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NYE Bash at OTPH, Yoga & Resolutions and shop at Bebe Gallini’s … this week in OTC!

The inside scoop on a few of the best happenings in OTC each week.

Say Goodnight to 2016: NYE Bash
Saturday, Dec. 31
7 p.m.-2 a.m.
Old Town Public House
21314 Catawba Ave.

New Year’s Eve is right around the corner and Old Town Public House invites you to “Say Goodnight to 2016” at its annual New Year’s Eve bash, featuring The Goodnight Brothers Band.

Always a great time at OTPH, the New Year’s Eve bash includes hors d’oeuvres, a champagne toast, party favors, a countdown watching the ball drop, all with a live show from the area’s best rock/jam/funk band around. The Goodnight Brothers Band has been entertaining audiences in Lake Norman and surrounding areas for years, and the folks at OTPH are stoked to host the group on their main stage.

Tickets are limited, and just $15 in advance. Purchase yours now on eventbrite.com.

Read more about The Goodnight Brothers Band in this week’s Artist Spotlight.

Deep Stretch Yoga with Intention Setting
Sunday, Jan. 1
9:30-11 a.m.
KadiFit
19725 Oak St.

Why not start the new year off with some deep stretch yoga and mindful intention setting? No, seriously: The benefits of yoga are immeasurable and doing it in an encouraging group setting like the one at KadiFit could be just the right “new leaf” for you to turn over for 2017. And its led by the incomparable Megan Hively of Y2YWellness.

“Deep Stretch yoga is a slower form of yoga made up mostly of floor poses that are held for varying lengths,” Hively explains. “Its benefits can include increased flexibility, improved mobility, a relaxed nervous system, and a calmed mind. It is a wonderful practice for beginners and advanced yogis alike because of its slower pace and many pose variations.”

Megan McFadden, instructor at The Meditation Room here in OTC co-leads the class. “In this class we will spend time actively setting a personal intention for 2017, in this way you will establish a deep connection to your New Year’s resolution,” she says.

The class is free for KadiFit members and only $7 for non-members. (Joining KadiFit is easy and fun – The first class is always free and there are often promotions offering even more savings while you get fit in mind, body and spirit. Learn more.)

Bebe Gallini’s Store Closing
Tuesday, Dec. 27-Saturday, Dec. 31
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Oak St. Mill, 19725 Oak St.

Bittersweet to report, Bebe Gallini’s is closing its doors and is offering huge sales throughout the store.

Bebe’s has been a staple in the OTC community since opening its doors a decade ago, offering unique boutique and designer items that range from home goods/decor to fashion jewelry and apparel – without the huge department store price tags. The store is selling all of its merchandise as well as the eclectic mix of sturdy furniture and displays.

Stop in any day this week to strike a deal and bid a farewell to this one-of-a kind shop in the Oak Street Mill.

 

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Jess Boye
Jess Boye
I live here in Old Town Cornelius and absolutely love our area's unique character. My life's calling is to work to bring art and culture to the forefront of everyday life. I work full-time for Bella Love, Inc and taking care of my adorable son, Kipton.

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