Tuesday, December 20, 2011

First Night Charlotte - Volunteers Needed! (New Years Eve Event)

This is a great opportunity to get involved with community activities!

First Night Needs YOU -

Friday, December 2, 2011

Tues December 6th @ 11:00 AM | Seventh Street Station Ribbon Cutting (NEW)


Please see below information from Moira Quinn @ Charlotte Center City Partners regarding the ribbon cutting for Seventh Street Station. This is a REVISED date.

What: 7th Street Public Market Ribbon Cutting – NEW DATE

Where: Seventh Street Station - 224 East Seventh Street

Media will be provided free parking in the Secure Parking lot located at 219 E. 7th Street across from the Market or an hour and a half of free parking in Seventh Street Station. Please see the lot attendant for your parking ticket.

When: Tuesday, December 6, 2011
11:00am – 11:30am

Special Guests: The ribbon cutting is scheduled to include 7th Street Public Market Board Chairman Dan Murrey and members of the Board, CCCP President Michael Smith, representatives of sponsors Carolinas Healthcare System and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx and Mecklenburg County Commission Chairman Jennifer Roberts.

The 7th Street Public Market provides high-quality, fresh, and affordable food from local farms and regional purveyors. It is the anchor of a dynamic market district that serves as an authentic community gathering place. It celebrates and promotes the diverse regional food culture of the Carolinas, supports local and regional farmers and food artisans as well as the regional network of markets, serves as an incubator for food-related businesses, and helps mitigate food deserts in surrounding neighborhoods addressing access, health and food education and costs.

“We are thrilled about all the people coming together to open this Market,” says Christy Shi, Executive Director of 7th Street Public Market. “It has such a strong mission that will do so much good for the Charlotte community and its rural neighbors. We are so excited about the prospect of moving out of the construction phase and into celebrating and supporting local producers and food artisans.”

For more information, please contact:

Moira Quinn