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2004 Charlotte Coin

The 2004 Charlotte Coin features the McColl Center for Visual Art.

 

Built in 1926, McColl Center for Visual Art was a functioning ARP Presbyterian Church for many years.  Heavily damaged by fire in 1985, it was re-built as an Artist-in-Residence Program in 1999. Currently McColl Center for Visual Art hosts artists from all over the world with its residency program, as well as supports local and regional artists through its affiliate artist program. 
2004 Coin

McColl Center is advancing creativity through artist residencies, exhibitions and other educational programs about contemporary art.  The city is enriched by the presence of visionary artists, and is gaining a national reputation as an engine for artistic advancement.

Park It! introduced the first Charlotte Coin in January 1999 as the validation tool for the Park! Center City program. The Charlotte Coin makes it more convenient and less expensive to visit Charlotte's Center City. When patrons visit Center City businesses participating in the Park! Center City program, they receive a $1 Charlotte Coin that is accepted in parking meters and at participating parking lots and garages.

Citizens can use Park It! tokens on CATS buses and the LYNX Blue Line. Riders will be credited $1.00 after inserting the token into a bus fare box or train station ticket vending machine. Citizens will then be required to pay the difference to complete the fare and gain access to the service. For a list of CATS and LYNX fares, please visit www.ridetransit.org.

A commemorative edition of the 2004 Charlotte Coin is available in silver at a cost of $25. The commemorative coin weighs one troy ounce with a purity of 0.999 fine silver. Each coin bears its mint number on the edge and is encapsulated and boxed. Bi-metal tokens are also available at a cost of $1.

To purchase a special collector's edition of the 2004 Charlotte Coin in a commemorative gift casing, visit the Park It! office at 1440 S. Tryon Street or charge by phone by calling Park It! at 704-375-3177.