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Ada Jenkins golf fundraiser deadline is April 21

April 16. Ada Jenkins Center’s spring fundraiser, Golfing for Good, is April 29 at Mooresville Golf Club. The day features breakfast, lunch and beverages and18 holes of golf, as well as contests, raffle prizes and giveaways. Prices Golf Foursome: Greens fees (4), 2 golf carts, lunch/beverages $600 Single ticket: Greens fees (1), 1 team golf […]

WFAE’s EQUALibrium Awards honor race and equity work

April 10. Nominations for WFAE’s EQUALibrium Awards, which recognize outstanding contributions in advancing issues of race and equity within the community, close this Friday. Emerging leaders (less than five years), established leaders and institutions will be honored at a gala May 8 in the following categories: Arts & Culture Business/Organization Education Government Health Care Social […]

Davidson adopts Climate Action Plan

April 10. Davidson’s Board of Commissioners has adopted the town’s first Climate Action Plan, moving the community toward carbon neutrality.  The town partnered with Blue Strike Environmental to create the plan which is intended to serve as a guide to drive emissions reductions and sustainability efforts. Going a step farther, the CAP sets a community-wide carbon […]

The Davidson College Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble at Concert on the Green. Photo courtesy of Davidson College

Davidson 2024 concert schedule

April 9. Davidson 2024 summer concert schedule is out with more than two dozen open-air performances at Concerts on the Green and Concerts @ the Circles this season. Concerts on the Green Schedule Sunday, April 28 Davidson College Symphony & Jazz Ensemble Saturday, May 11 The Chain – Fleetwood Mac Tribute Saturday, May 25 Groove […]

Jerel Law

Cornelius pastor’s new novel for teens due out in May

April 4. Jerel Law, lead pastor of Love Lake Norman, has a new youth novel coming out in May called “Evan Miller Is Waking Down: A Dreambending Novel.” The book will be available online at Amazon, Walmart, Target and Barnes and Noble, among others. The dystopian, near-future novel takes place in City 47, where uniformity […]

Davidson Veterans Monument rendering

Noted sculptor visiting Davidson for Veterans Monument

April 3. Douwe Blumberg, who has been commissioned to produce the Davidson Veterans Monument, is in town to conduct public meetings with members of the Davidson Public Art Commission and the Davidson Veterans Committee. The Lexington, Ky., sculptor will also visit the .2 acre sculpture site in front of the Post Office, known as the […]

New Town Board commissioner appointed in Davidson

March 27. Ted Stauffer is the newest Davidson Town Commissioner, having been appointed to the two-year term vacated by the resignation of former Town of Davidson Commissioner, Matt Dellinger in January. Stauffer will fill the remainder of the current 2023-2025 two-year term. Stauffer was nominated and approved by a unanimous roll call vote and sworn […]

April is for Arts in Davidson

March 26. April is for Arts in Davidson. The weekend of April 26-28 will focus on the arts with a variety of events starting with the gallery crawl. The Gallery Crawl will be held on Friday, April 26 from 6 pm to 9 pm within businesses and on sidewalks transformed into lively art galleries located […]

Unity in Community large group meeting is April 20

March 22. Unity in Community North Mecklenburg will hold its quarterly large group meeting from 10 am to noon April 20 at the Davidson united Methodist Church Chapel at 302 S. Main. The theme is Rally for Action: Be inspired! Feel empowered! Take action! Quotable “If you question whether or not your vote matters. If […]

Davidson announces Concerts on the Green schedule

April 8. Davidson’s traditional concert series, Concerts on the Green, hosts concerts on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month from 6 pm -8 pm on the Town Green in downtown. Concerts on April 28 and June 16 are on Sundays, and July 4 is on a Thursday this year. 2024 Concerts on the […]