art. The first installment will be on June 21st at 2:30pm and will explore the vast array of Latin American food with chefs and home cooks from several regions! The presentation is free.

Sports dads have a lot to look forward to in Charlotte over the Father’s Day weekend! The active dad who is still a kid at heart can join in the fun at Adventure Landing Family Fun Entertainment Park in Pineville. Outdoor go carts, bumper boats a mini gold course and arcade are just part of the fun at this kid centric park! Open Sunday-Thursday 10am-10pm and Friday/Saturday 10am-midnight.

The U.S. Whitewater Center offers water sports that include kayaking, canoeing, whitewater rafting and paddle boarding. Mountain biking and running trails are open dawn to dusk and for those wanting a bird’s eye view, zip lining and canopy tours.

The Richard Petty Driving Experience is perfect for the thrill- seeking dads! Dads can ride shotgun or drive themselves 8 t 50 laps at up to 160mph at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Baseball dads can enjoy the warm summer evenings watching the Charlotte Knights take on the Indianapolis Indians at the BB&T Ballpark in Uptown Charlotte June 19th-21st.

If hitting that little white ball across green grass is your dad’s favorite past time, then Charlotte golf driving ranges will be just his cup of tee! Golf Village at 502 N Polk Street has been a favorite range for years of local golfers wanting some quick practice. For a great price, 40-50 balls for $6 can have dad happily hitting balls without breaking his wallet! 704 889-5086

The Golf Club at Ballantyne offers a quick respite for busy dads in this beautiful area of South Charlotte. The driving range is open from 7am until 6pm. Golf ball tokens can be purchased in the Golf Pro Shop. Each token offers approximately 35 balls.

Regent Park Golf Club, just minutes from Ballantyne in Fort Mill, S.C. offers a 3,000 square foot practice putting green and a 120 tees driving range. Plus, dad can fill up with less expensive gas while he’s there!

Carolina Lakes Golf Club is just south of Ballantyne off Hwy 521. They are beautifully situated in the popular Sun City retirement community. A popular, newer course, Carolina lakes has a grass tee driving range and practice area, including a large putting green.

Dads who listen to the music and enjoy a good laugh will be able to pull out the air guitar and chuckle in the Queen City over Father’s Day weekend! The Charlotte Symphony will have dads toe tapping to classical film scores on June 21st at Symphony Park.

For a more enclosed, air conditioned musical experience, families can take dad to Dirty Dancing at Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Center on June 18-21st!

Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked The World will be at Discovery Place in Uptown through September. this visually gorgeous presentation traces the guitar from its initial creation through present day.Over 60 amazing guitars are on display and will have collectors and guitarists alike in awe. Kids have many hands-on, interactive guitar displays to keep them entertained while dad is engrossed in music history!

Rock n roll will pulse at River Jam at the U.S. Whitewater Center. On June 20th, this free event 7-9pm will feature Dank, described as “rock n roll, punk and country” is for the hard-core-music dad!

Dads who enjoy a chuckle can yuck it up at Ovens Auditorium on June 19th. Weird Al Yankovic will have you laughing long after the show! At Ovens Auditorium,8:00pm.

If you envision your father enjoying the peace of a brilliant garden, then the beautiful Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is perfect for him! On June 20th at 1:00pm dad can take an informative stroll through the garden with a professional horticulture staff member. In addition to the amazing flower and plants displays, over 100 sculptures are on exhibition.

Gardening dads will also enjoy Pike Nursery’s free presentation on Attracting Butterflies and Hummingbirds on June 20th at 9am. Located in Ballantyne at Torigdon Circle, this nursery offers personal service and a great variety of plants sure to satisfy dad’s green thumb!

Everyone has a unique, special dad and Charlotte has the venue for celebrating your fantastic father! Happy Father’s Day Charlotte dads!

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CHARLOTTE AREA FARMERS MARKETS ARE FRESH AND LOCAL June 6, 2015

 

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Charlotte area Farmer’s Markets are bursting with colorful, crisp produce! Local, organic, scrumptious and delicious are the tastes and sounds of a traditional Charlotte summer!

The Farmers Market at the Village at Robinson, 8410 Rea Road, offers fresh vegetables and other local delectables under the white tents you can spot from Rea Road! Local crafters, bakers, beekeepers and farmers offer their homespun creations and natural foods every Wednesday from 12-6pm.

Providence Produce Market is located on the corner of Providence and Ballantyne Commons Parkway. This small, easy in/easy out market is open Monday-Saturday 9-7pm and Sundays 10-7pm.

