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Law school settles into its new campus

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Charlotte School of Law moved Aug. 11 to its permanent home, a $20million building at Wilkinson Boulevard and Suttle Avenue in Bryant Park.

The school had conducted classes in leased space in Dilworth before moving to Bryant Park.

The school expected enrollment of about 316 students when day and evening programs started Aug. 18.

Karen Sullivan

First Night talent search

First Night Charlotte, the New Year's Eve festival, is looking for artists – including actors, jugglers, mimes, painters, sculptors and poets - to participate. Details: firstnightcharlotte.com.

Race for the Cure sign-ups

Online registration has started for the annual Charlotte Race for the Cure, a 5K run and walk Oct. 4 to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Details: komencharlotte.org.

Coming up

THIRD WARD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26; Gateway Plaza Condominiums. Details: third-ward.org.

FIRST WARD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: 7 p.m. Sept. 2; Carol Hoefner Center, 610 E. Seventh St. Details: firstwardneighbors.org.

NODA NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 2; Evening Muse, 36th and North Davidson streets.

DILWORTH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION: 7 p.m. Sept. 3; Tom Sykes Recreation Center, 1501 Euclid Ave.

DILWORTH HOME TOUR: Sept. 12-13. Details: dilworthonline.org.

FESTIVAL IN THE PARK: Sept 18-21; Freedom Park. Details: festivalinthepark.org.

Compiled by Amy Rainey, arainey@eyecharlotte.com

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