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These free events take place in the Charlotte area from Monday, February 4th, 2013, through Sunday, February 10th. This list will be updated throughout the week on Charlotte on the Cheap s Free Event page.

Monday

10:30am:Storytime at Chick-fil-A Cotswold

5:00pm:Board game night at Your Local Game Shop in Matthews

Tuesday

Free pancakes at IHOP

9:30am:History program at Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church

11:00am:Family Fun Day at Carolina Place: Magic by Enigma and Face Painting by Nanabelle

4:00pm: Free Big Pizza Slider at Pizza Hut

5:00pm:Family board game night at Your Local Game Shop in Matthews

5:00pm:Mini-build at LEGO store

7:00pm:Beer Ed at Growler s Pourhouse

Wednesday

5:00pm:Magic the Gathering at Your Local Game Shop in Matthews

7:00pm:Beer tasting at Common Market Commonwealth

9:00pm:Live music at Snug Harbor: Elevator Action

Thursday

7:00am:Free bagel and cream cheese at Bruegger s Bagels

5:00pm:Miniature Wargaming at Your Local Game Shop in Matthews

6:00pm:Beer tasting at Common Market South End

8:00pm:Happening a Collaborative Arts Movement

8:00pm:Live music at Summit Coffee: Bryan Olson

Friday

5:00pm:Role-playing and board games at Your Local Game Shop in Matthews

6:30pm:Live music at NoDa Brewing Company: Putney s End

7:30pm:Charlotte Folk Society concert: Jamie Laval Trio

8:00pm:Live music at Summit Coffee: Mike Strauss Trio

Saturday

10:00am:Lowes Build and Grow Clinic for kids: Wheel of Love

10:00am:Fairy House Festival at Latta Plantation Nature Preserve

10:30am:Criss Cross Mangosauce bilingual storytime at Mint Museum Randolph

11:00am:Kids craft at Lakeshore Learning: Chinese New Year Dragon

1:00pm:Wine and cheese tasting at Healthy Home Market

8:00pm:Live music at Summit Coffee: Time Sawyer

9:00pm:Live music at Common Market Commonwealth: Felly Castelow, Mary Mo, and Casting Great Shadows

Sunday

10:30am:Vietnamese New Year Celebration

6:00pm:Open Mic at Booth Playhouse

6:00pm:Karaoke at Snug Harbor

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