Meeting Street Market is a Ballantyne area quietly growing farmers market located at Elon Park, 11425 Ardrey Kell Road. Fresh fruits, vegetables and eggs. Every Tuesday, 4-7pm.

Piedmont Row Farmers Market in the Southpark area of Charlotte offers organic fruits that are all local; purchase knowing all produce comes within a 50-mile radius of Charlotte! Wednesdays 1-6pm.

Pecan Grove Farmer’s Market on the corner of Providence and Hemby Roads is beautifully situated amongst the pecan trees it bears in its name! Azaleas and other flowering plants are scattered amongst locally grown fruits and vegetables. Most of the plants and luscious edibles are grown on a local, 30-acre farm in the Matthews/Weddington area. The Market is open daily.

Matthews Community Farmers Market is located in the very heart of downtown Matthews. Just ten minutes from Charlotte, historically charming Matthews hosts one of the largest and most trusted farmers markets in the area. All produce and products are from local farmers including baked goods, dairy products vegetables, fruits, and plants. Wednesdays 10am-noon and Saturdays 7:15 am – noon.

Waxhaw is another small town just minutes from Ballantyne. On Price and North Church Street in downtown the Waxhaw Farmers Market boasts fresh produce from local farmers and artisan vendors. Features Cook Farms in Monroe, Dabnar Farm-a local, sustainable farm and Ivey Place just to name a few. Open Saturdays 9am-1.

Downtown Pineville Farmers Market offers local produce, flowers, herbs and artisan foods. Produce is seasonal and picked fresh. Stroll the privately owned stores and restaurants for some peaceful Saturday fun. Saturdays 10:00am-12:00.

If your daily travels in Charlotte have you venturing outside of the beautiful Southside and its local small towns; then you are still in luck! Charlotte has terrific farmers markets throughout the Queen City!

The Charlotte Regional Farmers Market is located at 1801 Yorkmont Road. Open Tuesdays through Saturday 8am-5 and Sundays 12pm-6. Fresh produce is just the beginning of your yummy adventure at this large farm stand! The market offers everything from grass fed beef to goat milk soap.

Kings Drive Farmers Market is located just outside Uptown at the corner of South Kings Drive and Morehead Street. Offering fresh fruits, vegetables and local flowers. Open Tuesday 6am-6pm, Friday 6am-8pm and Saturday 7am-3pm.

Elizabeth Avenue Farmers Market merged into the Plaza Midwood Farmers Market at 2007 Commonwealth Avenue. Fresh produce and vegetables are offered along with beef and pork from Big Oak Farm, eggs and Johnston Farm and honey from Bryan Fisher. Saturdays 10am-1.

Charlotte is mouth- watering, fresh and beautiful! Bite into summer with a taste of the South!

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THE FREE SOUND OF MUSIC IN CHARLOTTE May 20, 2015

 

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Charlotte is alive with the beauty of spring and summer! A beautiful feast for your eyes and ears fill every area of Charlotte with soft breezes, flowering trees, gardens and green lawns. Birds are chirping in the tall trees, children giggle in the many local parks, baseballs thwack! on bats at BB&T Ballpark, golf balls swoosh across Charlotte area golf course greens and the hum of cicadas is right around the corner.

The music of nature is free to all and so is the music of local bands at free concerts throughout the Charlotte area!

Stonecrest Summer Concert Series is every Friday and Saturday night. The Fountain Stage offers families a place for the children to play and the parents to sit at tables, benches or perch on the wide walls listening to the music. Set in a whimsical atmosphere where water is dancing in the fountains and the deliciousness of ice cream concoctions are calling out from Marble Slab Creamery. The Plaza Stage in Stonecrest is tucked in by Flying Biscuit Café and offers music on Saturday nights.7-10pm. Memorial Day weekend, May 22-23, Dukes and Smith, an energetic mix of Pop/Rock, Country, R&B and Beach Music will be playing.

Blakeney’s Summer Concert Series is a very popular Friday and Saturday summer excursion. The bands play in Village Green, a large expanse between Brixx and Bravo! Restaurants. People often bring their picnic supplies and spread out on the lawn, 7-10pm. May 22-23 Natty Boh, a family friendly, acoustic mandolin, vocals and guitar duo, will perform.

Promenade on Providence  free outdoor concerts are offered on Fridays and Saturdays through September. Bring your own blankets and lawn chairs and settle in  7-10pm. May 22 Nita B, a bluesy band, will perform and on May 23 enjoy the music of Borderlyne, a five-piece band that plays dancing oldies that will get you moving!

