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Amber Lynch is City Editor for Charlotte and Charleston. She is passionate about family, fashion, food, wine, books and giving. She is a published poet and author of the children’s book, Where Did Grandlee Go. The unexpected loss of her father brought an appreciation for the mere moments in life. She grew up in Charleston, South Carolina cultivating a fondness for southern style and Lowcountry cuisine. Her father founded a restaurant business that is still family run. While the beaches and beauty of the Carolina coast kept her captivated she yearned to explore beyond the comforts of home. Amber found herself in New York City working for Tiffany & Co. in Community Affairs and later as the Publicity Director for Rizzoli Publications. She met her husband in NYC. Longing for southern roots they relocated to Charlotte, NC. She has settled into the southern paced yet culturally enriched city. Since then she has worked as a public relations consultant and more recently as Director of Business Development for W by Worth. Raising three young sons keeps her busy, but grounded. She has adopted Charlotte as her home and is avidly involved in the community through church, schools and charities.

Celebrate! 2015 Midnight In Paris In Charlotte To Benefit Children’s Theater

Photo Credit: Children's Theater of Charlotte

Photo Credit: Ctcharlotte.org

The Celebrate! 2015 Midnight in Paris event on Saturday, February 21, 2015 will be hosted by ENCORE!, Children’s Theater’s volunteer organization. The annual fundraising event will feature live music from the Bad Daddies, an exciting live auction, raffle and hors d’oeuvres to complement the Midnight in Paris inspired evening.

ENCORE! is an integral part of the work of the Children’s Theater of Charlotte (CTC). “ENCORE! is such a special group of women and we’re thrilled to be hosting Celebrate! again this year,” said Christie Henshaw, ENCORE! President. “It’s a great opportunity for us to share what we love about CTC with the community – and have great food and music.” Funds raised will support the theater’s general operating budget, funding professional productions, theatre education and community outreach programs.

Photo credit: Children's Theater of Charlotte

Photo credit: Children’s Theater of Charlotte

The Children’s Theater was established in 1948 by the Junior League of Charlotte to foster cultural enrichment for children. The mission of the theater remains the same, to create exceptional theater experiences, inspiring generations to explore the wonder of their world. By serving more than 300,000 young people and families annually the community is inspired indeed.

WHEN: Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 7 p.m.

300 Seventh Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Ph. 704-973-2800

Photo Credit: Children's Theater of Charlotte

Photo Credit: Children’s Theater of Charlotte

TICKETS: Please click here, Celebrate! to purchase tickets, or contact Rachel Ingle at 704-973-2806.

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