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Old 05-30-2009, 04:38 PM
 
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Is Charlotte, North Carolina a fun place for single people. Is there a lot to do?
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Old 05-30-2009, 04:59 PM
 
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yes. though imo raleigh is better, with all of the young people due to the colleges alongside the young professionals. charlotte is a bigger city though, and it has jack-in-the-box. which is plus plus for me.
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Old 05-30-2009, 06:07 PM
 
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Here is a post I made a while back. Since then new places have opened up. A popular place is the Epicenter. That thread was about 20 somethings but I think there is something for singles of any age. What you do all depends on your interests.

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Thousands of college students and graduates call Charlotte home. Charlotte is not LA but as a 20- something I find a lot to do here. As my dad always says.."If you bored...do something". There are several clubs/groups full full of young adults. One example: Charlotte Outdoor Adventures I honestly think you have to be a pretty boring person to be bored here.

This recent thread has some info about bars/nightclubs. Any fun places for a college-aged student to go?

Arts Organizations (Museums, Dance, Art, Theatre)
Arts and Science Council
Charlotte Cultural Guide


Here is a post I made in another thread.


LovesBoating wrote:

I'm sorry to single out LovesBoating but in my experience this is not true. I've seen this stated a few times, mostly by people who didn't live in Charlotte when they were younger and/or single. I think it's just the case of knowing what's going on based on one's interests. For example I am single with no children. I couldn't tell you five events/happenings focused on families with young children. That dosen't mean they don't exist. There are a lot of things happening in and around Charlotte. There are concerts (large and small venues), bars/clubs, museums, sporting events, arts (dance, theater, music) events. There are many activity groups/events just for the 20 - 30 something crowd.

One example is Club Blume

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