Enjoy free music in Charlotte’s Uptown at Romare Bearden Park. Lunchtime on Tuesdays and Fridays will have you enjoying local and regional talent from 12-1pm at the park. Music can also be enjoyed Wednesdays, 6-9pm! On May 20th enjoy The Party in the Park with the Carolina Soul Band. Once a month, May through October, The Bearden Music Series presents different music genres. The smooth jazz of Willie Bradley and Brian Lenair will be on May 23, 6-9pm.

Tin Roof at Uptown’s hopping EpiCentre has free music Sunday through Thursday. No cover charge on Friday and Saturdays, just make sure to arrive before 10pm. May 21-24 Brandon Stile (country), Stereotype (pop, rock, alternative), and Incredibly Tall People (rock/jam) will play.

Charlotte’s National White Water Center is the place to cool off with fun water activities in the summer! Whitewater River Jams is a free musical summer series through September, offered on Thursdays and Saturdays. 7-10pm. On May 21, The Hackensaw Boys, a rowdy old time band, will play and on May 21, The Howlin’ Brothers, a blue grass and blues string band will have you tappin’ your to

Sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds of summer in Charlotte!

Memorial Day weekend offers many enjoyable musical events and moments of reflection honoring our military men and women.

 

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PAMPERING SPAS FOR SOUTH CHARLOTTE MOMS May 4, 2015

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South Charlotte knows how to pamper busy moms with a plethora of pampering places!

Moms are the busiest people on earth and often need a quick pick-me-up that doesn’t interfere with their well-tuned schedules. When your hands and feet look their prettiest, then all that business can be done with style!

South Charlotte nail salons have many convenient pop-in locations and just the right efficiency for rushing moms!

Aloha Nail Salon located in Blakeney Crossing (between Pet Smart and Best Buy) is known for its quick, efficient service for those on the go. This chatty, non-stuffy spa has many regulars (always a good sign), so making an appointment if possible can make your experience even less stressed. 704 845-2600.           9935 Rea Rd

Polished Nail Bar actually IS a nail bar! Located in the Stonecrest Shopping Center in Ballantyne, this award winning (Charlotte Magazine’s BOB award) nail salon has two manicure bars and lots of pedi-chairs. Have a cold drink and plop in a chair while your hands and tootsies are pampered to their prettiest. Other South Charlotte locations include South End, Southpark and Myers Park. Ballantyne location 980 819-8330.

Moms needing the luxury of ever so precious, relaxed, languishing personalized attention; a slower atmosphere is required!

The Nail Bar Spa located in Ballantyne offers an uncrushed experience in a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. Go ahead and get the Signature treatment, the wonderful of aroma of the sugar and fresh orange exfoliation will soften your mood and your skin! Manicures, pedicures, waxing and facials are all offered at this nail salon tucked away at 16015 Lancaster Highway. 704 544-7665

Zen Nails in the Promenade on Providence is known for its extra clean, relaxing atmosphere. Make sure to ask for the Deluxe treatment to get the most out of your experience. 704 814-0689 5349 Ballantyne Commons Parkway

An extra special splurge involving all day luxuriousness is needed for that extra special mom! Go ahead! Take the entire day to feel pampered like a Queen!

Modern Salon and Spa is a terrific place for hands and feet to receive the most decadent treatment! Recently relocated, but still in South Charlotte, this full service spa is located in the upscale Phillips Place off of Fairview Road. Your luxurious experience doesn’t have to stop with your feet! Go for it all! Bask in the experience of a Rosemary Mint Awakening Body Wrap, a Chakra Massage along with your Stress Fix Manicure! The offerings at this spa are endless! 704 339-0909. 6908 Phillips Place court

Voci Spa is unobtrusively and quietly situated in the Stonecrest Shopping Center. Known for its Body Treatments and massage, by simply adding in an attentive  mani-pedi with some maintenance cosmetic injections: you will feel like a whole new, refreshed person! This spa is very attentive to the whole woman and her personal needs. 704 752-8030. 7808 Rea Road

The Spa at Ballantyne is located in the beautiful Ballantyne Resort. The posh facilities will make you feel like royalty as you relax in your pedi-chair and have your hands massaged for your manicure while you enjoy the view of the rolling greens of the golf course. Your pampering begins the minute you put on your soft luxurious robe and step into the quiet waiting area. Massages, facials, body wraps and a steam room and sauna all await you! You can swim in the pool, dine in their restaurant and get your hair styled all in one lovely place. Stay the night and really relax!       704 752-8030. 10000 Ballantyne commons Parkway

All moms deserve to be treated like royalty! Treat yourself to well deserved day of pampering or drop a hint for a Mother’s Day to relax and enjoy!

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