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09

Fall Follow-Ups

Written by Ellen Gurley

FALL FOLLOW-UPS

www.Facebook.com/TheHouseOfLeMond UPDATE
Lemond Hart recently moved his boutique, from Area 15 to
3010 Monroe Road Suite 103. Go check him out for the same personal attention and unique men’s (and some women’s) fashion, accessories, collectibles, and more.
Learn more about him in the article in Charlotte People on www.MyCityMagazine.net.

www.NoDaBrewery.com UPDATE
The 1st location (2229 North Davidson Street) is temporarily closed to the public due to a loss of parking with the development of a residential project across the street.  They should reopen that one in roughly eighteen months upon the completion of the Blue Line Extension Project and are still using the facility to brew speciality beers. The 2nd location (2921 North Tryon Street) features daily "Somethin's Brewing". This is a menu collaboration using NoDa brews with Tin Kitchen Food Truck creations so that you can now eat your beer. Consider yourself NoDafied and don't forget to try their pumpkin beer Gordgeous in cans and on taps all over the city and in their taproom.
Sundays Tap Room open 12-7pm
Mondays Tap Room open 4-9pm
Tuesdays Tap Room open 4-9pm w.”NoDable Series" (new beers released in their taproom 4pm)
Wednesdays Tap Room open 4-9pm w. Run Club 6:30-8:30pm
Thursdays Tap Room open 4-9pm

Fridays Tap Room open 4-10pm
Saturdays Tap Room open 12-10pm
Keep up with events in the tap room on the events page of www.MyCityMagazine.net.

www.100Gardens.org UPDATE
100 Gardens is opening an urban farming and aquaponics supply center in NoDa. You will be able to purchase farming supplies and learn to grow your own food.  All profits will go to support their educational efforts in prisons and schools. They will be “crowd funding” this initiative in October. Go to their website for more information about how you can help or visit 100 Gardens at Seeds in NoDa for their annual garden party on Saturday, September 10th.  It is open to the public from 4 to 7pm at 200 East 36th Street.  They will be sharing fresh, locally grown food and celebrating the life of founder, Ron Morgan.

Find our more about their programs in the article in Community News on www.MyCityMagazine.net.

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