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We know that you’re probably still recovering from all the holiday festivities and may not be ready to jump right back into socializing — but there are some really great events and happenings going on in Charlotte in January. We’ve put together a list of our favorites that we think you’ll really enjoy, too.

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Cheers to a new year!

Charlotte Events: January 2017 

Through January 8, 2017: All That Sparkles

Visit the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art to see the intricate craftsmanship and delicate details of All That Sparkles — an exhibition dedicated to showcasing carefully selected pieces of jewelry created by artists of the 20th century. From brooches to gold cuffs, you’ll see all sorts of wearable art. For more information visit bechtler.org.

January 7, 2017: Chef-Driven Dining in Uptown Food Tour

Dive into the best of Uptown Charlotte’s food scene on this three-hour Feast Food Tour. Along the way you’ll meet the chefs of some of the best restaurants in the QC and enjoy some delicious food and even a wine pairing or two. Tickets are $80 per person. For more information and participating restaurants visit feastfoodtours.com.

January 7, 2017: Rumble in the Concrete Jungle

Every year the U.S. National Whitewater Center drains its rivers for Rumble in the Concrete Jungle — a one-of-a-kind cycling competition that’s full of thrills. See bikes of all kinds take over the river’s banks and execute incredible stunts and big jumps. The event is free for spectators. For more information visit usnwc.org.

January 10-15, 2017: An American in Paris at the Belk Theater

The Tony Award-Winning musical An American in Paris takes over the Belk Theater for five days, bringing the magical love story of an American soldier and a French girl to the stage. Audiences will enjoy the famous songs and dance moves that have made the play a hit across the world. Tickets start at $25. For more information visit blumenthalarts.org.

January 14, 2017: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Parade

Enjoy the marching bands, fire trucks and all the excitement of Charlotte’s Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Parade. Festivities kick off at 10 a.m. on Tryon Street in Uptown Charlotte. For more information, click here.

January 19, 2017: Sushi Making Class at the Carolina Fish Market

Learn a new skill this year at the Carolina Fish Market’s sushi making class. For two hours you’ll learn the art of making a sushi roll and even take home your own sushi making kit. You can even bring your own adult beverages to enjoy during dinner! The class is $25 per person. For more information visit carolinafishmarket.com.

January 19-21, 2017: Anjelah Johnson at The Comedy Zone

Comedian Anjelah Johnson brings her hilarious stand-up routine to the Comedy Zone for three days. You may know her best as Bon Qui Qui from Mad TV or from her popular nail salon videos that have taken over the internet. Tickets start at $30. For more information visit cltcomedyzone.com.

January 20, 2017: Bechtler by Night — Bring in the New Year

Explore all four floors of the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art after hours. From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., guests can enjoy art, light bites, cocktails and this month’s featured drink is a White Russian. Bechtler By Night is held on the third Thursday of every month and is free. Find out more information at bechtler.org.

January 20, 2017: Science on the Rocks

Break out your best Harry Potter garb for Discovery Place’s Science on the Rocks: Wizarding World — an adults only night at the museum dedicated to the world’s favorite wizards. Activities include Quidditch beer pong, a make-your-own wand station and plenty of bubbly potions. The first 500 guests will even get to try on the Sorting Hat to see which Hogwarts house they belong in. Tickets are $10. For more information visit discoveryplace.org.

January 20-29, 2017: Queen’s Feast

It’s that time of year again — restaurant week (!) — and you can take advantage of big savings at more than 130 local restaurants. Enjoy three a course meal from some of Charlotte’s most popular restaurants for only $30 to $35. Menus are typically pre-fixed. For more information visit charlotterestaurantweek.com.

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